In a Hydrocarbon Engineering article, Emerson’s Andrew Smith looks at the sensors used to measure effluents in refinery wastewater. For those people responsible for compliance with EPA and other environmental regulations, it can seem like there are many hoops to jump...
At the Emerson Exchange Virtual Series, Emerson’s Amit Patel presented on bringing automation and valve selection to beverage fermentation applications.
The last few decades have seen major shake-ups in the oil and gas industry, and many are noticing the pattern repeating itself today. We’re weathering the downturn related to COVID-19, while at the same time looking at a world economy prioritizing reduced carbon use....
Emerson’s Bob Sabin works with manufacturers and producers to improve how combustion units operate. Energy costs are typically a large part of the overall operational costs for these production processes. Bob shared that many times with combustion improvement projects, people get focused on efficiency only. Often, more importantly is the reliability & availability, responsiveness, ease of operation, and ease of troubleshooting & maintenance of these units.
In previous blogs we’ve taken a closer look at how our Roxar 2600 Multiphase Flow Meter (MPFM) performs compared to test separators in unconventional oil fields. Technology has advanced beyond the need for expensive and bulky legacy systems, and MPFM usage has been on...
At the Emerson Exchange America Virtual Series, Emerson’s Ed Schodowski, David Macedonia, Christiane Lederer and Brian Ledeboer we on a panel to discuss innovations in process safety around loss of containment for refiners, chemical and petrochemical producers.
At the Emerson Exchange Americas Virtual Series, Emerson’s Derek Csaszar describes the ability to collaborate on the design of their system more effectively, using virtual reality equipment to identify and eliminate surprises that are often not found until the system has been fully fabricated.
Engineers who design safety systems are always mindful of a few basic truths: Anything can fail, so there should always be a backup. And sometimes, backups need backups. Looking at how this concept applies to pneumatically operated emergency shutdown (ESD) valves, and other similar on/off valves, is the main topic of Emerson’s Jeff Welch’s article in the November 2020 issue of Chemical Engineering.
As part of the Emerson Exchange Americas virtual series of presentations and demonstrations, Emerson’s Stephen Park and Dapo Badmus shared ways to improve the data on which performance improvements are made.
The Covid-19 crisis has heightened the urgent demand for ventilators to extraordinary levels, putting intense pressure on the production capabilities of medical equipment manufacturers.
In a Control Engineering article, Emerson’s Andrew Cureton looks at several wireless protocols vying for greater adoption with industrial users. There is immense hype around 5G these days. It will change our lives, we hear - but will it be an improved solution for...
When driving continuous safety improvements, a well-informed facility manager needs to focus on tank integrity and the day-to-day challenges of tank farm personnel. In this storage terminal safety podcast, we are joined by Emerson’s Dave Macedonia to discuss today’s most cost effective and innovative technologies to help prevent tank over pressure or under pressure events that jeopardize tank integrity and personnel safety.
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