Best Practice for Relief Valve Sizing
The approach described here is easier to use, and provides more-accurate results, compared to leading valve-sizing methodologies.
Filtration and Separation In Sulfur Recovery
Controlling contaminants is key to reliable, economical processing across all segments of industry
Disposable equipment systems satisfy strategic drivers for the biotech industry
Nano-engineering infuses growing coatings market
Controlling the structure of coatings at the nanoscale level is increasingly common in a coatings market projected for growth
Safety-Instrumented Systems: Focus on Measurement Diagnostics
WirelessHART and other new approaches help operators to achieve the needed safety at the lowest lifecycle cost
A method to produce an iron-titanium alloy for H2-storage
A new and inexpensive way to produce TiFe — an alloy with potential as a material for reversibly storing hydrogen — has been developed by the research groups of professors Zenji Horita and Etsuo Akiba at Kyushu University
MOFs that reversibly capture CO2
An Australian team has developed a structure made of a metal organic framework (MOF) that captures and then releases CO2 using natural sunlight.
Quantum clusters serve as ultra-sensitive detectors
Detection of extremely small quantities of dangerous or hazardous substances is important in many areas, including national security, safety of public utilities and radiation prevention. Several analytical methods have been developed using …
Simplified CO2-to-methanol process uses copper-oxide nanowires
A process developed by researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington uses copper-based semiconductor nanoscale-rod arrays and solar radiation to carry out a photoelectroreduction of carbon dioxide to methanol. The process offers a pathway…
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