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The Distillation Group distributed a newsletter on an approximately quarterly basis. The newsletter is no longer currently distributed. Distribution was by PDF file. You can view or download back issues by using the links below.

The material collected for the newsletter started life in a variety of ways: extracts from longer articles: material on papers started but never completely finished: questions from different clients: and brief ideas meriting a short discussion are just a few. Nevertheless, in all cases, the technical editorial is complete and can be taken as a stand-alone work. Don't hesitate to send in your questions as well.

The newsletter format has been kept simple to make it as clean and as easy to read as possible. Electronic distribution can create all sorts of formatting problems. If what you see looks a little odd, don't hesitate to fax a printed copy for format corrections in the next issue.


Distribution

The newsletter comes in three formats: standard, low-resolution, and tiff. The standard and low-resolution files both use Adobe PDF graphics files. Use the link below to get a copy of the Adobe PDF reader if you need it. The standard format uses high-resolution graphics. The low-resolution file uses low-resolution graphics to minimize file size. The low-resolution file is used for the e-mail mailing list. The tiff format is a black-and-white tiff image file. Some computers have problems with displaying or printing PDF files. The tiff image is the 'most standard' image file available. These tiff files have been saved with CCITT 4 compression. Most Windows systems have a tiff image viewer as part of their standard installation. Look for either wangimg.exe, kodakimg.exe, or kodakprv.exe in the Windows directory.

Standard distribution

N002 #2, 2001-03-15 Improper liquid level problems caused by incorrect density used with a DP cell: cryogenic gas plant and petroleum refinery FCC main fractionator.
Hanging downcomers and high-capacity trays.
N001  #1, 2000-12-01 Foam a major cause of tower problems.
Thermosyphon reboiler operation: affect of liquid levels on heat duty in a recirculating system without a baffle: petroleum refinery naphtha splitter.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Low-resolution distribution

N002 #2, 2001-03-15 Improper liquid level problems caused by incorrect density used with a DP cell: cryogenic gas plant and petroleum refinery FCC main fractionator.
Hanging downcomers and high-capacity trays.
N001  #1, 2000-12-01 Foam a major cause of tower problems.
Thermosyphon reboiler operation: affect of liquid levels on heat duty in a recirculating system without a baffle: petroleum refinery naphtha splitter.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Tiff distribution

N002 #2, 2001-03-15 Improper liquid level problems caused by incorrect density used with a DP cell: cryogenic gas plant and petroleum refinery FCC main fractionator.
Hanging downcomers and high-capacity trays.
N001  #1, 2000-12-01 Foam a major cause of tower problems.
Thermosyphon reboiler operation: affect of liquid levels on heat duty in a recirculating system without a baffle: petroleum refinery naphtha splitter.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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This page updated 16 December 2003.
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