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PE Volume 112 Issue 9
Construction Cost Control – Some surprisingly simple strategies can help control many construction project...
Power plant engineering construction costs have been rising much faster than core inflation for the last several years.
Since the advent of miniature cameras, plant and utility personnel have used them to assess pipe condition and troubleshoot problems.
As deadlines for the North American Electric Reliability Council Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC-CIP) standards approach, power plants and electric utilities must begin implementing the necessary security practices to meet the compliance requirements.
Power Engineering magazine invited five leading executives to discuss current issues affecting coal-fired power plant development as well as future prospects for the generation type.
Two major applications for wireless sensing in manufacturing are process measurement and equipment condition monitoring (ECM).
Power plants have for many years used deionized water as makeup to high-pressure boilers and for producing steam to drive turbines and generate electricity.
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