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Baffle Material In S & T Exchanger

08/21/2014
posted in Chemical & Material Science
by Anonymous Poster
shell and tube heat exchanger if shell side wet H2S(Hydrogen induce cracking) is required then is it necessary to consider HIC plate for baffles.
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by PWSlack
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Regarding Deaerator Pressure

08/21/2014
posted in Mechanical Engineering
by Anonymous Poster
In our combined cycle power station,Deaerator pressure is more than 2.2 KSC, and temperature is 128 deg C (Normally before 120 degC only). All the pe...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by bigg
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Palm Oil is a Kind Of Edible Oil Can Eat

08/21/2014
posted in Commercial Space
by queenazhang
To some people, palm oil strange to them such as China. But in some countries especially in Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Thailand, and Colombia, pa...
Pathfinder Tags: palm oil extraction
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by r&ddoc
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Central Electrode of Spark Plug

08/21/2014
posted in General Discussion
by lure9090
A Simple question.. what kind of rare Metal does it contain these days!..Specifically those plugs that are NGK, BOSCH, Denso made.. does it still co...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by jesw55
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10 MW Steam Turbine Generator - Conversion from 60 to 50 Hz

08/21/2014
posted in Electrical Engineering
by Anonymous Poster
Hello guys, We are traders of Industrial equipment in India. One of my client is interested in buying a turbine & generator set. The 10 MW Steam...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by TonyS
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Wire Rope Sag And Tension Calculation.

08/21/2014
posted in General Discussion
by p9j9c9g
Hi! I would like to know how to calculate the sag and tension on wire ropes. I just need it to calculate a Dyneema rope sag that will be used as a cab...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by PWSlack
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Rejected Water Might Causing a Problem

08/20/2014
posted in Sustainable Engineering
by BinGhanem
Hello everyone, I have started my small water company and everything is working real fine, we are using RO to purify water. I use well water and I u...
Pathfinder Tags: plant R.O reject Water WELL
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Rodeo Running Funny

08/20/2014
posted in Transportation
by az mech
I have a 1/99 Isuzu rodeo 3.2 V6 5 Speed trans. List of changed components are as follows : O2 sensors ( all 4 ) catalytic converters (2) ECU, EGR, Ma...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by lyn
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Hooking Up a Split Phase Squirrel Cage Motor.

08/20/2014
posted in Electrical Engineering
by Jack Puddin
I had come across this squirrel cage a bit ago and was looking to hook it up to g3et some air movement through our garage. I am simply unsure as to ho...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by ignator
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How to recognize which valve must be use in which line in piping systems?

08/20/2014
posted in Mechanical Engineering
by hossein khosravi fard
Hi guys, I want to know How can we recognize which valve must be use in which line in piping systems? for example in cooling water systems,how can we...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by PennPiper
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Separation Between Electrical and Instrumentation Ducts

08/20/2014
posted in Electrical Engineering
by 90.ivan
The common sense and engineering practices command to put on different underground raceways electrical and instrumentation cables. Same way is wrote...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by lyn
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How Did You Do That All By Yourself?

08/20/2014
posted in General Discussion
by Tom_Consulting
The old tools discussion brought to mind something I do all the time. With no young help available and not wanting to ask the wife or admit I need hel...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by HiTekRedNek
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Your Help is Mandatory

08/20/2014
posted in General Discussion
by Ahmadnaggar
Dears. a great company contact me to a vacancy i already finish 4 interview and God support me and i have been pass them all, the final interview wil...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by Brave Sir Robin
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Hygiene, A Way Of Life!!

08/14/2014
posted in General Discussion
by Andy Germany
It struck me the other day, that I haven't seen anything lately on CR4 about hygiene and tips on how to avoid picking up "Bugs" without being TOO obvi...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by Tornado
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Older Tools: Do You Use Them?

08/19/2014
posted in General Discussion
by old salt
Although time wise, The Cro-Magnon period was many years before us, how many of us practice the use of early tools in the workshop, garage or even at...
Pathfinder Tags: enjoy using old tools hand tools modern tools old tools
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by HiTekRedNek
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Water Intrusion Into Elevator Pit, (On The Beach)

08/14/2014
posted in General Discussion
by Scatamooch
Hello, I'm not an engineer, just a maintenance guy working for a country club down here in southwest Florida. At our beach facility, located right on...
Pathfinder Tags: concrete sealer Elevator Pit sump pump Water Intrusion
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Last comment 08/16/2014 by kramarat
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Open Office

08/18/2014
posted in Software & Programming
by Yuri B.
I found it dreadful to use Open Office. My suspicion is Microsoft invented the Open Office to punish those who does not want or could not buy Microsof...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by lyn
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Express Leak Detection

