Plant Engineering most-viewed content, November 2023

Read the best content in November 2023 including: How to use AI, clean hydrogen fuel and efficient fuel processes, plant manufacturing transactions and more.

By Chris Vavra December 1, 2023
Courtesy: Brett Sayles, CFE Media and Technology

The top 10 Plant Engineering most-viewed content online in November 2023 posted over the last three months covered how to use AI, clean hydrogen fuel and efficient fuel processes, plant manufacturing transactions and more. Catch up with a link to each article below.

1. How to use artificial intelligence: A guide for mechanical engineers

By embracing artificial intelligence and machine learning, mechanical engineers can thrive in a digital marketplace.

2. Design harnesses sun’s heat to produce clean hydrogen fuel

Conventional systems for producing hydrogen depend on fossil fuels, but a system developed by MIT researchers uses only solar energy.

3. Engineers develop efficient process to make fuel from carbon dioxide

The approach converts the greenhouse gas into formate, a solid fuel that can be stored indefinitely and could be used to power industries.

4. Plant engineering, manufacturing M&A: October 2023

Bundy Group reported six automation transactions in the month of October. Analysis on the acquisitions and reports are highlighted below.

5. Modernization – extend the lifetime of your drives and avoid up to 55 percent of emissions

As variable speed drives get older, modernization offers a circular solution that extends the lifetime of the equipment, enhances performance and provides the latest technology and long-term support.

6. Why is CMMS software so essential for the power and energy industry?

Learn about the critical role of maintenance management in the power and energy industry, and how CMMS can be used.

7. Honeywell Connect Recap: Digital technologies improving flexibility, sustainability

Sustainability remains a major focus for manufacturers as well as the need for smart digital technologies that can provide better intelligence for companies.

8. Six ways connected worker platforms benefit factory automation

Connected worker platforms can help make workers safer and more productive in the factory of the future by giving them better insights through real-time data.

9. Using software in predictive maintenance, part 1: Understanding maintenance fundamentals

Michael Hardy and Ed Garibian cover maintenance fundamentals and how they help engineers improve their efficiency as well as what total productive maintenance (TPM) can do.

10. Warehouse industry may adopt humanoid robot workers

Warehousing offers the perfect combination of repetitiveness and menial work for humanoid robot workers, which are being tested.

Author Bio: Chris Vavra is senior editor for WTWH Media LLC.