Results:1 - 10 of 31 for technology Machinery,
Les Kane and Stephany Romanow. HP Innovations. Hydrocarbon Processing Dec 1999, 78 (12), 33-34, 36-37
Reactor is largest ever delivert to the Americas - Kobe Stee Ltd.Sealing technology - A&A Environmental Seals.VisiconX - an Intellution Dynamics tool that allows users to access real-time plant floor data with no programming.Wireless online machinery surveillance.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Vibration isolation, a review. Part 1. Sinusoidal and random excitations. F.C. Nelson. Shock Vibration, 1994, 1(5), 485--493.
Consideration is given to the engineering theory and technology associated with the use of discrete isolators to protect vibration-sensitive equipment or machinery against sinusoidal or random excitation. Special attention being given to protection against low-frequency (100 Hz) excitation. Both pas...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Reduce costs with laser shaft alignment. E. Daintith and P. Glatt. Hydrocarbon Processing, August 1996, 75(8), 55--60.
Misaligned couplings in rotating machinery are described as the cause of more than 50% of breakdowns that result in lost production. Methods of vibration analysis are described as unreliable, cost-intensive, and labour-intensive. A new method using laser shaft alignment technology is described and i...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Safety and quality information systems [SQIS]. W.H. Moore and R.G. Bea. Proc. 13th Ship offshore structures congress, Vol. 2, Quality assurance for marine structures Report, Chapter 6, pages 22--27. (See abstract 1369 for complete reference).
Details are given of this computer-based system that will integrate ship management, structural, machinery, Human Element, near-miss, and accident information. This system will take full advantage of current and near-future developments in instrumentation, computing, and communications technologies....Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Machinery vibration---origins, impressions, and cures. I. Haq. Hydrocarbon Processing, January 1995, 74(1), 35--40.
Vibration diagnostic engineering of rotor-bearing-casing systems are reviewed. New problems are being encountered because of the current trend towards high performance and light weight machinery. Effects of internal and external forces on rotor vibration are described and illustrated. The effects di...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) has signed an agreement for an export credit line of $100mn with Gazprombank, the third largest commercial bank in Russia. This funding will support Russian companies importing machinery and equipment from Japan, via Gazprombank. It will finance Ja...Availability: OnlineRecord type: News Item
Machining of advanced ceramics. S. Jahanmir and L.K. Ives. Tribol. Internat., September 1995, 28(6), 415--420.
High machinery cost is described as a primary impediment to the widespread use of advanced ceramics. A research programme initiated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology is reviewed. Objectives are to provide measurement methods, obtain mechanistic data, and develop cost-effective ma...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
FPSO/FPU pump installation. D. Thunestvedt and F.M. Flatoy. J. Offshore Technol., April 1999, 7(2), 28, 29.
Consideration is given as to how the use of caissons and submersible pumps show considerable advantages in comparison with conventional pumps room or machinery space installations. Design reviews are outlined and tabulated data show where submersible pumps and caissons are planned or have been succe...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Tabulated data are presented which show that costs for four of the five equipment items which make up the Nelson-Farrar miscellaneous equipment cost index rose moderately in 1992-1993 period. The exception being the heat-exchanger category which dropped steadily from January 1992 to December of 1993...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Engineering standards and EQC---why bother? V.A. Carucci. Hydrocarbon Processing, December 1997, 76(12), 44--50.
Engineering quality control (EQC) of capital projects is described as increasingly important because of recent changes in the cost-competitive environment of the hydrocarbon processing industry. Application of EQC is discussed in relation to pressure vessels, piping systems, heat exchangers, storage...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract