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RNRG’s CMS System TurbinePhD Installed at Grant County Wind Farm

RNRG’s CMS System TurbinePhD Installed at Grant County Wind Farm

Hinesburg, VT, USA, April 13th 2016 – RNRG has announced today that the site-wide installation of its “TurbinePhD” condition monitoring systems has been completed at the 21 MW Grant County Wind Farm in Minnesota, USA.

Originally constructed in 2010 and owned by Aspenall Energies, the project is composed of ten 2.1MW

71% of Construction Firms Plan to Expand Headcount in 2016

71% of Construction Firms Plan to Expand Headcount in 2016

Firms in Kansas Lead Other States in Hiring Optimism; Contractors’ Optimism is Tempered by Worries Over Worker Shortages, New Regulatory Burdens and IT Security, New AGC of America and Sage Outlook Finds
Seventy-one percent of construction firms plan to expand their payrolls in 2016 as contractors expect a range of public

Bosch Rexroth Offers Easy to Use Hydraulic Filter Select Tool

Bosch Rexroth Offers Easy to Use Hydraulic Filter Select Tool

With the Filter Select program, users can quickly choose and document the proper filter size and type for hydraulic applications

Bosch Rexroth has developed a filter sizing program that allows users to input various parameters such as fluid type, fluid viscosity, system temperature, and micron rating to evaluate the pressure drop

Writing the Menu for the Chesapeake Bay “Pollution Diet”

Writing the Menu for the Chesapeake Bay “Pollution Diet”

The largest estuary in North America is the Chesapeake Bay with its 8,000-mile shoreline and a whopping 64,000-square-mile watershed. Maryland and Virginia comprise the shoreline states, but the watershed extends to parts of West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, all of the District of Columbia, and, incredibly, as far north as the

Putting a Lock on Leachate

Putting a Lock on Leachate

Leachate management is an increasingly important problem in landfill operations. Greater understanding of leachate-related risks to wastewater treatment has led to rising concerns, in turn spawning a growing emphasis on leachate reduction. This has forced landfill operators to build new skills and install expensive equipment to collect and deal with

Subsurface Conditions for Vacuum Excavation

Subsurface Conditions for Vacuum Excavation

Part 5 of this continuing series follows a thorough discussion of 3D Subsurface Imaging and utility mapping from the previous segment (Part 4) on utility detection, vacuum excavation work and its encompassing technologies. Examining other technologies in the segment that follows, author Carol Brzozowski discusses a company’s sophisticated instrumentation that

Subsurface Conditions for Vacuum Excavation

Subsurface Conditions for Vacuum Excavation

Part 5 of this continuing series follows a thorough discussion of 3D Subsurface Imaging and utility mapping from the previous segment (Part 4) on utility detection, vacuum excavation work and its encompassing technologies. Examining other technologies in the segment that follows, author Carol Brzozowski discusses a company’s sophisticated instrumentation that

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