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Atricle : January-March 2015
Focus On: POWER SECTOR

  • Articles:
  • 1. A hybrid process for reducing blow down from cooling tower in Thermal Power Stations
    By Dr. S. Santhanam, Chief CARD, NLC Limited, Neyveli, Tamilnadu, M. Kumarasamy, CARD, NLC Limited, Neyveli, Tamilnadu, Dr. K. Saravanan, Professor & Head, Department of Chemical Engineering, Dr. K. Chandramohan, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Dr. Kalaivani, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kongu, Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, Tamilnadu
  • 2. 375 MW Thermal Power Station, Dhuvaran
    Successful Implementation of optimized layour thru Bentley Solution -Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  • 3. Solar Technology for Modern & Efficient Cities
    By Ratnadip Bhattacharjee, CEO, ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore.

Article : April- June 2015
Focus on : WATER & WASTE TREATMENT

  • Articles:
  • 1. Dar Al-Omran Meets Tight Deadlines
    For the Zarqa Water Network Restructuring and Rehabilitation Project. -Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  • 2. Wastewater treatment in Process Industry
    By Anil Menon, Principal Engineer-Mechanical Department, Aker Powergas Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
  • 3. Thermal imaging helps the Berlin Water Company to provide a continuous service -FLIR Commercial Systems B.V., Netherlands
  • 4. Effective Team Building for high performance in organizations.
    By Namita Karmakar, Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies, S. Paneerselvam, Department of Management Studies, St. Peter’s University, Avadi, Chennai SK. Masud Hossain, Muslim Association College of Engineering, Venjaranoodu, Trivadrum

Article July-September 2015
Focus on : CEMENT INDUSTRY & INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Articles:
  • 1. Indian Cement Industry -Current status and challenges
    By A. K. Jain, Technical Advisor, Ultra Tech Cement Ltd., Mumbai.
  • 2. Making Cement Plants more sustainable -use of Tire Derieved Fuel (T.D.F)
    By Pradeep Kumar Mittal, Chief General Manager, Rishi Raj, Dy Group Manager, HOLTEC Consulting Private Ltd., Gurgaon, Haryana
  • 3. Preventing shut downs and fires FLIR T440 thermal imaging camera:
    A perfect tool for electrical inspections. -FLIR Commercial Systems, Belgium

  • 4. Growth of Information Technology industry in India.
    By Namita Karmakar, Sk. Masud Hossain, Muslim Association College of Engineering, Venjaramoodu, Trivadrum S. Paneerselvam, Department of Management Studies, St. Peter’s University, Avadi, Chennai

Articles: October-December 2015
Focus on: EPC-PROCESS PLANT MACHINERY

  • Case Study:
  • 1. iSAT Network Engineers Design Substations 40% faster with the Bentley Substation Solution
    By Victor Alvarez, Senior Manager ( Applications Advantage), Bentley Systems Inc.
  • 2. Overcoming brownfield project execution challenges.
    -Intergraph Process, Power & Marine, Netherlands.
  • 3. CCC Enhance ROI on Midfield Terminal Project at Abu Dhabi Airport Using BIM-driven Approach
    By Anne Busson, Industry Marketing Manager ( Construction), Bentley Systems Inc.
  • 4. Compact thermal imaging camera from FLIR continuously monitors packaging quality -FLIR Systems India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
  • 5. PROGNOST-NT Online Monitoring System for Piston Compressors optimizes your compressor maintenance and performance.
  • By Sanjay Pathak, Vice President-Component, Spares & Service, Burckhardt Compression India Pvt. Ltd., Kondhapuri, Pune.
  • 6. Non-thermal processing of foods
    By Priyenka Devi. K. S, Kirankumar R., Harish Karthikeyan. R., Saravanan S. Dept. of Food Technology, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Chennai.
  • 7. Advancing AODD pump design for dangerous chemicals
    By Ravi Prasad, Director (Sales), Dover India Pvt. Ltd. – PSG, Chennai.
  • 8. Air heaters for LNG Regasification Terminals in India
    By Amrendra Anand Bet, General Manager-Process, Ugrasen Yadav, Principal Engineer, Technip India Ltd., Noida.

Article : Annual 2015
Focus on : OIL-GAS & REFINERY SECTOR

  • Case Study:
  • 1. Clean diesel technology is key to improving quality of life.
    By Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director, Diesel Technology Forum, Washington DC, USA.
  • 2. MOSES Minimizes Redundant Steel in ORCA Offshore’s Analysis of Self-installing Platform
    By Anne-Marie Walters, Industry Marketing Director, Process and Resources, Bentley Systems Inc.
  • 3. A condenser and reboiler for the space age Saving space at the Syzran oil refinery -Alfa Laval (India) Limited, Pune

  • Articles:

  • 4. Design Validation and Modification of Three-Phase Separator using CFD Analysis for enhanced process performance
    By Kumaraprasad Ganesan, Senior Process Engineer, Shirish Sathaye, Deputy Chief Engineer, Akhil Jain, Process Engineer, Prakash Bendale, General Manager, Process and Technology Group, Technip India Ltd., Mumbai.
  • 5. Eliminate leaks from reciprocating compressor packings. -HOERBIGER India Pvt. Ltd., Pune, India
  • 6. Inspectahire relies on the FLIR GF320 Optical Gas Imaging camera for maintenance inspections and hydrocarbon leak detection in the offshore oil and gas industry. FLIR Systems India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
  • 7. Carbon Capture Technologies
    By Sukla Roy, Principal Process Engineer, Hydrogen & Syngas group, Jagriti Jha, Senior Process Engineer, Hydrogen & Syngas group, Maruti Rama Krishna Ethakota, Head, Process and Technology Department, Technip India Ltd., Noida, India.

Article: January-March 2014
Focus on: STEEL INDUSTRY

  • Articles:
  • 1. Increasing the Productivity of Sinter Machines through Modified Charging Chute
    By S. Thirumalai Selvam, Arunaba Das, Subhasis Chaudhuri, R & D Centre for Iron and Steel (RDCIS), Steel Authority of India Limited, Ranchi, India
  • 2. Stopford Projects Uses ProSteel to Model Corrosion at Victorian-era Soda Ash Plant
    - A Case Study By David Coupe, Piping Department Manager,Stopford Projects, Bentley Systems, Inc.
  • 3. Typical approach for Ammonia Plant Gas Conversion Project
    By A. Mohan, V.Jayaraman, Ms. S. Jeyanthi, Y.Narayanan,Operating Centre, Technip India Limited, Chennai.

Article: April-June 2014
Focus on: WATER ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

  • Articles:
  • 1. Activated Charcoal Treatment of Nitrogenous Fertilizer Industry Wastewaters in Fluidized-bed reactor
    By SK. Masud Hossain, Muslim Association College of Engineering, Venjaramoodu, Trivandrm, Kerala.
  • 2. Treatment of textile dyeing industry wastewater in Reverse Osmosis using with Anova method
    By Dr. M. Ramesh Kumar, D. Vasanthkumar, G. Gunasekaran, Department of Fashion Technology, Sona College of Technology, Salem, Tamilnadu,Dr. K. saravanan, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kongu Engineering College, Perunduraim Erode, Tamil Nadu
  • 3. Workable Solutions For Real Time Waste Water Monitoring
    By Shantanu Choudhari, Product Manager, Forbes Marshall Ltd., Pune.
  • 4. Approaches to Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaning with a Case Study
    By R. Baskar, C. Gomadurai, M. S. Giri Nandagopal, Department of Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical and Food Sciences, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Tamilnadu.
  • 5. Biodegradation of Phenolic Wastewaters using Candida tropicalis in three phase fluidized-Bed Reactor
    By SK. Masud Hossain, Muslim Asociation College of Engineering,Venjaramoodu, Trivandrum, Kerala.

Article: July-September 2014
Focus on : CEMENT INDUSTRY & INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Articles:
  • 1. Present status of Cement Industry and the future challenges
    By A. K. Jain Technical Advisor,Ultra Tech Cement Ltd., Mumbai
  • 2. Adoption of new concepts in material handling in cement and other mineral industries
    By Jai P. Gupta, Chief General Manager, P. K. Mittal, Chief General Manager, HOLTEC Consulting Private Limited, Gurgaon, Haryana

  • 3. Design and Implementation of FLC based temperature controller for 3-phase heater control
    By Arun D. Sonar (Limgaokar) , Sujay D. Kadam, Department of Instrumentation Engineering, Padmashree Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Engineering and Technology, Pimpri, Pune Dr. Rajan H. Chile, Department of Instrumentation Engineering, S. G. G. S. Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vishnupuri, Nanded.
  • 4. ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Operation Uses AssetWise Performance Management to Achieve USD 2.1 Million in Saving in one Year
    - Bentley Systems, Inc.

Article: October - December 2014
Focus on : EPC-PROCESS PLANT MACHINERY

  • Articles:
  • 1. Cut operating costs and increase production with Alfa Laval T35/TS35
    - Alfa Laval (India) Ltd., Pune
  • 2. The Year in Infrastructure 2014 Conference, International Conference Report
    - Bentley Systems, Inc.
  • 3. Delhi ‐ An Emerging Beacon For other states in India towards Sustainable Development and Improvement of the Environment
    By Deepika , Planning & Design Engineer, Raman Kumar, Associate Director (Project Manager-SMP), AECOM India Pvt. Ltd., Delhi
  • 4. Super Critical Boiler Technology
    By Dr. K. Chandramohan, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, Tamilnadu

Article: Annual 2014
Focus on : OIL-GAS & REFINING

  • Articles:
  • 1. Using Compact Plate Heat Exchangers to Optimize Heat Recovery in Refineries
    By Eva Andersson, M.Sc. Chem. Eng. Market Manager Refinery, Alfa Laval Lund AB
  • 2. Optimizing performance in Industrial Wastewater Treatment
    By Greg Kriebel, Sales Manager, Ravi Prasad, Director (Sales), PSG India, Chennai.
  • 3. Functional Safety SIL
    By M. N. Balachandra, Vice-President, Marketing, AUMA India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore
  • 4. CNGS Engineering Accelerates Offshore Oil Field Development Using Bentley Structural Analysis and Design Software
    A Case Study - Bentley Systems, Inc.
  • 5. Surge analysis of Ethylene cross country pipeline
    By P. Srinivasan, Chief Engineer, A. Mohan, Vice President, Technip India Limited, Operating Centre, Chennai

Article : January-March 2013
Focus on : POWER SECTOR

  • Case Studies:
  • 1. L & T - Sargent & Lundy Uses MicroStation for 3D Design of Supercritical Power Plant in India
  • 2. Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute Standardizes on Bentley on $730 Million Project.

