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  • Research Institute Uses GE InnovOx TOC Analyzer to Evaluate Hydraulic Fracturing and Oil Exploration Produced Water
    laboratory, which. houses a pilot-scale treatment system for identifying. the best treatment options for hydraulic fracturing. (frac) and produced water reuse.
  • Top Ten Reasons to Go Hydraulic
    A down economy is the perfect time to evaluate your production efficiencies. Find out more about what hydraulic presses can do for your business.
  • An Advanced Sine Control Algorithm Control System Dynamic Range
    Choosing a digital Shaker Control system to operate with either an electrodynamic or hydraulic shaker,. requires careful consideration of a number of issues. In addition to cost, the two most important factors for. a customer to evaluate are safety and performance. Obviously, a system that does
  • Software guides piping designs and pump selections
    for a wastewater system. Picking any icon in the diagram brings up a detailed descriptions of pumps, valves, controls, and performance at that location. Prior to its purchase, we performed hydraulic calculations by hand or using less-sophisticated software. The hydraulic-modeling program performs macroscopic
  • Earthquake Simulator Relies on Hydraulics and Electronics
    The degree to which construction materials stand up to earthquakes or hurricanes is key to whether building structures are safe and economical. But clearly, waiting until disaster strikes to assess performance is inefficient and potentially deadly. A better path is to evaluate key components
  • Relating material tests to Seal Performance
    Test reports provide a wealth of information for specifying seal materials. Dan Ewing Testing material hardness, fluid compatibility, compression set, and other factors helps predict how O-rings will perform in the field. When specifying seals for hydraulic, pneumatic, and fluidhandling systems
  • Testing transmission components in the real world
    but provides little or no information on parameters such as torque, hydraulic pressure, and temperature. In current practice there are two basic methods of testing critical automatic transmission components. The first involves running full vehicle tests on a dynamometer or proving ground

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