Plant Engineering most-viewed content, December 2023
Read the best content in December 2023 including: Rotating bearing lubricants, mitigating arc flash hazards, reducing oil and gas emissions and more.
The top 10 Plant Engineering most-viewed content online in December 2023 posted over the last three months covered rotating bearing lubricants, mitigating arc flash hazards, reducing oil and gas emissions and more. Catch up with a link to each article below.
Key considerations with greases and oils include their suitability for an application. Knowledge of lubricant characteristics and test properties helps ensure the correct selection for rotating electrical machine bearings.
Mitigating arc flash hazards in medium-voltage systems could be performed in synergy to achieve optimal system reliability and safety.
Plant managers and engineers in process-focused industries are seeking ways to reduce fugitive emissions to provide a safer work environment and reduce their facilities’ environmental footprint.
Plant automation offers many potential benefits, but it requires precise strategies that consider the entire facility to achieve the best possible result.
Digital manufacturing has fundamentally changed the trajectory of industrial production, but companies need to ask where it’s going next and how to adapt to these changes.
Low-voltage dry type transformers (LVDTT) are often forgotten pieces of necessary electrical equipment, however they need regular maintenance.
The new NFPA 70B standard will change electrical equipment maintenance, and understanding the standard and how it fits with others will help facility managers achieve compliance and build a greater culture of safety.
Plant automation, combined with artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) along with Industry 4.0 concepts, can help companies make many positive strides, but cultural and technological challenges persist.
A large public power utility integrated its asset management and calibration software, to reduce risk and redundancies.
As the workplace changes, the integration imperative persists and leads to innovation for the System Integrator of the Year winners.