  • Articles:

  • 3. Loss of efficiency in Power Generation and Role of Silica in this Process
    By Nitin Kirloskar, Head-Marketing (Control Instrumentation Group), Forbes Marshall, Pune.
  • 4. Mist type Water jet vacuum condensers as an alternative to steam jet ejectors/Vacuum Pumps for energy conservation
    By Makarand Chitale, Director ( Technical) Mist Ressonance Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Pune

Article: April-June 2013
Focus on : WATER & WASTE MANAGEMENT

  • Articles:

  • 1. Wastewater Management in Urban Centres of India.
    By R. M. Bhardwaj, Senior Scientist, Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi.
  • 2. How Safety can boost Machine Performance.
    By George Schuster, Certified Functional Safety Expert and Senior Industry, Consultant, Safety and Sustainability Solutions, Rockwell Automation.
  • 3. Sewage treatment plant as JSPMS Instituite, Wagholi, Pune.
    By Water Treatment Equipments, Pune.
  • 4. Advancing AODD Pump Design for Dangerous Chemicals
    By Xavier Rasotto, Chemical Market Manager, EMEA, Wilden® & Pump Solutions Group (PSG®), Ravi Prasad, Director (Sales), Pump Solutions Group(PSG), Chennai.
  • 5. Textile Dyeing industry effluent using advanced treatment method.
    By Dr. M. Ramesh Kumar, G. Gunasekaran, D. Vasanth Kumar, Department of Fashion Technology, Sona College of Technology, Salem, Tamilnadu, Dr. K. Saravanan, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kongu Engineering College, Erode, Tamilnadu.
  • 6. $6.1 Billion Thames Tideway TunnelProject Standardizes on Bentley’s ProjectWise
    By Bentley Systems, Incorporated.
  • 7. E-Waste: Hazards and Effective Management
    By Dr. N. K. Rana, Professor and Principal, Theem College of Engineering , Boisar, Mumbai.
  • 8. BioSens: Quick BOD measuring system
    By Snehal Bari, Lab-In Charge, Forbes Marshall BOD Lab, Pune
  • 9. Adsorption of Nickel ( Ni +4) onto Activated Mustard Oil Cake Carbon in Continuous Stirred Batch Reactor (CSBR).
    By SK. Masud Hossain, Muslim College of Engineering, Centre for Advanced Studies and Research, Venjaramoodu, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
  • 10. Indian Water Industry ‐ Creating A Better Environment.
    By Bentley Systems, Incorporated.

Article: July-September 2013
Focus on : CEMENT INDUSTRY & INFRASTRUCTURE

  • 1. Cement Industry in India ‐ A Report Corporate News:
  • 2. Holcim to form panel to integrate Ambuja, ACC operations
  • 3. Omnia Fertilizer awards ‐Uhde India Cryogenic Ammonia Storage Tank Contract.
  • 4. Atlas Copco compressors power ‐ UK’s largest compressed natural gas vehicle filling station
  • 5. New Emerging green mining technologies Soon to make mining more efficient, cleaner and safer
  • 6. CW Research releases update for its world cement consumption forecase report.
  • 7. Solid Foundation Teamwork and partnership are the key to building a cement works from scratch in Upper Egypt.
  • 8. World-renowned Leaders in Infrastructure to keynote at Bentley’s Year in Infrastrutcture 2013 Conference in London, Oct.29-31

  • Articles:

  • 9. Cement Industries ‐ India.
    By Suman Mukherjee, Managing Director and CEO, Shree Digvijay Cement Co. Ltd., - India. Votorantim Cimentos EAA,A Votorantim Group Company, HQ-Brazil.
  • 10. Present Status of Cement Industry and Future Outlook.
    By A. K. jain, Technical Advisor, Ultra Tech Cement Ltd., ( Cement Business), Mumbai.
  • 11. ArcelorMittal Mines Canada Saves CAD 7 Million Annually in the Maintenance shop.
    By Bentley Systems, Incorporated.
  • 12. Consulting services for 10,000 tpd Cement Project Of Jaiprakash Associates Ltd., (JAL), in Andhra Pradesh, India.
    By S. K. Gupta, Chief General Manager, P. K. Mittal, Chief General Manager, Rishi Raj General Manager, Holtec Consulting Private Limited (HOLTEC), Gurgaon, India.
  • 13. Advanced Research in Microelectronics with the VHX.

Article: October-December 2013
Focus on : EPC-PROCESS PLANT MACHINERY

  • Corporate News:
  • 1. HRS heat exchanger increases energy production from waste
  • 2. Kirloskar Brothers Limited Celebrates five decades of Manufacturing Excellence at Dewas
  • 3. Generation 3 RDS from GEA Nu‐Con helps processors guard against product contamination
  • 4. Innovation in Yellow and soft Cheese Production.
  • 5. Bentley Systems , Inc
    ‐ A Report on the Be Inspired Conference-2013

  • Article:

  • 6. Responsible Industrial Growth Concern for the Environment
    By Samir Bhandarkar, Divisional Manager, Forbes Marshall Pvt. Ltd., Pune.
  • 7. Wastewater Treatment in Textile Processing industry using advanced treatment technology
    By Dr. M. Ramesh Kumar, D.Vasanth Kumar, Associate Professor, Dept. of Fashion Technology, Sona College of Technology, Salem, Tamilnadu Dr. K. Saravanan, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, Tamilnadu.
  • 8. Drying of Food materials ‐A critical review
    By K. Saravanan, N. Deepa Priya, K. S. Priyenka Devi, K. Chandramohan, School of Chemical and Food Sciences, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai
  • 9. Treatment of Tannery Effluent
    ‐ An Overview By DeepaPriya N, Priyenka Devi K. S. Saravanan K, School of Chemical and Food Sciences,Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai.
  • 10. Studies on Alcohol Fermentation of Cashew Apple juice using Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
    By SK. Masud Hossain, Muslim Association College of Engineering, Centre for Advanced Studies and Research , Kerala, N. Anatharaman, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapally, Manas Das, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Calcutta, Kolkata.
  • 11. New Projects

Article: December 2013
Special Supplement : RASHTRIYA CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZERS LIMITED (RCF)
Focus on: INDIAN FERTILIZER INDUSTRY-2013

  • 1. Growth and Performance of Indian Fertilizer Industry
    By Dr. S. Nand, Manish Goswami, Fertiliser Association of India, New Delhi. V. K. Goyal, Consultant, New Delhi
  • 2. Indian Fertilizer Industry -An Overview
    By M. N. Bhaskaran, Executive Vice-President, Downstream Business, Nagarjuna Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited, Hyderabad.
  • 3. Pollution Control through Effective Environmental Monitoring Practices at GNFC
    By Dr. M. J. Kapadia, Chief Mgr., ST. Sharma, Sr. Mgr., Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd., Bharuch, Gujarat.
  • 4. Optimum Design of Activated Sludge Tank for Effluent Treatment of Fertilizers and Chemical of Travancore Ltd (FACT)
    By SK. Masud Hossain, Muslim Association College of Engineering, Centre for Advanced Studies and Research, Venjaramoodu, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
  • 5. Environmental Management of Fertilizer Industries in India.
    By H. V. Gurudutt, Senior Environmental Engineer, Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi.
  • 6. Distillation Column Internals: The Right Choice makes the difference.
    By Rohit Kardile, Asst. Manager ‐ Sales & APT, Vinit Kale, Dy. Manager – Sales & APT, Sulzer India Ltd.,
  • 7. RCF Celebrates 50 years of Trombay Unit.
  • 8. A TALK WITH R. G. Rajan , Chairman & Managing Director, Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd.,(RCF), Mumbai
    By Suresh Kadam-Chief Editor, Process & Plant Engineering
  • 9. RCF in Pursuit of Excellence
    By C. M. T. Britto, Director ( Technical), Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Mumbai
  • 10. Energy Conservation at RCF, Trombay
    By Abir Banerjee, Executive Director, Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Trombay.
  • 11. Environment Management at Trombay Unit
    By Abir Banerjee, Executive Director, Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Trombay.
  • 12. Energy conservation at RCF, Thal
    By R. K. Jain, Executive Director, Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Mumbai.
  • 13. Environmental Management at RCF Thal Unit
    By R. K. Jain, Executive Director, Thal, Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Mumbai.
  • 14. Financial Management in Fertilizer Industry in the Present Scenario
    By Gautam Sen, Director Finance, Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Mumbai.
  • 15. Fertilizer Marketing
    By Ahsok Ghasghase, Director (Marketing) Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Mumbai.
  • 16. The Activities & RCF’s Commitment at Field Level during 2012/ 2013
  • 17. CSR Activities - Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd.
    By R. B. Patil, Chief Sustainability Officer & Executive Director (Finance), Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Mumbai.

