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  • In this issue:Optimising business energy affairs is itself a changing business, with minimising the use of energy now only part of a bigger picture.We include three articles that describe the new reality – first from a ‘demand aggregator’ stressing the importance of on-site generation and demand-sid...

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  • 2 ViewpointWhy the lights...won’t go out - Daniel Norton3 International newsEurope ‘unlikely‘ to meet its renewables targetWorld wind power growth at 35%Biogas - fired fuel cells for NewYork CityPV power for two Californian wineries American companies start ocean energy R&DKuwaiti oil contr...

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  • The effect of various heat stable salts on the corrosivity of methyldiethanolamine (MDEA) solutions is described. Corrosion coupons of carbon steel and stainless steel are exposed at 180 and 250 C. The experimental procedure is described and illustrated and an equation is given for calculating the c...

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  • 2 ViewpointBack to 'apprenticeship' basics to solve the energy skill shortages - Brian ChamberlainNews3 International NewsNew wind farms for offshore Germany, US and JapanSenate backs exploitation of Alaskan wildlife refugeChina passes renewable energy lawNew power plants for UAE, Singapore, Brazil;...

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  • Guidelines are given to assist the selection of materials suitable for shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Economic and manufacturing factors and fabrication are also reviewed. The relative merits of welded and seamless tubing are compared and advice is given on shell and channels, tubesheets, baffles a...

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  • 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...

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  • It’s often more cost-effective to improve the performance of buildings and industrial processes through energy efficiency – the so-called fifth fuel – than to generate, supply and purchase more energy. So, once again, energy management is the first theme of this issue, ...

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