chipping Articles

  • IBM's Graphene Computer Chip

    IBM recently showcased a brand new graphene computer chip, outperforming previous graphene-based chips by a factor of 10000. Apart from a tremendous speed up, it is also remarkable for the process used in its production. It is a standard CMOS production process, widely adopted in the currently dominant silicon chip manufacturing. Mapping the outstanding technological potential of graphene ...


  • Megawatt out of chips

    König + Neurath AG, one of the leading European office furniture manufacturers, in Karben near Frankfurt/Main besides other materials process derived timber products such as chipboards and multiplex boards to produce office furniture for nearly any furnishing purpose. The resulting wood residues are not discharged but processed to become combustible by means of which the complete heating and ...


  • The One-Chip TV way

    In this paper, the following fundamental question is discussed: "How to create enough vitality in a team to react adequately to a market (r)evolution and be successful along the product creation process way until market dominance is reached?" Cultural and educational aspects are dealt with as key elements influencing the success. Through a self-analysis, it is illustrated how a ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • UCT Silane Cited in Organ-On-Chip

    The ventricular myocardium of the human heart is composed of an anisotropic tissue structure that allows for force generation and contraction to pump blood throughout the body. It has long been established that the collagen-rich, fibrous, extracellular matrix environment guides the formation of this laminar tissue architecture. The structural and mechanical properties of the cardiac ...

  • The Crunch Factor – Corn Chip Edition

    Friday, January 29 was National Corn Chip Day. To celebrate, we took a closer look at this wonder of the snack world and are sharing the important role that moisture plays in the production of corn chips and snack foods in general. To get the scoop on corn chips, we spoke to Randy Rupprecht, QA Manager, and Mike Klein, Processing Manager, of Axium Foods. ...


    By Arizona Instrument LLC

  • CHIP-tuning for biological wastewater treatment plants

    The demand for efficiency improvement in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants (WWTP’s) is increasingly based on problems related to the water quality, process stability and/or insufficient performance in the COD removal and/or nitrification process. New, stricter requirements or the need for higher removal efficiency intensify the demand for optimizing the existing ...


    By Multi Umwelttechnologie AG

  • Turning wood chips and sawdust into a valuable solid fuel

    RUF briquetting units are the economical solution for the processing of wood chips and sawdust. Where timber is planed, turned and sanded, manufacturers end up with large quantities of wood chips and sawdust. By briquetting this material, you can recover a valuable solid fuel. Where large quantities are produced, the single briquette pressing system developed by RUF GmbH is the most economical ...

  • Engineering Properties of Tire Chips and Soil Mixtures

    The primary objective of the research described herein is to assess the pertinent engineering properties for reusing shredded scrap tires as a construction material for light-weight fill material in highway construction, for drainage material in highway and landfill construction, and for other similar applications. Reuse of scrap tires would not only provide a means of disposing of them but would ...


    By ASTM International

  • Carbon management on the rise as a priority for blue-chips

    Carbon management on the rise as a priority for blue-chips Latest report from the Carbon Disclosure Project reveals firms are committed to deliver carbon reduction targets despite political uncertainty. The Carbon Disclosure Project’s annual survey of the world’s 500 largest firms shows that carbon management is steadily climbing the corporate agenda with 85% of respondents now having ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Application of Lab-on-a-chip Technology in Water Analysis

    The Important of Water Analysis Water analysis is essential to ensure its quality or to detect pollutants that should be removed by water treatment. However, water quality does not mean making the water suitable for human consumption; it depends on its end use. For example, completely different quality standards are applied in case of industrial water compared to those ...


    By Chemyx Inc

  • Denitrification in wood chip bioreactors at different water flows

    Subsurface drainage in agricultural watersheds exports a large quantity of nitrate-nitrogen (NO3–N) and concentrations frequently exceed 10 mg L–1. A laboratory column study was conducted to investigate the ability of a wood chip bioreactor to promote denitrification under mean water flow rates of 2.9, 6.6, 8.7 and 13.6 cm d–1 which are representative of flows entering subsurface drainage tiles. ...

  • A pannell of chipping experts perseverance, service and dependability are hallmarks for Oklahoma-based Pannell Chipping, Inc.

    While logging and landclearing professionals as a whole have often been broadly - and inaccurately - portrayed as anti-conservators of the land, one segment of that profession, chipping companies, have suffered disproportionately. Presented as insensitive to the benefits of good forestry, they have had to literally fight to prove that they are indeed good stewards of the land, providing a ...


  • Imaging and analysis of chip formation during orthogonal cutting of titanium alloy

    Orthogonal cutting of titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V was investigated in a series of continuous and interrupted turning tests. Direct observation of the chip formation zone was achieved using a high speed imaging system with a long-distance microscope lens. Frame rates from 20,000 to 50,000 frames per second were used to record the chip formation cycle over a range cutting speeds from 4 to 150 m/min ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Michigan logger builds new chip fleet with Titan Trailers

    With successful operations already running in excavation and logging, Jim Carey was in no hurry to add new chip trailers to the fleet for his growing biomass business. He took his time to decide where he could expect to get the best return on his latest investments. “When we got into the chipping business four years ago, we bought reconditioned multi-axle trailers to get started. We had ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • How Do Potato Chips Stay So Fresh In The Bag?

    Chip bags have all that air in them for a valid reason — and it's not air, anyway, it's nitrogen gas.  ...

  • SNPs and Chips: Genomic Data in Safety Evaluation and Risk Assessment

    The biotechnology revolution is impacting all of the biological sciences, and toxicology is no exception. Perusal of the abstracts of the Society’s recent annual meetings confirms that our field is already actively using the powerful new tools of molecular biology to ...


    By Oxford University Press

  • Validation of a fully autonomous phosphate analyser based on a microfluidic lab-on-a-chip

    This work describes the design of a phosphate analyser that utilises a microfluidic lab-on-a-chip. The analyser contains all the required chemical storage, pumping and electronic components to carry out a complete phosphate assay. The system is self-calibrating and self-cleaning, thus capable of long-term operation. This was proven by a bench top calibration of the analyser using standard ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Development of polymer lab-on-a-chip (LOC) for oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) measurement

    Reverse osmosis (RO) desalination has been recognized as a promising method to solve the water shortage problem. Nevertheless, since it is energy intensive and has many problems associated with biofouling/fouling of RO membranes in RO plants, its commercial acceptance is still slow. Especially, as high levels of oxidizing agents negatively affect RO membrane efficiency and life span. So, there is ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Machine shop for oil and gas services provider wins when the chips are down

    Chip Filtering Keeps Machine Shop Coolant Clean Since 1976, Facility Engineer Jay Wilson has handled the HVAC, electrical, and other operational facility needs for a key Texas-based plant within the FMC Technologies, Inc. (FMCTI) family. This leading global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry and other industrial markets was twice named as the Most Admired Oil and Gas ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

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