Article Annual 2013
Focus on : OIL-GAS & REFINING

  • 1. Safety: An Invetment in Business Sustainability and Effective Risk Management
    By Jim Porter President, Sustainable Operations Solutions, LLC, Bentley Systems, Inc.
  • 2. AUMA Actuators for Oil Terminal Automation
    - Auma India Private Limited, Bangalore
  • 3. HydroCOM Stepless Capacity Control System
  • 4. Dryer automation using PLC
    By Lalit R. Chaoudhari, Arun D. Sonar (Limgaokar), Mayura P. Sukaalkar, Sujay D. Kadam, Department of Instrumentation Engineering, Padmashree Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Engineering and Technology, Pune, Dr. Rajan H. Chile, Department of Instrumentation Engineering, S. G. G. S. Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vishnupuri, Nanded.
  • 5. Sanicro 28 - A corrosion resistant Alloy from Sandvik Materials Technology for Sour service in Refineries, Oil & Gas Industry
    By Venkat Ramesh, Technical Marketing Manager-Tube, Sandvik Asia Pvt. Ltd., Pune

  • Corporate News:

  • 1. Tata Steel wins CII National Award for Excellence in Water Management 2011
  • 2. Waree announcwes the successful completion of 10 MW Solar PV Project at Gujarat.
  • 3. Global warming could be similar across ecosystems
  • 4. Muscat Wastewater Project, Oman
  • 5. Octant Industries to implement Biomass cum Thermal Power Project in Orissa
  • 6. GSFC to set up new Bio-complex for production of Liquid Biofertilizers, etc.
  • 7. India can be a great power using more renewable energy
  • 8. Government to encourage NTPC, Damodar Valley to maximise production to help Power Plants
  • 9. Essar Oil Plans to raise Rs. 3000 crore in 15 months to boost liquidity
  • 10. WBCSD seeks to reduce carbon footprint of Indian cement industry
  • 11. MAN Industries Bags order worth Rs.500 cr

  • Article
  • 12. How to achieve effective Air Pollution Control by using existing installations Best Practices in gas-phase Air Filtration Systems upgrades
    By Maia Samb, Purafil, Inc.
  • 13. VOC recovery from Gasoline/ Naphtha loading terminals
    By S. K. Saxena, Mott MacDonald, Mumbai
  • 14. Mitigation of Environmental pollution: Initiatives by RCF
    By R. P. Paradkar, DGM (Co-ordination), RCF Ltd., Mumbai
  • 15. Measures for Zero effluent discharge and sustainable environment: NFL, Nangal Initiatives
    By B. G. Singh, T. K. Batra, National Fertilisers Limited, Nangal Unit (Punjab)
  • 16. Study of Micro algae Cultivation in Wastewater treatment using Photobioreator
    By K. Sumithrabai, Asst. Prof., Dr. M. Thirumarimurugan, Associate Prof., Dr. T. Kannadasan, Prof & Head of the Dept., Dept. of Chemical Engg., Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore
  • 17. Anaerobic Treatment of Distillery Wastewaters in fluidized-bed Bioreactor for Biohydrogenation and Mathematical Modeling
    By SK. Masud Hossain, Centre for Advanced Studies and Research, Younus College of Engineering & Technology, Kollam
  • 18. Textile Industry effluent treatment using mathematical modeling
    By M. Ramesh Kumar, Department of Textile Technology, SSM College of Engineering, Komarapalayam, Namakkal, Tamil Nadu K. Saravanan, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kongu Engineering College, Perunduraim Erode, Tamil Nadu.
  • 19. Electronics of Air Purification
    By Dr. S. S. Verma , Department of Physics, S. L.I.E.T., Longowal, Distt.-Sangrur,Punjab
  • 20. Materials hold the key for environmental protection
    By Rohit Nath, Intertec instrumentation, New Delhi
  • 21. Conveyor Backstops, breaks and breaks and backstops in combination in material handling
    By Amar Mulay, Managing Director, Dynawall Conveying and Elevating Co. Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai The author is Hon. Editor of PPE-Material handling Features
  • 22. Timing in everything Fast and Accurate delivery times from Griswold TM Pumps Help keep a Major Coke Operation Up and Running
    By Rob Guertin, Marketing (Manager), Grand Terrace, GriswoldTM Pump Company, CA, USA
  • 23. Fueling energy needs
    By Prabhakar Bhandarkar, Director, Simon India Limited, Mumbai. The author is Hon. Editor of PPE ‐ Process Plant & Machinery

Article April – June 2012
Focus on : CEMENT INDUSTRY

  • Articles:
  • 1. Solutions for Cement Industry
    By Pradeep Karnik, Vice President, Industry Business, Schneider Electric, India
  • 2. Tianjin Waterworks Group chooses Bentley WaterGEMS and HAMMER to improve Efficiency and Reduce Water Loss
  • 3. Green and Eco-Friendly Construction Material -High Volume Fly ash Concrete
    By A. K. Jain, Technical Advisor, Ultra Tech Cement Ltd., Mumbai
  • 4. Indoor Air Purification
    By Dr. S. S. Verma, Department of Physics, S. L. I. E. T., Longowal, Distt.-Sangrur, Punjab
  • 5. FLSmidth’s 10m-long Filter Bag Technology cuts emissions and reduces operating costs
    By Carl-Vilhelm Rasmussen, Development Engineer Henrik Vittrup Pedersen, Global General Manager Fabric Filter Technology, Airtech- Air Pollution Control, FLSmidth A/S, Denmark
  • 6. Responsible Industrial Growth Concern for the Environment
    By Samir Bhandarkar, Divisional Manager, Forbes Marshall Pvt. Ltd., Pune , India
  • 7. Bentley Issues 2012
    Be Inspired Awards Call for Submissions
  • 8. Total Cost of Ownership -A Strategic Tool for Decision Making
    By Jerry Belanger, Global Marketing Director for Lifecycle Services, Honeywell Process Solutions.
  • 9. Simulation of Air Pollutant emissions from combustion of Methane using Aspen Plus
    By Dr. R. Bhaskar, R. Sridhar, Process Simulation and Design Laboratory, Department of Chemical Engineering School of Chemical and Food Sciences, Perundurai, Tamilnadu
  • 10. End to End Solutions for cement projects -Promac Engineering Industries Ltd., India.

Article : July-September.2012 Focus On : STEEL INDUSTRY

  • Articles:
  • 1. Zinc –iron alloy electrodeposited coatings for steel corrosion protection
    By Dr. M. Kanagasabapathy, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chem., Dr. S. Somasekaran, Head and Associate Professor, Dept. of Physics, Rajus’ College, Affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University, Rajapalayam, Tamilnadu, Dr. Sobha Jayakrishnan, Dy. Director, Head & Senior Principal Scientist, Indus. Metal Finishing Tech. Divn., Central Electrochemical research inst., Karaikudi, Tamilnadu.
  • 2. Cost Efficient solution for recuperator application in Steel Mills
    By Johan Wallin, Tommy Sand, AB Sandvik Materials Technology, Sandviken, Sweden
  • 3. A novel high frequency induction Heating system and its application in Steel Industry
    By Dr. N. K. Rana, Professor and Principal, Theem College of Engineering, Mumbai
  • 4. Executes Raw Material handling Plant in IISCO (SAIL) expansion Project
    -Mcnally Bharat Engg.Co. Ltd., Kolkata.
  • 5. Maximizing steam turbine/compressor performance with precise torque monitoring at the coupling
    By Daniel Phillips, Manager, Field Service Engineering, Kop-Flex, Emerson Industrial Automation, Hanover, MD Trevor Mayne, Machinery Engineer, Mark Ellul, Qenos I & E Specialist, Qenos Olefins Australia
  • 6. Duplex 2205 Stainless Steel for plate Heat Exchangers
    Outokumpu India Private Limited, New Delhi.
  • 7. Crossrail and Bentley Systems Launch
    UK’s first dedicated Building Information Modeling academy.


  • 8. INCONEL alloy 625® - Ready for the Sour Gas Era
    By Jan War, CEO Neville Thomas, Chief Metallurgist and Business Development, Corrotherm International Ltd., UK.
  • 9. ISA Standard 71.04: Changes required for Protection of today’s Process Control Equipment
    By Chris Muller, Purafil, Inc., Doraville, Georgia , USA, Grant Crosley, Visy Pulp & Paper, Campbellfield VIC Australia.
  • 10. Tyre manufacturing Technology
    By Ms. Shonali Mulay, Director – Public Relations, Dynawall Conveying and Elevating Co. Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
  • 11. New Steel Projects In India
  • Article : October-December’2012
    Special Supplement : UHDE INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
    Focus on: EPC –PROCESS PLANT & MACHINERY

    • 1. Why Next Generation X Tube® Corrugated Tube Heat Exchanger ?
      By Mehul Mehta, Director, Kinam Engineering Industries, Mubai.
    • 2. A Pump built for Chemical Compatibility
      By Johannes Meijer, Global Product Manager Peristaltic Pumps, Pump Solutions Group (PSG®), Ravi Prasad, Dover India Pvt. Ltd., PSG Chennai.
    • 3. Chemical cleaning of Boilers
      By K. Chandramohan, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Tamilnadu.
    • 4. Mist Elimination challenges in Corrosive applications.
      By Vinit Kale, Sulzer India Ltd., Pune , India Daniel R. Egger, Sulzer Chemtech Ltd., Winterthur, Switzerland

    Article: Annual 2012
    Focus on: OIL-GAS & REFINING

    • 1. Bentley Announces Winners of 2012
      Be Inspired Awards: Innovation in Infrastructure Conference.
    • 2. Vapor Recovery in Natural Gas Reciprocating gas compressors establish a new standard in natural –gas vapor recovery thanks to their environmental and economic benefits.
      By Glenn Webb, Senior Product Specialist, Blackmer Compressors Division, Dover Corporation’s Pump Solutions Group (PSG®), Ravi Prasad, Dover India Pvt. Ltd. - PSG , Chennai.
    • 3. Oil & Gas and Uhde India
      By Amol Deshpande, Executive Engineer ( Business Development), Uhde India Private Limited, Mumbai.
    • 4. Use of Cranes for Various Industry Sectors
      By Sandeep Sukhija, CEO, S. Crane Engineering Works.
    • 5. Facilitating Efficient Equipment Cleaning Equipment design and cleaning procedure both play a role in thorough sterilization and cleaning.
      By Per-Ake Ohlsson, Alfa Laval Lund AB, Lund, Sweden .
    • 6. Adoption of innovative maintenance practices for laboratory instruments leading to cost savings at GNFC.
      By MJ. Kapadia, Sr. manager & Dr. RP. Farasram, Manager, Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd., Bharuch, Gujarat.
    • 7. The gas suspension absorber at Norcem’s Brevik Plant.
      By Steven W. Miller, Product Manager, Pyroprocessing Technology, FLSmidth Inc., Flemming Jensen, general Manager, FLSmidth A/S, Airtech, Air Pollution Control, Knut Erik Nielsen, Project Manager, Norcem AS.
    • 8. DRI: Past, Present & Future Ny Neeraj Gupta, Casting Consultant, G. D. Renwal, Sr. Executive Director, AIIFA.

