- Making diesel fuels environmentally friendly
The fuels powering the diesel engine have undergone considerable development during its 119 year long history. Diesel is beginning to make way for alternatives with a smaller environmental footprint, such as biogas and DME.
- Surprising Results: Digital Prototyping Tests Compare Inventor and SolidWorks
A shootout between Autodesk Inventor Professional 2011 and SolidWorks Premium 2011 is bound to create sparks.
- 10 Reasons to Adopt RT Analysers
Real-time particle size analysers enable the particulate process to be optimised.
- A definitive guide to Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS)
There is a plethora of technologies for gas analysis and particulate monitoring and there is no solution to suit all applications. An indepth look at the critical factors that must be considered.
- South East Queensland’s Smart Water Grid attracts international attention
There appears to be increasing international recognition that the way to ensure a sustainable drinking water supply is through infrastructure projects likes the Water Grid.
- MasterClass: An innovative strategy to reduce energy costs with Load Tap Changer
EUROTHERM introduces a novel function to maximise the power factor even when phase angle is the only alternative due to the nature of the load.
- Honeywell is the first process automation vendor to receive EDSA certification by exida
Honeywell’s Safety Manager solution has been awarded ISASecure Embedded Device Security Assurance certification by exida, the organisation that conducted the assessment.
- Get products to market quicker: CPM helps users drive innovation
When organisations begin to align processes and strategies, technology and people across the enterprise, Collaborative Production Management becomes indispensable.
- Additive manufacturing can get us more from ore says CSIRO titanium expert
Australia’s vast titanium reserves can be converted to high-value manufactured items and deliver massive export earnings for the next 9,000 years.
- Faulty solar wiring in Sydney: Who is to blame?
The Sydney solar market is polarised about who’s to blame for the one-in-five dodgy solar panel installations uncovered by the Department of Climate Change, with some blaming the DC manufacturer and others pointing fingers at the electricians.
- Will the car of the future be made of magnesium?
Lighter, more economical, more reasonably priced. If possible, equipped with electric drive, too. Carmakers have many demands and magnesium may be the solution.
- Cogeneration plant supports renewable energy generation at Queensland sugar mill
ABB to design and deliver a $4 million distributed control system and electrical package for Mackay Sugar’s Racecourse Mill renewable cogeneration plant.
- Perth-based design company wins major aerospace contracts
Quickstep develops innovative process to manufacture of composites and signs agreements with Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Sikorsky.
- Shell and KBR in hydroprocessing technology alliance
KBR and Shell Global Solutions International have formed a new alliance in which KBR will market, sell and provide technology and design packages with Shell Global Solutions on hydroprocessing solutions worldwide.
- Australia’s Navy investigates computer gaming for its training needs
The Royal Australian Navy is investigating the use of video gaming technology to assist in scenario-based training of its sailors.
- Advances in automatic orbital welding systems enhance efficiency and functionality
Automatic orbital Gas Tungsten Arc Welding has gained favour in a variety of industries in which maximum leak integrity or high performance are of paramount importance.
- Rodinia spudds its first well in South Australia
Rodinia Oil Corp has spudded its first well, “Mulyawara 1”, in the Officer Basin of South Australia.
- Intergraph’s CADWorx 2012 is now compatible with AutoCAD 2012
Intergraph CADWorx Plant Design Suite 2012, the newest version of Intergraph’s design solution for mid-market and AutoCAD-based projects and workgroups, is now compatible with AutoCAD 2012, the latest AutoCAD release from Autodesk.
- A Solution to Skills Shortages – How Technology Helps Bridge the Gap
Automated knowledge transfer solutions that effectively close the skills gap and deliver a powerful combination of rich functionality and ease of use are likely to become increasingly popular.
- Australian engineers enable lights on at benchmark coal wash plant
Located in the South Gobi region near the Mongolian/Chinese border, the Uhkaa Khudag mine is the first large-scale coal mine in Mongolia to be developed and operated to international mining standards and practices.