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Jim Thomson, author of Safety Management in Hazardous Industries, discusses his new book, providing a sample chapter on hydrocarbon processing.
Ian Sutton, author of Process Risk and Reliability Management provides a video overview on Prestartup reviews.
Ian Sutton, PSM expert, discusses “Engineering in an Age of Limits” and the problems and challenges facing society and industries.
On Thursday April 10th Erik Tempelman presented a session on Manufacturing and Design – towards a new educational paradigm at the 6th International Materials Education Symposium at University of Cambridge.
Elsevier is excited to announce the availability of our Woodhead engineering titles on one of the most popular ebook platforms, Google Play.
Join us on April 29th for a complimentary webinar. Experts will discuss their real world experiences and research about equation use in engineering.