January-March 1990, Issue

  • 1. Nitrophosphate Production An Attractive Option
    By O. Andreassen & E. Aasum, Norsk Hydro a.s. Licensing & Project Development Norway
  • 2. Problems and Prospects in Accelerating Indian Engineering Service Growth and Maximizing Use of Indigenous Equipment
    By S. N. Jain , Managing Director, National Fertilizers Ltd., New Delhi.
  • 3. Fertiliser Production Environment Protection through Recovery and Waste Utilisation
    By P. R. Sundaravadivelu, Executive Vice-President, SPIC Madras.
  • 4. NFL – A New Thrust to Socio- economic Scenerio
    By E. M. R. Krishnan, Manager ( PR & A) NFL
  • 5. Incineration of Hazardous Waste
    By S. S. Basargekar Dy. Manager ( Process Design) Thermax Private Limited, Pune
  • 6. Hazard and Risk Analysis in Process Safety
    By P.J. Waite ( Director, Cremen & Warner, London)

April-June 1990, Issue

  • 1. Petrochemical Industry In India
    By Dr. A. N. Dravid, Chief Executive and Managing Director and P. T. Ferreira, Humphreys & Glasgow Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
  • 2. SPIC’s Rs. 102 Crore
    -Manali Petrochemical Project
    SPIC well set to cross Rs. 1000 Crore Mark By 1992
    By Suresh Kadam, Chief Editor , PPE
  • 3. Manali Petrochemical The Trend Setter to the Nation
    By G. Raghavendran M. D. – MPL
  • 4. Manali Petrochemicals Ltd.
    A New Chapter Unfolds

    By R. J. menon, Chief Manager ( Marketing) MPL
  • 5. Manali Petrochemical Ltd. Present Activities And Future Prospects
    By G. Ramachandran , Chief Manager ( Operations)
  • 6. Polyether Polyols in India
    By R. J. Menon Chief Manager ( Marketing)
  • 7. Quality Control In MPL – Application Laboratory – Service To Our Customers:
    By M. Shivaswamy, Chief Manager ( Application laboratory & Quality Control)
  • 8. Electrical System For MPL Project
    By M. Manickam, Manager ( Electrical)
  • 9. Safety Strategies at - MPL
    By M. Shivaswamy , Chief Manager ( Application Laboratory & Quality Control)
  • 10. ‘ENCILIUM’
    A New Continuous Fermentation Process for Ethanol.

    By A. P. Pendse and G. R. Ventitakrishnan, Process Development Division, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune - 411 008.
  • 11. Locational Aspects in Chemical Industry
    By R. Kannan, the Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India Ltd. , Bombay
  • 12. Selection of Control Valves With Special Reference To Chemical Plants
    By Sat Pal, Chief Engg. (T.S), Hindustan Fertilizer Corporation Ltd., Haldia Division
  • 13. Refinery Performance Maximisation – The KBC Approach
    By John Dutton/Brian D. Swan KBC Advanced Technologies Ltd.
  • 14. Seminar Report
    Symposium On Treatment Options Sugar, Distillery, Paper and Allied Industries

    By S. I. Jambunathan, Secretary Dept. of Agriculture & Cooperation Govt. of Maharashtra.

July-September 1990, Issue
Special issue Power

  • 1. Power Scenario In Gujarat And India
    By V. J. Ambwani , Ex. Director ( Comm., Dist., & Trg., G. S. E. B)
  • 2. Status Report On Power Situation in Punjab
    By Tej Bhadur Varma, Chief Engineer, S. O. & E., P. S. E. B.,
  • 3. Towards More Powar
    By. B. N. Ojha, Additional General Manager ( Incharge), Farakka Super Thermal Power Project.
  • 4. Energy Conservation – Need of Nation’
    By K. L. Chopra, Director Conservation of Energy / Tej Bahadur Varma, Chief Engineer, S. O. & E., P. S. E. B.,
  • 5. Industrial Development Bank of India Energy Conservation Schemes
  • 6. Status Report On Power – APSEB
  • 7. Industrial Power System Protection An Overview
    By T. V. G. Menon, Chief Engineer ( Relay Systems), English Electric India.
  • 8. Program For Acceleration of Commercial Energy Research – ICICI
  • 9. Captive Power Plants

October-December 1990, Issue
Special issue Fertilizer: Special Supplement: GNFC

  • 1. Update On Critical Sealing Components in A Reciprocating Compressor
    By E. F. Regil, General Manager, Areco Consulting And Engineering AG, Switzerland
  • 2. Revamping Ammonia Converter For Increased Capacity And Lower Energy Consumption
    By L. Mariani, G. Guarino, Ammonia Casale S. A. –Lugano, Switzerland
  • 3. GNFC Nitrophosphate Complex
    By K. S. Shah, Executive Director, GNFC Bharuch
  • 4. Management’s Approach Towards Productivity Improvement at GNFC
    By A. N. Aggarwal Executive Director (O) & R. K. Khamkar Manager, GNFC
  • 5. Research & Development – Investment For Self Reliance, Excellence & Future Growth
    Dr. Jayalekshmy Ayyer, Manager ( R & D)
  • 6. Energy Conservation in Fuel Oil Based Ammonia Plant
    By A. N. Agarwal, Executive Director ( Operation), G. N. F. C. Bharuch
  • 7. New Trends at GNFC in Shut Down Planning and Execution
    By R. C. Desai, Addl. General Manager Fertilizer Division & M. N. Tirmak, Sr. Manager Compressor Group, Planning & Spares Management G. N. F. C.
  • 8. Changing Trend of Instrumentation In GNFC
    By Ravindra Kumar, Chief Manager ( Instt.)
  • 9. Human resources Development At GNFC
    By G. C. Taneja, Addl. General Manager
  • 10. Technical Management of Process Safety At Gujarat Narmada Valley fertilizers Company Limited
    By U. P. Jhaveri Chief Manager ( PMG), J. K. Ganatra Chief Manager ( F & S) G.N.F.C.
  • 11. Marketing Strategies of GNFC – Cost Aspects
    By Sarvesh Chandra, Executive Director ( Marketing)
  • 12. A Foolproof Strategy On Environment Protection, Compliance & Enrichment
    By V. K. Karla, Chief Manager, GNFC
  • 13. Industrial Relations At GNFC
    By K. K. Vagadia, Sr. Personnel Manager, G. N. F. C .
  • 14. Treatment of Effluents from Nitrophosphate Fertilizer Plant
    By R. V. Kadam and G. S. Saxena, Paramount Pollution Control Limited, Baroda.
  • 15. Indigenous Availability of Equipment & Components For Fertilizer Plants During Eighth Plan Period
    By K. Mukherjee P. D. I. L.
  • 16. The Norsk Hydro Hemi-Dihydrate (HDH) Process for the Direct Production of 50% P2O5 Phosphoric Acid and Pure Gypsum
  • 17. Revamping of Fertiliser Plants – Need and Advantages
    By K. Govindarajan Sr. Executive Director ( Tech) SPIC
  • 18. Use of Gas Turbines in Ammonia-Urea Plants
    By Dr. IB Dybkjaer, Haldor Topose A/S, Denmark
  • 19. Fertilizer Marketing in Maharashtra – A Status Appraisal
    By Dr. S. L. Tripathi, Professor, Rural Development, VAMNICOM, Pune.

January-March’ 1991, Issue

  • 1. Fertiliser Demand- supply Indian Situation
    By H. R. Patankar Chairman Managing Director, Gujarat State Fertilizers Company Limited.
  • 2. Advances in Reforming System Design
    By Robert V. Schneider, III The M. W. Kellogg Company Houston, Texas , U. S. A.
  • 3. Advanced Retrofitting Technology For Large Ammonia and Urea Plants
    By H. Mayo, Process Mangement Enterprises & L. Mariani , Ammonia Casale S. A.
  • 4. Developments in Partial Oxidation Ammonia from Low – Grade Oil Residues
    By Manuel E. Quintana, Texaco Development Corpn., USA & Geoffrey F. Skinner, foster wheeler Energy Ltd., U. K.
  • 5. Revamping of Existing Urea Plants
    By E. Dooyeweerd , Stamicarbon B. V, The Netherlands
  • 6. Research & Development for Electrical Industries
    By S. S. Murthy, Director, Electrical Research & Development Association, Vadodara
  • 7. Research And Development for Industrial Electrical Equipment
    By Prof. K. K. Schwarz ( Consultant)
  • 8. Has Pharma Production Low Priority ?
    By Y. H. Gharpure

April-June 1991, Issue

  • 10. PDIL’s Role And Capability
    By A. K. Bhaduri, PDIL
  • 11. Rehabilitation Of Fertiliser Plants – Role of PDIL
    By K. Mukherjee, PDIL
  • 12. Indigenous Availability of Equipment & Components For Fertilizer Plants During Eighth Plan Period
    By K. Mukherjee, PDIL.
  • 13. Fertilizer Catalysts – PDIL’s Role
    By D. S. Majumdar and D. K. Mukherjee, Projects & Development India Ltd., Sindri, Dhanbad (India)
  • 14. R & D Activities at PDIL
    By N. N. Tangri
  • 15. Globalization – Theme of 21st Century
    By P. S. Ahluwalia Director ( Mfg.) Batliboi & Company Limited
  • 16. The Role of Waxes in Coatings and Inks
    By karel H. M. Jansen.
  • 17. Chemical Plant Developments - Crossflow Microfiltration Technology Means Business
    By James Lock, Consultant Editor, “Processing”, London
  • 18. Relevance of Industrial R & D
    By N. P. Gupta, Bhel

July-Sept 1991, Issue
Special Supplement –MRL (Madras Refineries Limited)

