Material Science

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Nitrogen Engineering Handbook
Nitrogen services equipment normally converts liquid nitrogen to gaseous nitrogen for various applications. Since liquid nitrogen and gaseous nitrogen will both be present at the well site, it is important that the individual who will be on site familiarize themselves with these products.
Advanced Concept Training - Steel Code Check
This course will explain the calculation of steel following the EN 1993-1-1: General rules and rules for buildings and EN 1993-1-2: Design of Steel Structures: Structural fire design. Most of the options in the course can be calculated/checked in SCIA Engineer with the Concept edition.
Plastic Pipes Engineering Handbook
Polycarbonate is a liner polyester of carbonic acid. It is a thremoplastic used for its high impact strength, heat resistance and dimensional stability. Excellent for molding extruding or thermo forming, it is used for non-breakable windows and street light globes.
Coatings for High-Temperature Structural Materials: Trends and Opportunities
This report assesses coatings materials and processes for gas-turbine blades and vanes; determines potential applications of coatings in high-temperature environments; identifies needs for improved coatings for performance enhancements, design considerations, and fabrication processes; assesses dura
Gem Identification - Handbook
Like Mike’s ruby, many gems carry signs of their nature in the form of characteristics called inclusions, which are enclosed within a gem or reach its surface from the interior. Some types of inclusions—like mineral crystals—are remnants of the rocks that natural gems grow in.
NETA - Insulating Oils Handbook
This paper discusses the application of a continuous moisture-in-oil sensor that operates in dielectric fluids, such as transformer mineral oils. the sensor can be used to help in the assessment of the condition of transformers and for oil processing.
The Organic Codes - An Introductionto Semantic Biology, Marcello Barbieri
The genetic code appeared on Earth with the first cells. The codes of cultural evolution arrived almost 4 billion years later. These are the only codes that are recognised by modern biology.
Main Equipment, System in Crude Oil and Product Pipelines
A system of measuring process parameters, sensing status, logical decision making based on such analog / digital inputs, activation of corresponding controls in the process loop based on such logical decisions, initiating audible / visible alarms and providing a continuous, consistent, real time, ac
DGA in Non-Mineral Oils and Load Tap Changers and Improved DGA Diagnosis...
Dissolved gas analysis (DGA) is widely used for detecting faults in insulating fluid-filled, high voltage electrical equipment in service. Historically, DGA has been applied mainly to transformers filled with mineral oils.
Struktol Rubber Handbook
The Struktol approach to the polymer additive business is by no means typical or ordinary. Chemistry is as the heart of everything we do. Providing Intelligent Additive Solutions for polymers and compounds, Struktol products are designed to meet the challenges and exacting demands of our customers.
Gas and Liquid Maldistribution in Packed Columns, Robertus Martinus Stikkelman
Packed columns are increasingly used in distillation and absorption/stripping processes. For the application of these. colums a good understanding of the flows in the packing is desirable. This study describes the gas and liquid distributions in random as well as structured packings.
Hydrodynamic Instabilities, Francois Charru
Hydrodynamic instabilities occupy a special position in fluid mechanics. It has been known that the transition from laminar flow to turbulence is due to the instability of the laminar state to certain classes of perturbations, both infinitesimal and of finite amplitude.
Pneumatics - Handbook
A fluid power system is one that transmits and controls energy through the use of pressurised liquid or gas. In Pneumatics, this power is air. This of course comes from the atmosphere and is reduced in volume by compression thus increasing its pressure.
Calculations for A Level Chemistry, E.N. Ramsden
Many topics in chemistry involve numerical problems. Textbooks are not long enough to include sufficient problems to give students the practice which they need in order to acquire thorough mastery of calculations. This book aims to fill that need.
Admixtures for Concrete
An admixture is a material added to the batch of concrete before or during its mixing to modify its freshly mixed, setting or hardened properties. About 80% of concrete produced in North America have one or more admixtures. About 40% of ready-mix producers use fly ash.
Introduction to Engineering Mechanics, Jenn Stroud Rossmann and Clive L. Dym
This book is intended to provide a unified introduction to solid and fluid mechanics and to convey the underlying principles of continuum mechanics to undergraduates. We assume that students using this book have taken courses in calculus, physics, and vector analysis.
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Scientific computing and numerical analysis provide invaluable tools for the sciences and engineering. This series aims to capture new developments and summarize state-of-the-art methods over the whole spectrum of these fields. It will include a broad range of textbooks, monographs, and handbooks.
Characterizing Gas-Lift Instabilities, Ben Hu
This dissertation mainly investigates the occurrence and characteristics of density-wave instability in gas-lift wells. The investigation is based on a simplified gas-lift system, in which water and air are used as producing fluid and lifting gas respectively, and heat transfer effect is neglected.
Evaluation of Tight Gas Reservoirs, Victor Hein
Low Permeability (<0.1md). Frac Job or Horizontal Well Required. Large Pressure Gradients across Reservoir. High Transient Decline Rates. Often Commingled Production. Often Layered and Complex,
Gas Dynamics, James John and Theo Keith
The coefficient of viscosity of a fluid relates the shearing stress applied to a fluid to a resultant rate of shearing strain.