08/15/2014
posted in General Discussion
by Unredundant
I am looking for a method to test a hermetically (O-ring) sealed product to detect the lack of, or damage to, an O-ring after assembly, that would req...
Pathfinder Tags: Assembly Leakage Test
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by Unredundant
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Elevator for Home

08/15/2014
posted in General Discussion
by anilsaxena
I and my wife (both above 60, having knee problems) live in a apartment block on first floor (10 feet - 3 meter above), above ground level. Just below...
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Last comment 08/18/2014 by Just an Engineer
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Key Concepts for the Future of Food

08/21/2014 posted in Food & Beverage Technology
by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
How can a food manufacturer balance consumer demands, safety regulations, and processing productivity? It's simple: modernize equipment, automate smar...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by phoenix911
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Engineering Degree? Your 'Get Out of Jury Duty Free' Card

08/20/2014 posted in The Engineer's Notebook
by HUSH
Jury duty is often described as a consequence of citizenship. "It's a civic duty!" and "Give back to your community!" are two of the more guilt-lace...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by Nigh
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Jacksonville, Florida’s Ford Plant: A Wistful Monument of the Great Depression

08/20/2014 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
Long gone are the nearly three-quarters of a mile of conveyor belts. A couple inches of water have pooled up in parts of the facility, the roof...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by suresh sharma
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U.S. EPA Moves to Phase-out Familiar HFC'S

08/20/2014 posted in GEA's Global HVAC Technology Blog
by larhere
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has now formally proposed to limit certain potent greenhouse gases from use in air conditioners, refrigerato...
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Last comment 08/21/2014 by kramarat
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Reinventing the Wheel

08/20/2014 posted in Automotive Technology
by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Two materials companies have teamed up with a German automaker to reinvent the wheel. Instead of metal, the new configuration will be a composite...
Views: 98, Comments: 4
Last comment 08/21/2014 by Nigh
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Grinding Advice You Probably Didn’t Know

08/19/2014 posted in Speaking of Precision
by Milo
Our post on No Gloves When Working on Grinders has prompted a number of responses. Here are some additional reasons why you should not even need glov...
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Views: 237, Comments: 8
Last comment 08/20/2014 by ozzb
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Sealing Solutions and Material Compatibility

08/19/2014 posted in Elasto Proxy's Sealing Solutions Blog
by Doug Sharpe
How safe are the sidewalks in your city? If you're concerned about cracked cement at your feet, you may want to look skyward instead. No, don't lo...
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On the Generational Shift in Car Collecting

08/19/2014 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
What cars will younger enthusiasts want to collect? What cars won't they collect? What cars are they collecting right now? We can almost guaran...
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How to Automate Surface Finishing and Deburring

08/19/2014 posted in BRM's Flexible Honing, Surface Finishing, and Deburring Blog
by Brush Research
Brush Research Manufacturing (BRM) supplies a complete line of surface finishing solutions for inner diameter (ID) and outer diameter (OD) applicatio...
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Look into the Future

08/19/2014 posted in Data Acquisition
by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
You can see the future of data acquisition by examining its past and present relationship with computers. The two technologies have worked hand in...
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Non-Profit Vocational Program Aims to Teach Youth How to Resurrect Classic Cars

08/18/2014 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
High school auto shop classes have dwindled in numbers nationwide, thanks to funding cuts. Vocational colleges that teach young adults to work on...
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Talking Cars are Coming to a Dealer Near You

08/18/2014 posted in Electronic Components
by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Technologies enabling self-driving cars got some high-level publicity recently when U.S. President Barack Obama delivered a speech about the natio...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by Anonymous Hero
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Water Treatment Trends

08/17/2014 posted in Industrial Processing Equipment Blog
by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Innovations in water treatment are driven by population growth, industrial water use, and the environment. So says George Barclay of Dow Water &am...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by SolarEagle
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Hot Off the Press

08/16/2014 posted in Machine Tools & Metal Working Blog
by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Assuming the automotive industry remains a major user of metal materials, its priorities will inevitably continue to determine those of many metal...
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H2FIRST Can Enhance Much Needed Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure

08/15/2014 posted in MotorBeat
by Jordan Perch
The fact that the lack of fueling infrastructure is one of the biggest hurdles for hydrogen-powered vehicles is very well known to both the auto indu...
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Last comment 08/17/2014 by C-Mac
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Gloves and Grinders – UNSAFE OSHA

08/15/2014 posted in Speaking of Precision
by Milo
If there is a worse combination than grinders and gloves, I don't know what it is, except perhaps for gloves and a drill. We posted a really cool vid...
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Last comment 08/20/2014 by JRiversW
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