  • 1. Indian Refineries Present & Future Scenario
    By M. Ravi Dy. Manager , ( Corp. Plng.) Madras Refineries Limited
  • 2. MRL’s Eighth Plan Proposals
    By M. P. Srinivasan, Dy. General Manager ( Development), Madras refineries Limited
  • 3. Performance of MRL
    Finance Division
  • 4. Technologies at Work at MRL (Technical Services)
  • 5. MRL’s Wax Plant
    By R. Nagarajan, Manager ( Wax Plant) Madras refineries Limited
  • 6. MRL’s Paraffin Wax Plant
    By N. K. Rajamani, Manager ( Mfg-Wax Plant), Madras Refineries Limited
  • 7. Online Optimisation – MRL’s Approach
    R. Siva Subramanian, Manager ( Optimisation), & P. Jayabal , Manager ( Optimisation)
  • 8. MRL’s Role in “Indian Additives Limited”
    By S. Pandarinathan, Sr. Manager ( IAL)
  • 9. Environmental Protection Measures at MRL
    By R. Ngarajan. Ch. Manager ( Energy Audit & Environment Control ) Madras Refineries Limited.
  • 10. Lube Expansion Project
    By K. V. Balan, Manager, Lube Expansion Project, Madras Refineries Limited

  • 11. Cauvery Basin Crude Distillation Unit Project
    By S. Chandrasekaran (CBCOU), Madras Refineries Limited
  • 12. Human Resources Development At MRL
    By V. V. Narayanan, Deputy Manager, Personnel, Madras Refineries Limited
  • 13. R &D Activities at MRL
    By R & D , Madras Refineries Limited
  • 14. “Man Is the Core of Industry” A Glance At Industrial Relations In MRL
    By A. Loyola, Manager ( Personnel), Madras Refineries Limited, Manali.
  • 15. Refinery Performance Maximisation – The KBC Approach
    By John Dutton/Brian D. Swan KBC Advanced Technologies Ltd.
  • 16. Combating Oil Slicks
    By A. Hussain
  • 17. Applications of Low Cost XRF Technology To On-Line Analysis
    By Scott R. Little & John S. Schindler, ASOMA Instruments, Inc. Austin, Texas
  • 18. A-15 Spiral RO Devices Du Pont’s ACMTM Excels in Purification of Boiler Feedwater
    By Lynn E. Applegate

October-December 1991, Issue
Special issue: Fertilizer
Special Supplement-GSFC

  • 1. GSFC – Its Success Story in Production and Poductivity
    By M. A. Patel, S. M. Singh & H. P. Pandya.
  • 2. Integrated Maintenance – Ket to GSFC’s Success
    By A. J. Mody
  • 3. GSFC – Its Self- Sufficiency In Power Management
    By P. j. Pandya & V. L. Patel
  • 4. Research and Development at GSFC : A way to prosperity
    By Dr. M. H. Mehta, S. B.Parikh, A. N. Trivedi
  • 5. “Selling Prosperity to Farmers” Effective Role of GSFC’s Farm Information Centre-Cum-Depots
    By H. P. Gohil & H. V. Desai
  • 6. GSFC- Role of Industrial Products
    By S. R. Mody, M. B. A. (USA), General Manager ( Marketing – IP)
  • 7. GSFC – Marching Forward with Its New Projects.
    By H. I. Desai & Dr. M. K. Ghosh
  • 8. Safety Management At GSFC
    By S. S. Dalal & S. G. Patel
  • 9. GSFC – It’s Environment Management Practices
    By R. D. Patel, Gen. Manager ( U & EC), C. V. Patel, Environment Engr.
  • 10. Medical Services at GSFC
    By Dr. M. B. Chitale
  • 11. Recovery of Ammonia From Vent Stacks of Urea Plants
    By S. M. Singh, Senior Superintendent Urea, Melamine & Bagging & P. N. Sethi, Plant Manager, Urea Plants
  • 12. Sustainable Agriculture A Challenging Goal
    By Dr. K. K. M. Nambiar, Project Coordinator, All India Coordinated Research Project On Long Term Fertilizer Experiments IARI, New Delhi.
  • 13. Isobaric Double Recycle ( I. D. R.) Urea Process
    Process Improvements & Application in the Urea Plants, Retrofitting / Revamping

    By S. Bardi, Technical SpA, Italy
  • 14. Diversification & Forward Integration at G. N. F. C.
    By A. N. Aggarwal Executive Director ( Operation), U. P. Jhaveri Additional General Manager ( Operation), R. K. Khamkar, Manager (GNFC)
  • 15. “Systemisation – A Key to successful Management of 7 Ms AT GNFC”
    By M.N. Tirmak, Chief Manager GNFC
  • 16. Pollution Control In Gas Based Fertiliser Plants
    By S. P. Gupta, Gen. Manager & A. P. Singh, Sr. Engg. (Env.) IFFCO
  • 17. Safety Concepts and Environmental Control in Process Industry
    By Sat Pal, General Manager ( ACTG), Hindustan Fertilizer Corpn. Ltd.
  • 18. Environmental Management Practices at IFFCO Aonla A Case Study
    By A. P. Singh, Sr. Engg. ( Env.) & Arvind Kumar, Maint. Engg. IFFCO
  • 19. Air and Water Pollution Control In National Fertilizers Limited: Naya Nangal
    By P. K. Banerjee, Manager ( Prod.), NFL
  • 20. Directory of Fertilizer Plant in India
  • 21. Continuous Retrofitting of a Petrochemical Plant
    By Klaus Stalder Head of Process Department, ENCO Engineering Chur AG

January-March 1992, Issue

  • 1. Technological Upgradation of Old Nitrogenous Fertilizer Plants
    By S. P. Sharma Chairman & Managing Director and A. K. Bhaduri , Senior Manager, PDIL, New Delhi
  • 2. Joint Ventures in Phosphatics for Assured Supply
    By P. R. Sundaravadivelu, Executive Vice President, SPIC Madras
  • 3. Revitalising SSP Industry
    J. L. Thakkar Managing Director, DMCC, Bombay
  • 4. Cost Reduction and Energy Self-Sufficiency by Improving the Performance of Phosphoric Acid Plants
    By Barry Crozier Marketing Manager, and J. D. Crerar General Manager Hydro Agri International Licensing Ipswich Suffolk, U. K.
  • 5. Strategy for Rationalising Allocation and Distribution of fertilizers
    By N. S. Parthasarthy, Group Advisor, NFCL.
  • 6. The Alpine Classifier Line
  • 7. Reduced Emission Power Boilers
    By James Lock, Consultant Editor, Processing, London
  • 8. Size Reduction Technology-Hi-Tech Adds More Value
    By Deepak V. Mehta, Partner, Kaps Engineers.

April-June 1992, Issue

  • 1. PDIL’s Role And Capability
    By A. K. Bhaduri, PDIL
  • 2. Rehabilitation Of Fertiliser Plants – Role of PDIL
    By K. Mukherjee, PDIL
  • 3. Indigenous Availability of Equipment & Components For Fertilizer Plants During Eighth Plan Period
    By K. Mukherjee, PDIL.
  • 4. Fertilizer Catalysts – PDIL’s Role
    By D. S. Majumdar and D. K. Mukherjee, Projects & Development India Ltd., Sindri, Dhanbad (India)
  • 5. R & D Activities at PDIL
    By N. N. Tangri, PDIL
  • 6. Globalization – Theme of 21st Century
    By P. S. Ahluwalia Director ( Mfg.) Batliboi & Company Limited
  • 7. The Role of Waxes in Coatings and Inks
    By karel H. M. Jansen.
  • 8. Chemical Plant Developments - Crossflow Microfiltration Technology Means Business
    By James Lock, Consultant Editor, “Processing”, London
  • 9. Relevance of Industrial R & D
    By N. P. Gupta, Bhel

July-Sept 1992, Issue

  • 1. Indian Refineries Present & Future Scenario
    By M. Ravi Dy. Manager , ( Corp. Plng.) Madras Refineries Limited
  • 2. MRL’s Eighth Plan Proposals
    By M. P. Srinivasan, Dy. General Manager ( Development), Madras refineries Limited
  • 3. Performance of MRL
    Finance Division
  • 4. Technologies at Work at MRL (Technical Services)
  • 5. MRL’s Wax Plant
    By R. Nagarajan, Manager ( Wax Plant) Madras refineries Limited
  • 6. MRL’s Paraffin Wax Plant
    By N. K. Rajamani, Manager ( Mfg-Wax Plant), Madras Refineries Limited
  • 7. Online Optimisation – MRL’s Approach
    R. Siva Subramanian, Manager ( Optimisation), & P. Jayabal , Manager ( Optimisation)
  • 8. MRL’s Role in “Indian Additives Limited”
    By S. Pandarinathan, Sr. Manager ( IAL)
  • 9. Environmental Protection Measures at MRL
    By R. Ngarajan. Ch. Manager ( Energy Audit & Environment Control ) Madras Refineries Limited.
  • 10. Lube Expansion Project
    By K. V. Balan, Manager, Lube Expansion Project, Madras Refineries Limited
  • 11. Cauvery Basin Crude Distillation Unit Project
    By S. Chandrasekaran (CBCOU), Madras Refineries Limited
  • 12. Human Resources Development At MRL
    By V. V. Narayanan, Deputy Manager, Personnel, Madras Refineries Limited

  • 13. R &D Activities at MRL
    By R & D , Madras Refineries Limited
  • 14. “Man Is the Core of Industry” A Glance At Industrial Relations In MRL
    By A. Loyola, Manager ( Personnel), Madras Refineries Limited, Manali.
  • 15. Refinery Performance Maximisation – The KBC Approach
    By John Dutton/Brian D. Swan KBC Advanced Technologies Ltd.
  • 16. Combating Oil Slicks
    By A. Hussain
  • 17. Applications of Low Cost XRF Technology To On-Line Analysis
    By Scott R. Little & John S. Schindler, ASOMA Instruments, Inc. Austin, Texas
  • 18. A-15 Spiral RO Devices Du Pont’s ACMTM Excels in Purification of Boiler Feedwater
    By Lynn E. Applegate

