What will you learn from this issue of Process Cooling & Equipment?
As I write this commentary, it's back-to-school time. Autumn has always been my favorite time of the year. I love to learn, and autumn always meant a new classroom, new subjects and new school supplies! There is nothing like the empty canvas of a fresh composition notebook ready to be filled with knowledge. I can remember reviewing notes I had scribbled in those composition books, and the "ah-ha" moments I experienced -- something I had not been able to understand suddenly clicked.
My oldest child begins kindergarten this year, and I am excited about all of the possibilities his education holds for him. If you ask him today, he will tell you he wants to be an astronaut so he "can go way up high in the sky!" The reality, though, is that he might be better suited to be a process engineer like the readers of Process Cooling & Equipment. He's the kind of kid who likes to get his hands dirty doing a job, and for a five-year-old, he takes an especially analytical approach!