January 2011 Issue
Installing accurate inline oxygen analyzers and precision draft controls can optimize emissions reductions and fuel savings
Level control with dP transmitters appears simple but really isn't.
Some new senators may take a hard line against EPA program expansion.
Tests on stripper and absorber show results rival those with wired devices.
A variety of changes will enhance your visits.
TNT gets a safer replacement and elastomeric material provides blast protection.
Positive outlook should last through 2012 with emerging nations posting strongest gains.
Pharmaceutical plants gain design, troubleshooting and other insights from models.
Industry is placing greater emphasis on addressing combustion hazards.
Adsorbent fabric works with oxidants to decompose pollutants.
A simple four-step program can lead to significant savings.
Abundant supplies of domestic natural gas may open up more feedstock opportunities.
Assumption gaps can undermine a process hazard analysis.
Researchers have metabolically engineered seeds, thus enhancing the prospects of using seeds as a source of raw materials.
Each fieldbus approach has advantages and limitations.
Try process-control and equipment changes to eliminate hydrogen losses.