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  • There's a lot of issues involved here in your problem statement, and I agree with Scott Love's response.  Unless you're willing to jump onto a huge learning curve in order to get this done correctly, then a popular phrase is "You may not even know what ...

  • Excellent summary Eric! Although I think that sharing is good (especially the PSM practices), I think that home grown process engineering expertise creates a lot of value for the facility that is never attributed to good process engineering. Canadian ...

  • Neglecting the COVID effect... The biggest changes is the retirement of experts in industry who started their careers in the 80's and early 90's.  We had a huge oil crush in the 80's, causing many people NOT to choose chemical engineering as a career. ...

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  • What are the biggest changes to process engineering that you expect to see in the coming decade? ------------------------------ David Gedymin Sr. Process Engineer ZPower Battery, Inc. Tarzana CA ------------------------------

  • Will do.  Thanks, Scott. ------------------------------ Mark Lambert Senior Consultant Watson Millican & Co. Allen TX ------------------------------