In the next five years, around 400 million ‘smart home energy management’ devices will be shipped globally, according to a recent study from IMS Research. » more
Operating a nuclear reactor causes progressive microstructural changes in the alloys used in cladding, and that can hurt the materials’ integrity. » more
Global solar PV installations will grow by at least 3.5% and up to 21% in 2012, according to a new report from IMS Research. » more
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The Smart Wireless planning tool from Emerson helps users design a customized WirelessHART network. » more
Bullet adapter can be added to analog transmitters to increase communication options, including diagnostic data transmission. » more
IMTS 2012: The Sinumerik 828D Basix T (turning) and Basic M (milling) by Siemens are designed to enhance job shop performance. » more
One-on-one interviews with leaders in the manufacturing industry determined how the first half of 2011 has effected plant performance, and what is expected for the second half as well as 2012.
Two manufacturing plants, Dudek & Bock and RIDGID, welcomed Plant Engineering on tours of their facilities.
How NFPA Standard 70 and Article 708: Critical Operations Power Systems (COPS) is being interpreted and applied, and how to respond with standby systems design when COPS is levied on a project. » more
Substation project shows pitfalls and possibilities in system » more
Plant Engineering Content Manager and Editor, Bob Vavra, discusses his experience at the 2011 Manufacturing/Automation Summit in Chicago, IL. » more
Richard J. Huss has been named the Festo US CEO. » more
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