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Guidelines for protecting against lead hazard when dismantling and disposing of steel from tanks that have contained leaded gasolineAvailability: In the libraryRecord type: Report
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Elements of a successful oil analysis programme. Part 2. J. Fitch. Lubric. Engng., October 1998, 54(10), 15--17.
The essential requirements of an oil analysis program are described as fluid properties, fluid contamination, and fluid wear debris analysis. Important laboratory tests in each category are listed. For debris analysis emission spectroscopy is used to evaluate metals such as iron, aluminium, copper, ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Avoid operating problems in air-cooled heat exchangers. R. Mukherjee. Hydrocarbon Processing, March 1997, 76(3), 69--76.
Guidelines are given for troubleshooting and performance evaluations of air-cooled heat exchangers with horizontal, A-frame, or vertical configurations. Tube bundles commonly consist of four to six rows of carbon steel or stainless steel tubes. Aluminium fins are invariably used because of favourabl...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Europe funds project to develop hydrogen storage tanks for cars, Professional Engineering, 11 May 2005, p 4
In Europe, 18 research laboratories are combining to undertake a three-year Hydrogen Storage Research Training Network (HyTrain) in order to resolve the problem of storing hydrogen in cars, since tanks for hydrogen stored as either pressurised gas or liquid refrigerated at 20K occupy excessive space...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
‘The subsea oil and gas sector is now one of the fastest growing sectors of the UK economy,’ said David Pridden, Subsea UK Chief Executive, when he recently unveiled a new study of the sector. ‘To meet global demand, the UK subsea sector immediately needs 1,000 people and the number of new jobs that...Availability: OnlineRecord type: News Item
Sir David Steel, who died on Monday aged 87, was chairman of BP and of the Wellcome Trust; as a young tank commander during the Second World War, he won both a DSO and an MC. He succeeded to the chairmanship of BP in late 1974, to face challenges on several fronts. In the aftermath of the Opec crisi...Availability: OnlineRecord type: News Item