February 2011 Issue
New emission rules put coal-fired installations at a considerable disadvantage.
Adoption and implementation of potentially "game changing" regulations are now unclear.
Don't assume sinusoidal flow for piston-type devices.
Web-exclusive content rounds out magazine offerings.
Not properly monitoring compressed air and steam systems is foolish and can be costly.
Firms are striving to achieve increasingly ambitious goals.
Other factors can contribute to persistent valve leaks.
Researchers have developed a process that promises simultaneous removal of pollutants.
This first article in a four-part series examines reset mode tuning issues.
Tailorable and high-yield biomass-based process produces olefins and aromatics.
Practical pointers trump educators' edicts for real-world process control.
Automated activities throughout a product's lifecycle can play a key role.
Three simple steps can help reduce stack temperature.
A key tradeoff complicates the choice between steam and hot oil systems.