October-December 1992, Issue

  • 1. GSFC – Its Success Story in Production and Poductivity
    By M. A. Patel, S. M. Singh & H. P. Pandya.
  • 2. Integrated Maintenance – Key to GSFC’s Success
    By A. J. Mody
  • 3. GSFC – Its Self- Sufficiency In Power Management
    By P. J. Pandya & V. L. Patel
  • 4. Research and Development at GSFC : A way to Prosperity
    By Dr. M. H. Mehta, S. B. Parikh, A. N. Trivedi
  • 5. “Selling Prosperity to Farmers” Effective Role of GSFC’s Farm Information Centre-Cum-Depots
    By H. P. Gohil & H. V. Desai
  • 6. GSFC- Role of Industrial Products
    By S. R. Mody, M. B. A. (USA), General Manager ( Marketing – IP)
  • 7. GSFC – Marching Forward with Its New Projects.
    By H. I. Desai & Dr. M. K. Ghosh
  • 8. Safety Management At GSFC
    By S. S. Dalal & S. G. Patel
  • 9. GSFC – It’s Environment Management Practices
    By R. D. Patel, Gen. Manager ( U & EC), C. V. Patel, Environment Engr.
  • 10. Medical Services at GSFC
    By Dr. M. B. Chitale
  • 11. Recovery of Ammonia From Vent Stacks of Urea Plants
    By S. M. Singh, Senior Superintendent Urea, Melamine & Bagging & P. N. Sethi, Plant Manager, Urea Plants
  • 12. Sustainable Agriculture A Challenging Goal
    By Dr. K. K. M. Nambiar, Project Coordinator, All India Coordinated Research Project On Long Term Fertilizer Experiments IARI, New Delhi.
  • 13. Isobaric Double Recycle ( I. D. R.) Urea Process
    “ Process Improvements & Application in the Urea Plants, Retrofitting / Revamping By S. Bardi, Technical SpA, Italy
  • 14. Diversification & Forward Integration at G. N. F. C.
    By A. N. Aggarwal Executive Director ( Operation), U. P. Jhaveri Additional General Manager ( Operation), R. K. Khamkar, Manager (GNFC)
  • 15. “Systemisation – A Key to successful Management of 7 Ms AT GNFC”
    By MN Tirmak, Chief Manager GNFC
  • 16. Pollution Control In Gas Based Fertiliser Plants
    By S. P. Gupta, Gen. Manager & A. P. Singh, Sr. Engg. (Env.) IFFCO
  • 17. Safety Concepts and Environmental Control in Process Industry
    By Sat Pal, General Manager ( ACTG), Hindustan Fertilizer Corpn. Ltd.
  • 18. Environmental Management Practices at IFFCO Aonla A Case Study
    By A. P. Singh, Sr. Engg. ( Env.) & Arvind Kumar, Maint. Engg. IFFCO
  • 19. Air and Water Pollution Control In National Fertilizers Limited: Naya Nangal
    By P. K. Banerjee Manager ( Prod.), NFL
  • 20. Directory of Fertilizer Plant in India
  • 21. Continuous Retrofitting of a Petrochemical Plant
    By Klaus Stalder Head of Process Department, ENCO Engineering Chur AG

April - June 1983, Issue

  • 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


January – March 1985, Issue

  • 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-September. 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.

January – March 1986, Issue

  • 1. Retrospective Overview of 28 years
    By Dr. Nat Parekh, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, ICB Pvt. Ltd.
  • 2. Materials Handling
    By T. R. Ardhanari, Director Operations, ICB Pvt. Ltd.
  • 3. LPG recovery – Gas Processing
    Courtesy : Randall – Combustion Engineering, U. S. A.
  • 4. Membrane Bonded Electrode ( M & E ) Technologies in Chlor-Alkali Industry.
    By Antonio Nidola, Oronzio De Nora, Italy.
  • 5. Membrane Electrolysers for Chlor-Alkali Production.
    Courtesy by Oronzio Denora , Italy
  • 6. The UTI experience
    Revamping urea plants for increased efficiency and production By Ivo Marrovic, Urea technologies inc., U. S. A.
  • 7. Selective reduction of nitrogen oxide
    Development of a commercial catalyst for nitric Acid plant tail gas treatment Courtesy: by Espindesa, Spain
  • 8. Revamping and expansion of existing nitrogenous plants
    By Duleep Singh, Chairman & Managing Director , RCF
  • 9. Special Stainless Steels for the Process Industry
    By Per H. Wihelmsson, AB Sandvik Steel, Sandviken, Sweden
  • 10. The New High water soluble nitrophosphate process
    By M. A. Tanke, Stamicarbon bv , The Netherlands
  • 11. Energy Efficient Small Ammonia Plant
    By Reimer Rehder and Philip Stead, Linde A. G. , West Germany
  • 12. STAG Combined-Cycle Plants in Power Generation Planning Analysis
    By Bjorn M. Kaupang, General Electric Co., U.S. A.

July – September. 1986, Issue

  • 1. Pollution Control Measures At Madras Refineries Limited
    By P. C. D. George Samuel, Sr. Manager, Madras Refineries Ltd.
  • 2. Instant Germ Free Drinking Water; A Powerful Disinfectant From Ion Exchange (I) Limited
    By Dr. Roshan P. Ghaswalla and Dr. Vijay S. Kamat, Ion Exchange (India) Ltd.
  • 3. Disposal of Distillery Waste Through Incineration- An Indian Experience
    By Sudheer S. Basargekar, Executive ( Process Design), Thermax Pvt. Ltd.
  • 4. Developments in Pollution Abatement
    By Mr. H. S. Bawa, Executive President, Zuari Agro Chemicals Limited
  • 5. Control Of Industrial Air Pollution
    By R. K. Garg, Chairman & Managing, Director, Indian Rare Earths Ltd.
  • 6. Recent Trends in Particulate Control Technology For Air Pollution
    By Aloke Mookherjea, Managing Director, Flakt India Ltd.
  • 7. Pulsed Energization of Electrostatic Precipitators
    By Billy Ekstrom, Chief Engineer & Technical Manager, Flakt India Ltd.,
  • SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT OD DMCC
  • 8. DMCC through the Ages
    By Mrs. Heena B. Kamate, Gen Manager ( PR/ADM), D. M. C. C.
  • 9. From Concept to Commissioning – A Search For Excellence.
    By B. K. Kamat, Director, DMCC
  • 10. DMCC’s Contribution to a Cleaner Environment Through Chemistry
    By N. G. Ashar, General Manager ( I.P. & E.E.D., DMCC.)
  • 11. Modernisation of Superphosphate Plant – At DMC Ambernath
    By G. C. Shetti. Dy. General Manager (W) DMCC
  • 12. Maintenance Vital Function In Chemical Industry
    By C.R. Malviya, S. C. Patil, DMCC
  • 13. Reverse Osmosis / Ultrafiltration Process, Principles and Applications
    By Ken Alweyn, Terence, Alweyn and Michael Gomez of Alweyn Pumps & Systems Pvt. Ltd. Bombay

April – June 1986, Issue

  • 1. The Oil Sector – Performance and Perspectives
    By Dr. A. K. Malhotra , Ex—Member ( Offshore), Oil & Natural Gas Commission
  • 2. Drilling Technology – Past Present and Future
    By L. L. Bhandari , Member ( Drilling), ONGC, Dehra Dun.
  • 3. Problems and Prospects of Krishna- Godavari Basin
    By S. N. Talukdar, Member ( Exploration), Oil & Natural Gas Commission, Dehra Dun 248195
  • 4. Case Study Of Co-generation Plant At O.N.G.C., Uran
    By Mr. Y. Shrinagesh, Asstt. Ex. Engineer (INSTT.)
  • 5. Synchronisation with grid Power & Protection system
    By A. K. DEB, Asst. Executive Engineer (Elect), LPG-CSU/CO GEN.PLANT.ONGC.
  • 6. Co-generation and its effectiveness
    By R. B. Singh, C. Bandyopadhyay ONGC. LPG/CSU Plant Uran
  • 7. Power Supply Position in Gujarat
    By H. R. Patankar , Chairman of Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd. (GACL), Baroda.
  • 8. Non- Conventional Energy And its Use/ Possibility in Tripura
    By Shri S. P. Gon Chaudhuri, Electrical Engineer
  • 9. Power in Sikkim – Retrospect and Prospect
    By Vijay Kumar Addl. Chief Engineer, Power Department, Gangtok(Sikkim)
  • 10. Filtration of Oilfield Fluids Using Membrane Filter Cartridges
    By Richard J. N. Brewer-Pall Well technology Limited

October – December. 1986, Issue

  • 1. Ammonia Technology for the 90ies – the Optimal Combination of High Reliability, Low Energy and Low Cost.
    By T. Glasmacher, General Manager, UHDE GmbH, Dortmund, West Germany.
  • 2. Production of Concentrated Phosphoric Acid Without Evaporation
    By J. D. Crerar, General Manager, Norsk Hydro Licensing, Levington, UK
  • 3. Space Planning in Compressor House of Fertilier Factories
    By S. S. Wadhwa, M. S. Kalra & L. K. Srivastava, Scientists, Central Building research Institute ROORKEE
  • 4. Low Temperature Shift Catalysts
    By W. D. MroB. C. Witte, M. J. Sprague, K. H. Grundler, BASF AG D-6700 Ludwighshafen, West Germany
  • 5. Economics of Co-generation in Indian Chemical Process Industry
    By G. V. Desai, Chief Engg., & V. M. Patel, Sr.Mech.Engg. Dalal Consultants and Enginers Pvt. Ltd.
  • 6. Proposed Cogeneration Scheme At Hindustan Antibiotics Limited.
    By A. S. Datar, Asst. Manager (Projects), Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd., Pune
  • 7. Excellence Through Integration and Diversification At GSFC
    By H. I. Desai, General Superintendent, GSFC Limited
  • 8. Maintenance Management – A Key to Higher Productivity
    By S. K. Grover, General Manager , GSFC
  • 9. Pollution Management at GSFC
    By V. Charandas, Executive Director, Gujarat State Fertilizers Co. Ltd.
  • 10. Management Information Systems – A Step Forward at GSFC.
    By C. N. Mehta , Gen. Manager, Materials Management Group GSFC
  • 11. R & D – The Base for Technology Development and Diversification
    By M. H. Mehta Dy. Dir ( R&D) . V. A. Sanghani, Executive Director , GSFC
  • 12. Some Potentialities of “ Biofertilizer” with regard to Cereal Crops
    By J. P. Executive Director ( Marketing), Dr. H. U. Joshi, Chief (Agricultural Research), GSFC.
  • 13. GSFC’s Contribution to Growth of Engineering Plastics
    By J. P. Shah , Executive Dir. ( Mktg.) . V. S. Munge, Chief – Market Development ( Indl. Prod.) GSFC
  • 14. Improvements in Capacity Utilisation of Ammonia / Urea Plants - Through Better Quality of Cooling Water
    By M V. Shah, General Supdt. (Fert.), M. C. Shah, Plant Manager ( Tech.Cell)

January-March 1987, Issue

  • 1. Strategy for Expansion and Growth of India’s Nitrogen Fertiliser Industry.
    By Dr. S. K. Mukherjee, Ex-Chairman, Fertilier Association of India, New Delhi.
  • 2. Scope and Limitations of Modernising old Indian Ammonia Plants.
    By Mr. Duleep Singh, Chairman & Managing Director , RCF.
  • 3.Criteria for Optimal Selection of a Urea Process.
    By Mr. M. H. Avadhani, Managing Director , & Mr. K. K. Therat, GM, IFFCO.
  • 4. Modernising Old Urea Plants
    By Mr. V. R. Joharapurkar, Chairman and Managing Director, PDIL.

