Improving Industrial Automation Curricula

Improving Industrial Automation Curricula

It’s as common as the cold – students attend an academic program for two or four years, learning all the theories about the subject they’re studying. They take tests, write reports and graduate with an immense amount of knowledge. But not much practical experience....
Robert Hooke – Elasticity’s Champion

Robert Hooke – Elasticity’s Champion

While several of our process control regulators rely on a dome filled with compressed air or a gas to control pressure, others operate with the help of a spring. Born on July 28, 1635, in England, Robert Hooke and his research are responsible for helping us understand...
Pascal – The Man Behind the SI Unit

Pascal – The Man Behind the SI Unit

When you’re requesting information for a pressure product on our website, you’re offered a choice of units: bar, inches of water column, PSI and a few others. You might recognize the end of two of the options as a name: kilopascal and megapascal. Who was Pascal? A...
Robert Boyle – Boyle’s Law

Robert Boyle – Boyle’s Law

In our new Manufacturing Disruption series, we highlight groundbreakers past and present who have made scientific and engineering breakthroughs that affect manufacturing.  Boyle’s Law Robert Boyle by Johann Kerseboom, circa 1689. Robert Boyle was a 17th century...
Henry Bessemer – The Bessemer Process

Henry Bessemer – The Bessemer Process

Henry Bessemer, “Meyer’s Encyclopedia,” published 1906 In our new Manufacturing Disruption series, we highlight groundbreakers past and present who have made scientific and engineering breakthroughs that affect manufacturing.   The Bessemer Process Although many...

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