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Repair technologies for gas transmission pipelines. Boreman, D.J. and Wimmer, B.O. Pipeline and Gas Journal, Vol.227, No.3, March 2000. pp. 46-51.
The latest technologies, materials and application techniques for pipeline repair.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Present state and future prospects in high pressure natural gas transmission in Japan. Y. Okajima. Paper. Proc. Conf., Pipeline technology, Vol. 1, pages 45--56. (See abstract 406 for complete reference).
Natural gas utilization in Japan is reviewed. Consideration is given to the construction and management of pipelines with reference to the current state and problems, and future prospects of Japanese pipeline construction are outlined. The development of technologies to construct next-generation pip...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Fixed-bed technology purifies rich gas with H2S, Hg. E.F. Rhodes, P.J. Openshaw and P.J.H. Carnell. OGJ, 31 May 1999, 97(22), 58--63.
Details are given of the treatment of dense-phase natural gas with fixed-bed technology which has been proven effective and economic at the North Sea terminal for Central Area Transmission System (CATS). The central Graben development is described, and the dense-phase operation, testing, mercury rem...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Technology and lubrication of the 1998 domestic automobiles. R.L. Fennema. NLGI Spokesm., January 1998, 61(10), 6--16.
Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors automobile technology for 1998 is reviewed and the lubricant and service interval recommendations are summarized. New car models introduced by each manufacturer are described and illustrated. Engine oil changes and filter change intervals are tabulated for each man...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Fracture-stimulation technology for gas-storage wells. S.R. Reeves. JPT, February 1998, 50(2), 61--67 (5 pages).
Attention is drawn to the joint programme being sponsored by the DOE (and more recently the GRI) with industry to demonstrate application of new and novel-fracture-stimulation technologies in gas-storage fields across the US. The objective of which, being to advance deliverability-enhanced technolog...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Gear additive technology for extended drain commercial driveline requirements. V. Bala, I. Mac Pherson and D.K. Walters. NLGI Spokesm., June 1998, 62(3), 24--31.
Changes in oil and additive requirements for gear lubricants are emerging as a result of advances made by original equipment manufacturers (OEMS). Lubricant trends and consequences are reviewed for commercial vehicles, axles and manual transmission gearboxes. Test methods and parameters evaluated ar...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Full scale testing and numerical simulation of corroded linepipe under combined loading. M.F. Kanninen et al. Paper. Proc. Conf., Pipeline technology, Vol. 2, pages 11--22. (See abstract 909 for complete reference).
Consideration is given to testing and analysis procedures undertaken during a three-phase study of the integrity of corroded oil transmission pipelines under combined load conditions. The aim of the study being to provide a theoretically-sound technology for pipelines in general by conducting integr...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Study of composition and technology of complex lithium grease. L. Ruibin, W. Ping and L. Flusheng. NLGI Spokesm, August 1998, 62(5), 20--26.
A pressure sapronification process is used in a systematic study of the composition and technology of two-component complex lithium greases. A complex of aliphatic acid lithium soap and the lithium salts of low molecular weight acids give high dropping points, good mechanical colloid and oxidation s...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
EFM technology proves to be reliable and accurate. S. Green. Pipeline Gas J., February 1995, 222(2), 27--30.
Telemetry-based electronic flow meters (EFM) are recommended for gas distribution technology. By late 1996 a major gas distributions company in Houston expects to have 18,000 meter stations converted to EFMs. The estimated investment cost is $100 million to control 21,000 miles of gathering systems ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
New propylene production technologies hold great promise Oil and Gas Journal, 23 February 2004, 102(8) p.
New process technologies for propylene production show great economic promise, according to a new report from Nexant Inc., White Plains, NY. The recently published report predicts that propylene demand will grow faster than supply. More than 25% of the new crackers currently planned for start-up in ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract