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Designing for Safety:  Failure Modes on Gate Valves

Designing for Safety: Failure Modes on Gate Valves

For over 100 years, preventing catastrophic failur...

Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis in Control Valves

Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis in Control Valves

CFD is used in early field issue resolution where ...

Reclaiming Water from Oil Production

Reclaiming Water from Oil Production

One of the biggest objections to hydraulic fractur...

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