Curtis Wright

Technical Articles

How much engineer does software need ?

Lauterbach Verfahrenstechnik GmbH has been developing software for pressure vessel design and heat exchanger design since 1978.

Large scale heat exchangers for energy, oil & gas: The growing role of Additive...

Energy industries are constantly challenged to become ever more efficient and sustainable.

Understanding the value of arc flash management and mitigation for large electric process heaters

While larger medium voltage process heaters are relatively new in hydrocarbon processing, the safety issues surrounding medium-voltage equipment are well known.

HVAC duct cleaning by robot

HVAC ducts are used to convey air within buildings and can become unclean and unsanitary over time, requiring the services of a specialist team or company to rectify.

Using vapor infusion to maintain optimal functionality of heat exchangers

Plume abatement coils are used to reduce/prevent visible plumes of moisture exiting a wet cooling tower fan stack.

Sizing of plume abatement coils

Plume abatement coils are used to reduce/prevent visible plumes of moisture exiting a wet cooling tower fan stack.

TOffeeAM: robust fluid topology optimization for high-temperature heat exchangers

Advanced nuclear technologies (ANTs) such as small modular reactors(SMRs) and advanced modular reactors (AMRs) have the potential to support decarbonization beyond just supplying low-carbon electricity.

All in the same boat: Vital communication keeps project afloat

Robert Sollie works as a Project Manager for Wilton Heat Transfer Services, Dutch industrial maintenance company providing specialised services in heat transfer process equipment.

Solving a ‘flat-pack’ problem with out-of-the-box design

Serck Heat Exchange is an international heat transfer solutions provider, with over 100 years’ experience in industries such as marine, rail, oil and gas, nuclear, petrochemical, and beyond.

INNIO to Power Raven SR’s first waste-to-hydrogen plant

INNIO in collaboration with Raven SR has announced Raven SR’s plans to use INNIO’s Jenbacher engines [60 Hz] with a “Ready for H2” option to produce renewable energy.
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