Neutrium 2: The Joule-Thomson Effect and Hydrate Formation

27 October, 2015

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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.
Duration 27 minutes and 28 seconds
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Trevor Walker

Trevor Walker

Trevor is a Chemical Engineer with 10 years experience as a design/consultant engineer, predominately in the oil and gas industry. He holds a PhD in the Monte Carlo simulation of radiative heat transfer as well as Bachelors degrees in Chemical engineering and computer science.

He has co-founded and contributed to several ventures including Neutrium, a knowledge base of engineering topics and Fluxey, simple beautiful surveys you can build in minutes. Some of his other works in the web and app development world can be found at NDStudios.

Matthew Kidd

Matthew Kidd

Matt is a Chemical Engineer with 10 years experience as a design/consultant engineer, predominately in the oil and gas industry. He holds bachelors degrees in Chemical Engineering and Commerce.

He has co-founded and contributed to several ventures including Neutrium, a knowledge base of engineering topics and Fluxey, simple beautiful surveys you can build in minutes. Some of his other works in the web and app development world can be found at NDStudios.