Highlights for October 2017
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The unit extends HTRI’s use of water cooling services to address field operation concerns. It will broaden our research on the impact of wind, ground clearance, lateral obstructions, and hot air recirculation.
Read about features of the latest version of the software, SmartPM 3.0, and how it is used in preheat trains and other shell-and-tube exchanger networks.
HTRI uses robust models in more complex ways for both our own research and proprietary contracts with other companies.
Glance at a few of the activities enjoyed at the HTRI conference last month in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
HTRI is collaborating with organizer Technology Transfer Management Ltd (TMM) at this industrial heat exchange event in Kuala Lumpur. Register for both the conference and a special HTRI training event to qualify for a discount.
Michael Radicone, President, I2 Air Fluid Innovation, will present “Reducing shipboard heat exchanger fouling with I2 Vapor Infusion” at the Green Ship Technology (GST) North America 2017 Conference on Thursday, November 16, at 9:40 AM EST.
The HTRI USA offices will be closed on November 23 and 24 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. In addition, all HTRI global offices will be closed for the holidays from December 22 through January 1. Support emails will be monitored.
Horizons Symposium on Heat Transfer in Environmental TechnologiesOctober 29 - 30, 2020
New Members &