A collection of case studies that highlights new products in action and how vendors help chemical manufacturing companies succeed.
A start-up is only as easy as the preceding steps: construction and commissioning, says Senior Editor Dirk Willard in his monthly column.Click Here
See what happens when a sight glass at 3,300 psi is struck with a projectile. This video shows an actual pressure-impact test on an L.J. Star Metaglas sight window. A sight glass is the weakest link in a chemical processing system, and when it fails under pressure it is extremely dangerous. Fortunately, there is a way to give glass amazing strength.Watch Now
Dr. Gooddata, therefore, recommends that we largely abandon the term bias. Instead, we will use the terms systematic error and systematic uncertainty. Systematic error is the actual error that exists between a measurement and the true value with zero random errors. Systematic uncertainty is taken to mean the estimate of the systematic errors limits that we could expect with some confidence.Click Here
HTRI plans to review and analyze specific exchanger services to develop design margins for use in sizing heat exchangersrather than relying on fouling factors.Click Here