Neutrium

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Neutrium

Neutrium is a knowledge base of engineering topics, centred mainly around chemical engineering design challenges faced by engineers in their daily work. We created Neutrium to bridge the gap between theory and practice.


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Total Listening Time: 1 hour, 25 minutes and 23 seconds.

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Latest Episode

In the fourth episode of the Neutrium podcast Trevor and Matt continue their discussions on process hydraulics, covering the calculation of the friction factor and its subsequent use in determining pressure loss in a pipe.

With Trevor Walker and Matthew Kidd.

In the third episode of the Neutrium podcast Trevor and Matt start a multi-episode arc on process hydraulics. This week they introduce the concept of pressure and discuss Bernoulli’s principal, flow regime and Reynolds number.

With Trevor Walker and Matthew Kidd.


In the second episode of the Neutrium podcast, Trevor and Matt present the theory behind the Joule-Thomson effect and discuss the dangers and prevention of hydrate formation.

With Trevor Walker and Matthew Kidd.


Episode 1: Unit Conversions

13 October, 2015

Since the dawn of thinking, mankind has been measuring things. If humans are going to tell each other about all the great counting and measuring they have been doing, they need to put it in terms that others can understand. In Neutrium’s first episode, Trevor and Matthew discuss unit conversions.

With Trevor Walker and Matthew Kidd.