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Nov 08 2010 01:40 PM | Chris Haslego in Process and Reactions
Polystyrene is a widely used polymer. After production of the monomer, from one of a few processes, the monomer proceeds to further processing to form polystyrene. Styrene Monomer ProductionThe energy needed for the reaction is supplied by superheated...
Jul 14 2012 06:50 PM | Chris Haslego in Process and Reactions
Statistical Process Control (SPC) provides a way to monitor chemical and other processes. We'll focus on continuous chemical processes and how the process and quality control departments utilize SPC. Process control engineers use SPC to monitor a process's stability, consistency and overall performance. Quality control engineers use SPC to see if the process is functioning within quality standards. In industry, these two departments work together to monitor a chemical process.
Nov 08 2010 01:20 PM | Chris Haslego in Process and Reactions
New standards for hydrochloric acid emissions are expected to be proposed by the EPA soon, and these will affect the design of scrubbers for pickle line fume exhaust systems. This paper discusses hydrochloric acid fume scrubbing, with particular refere...
Nov 08 2010 01:20 PM | Guest in Process and Reactions
Steam reforming of hydrocarbons for ammonia production was introduced in 1930. Since then, the technology has experienced revolutionary changes in its energy consumption patterns. Ranging from an early level of 20 Gcal/tonne (79.4 MBtu/tonne) to about...
Nov 08 2010 01:30 PM | Guest in Process and Reactions
The authors share their experience in debottlenecking a methanol plant at GNFC Ltd. The project involved the commissioning of a state of the art Isothermal reactor from Linde. GNFC is located at Bharuch, Gujarat India and is engaged in manufacturing...