Category:Boil’s Law Comic Strip

July 6th, 2012

Boil’s Laws—That’s Incredible [Funny Bone]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (2)
Boil's Laws-That's Incredible

Welcome to the 12th comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer Rich Byrnes. Here’s one for all of you in process safety!

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June 8th, 2012

Boil’s Laws—The Incomplete Reaction [Funny Bone]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (0)
Boil's Laws Incomplete Reaction

Welcome to the 11th comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer Rich Byrnes.

You can see a larger version here or the first in the series here. Read about the inspiration behind Boil’s Laws here. Read all the comics here.

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March 2nd, 2012

Boil’s Laws — A Chemist’s View of Process Engineering

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (2)
A Chemist's View of Process Engineering

Welcome to the ninth comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series. So, how do chemical engineers and chemists see the world differently? Click and find out.

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April 8th, 2011

Boil’s Laws — The Laws of Thermodynamics & Casinos

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (6)
Donald Trump Boil's Laws

Welcome to the eighth comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer Rich Byrnes.

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March 4th, 2011

Boil’s Laws — A Lesson in Six Sigma [Comic]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (4)
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It’s back! Welcome to the seventh comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer Rich Byrnes.

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December 17th, 2010

Boil’s Law — Go Slow to Go Fast [Comic]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (1)
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Welcome to the sixth comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer Rich Byrnes. It’s entitled Go Slow to Go Fast. You can see a larger version here or the first in the series here. Read about the inspiration behind Boil’s Laws here.

Are you given enough […]

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December 1st, 2010

Boil’s Laws—The Sample Carrier [Comic]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (4)
Boil's Laws -- The Sample Carrier

Welcome to the fifth comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer–Rich Byrnes. It’s entitled “The Sample Carrier.”  You can see a larger version here or by clicking on the comic below. See the first in the series here or read about the inspiration […]

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November 17th, 2010

Boil’s Laws—The Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) [Comic]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (0)
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Welcome to the forth comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer–Rich Byrnes. It’s entitled The Process Hazards Analysis (PHA)! You can see a larger version here or by clicking on the comic below. See the first in the series here or […]

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November 3rd, 2010

Boil’s Laws—Orientation-Strategic Business Plan [Comic]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (0)
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Welcome to the third comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer–Rich Byrnes. It’s entitled Orientation—Strategic Business Plan and this one is in COLOR! You can see a larger version here or the first in the series here. Read about the inspiration […]

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October 20th, 2010

Boil’s Laws – The Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P & ID) [Comic]

By Rich Byrnes | Comments (5)
NewEngineersFieldTour Boils Laws

Welcome to the second comic in the Boil’s Laws comic strip series, brought to ChEnected by artist and chemical engineer–Rich Byrnes. It’s entitled The Piping and Instrumentation Diagram. You can see a larger version here or the first in the series here. Read about the inspiration behind Boils Laws here.

Have […]

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