April-June 1987, Issue

  • 1. Save Fuel by Precise Excess Air Measurement.
    By V. K. Arora, NOCIL ( Hon. Feature Editor PPE Journal)
  • 2. Air Contaminations in Fertilizer Plant Environmental Impact Analysis
    A case study of NFL Plant.

    By I. K. Suri General Manager (Tech.) National Fertilizers Limited, New Delhi.
  • 3.Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Limited. - A Profile.
    PPE’s Editorial Department
  • 4.Newest Concepts in Phos Acid Plant – Engg. & Construction from
    Jacobs International Inc. and Hindustan Dorr – Oliver Limited.

    By J. S. Vasani and M. Madhavan, Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Ltd.
  • 5. Retrofitting Pipe Reactors in Conventional Granulation Plants.
    By A. M. Brown and L. A. Hollingworth Incitec Ltd., Brisbane , Australia and J. S. Vasani Hindustan Dorr - Oliver Ltd.
  • 6. Fluid Bed Combustion Technology by Dorr-Oliver
    By N. D. Shah, Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Ltd.
  • 7. Dorr Oliver Equipment & Services to the pulp and Paper Industry
    By J. M. Jhaveri, Hindustan Dorr Oliver Limited.
  • 8. HDO – Research and Development Base for Technology Transfer
    By H. Veeramani, Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Ltd.
  • 9. Mineral Processing’ – recent Trends
    By N. Ramakrishnan, Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Ltd.

July-September 1987, Issue

  • 1. Cogeneration : Problems of Interconnection
    By Prof. M. D. Parmar, Dept. of E.E., I. I. T., Bombay
  • 2. Energy Conservation in Distilleries
    By K. K. Johri, KTI , New Delhi.
  • 3. Optimize Heater Performance with Effective Controls
    By V. K. Arora
  • 4. UHDE’S Controbution to the growth of “INDIAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY”.
    By F. Duemmler, Managing Director, Uhde India Limited.
  • 5. Uhde India Limited 1965 to 1987
    By K. T. Thampi, Deputy Managing Director, Uhde
  • 6. Uhde India Limited Builds a Large Fertilizer/ Chemical Complex.
    By R. Sethuraman, Assistant Manager ( Projects) Uhde

  • 7. Lab Project – Implementation
    By S. K. Roy, General Manager (Projects), and K. V. Mohan, Asst. Manager (Projects), Uhde India Ltd.
  • 8. Uhde Membrane Cell Technology: Some Aspects of Conversion to membrane Cells
    By Dr. I. Dayasagar, Manager ( Process), Uhde India Ltd.
  • 9. Storage, Handling and Transport of Liquified Gases
    By M. Bhatia, Asst. Manager ( Process) & Dr. I. Dayasagar, Manager ( Process), Uhde India Ltd.

October-December 1987, Issue

  • 1. Diverless Development of Subsea Oil
    By Peter Grange, Technical Editor, “ The Oilman”, London
  • 2. Energy Conservation Programme of Indian Farmers fertilizer cooperative Limited, Kalol unit.
    By B. M. Parikh, General Manager , IFFCO, Kalol
  • 3. 25 Glorious years of Nangal Unit
    By R. K. Bhatnagar, General Manager, NFL, Nangal Unit.
  • 4. Bathinda Fertilizer Plant Comes of Age
    By Prem Kumar , Gen. Manager, NFL, Bathinda
  • 5. Fuel Oil Based Fertilizer Plant at Panipat
    By Y. K. Talwar, Gen. Manager, NFL , Panipat Unit
  • 6. One More Feather in the Cap
    By G. P. Khurana and Anand Bihari , NFL.
  • 7. Planning and Monitoring of Gas Based Fertilizer Project at Vijaipur ( M. P.)
    By S. P. Puri , Dy. General Manager , NFL, Vijaipur
  • 8. Procurement for a Project – Magnitude Organisation and Role of Consultants
    By B. P. Chandna, Dy. General Manager ( Project & Prodn.). Vijaipur Project, NFL.
  • 9. Financing Large Projects
    By V. P. Gupta, Dy. General Manager ( Fin. & Accts.), NFL
  • 10. Human Resource Development in NFL
    By Mr. Sukhdev Prasad, Dy. General Manager ( HRD), NFL
  • 11. Research & Development Activities as NFL
    By I. K. Suri, Gen. Manager ( Tech.) NFL
  • 12. Dry Land Farming in India.
    By G. R. Kaura, Dy. General Manager ( Mktg.) NFL
  • 13. NFL – Towards Total Computerisation
    By Y. K. Matto, Addl. Mgr. (IE), NFL
  • 14. Water and Effluent Management / Pollution Monitoring in NFL Plants
    By G. S. Mathur, Dy. General Manager (Tech.) NFL
  • 15. Management of Industrial relations in Public Sector undertakings
    By O. M. Solanki, Gen. Manager ( P & A) NFL
  • 16. Marketing Management in NFL
    By D. D. Verma, Gen. Manager ( Marketing), NFL
  • 17. Role of Image in corporate Communications
    By E. M. R. Krishnan, Manager ( PR & A ) NFL

January-March 1988, Issue

  • 1. Technology Management
    By Duleep Singh, CMD, RCF, Bombay
  • 2. Energy Conservation in Fertilizer Industry NFL – A case study
    By L. K. Sharma, Addl. Manager ( Co-ordination), NFL, New Delhi
  • 3. Hydrocarbon Industries ( With Special Reference to Petrochemicals)
    By R. Sethuraman, Indian Petrochemicals Corpn. Ltd. Baroda
  • 4. Plastics in High Tech Industries by Year 2001 AD
    By H. Krishnamurthy, Chairman & Managing Director, Hindustan Organic Chemicals Ltd.
  • 5. Horizontal Firing for Vitrified Clay Pipes
    By Eric Ford, BSc (Econ), BCom., Editor, “ Engineering Gazette”, London
  • 6. ATV Project India Ltd. – A PROFILE
    By T. R. Anantharaman, Executive Director, ATV
  • 7. ATV’s Methyl Methacrylate Project
    By T. R. Anantharaman, Executive Director, ATV
  • 8. Evolving A Maintenance System
    By S. N. Kaul, Technical Director, ATV
  • 9. Optimisation of Milling Efficiency
    By S. N. Kaul, Technical Director ATV
  • 10. Ensuring Safety at work
    By David Farmer, Consultant Editor, Health & Safety at Work, London

April-June 1988, Issue

  • 1. Quality Assurance ‘ In Humphreys & Glasgow, Bombay
    By S.P. Shukla, Associate Director, HGC.
  • 2. Oil / Gas / Water Offshore Separation Systems
    By G. D. Hall MA. FIChemE., Process Manager – Offshore, Humphreys & Glasgow Ltd.
  • 3. Small Ammonia Plants
    By Frank C. Brown, Ammonia Technology Manager, Humphreys & Glassgow Ltd. London
  • 4. Project Management Systems & Controls
    By Anthony E. Smith / Tarun Shah, Humphreys & Glasgow
  • 5. Blanketting without consumption of gas
    By Mr. D. V. Desai, Partner , Nirmal Industries , Bombay
  • 6. Sand Casting Costs Cut by Foam Process
    By Brian kellock, Contributing Editor, “ Machinery and Production Engineering”, England.

July-September 1988, Issue

  • 1. Seawater Reverse Osmosis At High Pressures
    By C. T. Sackinger
  • 2. Programmable Control for Variable Speed Drives
    By Jayanta Chatterjee, Corporate Vice President, Allen-Bradley India Ltd. , U.P.
  • 3. Three Decades of Lloyd Insulations
    By C. P. Khanna & Prem Parkash Jt. Managing Directors Lloyd Insulations(India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • 4. High Density Bonded Fibrous Insulation – The Optimum Choice for Industrial Application
    By N. Srinivas, Exec. Director (Tech) and T. Udayakumar, Dy. General Manager ( Tech).
  • 5. Upgrade in Water Proofing Standards
    By M. M. Mathai, Chief Executive, Lloyd Insulations (I) Pvt. Ltd., & S. Bhandusekhar, Dy. Gen. Manager, Lloyd Bitumen products.
  • 6. Ceramic Fibre Insulation A New Dimension in High Temperature Designs.
    By Jitendra Kumar & K. C. Gandhi, DGM, Lloyd Insulations (I) Pvt. Ltd.
  • 7. Optimum Utilisation of Available Energy Through Scientific Insulation
    By S. K. Banerjee, G. Rammohan and T. V. Suresh Manager, Tech & Mktg. Services Lloyd Insulations (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • 8. Fire Stops – Cable Fire Prevention System
    By S. C. Gupta & O. P. Harbola Lloyd Insulations (I) Pvt. Ltd.
  • 9. Low cost Automation – A Relevent Technology For Indian – Industries For Increasing Productivity.
    By S. Nagaraja Rao, Director (APCU)- CITD.

