August 2016 Issue
Engineers continue to make a wide variety of dumb mistakes
These versatile and reliable drivers suit a variety of applications.
New report explores impact of corporate greenhouse-gas-reduction initiatives
Significant revisions to the law greatly expand the EPA’s authority
New technologies could lead to greener, less-expensive manufacturing processes
Evaluate system design, load profile and plant demand to determine your control strategy.
Consider two crucial design elements before selecting a valve
One-pot technique using engineered bacteria could potentially lower production cost.
Mass spectrometer can analyze components in the liquid as well as the gas phase simultaneously.
Capacity utilization and the CAB rose but shipments sagged. Source: American Chemistry Council.
Consider a different approach to achieve accurate additions
Company-wide initiative eliminates operator line-up errors
You only see the most timely and pertinent news
More and better information is opening up new opportunities
Ailing air system requires a variety of fixes
Wireless gauges offer a number of important advantages but also pose challenges.
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