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World Filtration Congress 13


This article reviews the optimization of the selection of the final drying technology in conjunction with the upstream solid-liquid separation for filtration, centrifugation, cake washing, and dewatering technology selection taking an integrated and holistic approach.

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Chemical Processing


A number of steps are crucial prior to mothballing or demolition and site restoration. Read this reliability and maintenance focused article.

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International Filtration News


Many chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing processes involve reactions of solid and liquid-phase reactants to produce a slurry. Take a different approach by conducting lab testing to analyze the cake structure, filter media, filtration pressure and cake thickness. 

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Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology

Article by Ugur Tuzun
With Consultations by Barry A. Perlmutter

Engineering and applied sciences benefit from hands-on learning. Offering case studies for iterative evaluation, this article discusses holistic teaching of systems engineering and sustainability concepts. Two approaches are presented and compared: “bottom-up” to enable the use of new material and energy resources and “top-down” for existing systems to improve existing process plant operations. Both these approaches can be used in education and at operating companies.

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Chemical Processing


A number of steps are crucial prior to mothballing or demolition and site restoration. Read this reliability and maintenance focused article.

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International Filtration News


Many chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing processes involve reactions of solid and liquid-phase reactants to produce a slurry. Take a different approach by conducting lab testing to analyze the cake structure, filter media, filtration pressure and cake thickness. 

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Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology

Article by Ugur Tuzun
With Consultations by Barry A. Perlmutter

Engineering and applied sciences benefit from hands-on learning. Offering case studies for iterative evaluation, this article discusses holistic teaching of systems engineering and sustainability concepts. Two approaches are presented and compared: “bottom-up” to enable the use of new material and energy resources and “top-down” for existing systems to improve existing process plant operations. Both these approaches can be used in education and at operating companies.

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