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Increasing connectivity with 'digital twins'
Jonathan Wilkins, Marketing Director of obsolete industrial components supplier European Automation, explains the concept of digital twins and the impact it could have on industry
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Specialisation becoming a key issue for EV traction motors
Some major changes are taking place in the electric vehicle traction motor market says Franco Gonzalez, Senior Technology Analyst at business intelligence and research specialist IDTechEx
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Financing schemes keep the biomass momentum going
The UK’s binding target under the European Commission’s Renewable Energy Directive to obtain 15 per cent of its overall energy from renewable sources such as solar, wind or biomass by 2020 has led to the growing importance of sustainable, green investment, says Richard Baker, Sales Manager of Siemens Financial services
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Key technology trends mark the route to smarter cities
The race is on to develop smart cities of the future that are cleaner, greener, easier to navigate and better to live in. Here Steve Hughes, MD of REO UK, considers the top three trends in power quality that are the key to smart city success
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Improving the value of food waste to aid AD efficiency
Matt Hale, International Sales Manager for HRS Heat Exchangers, explains how innovations in heating, pasteurisation and concentration technology can help food waste AD operators to thrive in the face of dwindling renewable energy subsidies
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Choosing efficient gas control for effective surface treatment
In recent years there has been significant growth in the use and diversity of different techniques for metal surface treatment. In order to gain maximum benefit from these techniques it is essential that the process systems employed on the application machines use highly precise and dependable gas control and flow measurement equipment. Tony Brennan, Field Segment Manager.gas at B├╝rkert Fluid Control Systems, looks at the some of the techniques and technologies behind precise gas flow control and how it can benefit OEMs and end users alike
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Time to get really smart about keeping the lights on
Last November, for the first time, the National Grid resorted to paying large companies to turn off their heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in an effort to keep the lights on. Here, sales manager of systems integrator Boulting Technology, Nick Boughton, discusses a smarter approach to energy efficiency
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Ensuring carbon vane reliability in vacuum pumps
One of the main facets of a rotary vane vacuum pump are the carbon impeller blades that rotate inside the pump casing, creating the pressure differential between the contact area and chamber to push gases in or out of the device. Adrienne Houston, director of EuroVacuum Products, explores the common causes of failure for carbon vanes and the steps end users can take to ensure correct operation
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