Voices: Amanda Del Buono
According to new research from Washington University in St. Louis’ McKelvey School of Engineering, the speed at which calcium carbonate (CaCO3) forms in saline water may be slower than previously estimated. The overestimation may be due to a lack of consideration of the effects of kinetics, the research found.Read More
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: In this blog, I’m going to take a look out how the technology used in process automation also is being used for other areas of life, whether its robots made of paper or the motors and sensors that run memorial water fountains. I want to take you out of your facility and into engineering and technology applications taking place all around us all of the time.