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  • Get a handle on random errors

    This second article from Dr. Gooddata explains how to estimate the magnitude and effects of random errors in data.

    Ronald H. Dieck, Ron Dieck Associates
  • Onward from 2nd US Annual CAPE-OPEN meeting

    The 2005 meeting gathered 50 participants for two days of presentations and discussions. The agenda covered basic information about CAPE-OPEN and CO-LaN, reports on recent implementation and interoperability successes.

    Dr. Michel Pons
  • What is the CAPE-OPEN Laboratories Network (CO-LaN)?

    The primary purpose of CO-LaN is to promote the use and the development of the CAPE-OPEN standards in Computer-Aided Process Engineering (CAPE) software, and more generally to encourage all actions aimed at facilitating the use of CAPE software tools in industry, government agencies and academia.

    Dr. Michel Pons
  • Become a PSAT Qualified Pump Specialist

    The Hydraulic Institute and the U.S. Department of Energy have partnered to offer a two-day PSAT Qualification Workshop to be held September 7-8 in Dallas, Texas.

  • HART has staying power

    Despite the appearance of digital fieldbus technology in plants, well-proven HART technology still has a viable long-term role, notes Ed Ladd of the HART Communication Foundation. He adds that industry consultants predict that HART easily will be supported and remain a significant communications technology for the next 20+ years.

    Ed T. Ladd, Jr., HART Communication Foundation, Austin, Texas
  • Efficient batch control

    Efficient batch control can be both an art and science, so act accordingly for best results, and always remember "it's survival of the fittest" out there.

  • How to reduce caking problems

    This web-exclusive article from Diamondback Technology identifies the most common caking mechanisms and how to solve the problem through reduction.

  • Nanotechnology readies for a wastewater role

    The federal government strongly backs development of nanotechnology, seeking to ensure that the United States leads the way in developing and commercializing appropriate applications.

  • Software Drives OEM Toward Efficiency and Energy Savings

    ABB designed software for its ACS800 drive so Curtis-Toledo could improve the operation of its rotary-screw compressors. The customized software can control the system pressure, air delivery, oil temperature and duty cycle directly from the drive.

    John Wilmes, ABB Inc.
  • Distill your quote request

    Sound purchasing decisions depend upon properly soliticiting and evaluating proposals from various vendors. This article will help you assemble a request for a proposal that should lead to responses that meet your needs and that you can compare.

    John G. Kunesh, consultant, and Raymond M. Sowiak, Sunoco
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