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  • Strike the Right Balance

    Make the walk-through your first line of defense, advises Dirk Willard in this month's Field Notes column.

    Dirk Willard, senior editor
    04/30/2007
  • Stripper Bares All

    Analysis reveals how operating practices compounded design mistakes

    Andrew Sloley, Contributing Editor
    11/21/2008
  • Study Shows Lack of Compressed-Air-System Training

    Compressed training: U.S. Department of Energy study reveals shortfall in understanding air-compressor efficiency benefits.

    Ron Marshall, Compressed Air Challenge, for Plant Services magazine
    02/02/2011
  • Succeed at bioprocess scale-up

    While fermentation-based syntheses were once reserved for producing high-value specialty chemicals and biopharmaceuticals, bioprocess routes now are gaining increasing attention for commodity products.

    John L. Shaw, P.E., and Scott A. Rogers, P.E., CH2MHill Lockwood Greene
    08/28/2006
  • Succeed at pH Troubleshooting

    Heed some pointers to properly diagnose the cause of a problem

    Cherlyn Marlow, Yokogawa Corp. of America
    11/05/2015
  • Succeed at Plant Debottlenecking

    Critical evaluation can enable you to turn up capacity and improve performance. This article presents some ideas to help you evaluate your process to see whether it offers exceptional revamp opportunities.

    Joseph C. Gentry, P.E.
    03/10/2004
  • Succeed at Simulation

    The “Seven rules for successful simulation” need to be revisited and revised because of advancements in computers. Simulations that once took weeks to compute an answer now take mere hours.

    Cliff Knight, KnightHawk Engineering
    09/06/2007
  • Succeed at system migration

    Learn to avoid the common pitfalls that each migration option poses. Here are 10 basic migration techniques.

    Ken Keiser, Siemens Energy and Automation
    02/13/2006
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