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 All Comment:Re: BOUNDARY LAYER - Joe Panfalone-3/10/2014Comment:Re: useful information - Joe Panfalone-3/10/2014Comment:Re: useful information - Joe Panfalone-3/7/2014 Understanding the Fluid Dynamics of Boundary Layers Guest Blogs 3/6/2014  7 comments A customer who was thermal printing strip steel had a problem: When the strip's speed increased, the thermo printer would catch fire. When he set a flame to a piece of the strip, he couldn't get it to burn. What was the problem? Comment:Re: Is it time for mil-spec in plants? - Joe Panfalone-8/19/2013Comment:Re: Is it time for mil-spec in plants? - Joe Panfalone-7/25/2013Comment:Re: Is it time for mil-spec in plants? - Joe Panfalone-7/23/2013 Thermodynamics of Panel Cooling Guest Blogs 7/19/2013  6 comments As manufacturing becomes more sophisticated, more computerization is being utilized. The problem with this scenario is that sensitive electronics are susceptible to the harsh environments in which they must operate. Comment:Re: flow meter question - Joe Panfalone-11/27/2012Comment:Re: Good explanation - Joe Panfalone-11/21/2012 Understanding Gas Flow & Measurements Guest Blogs 11/21/2012  7 comments To measure gas flows effectively, the volumetric flow rate must be converted to standard conditions for temperature and pressure. Blogs Understanding the Fluid Dynamics of Boundary Layers Guest Blogs 3/6/2014  7 comments A customer who was thermal printing strip steel had a problem: When the strip's speed increased, the thermo printer would catch fire. When he set a flame to a piece of the strip, he couldn't get it to burn. What was the problem? Thermodynamics of Panel Cooling Guest Blogs 7/19/2013  6 comments As manufacturing becomes more sophisticated, more computerization is being utilized. The problem with this scenario is that sensitive electronics are susceptible to the harsh environments in which they must operate. Understanding Gas Flow & Measurements Guest Blogs 11/21/2012  7 comments To measure gas flows effectively, the volumetric flow rate must be converted to standard conditions for temperature and pressure. Comments Comment:Re: BOUNDARY LAYER - Joe Panfalone-3/10/2014Comment:Re: useful information - Joe Panfalone-3/10/2014Comment:Re: useful information - Joe Panfalone-3/7/2014Comment:Re: Is it time for mil-spec in plants? - Joe Panfalone-8/19/2013Comment:Re: Is it time for mil-spec in plants? - Joe Panfalone-7/25/2013Comment:Re: Is it time for mil-spec in plants? - Joe Panfalone-7/23/2013Comment:Re: flow meter question - Joe Panfalone-11/27/2012Comment:Re: Good explanation - Joe Panfalone-11/21/2012

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