May 2010 Issue
David Berger, P.Eng., contributing editor, says it's evolved way beyond the primitive telephone help desk.
In this installment of What Works, an emissions project provides one-year payback in improved efficiency.
Joel Leonard, contributing editor, asks are communication failures affecting your facility.
Accurate troubleshooting relies on using the proper tool for the job.
Energy Expert Peter Garforth explores the impact of energy on companies' management agendas.
Coal fly ash in cement brings green value — and flooring challenges.
Paul Studebaker, CMRP, editor in chief, questions how we decide to take on risk, and who ultimately meets the responsibility.
How we resolved a problem in a power generation drivetrain.
Tom Moriarty, P.E., CMRP, contributing editor, says integrity means doing your best even when no one else will know.
In this edition of In the Trenches, Acme tries to outmaneuver the Army.
How can compressed air work to power plant equipment?
Sheila Kennedy, contributing editor, says new technologies are advancing our abilities to contain unsavory emissions.
In this installment of What Works, Edison Welding Institute utilizes switch-rated plugs and receptacles for improved safety and efficiency.
Speed reductions and routine stops can cost more than you realize.