November 2017

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Machinery: Soft skills and habits that all machinery professionals must develop—Part 2

In Part 1 of this column (Hydrocarbon Processing, September), I began discussing useful techniques that fall into the general category referred to as “soft skills.”

Perez, R. X., Consultant

In Part 1 of this column (Hydrocarbon Processing, September), I began discussing useful techniques that fall into the general category referred to as “soft skills.” In this column, I will complete my discussion by exploring three valuable habits: continuous learning, praising and teaching. FIG. 3. Strive to keep abreast of the latest machinery technological developments, such as machinery vibration analysis, by pursuing the various means of technical education available. Continuous learning We live in a time when technology is rapidly changing and evolving. New analysis tools, such as vibration analyzers (FIG. 3), laser alignment systems, in

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