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    • 17 Feb 2017

    Optimizing Gas Turbine Fuel Gas Supply

    The mission of this blog has always been to bring the experts around Emerson to you. Many of these folks also share their expertise in our Emerson Exchange 365 global user community and with LinkedIn posts. I’ll highlight an example I saw today. Emerson’s Rossella Mimmi published a post, Gas Conditioning: Why, When and How . In it, she opens: Natural Gas has become the desired fuel for gas turbines...
    • 21 Dec 2016

    Controlling Liquid Pipeline Surge Pressure

    The RBN Energy blog is a must read for those in the oil & gas upstream, midstream and downstream industries as they analyze the trends and global dynamics impacting companies. Posts such as The Flows They Are A-Changin’ – Westward Natural Gas Flows Into Texas On The Rise describe the flow reversals in natural gas in the U.S. as LNG plants are built along the Gulf coast and vast amounts of shale gas are...
    • 26 Oct 2016

    Selecting the Right Valve

    At the Emerson Exchange conference in Austin, Emerson’s Tony Foster and Leah Stanley and Vinson Supply’s Robert Lange presented, Selecting the Right Valve for Your Application to Reduce Cost and Increase Performance. Their abstract: Selecting the optimum valve for the application can sometimes be a daunting task, even with a “simple” on/off valve, especially when the process operates at high...
    • 25 Oct 2016

    Mitigating Cavitation and Outgassing Control Valve Damage

    At the Emerson Exchange conference in Austin, Emerson’s Jonathan Vance presented Outgassing and Cavitation: Not So Good Vibrations. Here’s the abstract: Outgassing and cavitation are two of the most common issues associated with control valves. Both phenomena often occur in high pressure drop applications and result in excessive vibration; however, the solutions to combat these critical applications vary...
    • 4 Oct 2016

    Safety Shutdown Valve Local Control Panel

    For process manufacturers and producers with safety shutdown applications, local control panels are often installed to provide visibility and control actions to operators locally out in the process area. Actions can be taken at these panels to initiate an emergency shutdown. I caught up with Emerson’s Riyaz Ali about how these local control panels work with safety shutdown valves (SSVs) and the digital valve...
    • 26 Aug 2016

    Testing Valves in Safety Instrumented Functions

    Safety instrumented systems are a critical part of process manufacturers and producers overall process safety management in protecting personnel, environment, equipment, property, reputation and image. In an Offshore Engineer article, Safety Instrumented Function loop ‘final element’ problems and solutions , Emerson’s Riyaz Ali describes the importance and ways to test the final control elements in...
    • 28 Jul 2016

    Stay on Top of Your Tanks

    For storage tanks, controlling emissions is a high priority concern. A pressure vacuum relief valve (PVRV) is a critical component in managing pressure. Knowing when and for how long it opens to release pressure also helps to determine what emissions occurred. In this quick 1:52 video, PVRV with Smart Wireless Technology , Emerson’s Steve Attri , explains how wireless technology can help determine if the PVRV...
    • 27 Jul 2016

    Adsorption Process to Separate Fluid Components

    Many techniques are used to separate impurities in fluids. One common method is to use the process of adsorption. In an online document, Control Valve Sourcebook — Chemical Unit Operations , adsorption is defined as: …a typical mass tran...
    • 13 Jul 2016

    How to Disassemble a Daniel Digital Control Valve

    Let’s continue our series of practical “ How-to videos ” with a closer look at disassembling a Daniel V788 digital control valve . The valves are used effectively in loading and offloading applications that require precise flow rate co...
    • 11 Jul 2016

    Monitoring Storage Tank Emergency Vents

    You will find low-pressure storage tanks in many industries including oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage. Emergency vents have traditionally been used as the last line of defense in overpressure situations. ...