Process Engineering White Papers

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  • eHandbook: Improve Your Maintenance Practices

    More than 25% of maintenance done today is unnecessary and can introduce additional failure risks. Developing and implementing predictive maintenance strategies and practices can lead to improved safety and reduced operating costs. In this Chemical Processing eHandbook, we take a look at strategies and solutions for overcoming predictive maintenance challenges including:

    • Asset management software - identifying the most relevant and accurate data on which to build maintenance and repair strategies
    • The importance of maintenance on smaller component - using gauges as early warning devices can improve uptime, safety and profits
    • Uncovering important insights from your data and the use of statistics such as regression analysis for emulating pump curves or control valves

     
    Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Predictive Maintenance eHandbook now.

    09/26/2014
  • eHandbook: How To Fight Flow Challenges

    In addition to flow pressure, volume and material state, achieving and maintaining desired flow performance depends upon properly addressing some complicated design and operational issues. In this Chemical Processing Flow eHandbook, we identify strategies and solutions for aerodynamic, technical, mechanical and economic constraints including:
     
    Hydrogen systems – Inspections and tests for ensuring safety and flow
    Axial compressors – achieving and maintaining desired performance
    Fight flow recirculation – why the phenomenon occurs in centrifugal pumps and how to correct it
     
    Learn more about these best flow practices. Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Flow eHandbook now.

    07/16/2014
  • eHandbook: Handle Powders With Care

    Are you looking for more information about handling powders?

    Do you want to prevent problems before they start and consider alternative methods?

    This Chemical Processing eHandbook takes a look at how chemicals manufacturers are meeting the challenges of handling powders. Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:

    • Prevent Problems with Fine Particles: Sampling is crucial and demands particular care.
    • Don’t Err About Fluidization: Consider its under-appreciated advantages and broader utility.
    • Get the Most Out of Your Sterilization Process: Take a close look at two commonly used methods and their associated vacuum technology.
    • More!

    Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Powder eHandbook now.

    05/18/2016
  • eHandbook: Enhance Water/Wastewater Efficiency

    This Chemical Processing eHandbook examines some of today’s efficiency challenges for chemical manufacturers and some of the best practices that can be implemented to help along the way.

    Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:

    • More Efficient Wastewater Treatment Looms: New technologies could lead to greener, less-expensive manufacturing processes.
    • Keep Calm and Save Water: Processors adopt diverse approaches to cut consumption.
    • More!

    Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Water/Wastewater eHandbook now.



    09/14/2016
  • eHandbook: Effectively Manage Energy

    Higher energy efficiency ranks as a top priority in many chemical makers’ efforts to enhance sustainability and competitiveness. Are you challenged by energy efficiencies? Are you perplexed by planning the scope of your audit and investigation? Do you want to better understand how to develop an implementation plan to act on your findings?

    This Chemical Processing eHandbook takes a look at how chemicals manufacturers are meeting the energy efficiency challenge head on. Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:

    • Plants Strike Down Energy Efficiencies: Large chemical manufacturers achieve improvements on many fronts
    • Break Energy Audits into Phases, Part I: A four-phase approach that cyclically repeats can yield improved energy savings
    • Break Energy Audits into Phases, Part II: After approval of projects, implementation can begin
    • More!

    Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Energy eHandbook now.

    11/18/2015
  • eHandbook: Address Wastewater Challenges

    Are you challenged by wastewater issues? Looking to improve your water quality and cut costs? Wondering about biological water treatment? Thinking about on-site testing to verify equipment performance?

    This Chemical Processing eHandbook takes a look at how chemicals manufacturers are meeting some of the challenges of today’s wastewater issues. Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:

    • Refinery Tackles Water Issues: Skid-mounted treatment unit improves water quality and cuts costs.
    • Really Get Bugged: Biological treatment can handle many industrial wastewater streams.
    • On-Site Tests Verify Equipment Performance: Two-stage water treatment pilot study established an effective chemical coagulation protocol.
    • More!

    Download your eHandbook now.

    06/15/2016
  • Eastman Deploys ProjectWise to Drive Collaboration, Greater Efficiency, and Cost Savings

    Eastman Chemicals, one of the world’s largest chemical companies, recently decided to strengthen their information security and reliability, as well as develop a path forward to lower software maintenance costs. This Case Study shows how Eastman achieved their goals by globally standardizing on Bentley's ProjectWise software in order to replace an aging, but critical, in-house records management system. The ProjectWise solution has enabled Eastman to significantly reduce their IT costs, and is helping them achieve greater security of their vital plant information while providing a modern data-centric environment to move beyond engineering records into asset performance improvement.

    Download the white paper now.

    Bentley
    04/14/2015
  • Dust Explosion Protection using Flameless Venting

    This 18-page white paper explores a new option – flameless venting – which has recently been developed for dust explosions and is being actively marketed as an alternative to vent ducting.

    Fike Corporation
    11/03/2008
  • Drying Compressed Air in Hazardous Atmospheres

    Hazardous locations have or could potentially have high concentrations of flammable gases, vapors, combustible dusts, etc. A small spark can lead to a horrific explosion dangerous to equipment and workers in the area. Equipment located in hazardous areas must be specifically designed to prevent ignition and explosion.

    Parker Hannifin
    02/24/2012
  • Dry Media Dust Collector or Wet Scrubber?

    Wet scrubbers and dry media dust collectors are two very different technologies used to capture dusts generated during production processes. Both types have inherent advantages and disadvantages. Which is best for your application? The choice is not always clear-cut, but this white paper will help with the decision process by providing a comparison between wet and dry dust collectors. It will outline general parameters for equipment selection with respect to dust properties including combustibility, explosibility, particle size, moisture and adhesiveness. It will also discuss how to apply NFPA 484: Standard for Combustible Metals, the standard that best addresses wet collection. Though NFPA 484 is specific to metals, some of its content can and should apply to nonmetal combustible dusts.

    Download the white paper now.

    Camfil
    04/28/2016
  • Designing Sustainable Products

    All of the benefits of Product Lifecycle Management can be erased by significant non-compliance events that impact a company through fines, penalties, negative publicity, or prohibition to sell a new product in key markets. Without a sustainability strategy, the PLM value proposition is at risk.

    IHS
    04/07/2011
  • Design Tips for Sensing Probes

    This application note from Delta Controls outlines selection and installation criteria for using admittance probes to monitor the level of powders, liquids and other materials. Dielectric constants of more than 200 materials are included.

    Delta Controls
    01/05/2006
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