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Odor Control in Shore Tanks

03/31/2015 by Anonymous Poster
We have the following issue in a camp where employees are living. Shore tanks are storing produced water at industrial area (oil field), also there i...
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Last comment 04/01/2015 by PWSlack
 

Irrigation Engineering

03/31/2015 by Zaeed Bin Arafat
1.Discuss the various structural & non-structural measures for flood management? 2.Describe the soil moisture depletion method to determine consu...
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Last comment 04/01/2015 by old salt
 

Irrigation Engineering - Drainage

03/31/2015 by Anonymous Poster
Answer me, about the drainage problems in coastal areas differ from that in inlands areas?
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Last comment 03/31/2015 by BlueAussieBoy
 

How Long We Can Store Cement at Cement Silo?

03/28/2015 by muthuk10
Dear sir how long we can store the cement in cement silo at batching plant or how periodically we have to consume the cement from cement silo for bat...
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High-Rise Fire in Dubai, Flammable Windows

03/27/2015 by 1capybara
Does anyone know what kind of flammable windows were used in this and similar buildings? See http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-31562099 I h...
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Virtual Audits Take Off

03/25/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Commercial buildings spend more than $100 billion on utility bills each year in the U.S. alone, and anywhere from 30% to 50% of that energy use is...
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HVAC Movie Stars

09/28/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Bruce Willis crawling through air ducts in Die Hard. Nerve gas getting released into the HVAC system in 24. Scores of movies where ducts are used fo...
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Where are the Techs?

08/28/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Business is booming in the HVAC industry as efficient new designs, wireless thermostat installations, upgrades to attain LEED certification, and o...
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Last comment 08/30/2014 by markar
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Building & Design Blog

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Beijing to Build World's Biggest Airport Terminal

03/24/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
It's no wonder Beijing's Capital Airport is maxed out. The home to China's rapidly expanding economic development is fast becoming Asia's busiest...
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Design's Latest Mantra: Light-weighting

03/21/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
As this Desktop Engineering report notes, 2015 could well be a very big year for shaving weight from mechanical design. The article explores major str...
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Last comment 03/23/2015 by Tom_Consulting

Diverging Diamond Interchange

03/19/2015 by cheme_wordsmithy
In my move up to Albany, New York a few years ago I experienced a number of "firsts," one of these being my first-ever drive through a roundabout. Rou...
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Last comment 03/25/2015 by Autobroker
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Construction Tools & Equipment

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Super Size Your Site Dumper

03/20/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The earth is moving more efficiently than ever with the introduction of a new line of site dumpers from one of the most trusted names in global const...
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Last comment 03/21/2015 by Wal

"Hungary" for More Heft

02/17/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Hungary is about to become home to one of the world's largest and most powerful all terrain cranes. Armed with a 56 m main boom and what's being calle...
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Earth Movers Make Way for James Bond Film Studio

09/20/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Pinewood Studios is a British film company best known for its James Bond action movies. Now the firm is breaking ground near Atlanta, GA for an an...
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Plant & Facilities Engineering

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Sensing the Future of Smart Buildings and Transportation

02/10/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
An article at embedded-computing.com makes the point that deploying sensor-enabled IoT nodes to monitor infrastructure elements such as bridges a...
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Transition from Manager Mode to Leadership Level

01/18/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Your job title may say manager, but are you also a leader? It's a loaded question, especially if you believe you are a leader but feedback from em...
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BYOD Enhances Performance But Requires Data Protection

11/17/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
It's more than a catchy acronym - bring your own device (BYOD) represents a growing movement in industrial facilities that allows employees to gat...
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Conquering Information Overload

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Corrosion Analysis: Understanding the Equipment

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Reshoring Gains Momentum

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Manufacturing Cost Competitiveness is Changing Worldwide

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