Jim Grant is a senior consultant for DuPont, Wilmington, Del. He has worked in the Engineering Department of the company for the past 30 years, the last 22 providing internal support for heat and mass transfer applications at plants worldwide. He is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Delaware as well as Rowan University, and teaches internal company courses on heat transfer and distillation. He represents DuPont at Heat Transfer Research Inc., an industry consortium performing full scale heat transfer research and software development, and is active on its technical committee.

116 Posts in 114 Topics by 3 members

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How a hot-oil system works 19 September 2006 by Jim Grant 1
Condensor cleaning chemicals 19 September 2006 by Jim Grant 1
Calculating kiln residence time 19 September 2006 by Jim Grant 1
Reducing glycol loss when using TEG 19 September 2006 by Jim Grant 1
Redesigning a reflux condensor 19 September 2006 by Jim Grant 1
The effects of elevated nitrite levels 19 September 2006 by Jim Grant 1
Ice formation on cryogenic piping 28 August 2006 by Jim Grant 1
2 August 2006 by Jim Grant 1
Determining fouling layer thickness 28 April 2006 by Jim Grant 1
Install a heat transfer fluid spill 28 April 2006 by Jim Grant 1