Temperatures, altitude and humidity can cause problems that may surprise unprepared users.
In the remote Libyan desert, an oil and gas producer reduced diesel transport costs and accident risks by upgrading their power plant.
The imaging technique provides valuable data on concentration and material distribution for process industries.
Using supplemental specifications and upgrading during pump repair provides reliability.
Despite a downturn resulting from oil prices, the area will continue construction for international events and population increases.
The viscous drag principle behind the technology minimizes contact between the pump and abrasive or corrosive materials.
Three trailer-mounted concrete pumps combined to form a single pump station that set the world record for vertical concrete pumping.
Oil, gas and petrochemical plants must protect bearings from contamination, moisture and overheating to keep production rates steady.
As the demand for larger dredgers rises, engineers turn to computational fluid dynamics for accurate tests before delivering site prototypes.
Flow accelerators and hybrid mixers provide effective performance while consuming less energy to generate turbulence.
Traditional throughlet measurements are an inefficient, outdated benchmark for measuring clog resistance.
The photovoltaic and tracking systems reduce energy expenses over diesel pumps.
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