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Hardness Sorting Using Eddy Current

05/28/2015 by Rizvin
Dears, Please help me how eddy current can be used to sort the material based on hardness. Is there any relation ship between hardness and Magnetic...
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Last comment 05/28/2015 by Randall
 

Failure in Boilers Economizer Tubes in Nitric Acid Plants

05/24/2015 by vugupta
economozier design data are as mentioned below:- SHELL - design pressure 34 bar - Boiler feed water service - MOC SS304 TUBE - design pressure 8.27...
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Last comment 05/26/2015 by vugupta
 

Flame Reactions

05/22/2015 by mohamed khalaf
what is the ionic equations of flame production like hydrogen and oxygen.
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Last comment 05/26/2015 by James Stewart
 

API 5L

05/15/2015 by sophia1978
I received an inquiry for API 5L B PSL1, 18 inches, wall thickness 0.5 inches, standard length. What will be the steel grade or name ? What will be t...
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Last comment 05/18/2015 by IdeaSmith
 

Anyone Knows How To Make This Tree Profile?

05/13/2015 by youngken
A steel frame tree like this How to make the trunk? Concreting or cladding? Thanks
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Oil & Gas Technology

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Sustainability and the Downstream Sector

05/20/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The downstream market is quite rosy now, but expecting it to continue is risky. Although margins boosted by low cost crude are poised for growth i...
Views: 41, Comments: 0

Unconventionals Enter a New Phase

03/02/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Wood Mackenzie's prediction in the Unconventional Oil & Gas Report suggests that the unconventional revolution is entering a new phase. In the pas...
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Is Tapping the Monterey Shale Worth It?

11/12/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Already pumping a tenth of total U.S. oil production, California sits on top of another massive formation, the Monterey Shale. The Unconventional Oil...
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Last comment 11/16/2014 by tcmtech
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Chemical Manufacturing

93 blog entries, 342 comments (0 Viewing)

Pot Puts Chemists in High Demand

05/14/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Legalization of marijuana use, both for medical and recreational purposes, is creating high demand for chemists. According to one industry consultant...
Views: 164, Comments: 6
Last comment 05/18/2015 by James Stewart

Aerogel - How it Can Change Material Science

03/19/2015 by CR4 Guest Author
Aerogel is a synthetic and manmade porous ultralight material composed of a gel, with the liquid component of the gel having been replaced with that...
Views: 244, Comments: 8
Last comment 03/26/2015 by James Stewart

Mushroom Tech Could Be the Next 3D Printing

03/11/2015 by HUSH
Humans have a long history of building shelters out of whatever is available. Mud and straw. Bamboo. Sticks and leaves. These were acceptable shelte...
Pathfinder Tags: building construction mushroom mycelium
Views: 152, Comments: 3
Last comment 03/11/2015 by Unredundant
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Coatings & Surface Engineering

91 blog entries, 431 comments (0 Viewing)

Why Engineers Study Nature's Climbers

05/13/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Researchers studying other creatures to learn how they do the extraordinary things they do are finding that it's not as simple as it looks. They have...
Views: 112, Comments: 5
Last comment 05/14/2015 by Unredundant

Coating May Prevent Evaporation, Aid Drought Stricken Areas

04/22/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Drought-stricken regions in the southwest U. S. may have hope for conserving their precious water supplies, thanks to an evolving monolayer coatin...
Views: 109, Comments: 2
Last comment 04/25/2015 by 1capybara

Next Salvo in the Superhydrophobic Wars

02/18/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Researchers at the University of Rochester have made a surface so superhydrophobic, it not only repels water, it simply cannot get wet! Using a femtos...
Views: 88, Comments: 0
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Plastics Fabrication

80 blog entries, 316 comments (0 Viewing)

Scientific Scandal

05/01/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The international scientific community is responding to a serious breach of ethics in the publication of several papers from University of Texas r...
Views: 362, Comments: 25
Last comment 05/11/2015 by phoenix911

Updating Carbon Capture

02/25/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Scientists at Rice University are calling their newest discovery a breakthrough in carbon capture technology. They've developed a porous material that...
Views: 98, Comments: 1
Last comment 03/01/2015 by Kulas

Statewide Ban a Trend?

10/04/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The California legislature has approved a state-wide ban on single-use plastic bags from grocery stores and pharmacies beginning in 2015. If signe...
Views: 480, Comments: 12
Last comment 10/06/2014 by ozzb
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Metals & Alloys

79 blog entries, 388 comments (0 Viewing)

Mini Motor Made Only of Liquid Metal

03/18/2015 by HUSH
Last week there were some dubious media reports that scientists were a step closer to T-1000 technology. Being the avid Terminator fan that I am, I...
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Glass, Ceramics, Fibers & Fabrics

112 blog entries, 897 comments (0 Viewing)

Carbon Nanotube Cloth as a Protective Suit

02/12/2015 by CR4 Guest Author
The field of nanotechnology is vast and we are talking about a new feather in its cap: carbon nanotube cloth. As the name itself suggests, it is som...
Views: 205, Comments: 2
Last comment 02/13/2015 by Mike Proctor

Long Road Ahead for Carbon Fiber

12/26/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Despite the growing use of carbon fiber in the automotive and aerospace industries to make cars and planes weigh less and cut fuel consumption, i...
Views: 209, Comments: 1
Last comment 12/29/2014 by Unredundant
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Plastics & Resins Blog

125 blog entries, 436 comments (0 Viewing)

Juice and Germs in 3D

12/20/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
What do you get when you combine 3D printing, bacteria, and orange juice? A synthetic material that can be used in both medical and non-medical applic...
Views: 243, Comments: 2
Last comment 12/21/2014 by Noudge79

Graphene Forges on to the Fold

10/16/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
In what they're calling a method that will pave the way for the future of fully foldable displays, scientists from the University of Cambridge Graph...
Views: 264, Comments: 1
Last comment 10/16/2014 by SolarEagle

Television in a Tube

08/03/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Remember when your television was literally a tube? Now, that same TV could come rolled up in one. Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's...
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Last comment 10/08/2014 by James Stewart
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Modern Living Through Chemistry? Electronics? Agriculture?

08/10/2013 posted in Common Purposes
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Can man live by bread alone? This rhetorical question has its roots in the Bible where related phraseology is found three times and the intent is s...
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Industries Serving Global Needs

08/09/2013 posted in Common Purposes
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Risk and Its Part In Engineering Failure

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Ever played the board game RISK? Even if you haven't, you've most likely heard of it. The game is aptly named because, regardless of the strategy im...
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Flash Bainite Steel - Something New Under the Sun!

09/27/2011 posted in Speaking of Precision
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For those who thought they knew everything that could be known about heat treating steel. Minimizing time rather than maximizing temperature soak s...
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Material Selection: Where Imitation is Not the Highest Form of Flattery

09/07/2011 posted in GEA's Global HVAC Technology Blog
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Editor's Note: CR4 would like to thank PJ Sikorsky of GEA Consulting for contributing this blog entry. Imitation may be the highest form of flattery...
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Material Selection: The Times, They Are A-Changing

08/10/2011 posted in GEA's Global HVAC Technology Blog
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Editor's Note: CR4 would like to thank PJ Sikorsky for contributing this blog entry, which complements his last post about material selection. Contin...
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