1. Improving Productivity and cost reduction in Fertilizer Industry. By Duleep Singh, Chairman FAI and Chairman & Managing Director RCF..
2. Problems & Prospects of Improving Productivity of Coal-Based Ammonia Plants. By P. L. Kukreja, Managing Director, The Fertilizer Corporation of India Ltd, New Delhi. )
3. Strategies for improving fertilizer use Efficiency and stimulating Fertilizer Consumption in India. By Joseph Kurien , Chairman & Managing Director, Madras Fertiliser Ltd., Madras & Vice-Chairman, Fertiliser Association of India.
4. Role of FAI in Manpower Development in Fertiliser Industry. By Gopal Sohbti , Chief Executive, The Fertiliser Association of India, New Delhi.
5. Controls for STAG Combined-Cycle Plants By W. G. Carberg, H. G. Chu, J. C. McMullan, C. V. H. Shepard, General Electric Co. U. S. A.
Oct-Dec. 1985, Issue
Special Supplement: Hindustan Organic Chemicals Ltd.
1. The Extent and Rate of Capacity Increase in Process Plants. By D. J. Brehnam and G. K. Stephens
2. Application of Gas Turbines in the Process Industry By Robert L. Van Housen and Thomas C. Heard., General Electric Co. U.S.A.
3. A word about PDIL By PPE Editorial Department
4. Growth of Fertilizer Industry in India By P. A. Bhaskara Rao, PDIL
5. Fertilizer Production – Choice of technology for Future By A. K. Bhaduri , Chief Engineer , Planning , PDIL
6. Gas – Based Fertilizer Projects – And PDIL By T. R. Chandra General Manager (Commercial) PDIL
7. Computer in Project Management at PDIL By V. C. Rai – PDIL, Sindri
8. PDIL’s Capabilities in Environmental Engineering. By Dr. V. K. Seth, Projects & development India Ltd.
9. Cooling Water Treatment for Scale , Corrosion and Sludge Control By Mahendra R. Patel, Technical Director, Ashok Impex Gujarat private Ltd.
April- June / July-Sept. 1985 , Issue
Special Supplement: Hindustan Organic Chemicals Ltd.
1. Public Sector Achievements of Sixth Plan & Challenges in Seventh Plan By H. Krishnamurthy, Chairman & Managing Director, HOC Ltd.
2. Hindustan Organic Chemicals Limited - A Nucleus for Industrial Growth. By Dr. P. V. Arur , Chief Tech. Services Manager, HOCL.
3. Phenol Project at Cochin - A milestone in HOC By V. H. Chudamani , Chief Projects Manager, HOCL.
4. Fedo’s Role In Phenol Project By ( V. Ganesan, Chief Project Manager – FEDO)
5. Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene - A Joint Sector Project , at Medak By N. S. Gambhir, Chief Projects Manager, HOCL
6. Plant Maintenance in Chemical Industry - A Review By Y. R. Karandikar, General Manager (Production & Engg.), HOCL
7. Waste Water Treatment and Pollution Control - At Hindustan Organic Chemicals Ltd., Rasayani By Dr. P. V. Arur Chief Tech., Services Manager, HOCL
8. Research & Development Activities At Hindustan organic Chemicals Ltd., By Dr. M. Sriram, Chief R & D Manager, HOCL
9. Potential of Solar Energy in Chemicals Industry HOC’s Experience By R. M. Shende, Dy. Manager (Projects), HOCL
10. HOC’s Contribution To Space Research By K. S. Parameswaran, Manager (Projects) HOCL
11. Business Financing - A Review By K. Doraiswamy, Chief Finance Manager (Projects), HOCL
12. Marketing Operations of Hoc Products By Dr. B. G. Khare General Manager (Commercial) HOCL
13. Financial Highlights of HOC By V. K. Aundhe, Chief Finance Manager & Secretary, HOCL
14. A Thermal Performance monitor for Large Steam Turbines By T. P. Connolly, H. S. Shafer and K. B. Welles II, General Electric Company, U. S. A.
1. Gas Based Fertilizers Plants in Sixth Five Year Plan By Mr. V. G. Nadkar - Dy. General Manager, Thal Projects , RCF Mumbai.
2. Thal Project – Harbinger of a New Era By Mr. S. N. Jain - General Project Manager ( RCF - Thal Project)
3. Topsoe Technology in India By Mr. J. D. Jakobsen, Author is associated with Haldor Topsoe A/s. Denmark
4. Technology And Process – Thal Ammonia Plant By Mr. M. M. Shastri, Author is associated with RCF - Thal Project
5. Procurement For Project – Magnitude, Organisation and Role of Consultants By Mr. J. N. Jani - Materials Manager, (RCF- Thal Project)
6. Planning and Monitoring of The Project By Mr. Prem Prakash, Author is associated with RCF-Thal Project.
7. Financial Management And Control By Mr. C. P. Devasia, Author is associated with RCF-Thal Project.
8. To Breathe Or Not To Breathe? By Dr. (Mrs) Pushpa Mulik - Chief Medical Officer , RCF - Thal Project.
9. Is Pollution Control A Problem To RCF? By Mr. M. R. K. Menon, Author is associated with RCF-Thal Project.
10.Steam And Power Generation Plant For Thal Fertilizer Project By Mr. B. G. Zarbade – Senior Project Engineer of DCPL Bombay Office
11. Water Treatment Plant For Thal Project By Mr. K.D. Dudwadkar, Author is associated with Tulsi Fine Chemical Industries Private Limited.
12.Steam Turbines As Prime Movers in Thal Ammonia Plant By Mr. G. V. Rami Reddy, Author is associated with BHEL, Hyderabad.
July - Sept. 1983, Issue
Special issue on – Water and Effluent Treatment
1. Econmic Prevention Consideration in Water Pollution Control By N. G. Ashar , G. M. (IPEE Division), Dharamsi Morarjee Chemicals Co. Ltd., Ambernath
2. Water Pollution Control Technology – Present State of Art By Shri R. Natarajan , Divisional Manager , Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Ltd.
3. Heat Recovery From Dye House Effluent By Mr. P. B. Nayar , President and Chief Executive , S.I.T.E.Ltd. and Mr. Subba Rao is associated with S.I.E.T. Ltd., in Thermal Division of Plate Heat Exchangers.
4. Algae & Slime Control with Chlorine and Non-oxidizing Biocides By Satish Bhadri , Envirochem Systems.
5. Some Aspects of Water Treatment Project Execution By K. D. Dudwadkar , Thermax Pvt. Ltd.
6. Exchange Resins By R. V. Krishnan , Thermax Pvt. Ltd.
7. Package Plants for Treatment of Water By R. V. Krishnan , Thermax Pvt. Ltd. .
8. Waste Waster filtration By R. M. Pande
Oct- Dec. 1983, Issue
9. Execution Of DAP / NPK Plants in India By J. S. Vasani and S. T. Attari , Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Limited.
10. Fertilizer Production and Productivity By D. S. Vernekar, Deputy General Manager, Rashtriya Chemicals & fertilizers Ltd., Bombay
11. Project Management and Management Systems. By J. D. Jakobsen, Project Manager , Haldor Tosoe A/S. Denmark.
12. The Scope and Role of Industrial Development Bank of India In the development of Merchant Banking in the Country. By Mr. W. K. Mangaonkar, Dy. General Manager
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