October-December 1988, Issue

  • 1. Contribution of IPCL to Indian Economy
    By Hasmukh Shah, Chairman - cum- Managing Director - IPCL
  • 2. Shape of things to come at Nagothane
    By A. A. Krishnan , Director ( GCC)
  • 3. Environmental Protection Measures at MGCC
    By P. R. Gharekhan, Adviser ( E & E), IPCL
  • 4. Project Planning and Monitoring of Maharashtra Gas Cracker Complex
    By P. S. Mehta, Senior Manager ( Projects Monitoring & Coordination) Maharashtra Gas Cracker Complex
  • 5. Research At IPCL
    By Sethuraman R. Iyer, Director ( R & D) IPCL
  • 6. HRD in Application
    By S. K. Mukherjee, Director-Personnel, IPCL
  • 7. Explosion Protection Equipments in Petrochemical Projects.
    By N. G. Patel, Managing Director, Flameproof Control Gears.

January-March 1989, Issue

  • 1. A Fault Tolerant Control System and its Applications in Unmanned Facilities
    By Chris Goring, August Systems Ltd. UK
  • 2. Optimizing Design And Cost of Seawater Reverse Osmosis Systems.
    By J.C. VAN DIJK, P.J.DE MOEL’ AND H.A. VAN DEN BERKMORTEL, DHV Consulting Engineers, ( The Netherlands)
  • 3. CHEMICAL PLANT DEVELOPMENTS
    Scale-Up of Separation Processes For Biological Molecules

    By James Lock, BSc Consultant Editor “ Processing” London
  • 4. Chemical Plant Developments
    By James Lock BSc Consultant Editor “ Processing” London
  • 5. Efficient Mechanical Handling Equipment for Warehouses
    By Harry Heap, Founder Editor “ Plant Engineering & Maintenance” London.
  • Special Supplement on G. R. Engg. Ltd.
  • 6. G. R. Engineering – Two Decades of Service To The Industry
    By Ms. Sarita Bhambure, PPE ( Editorial Dept)
  • 7. Diversification And New Fields of Acitivity
    By R. D. Hariani ( Tech. Director) G. R. Engg. Ltd.
  • 8. Quality Management
    By S. R. Birkodi, Sr. Quality Control Officer, G. R. Bangalore
  • 9. Machine Shop
    By P. S. GopalaKrishnan, Machine Shop Manager, G. R. Bangalore
  • 10. New Developments In Abrassive Materials
    By P. G. Pawar and A. L. Shashi Mohan, Grindwell Norton Limited, R & D Centre , Bangalore.
  • 11. Flexible Manufacturing System For Valve Production
    By Anna Kochan, Editor, “ Flexible Manufacturing Systems”, Kempston Bedfordshire, England.

April-June 1989, Issue

  • 1. Coastal Pollution Control – Equipment, Control And Training
    By Captain Robin B. Middleton, Briggs Marine Environmental Services Ltd. U. K.
  • 2. Seminar theme Industrial PollutionControl- 1989
    By Dr. H. Veeramani, Seminar Convener, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
  • 3. Oil Field Produced Water Treatment A Case Study
    By S. V. S. Sudhakara Rao, Asst. Manager – Waste Water Treatment Thermax Pvt. Ltd.
  • 4. Air Pollution Control In Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd., Chembur
    By Madhusudan Rao, Asstt. Plant Manager & K. Mohan, Chief Engineer, RCF, Chembur
  • 5. Controlling Air Pollution in Phosphatic Fertilizer Plants
    By V. V. Rao, Dy. General Manager, The Dharamsi Morarji Chemicals Co., Ltd.
  • 6. Effluent Treatment Plant at N. F. L., Panipat
    By Manohar Lal, Dy. Manager, and M.L. Dua. Dy. Chief Chemist National Fertilizers Ltd. Panipat.
  • 7. Challenges in Pollution Control in Chemical Industry – HOC’s Experience.”
    Dr. P. V. Arur, General Manager ( Technical Services), Hindustan Organic Chemicals Ltd.
  • 8. Present Status of Instrumentation for Air Quality Monitoring -an overview
    By P. K. Arora, Netel Chromatographs.
  • 9. Powered Activated Carbon Treatment for Toxic Waste Water
    By K. Ravindranath and A. K. Deshmukh Larsen & Toubro Limited
  • 10. Anaerobic Fluidised Bed Biogas Generation System for High Strength Process Waste Waters.
    By R. D. Mittal, Sr. Dev. Engr. And H. Veeramani, Hindustan Dorr Oliver Limited, Bombay
  • 11. Anaerobic- Aerobic Treatment of Pulp Mill Effluents – A Case Study
    By S. H. Deshpande, V. D. Khanolkar and K. D. Pudumjee , Pudumjee Pulp & Paper Mills Limited.

July-September 1989, Issue

  • 1. Pollution Control Systems for Handling Waste Waters from Refinery, Onshore Crude-Oil Production and Large Machine-Shop Operations
    By R. Natarajan Manager, Environmental Engineering Systems, A. K. Srivastava, Senior Engineer and Dr. H. Veeramani, Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Limited, Dorr-Oliver House, Chakala, Andheri (E) Bombay 400 099.
  • 2. BACARDI’S anaerobic treatment of Distillery Spentwash.
    By K. S. Prasad, Project Manager The Andhra Sugars Ltd., Tanuka, A.P.
  • 3. Water Pollution Control Systems In a Chemical Industry
    By Dr. J. A. Barve, EPP & Safety Manager Bayer ( India) Limited, Thane
  • 4. Air Pollution Control Techniques in Cement Industry
    By Rakesh Sharma, Sr. Manager ( Projects) The Associated Cement Companies Limited, Bombay

  • 5. Effluent Control Development at Sandvik Asia Ltd., Pune
    By Dr. R. M. Pardeshi , Manager Resource Development & Products, Sandvik Asia Ltd. Pune.
  • 6. Bringing Your Process Plant Up To Date
    By Frank C. Brown, Humphreys & Glassgow Engineering.
  • 7. Materials for Critical Offshore Applications
    By P. Guha and R. W. Whitehead, Langley Alloys Ltd.
  • 8. Reinforced Plastic Composites & Polyurethane Elastomers in the Oil and Gas Industries.
    By Michael J. Seamark, Balmoral Group Limited., U.K.
  • 9. PPE Interviews PPMAI Chairman - k. P. Mohandas Rao
  • 10. Achievements of PPMAI
    By N. C. Dalal , Dalal Engg. Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • 11. New Projects in Coming Decade
    By A. V. Basole, Toyo Engineering (I) Ltd.
  • 12. The process Plant Machinery Manufacturing Industry – Past, Present and Future
    By A. V. Basole, Toyo Engineering (I) Ltd.
  • 13. Tackling Project Delays on War Footing – Vital for the Nineties
    By P. G. Bhandarkar, Director – PPMAI
  • 14. Criteria for Process Selection and Processes Available.
    By Dr. M. Sen, General Manager ( Project) Kerbs & Cie (I) Ltd.
  • 15. Reliability of Plate heat exchangers in the Power Industry
    By Lars G. Sevensson, Manager Power Engg. Divn. Alfa-Laval Thermal AB, Sweden.
  • 16. Project Completion to World Standards – A Report
    By Pothen Paul Associate Director-Operations Davy Powergas I. Pvt. Ltd.
  • 17. Electro-Polishing of Metals
    By Jitendra Joshi, Manager –Operations, Dalal Consultants & Engineers Ltd., Bombay,

October-December 1989, Issue

  • 1. Teil : A Decade of Service to Industry
    By S. Kikuchi, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 2. ‘Indo-Japanese Cooperation Through Engineering Consultancy’
    By P. Surendranath, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 3. ‘Liquid Effluent Treatment in Urea Plants’
    By S. C. Shekhar, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 4. Low Temperature Storages
    By R. Desigan, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 5. Plant Layout for Process Industries.
    By A. K. Bhide, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 6. Design of Reliable Electrical System
    By A. A. Behere, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 7. Multiplicity of DCS Vendors in India and their Selection Criteria.
    By S. P. Ray, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 8. Timely Execution of Project
    By P. K. Shrivastava, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 9. Quality Control in Project Implementation.
    By C. P. Sukhwal, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 10. Cost Control in Project Implementation
    By R. V. Raghavan, Toyo Engineering India Ltd.
  • 11. New Projects in the coming Decade
    By A. V. Basole.
  • 12. Electro-Polishing of Metals
    By Jitendra Doshi, Manager- Operations Dalal Consultants & Engineers Ltd., Bombay.
  • 13. Pollution in Pulp and Paper Industry and its Abatement
    By S. Raghuveer & Dr. V. L. Moorthy, Bhadrachalam Paperboards Ltd.
  • 14. Bioearth Composting – Solid State Fermentation Process For Distillery Spent Wash
    By Avinash Deodhar and K. K. Shinagare, Alfa-Laval (India) Ltd., Dapodi, Pune - 411 012
  • 15. “Pollution Control” A Perspective and Endeavour Towards a Clean Environment.
    By S. M. Unune – Pollution Control Officer, Shetkari Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd., Sangli.
  • 16. Sprannihilator A Zero Pollution System for Treatment of Distillery Spent Wash
    By Shashank N. Inamdar Executive Director, Praj Counseltech Pvt. Ltd.
  • 17. Decolourization of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluents by the White Rot Fungus Schizophyllum Commune
    By V. Ramaswamy and T. Ramanathan SPB Projects and Consultancy Limited
  • 18. Pollution Abatement for Small Paper Mills Problems and Prospects
    By T. S. Venkataraman, President, Esvin Advanced technologies Limited.
  • 19. Thermophillic Process For Treatment of Distillery Effluent – A Case Study
    By M. K. Gupta, Dy. General Manager (F) The Rampur Distillery And Chemicals Co. Ltd.
  • 20. Financial Packages for Effluent Treatment Schemes and Case Studies of Financing Distillery Spentwash Projects.
    By R. Kannan