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Filling the Gap with Valve Basics Training

Filling the Gap with Valve Basics Training

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Understanding and Selecting Valve Flanges, Pt. I: Design and Standards

Understanding and Selecting Valve Flanges, Pt. I: Design and Standards

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Smart Analytics and the Power Sector

Smart Analytics and the Power Sector

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Curtiss-Wright Awarded $83 Million U.S. Navy Contract

Curtiss-Wright Corp. has been awarded a contract inclusive of options in excess of $83 million to provide critical valves for the U.S. Navy's next four Virginia-Class submarines and second Ford-Class Aircraft Carrier. The award from Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. is for an initial ship-set of submarine valves and long lead materials valued at approximately $15 million.

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14 FALL CVR 160x214Inside the Fall 2014 issue…

• Market Outlook 2015
• Enhanced Oil Recovery
• Combined Cycle Power Plants
• Critical Role of Flanges

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