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  • CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization
    CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization. If you are assigned to plan for, design, implement, or optimize CDMA, you won t find a clearer, more thorough, or more helpful source or fundamental theory, technical implementation guidelines, practices, and tools than this book.
  • Process Optimization Reality Checks
    By Angelo De Palma, Ph.D. Process optimization encompasses widely varying activities whose principal goal is to reduce costs by eliminating process steps, improving yields, shortening cycle times and producing higher-quality product. Companies with limited manufacturing capacity must look inside
    to be about 49 US$/ton CO2 for the 90% CO2 recovery of 4.0 mol% CO2 content in the flue gas of a natural gas combined cycle power plant. However, a substantial reduction in the production cost was reported for higher CO2 contents in the flue gas of a coal power plant. For a similar CO2 production capacity
  • Thermal Processing Optimization: Using Advanced Rotary Tube Internals to Achieve Operational Improvements
    required or increase unit capacity for a given volume of furnace but can also improve product quality and control of quality and uniformity.
  • Greenfield Plant Success Story
    A medical device manufacturer in Asia needed to build significant manufacturing capacity to support their marketing projections for a new product family. The Manufacturing Specialists at Pre Automation Solutions have extensive experience in plant layout and design optimization as well
  • Medical Device Link .
    Precision Cleanroom Molder Expands Its Manufacturing Facility An additional 60,000 sq ft of capacity, including a certified Class 100,000 cleanroom, was added to a scientific molder�s facility in Irvine, CA. The company now operates more than 50 molding machines at two sites with room
  • Medical Device Link . Evaluating Sterilizer Performance as Part of Process Equivalency Determination Paul J. Sordellini and Vincent A. Caputo
    becomes outgrown when the number of devices manufactured per week exceeds its volumetric sterilization capacity. Increased market demand for a particular product, the merger of one manufacturer with another, the expansion of a particular product line, or expansion into foreign markets may cause
  • Enhanced pulp screening
    the traditional parameters of capacity, debris removal efficiency, consistency drop, fractionation, minimum reject rate and power consumption. Technical advances in the industry have provided a more sophisticated definition of these parameters. For example, the increased use of image analysis has led

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