Jeff Hopkins, on 10/25/18 8:55 AM
After over 50 years of teaching students how to design and operate process analyzer systems, Tony Waters details 5 key revelations that stand out. These are the “aha” moments students have gotten over and over again. Perhaps the top epiphany is, “Time delay is often much longer than I expected.”
Jeff Hopkins, on 9/10/18 9:00 AM
Scientists in China and Canada have discovered a low-cost method of improving the recovery of oil that better controls the hydrodynamic instability referred to as “viscous fingering.”
If unreliable analyzers are plaguing you, we suggest ten steps that will help you improve them. Start with the simplest possible problem, such as an installation issue—maybe you have a fast loop that is flowing backwards, for example.