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One r sum myth is that experience needs to be listed in chronological order, beginning with the most recent. This is not true. If you are in the industry, have a stable work history, and are searching for a similar job, this layout is ideal for you. But, if you are changing careers or changing industries, you don t need to adhere to that hierarchy. Evaluate your experience and make judgment calls about your unique situations. If you performed similar job responsibilities in a past position and believe it will cast you as a more qualified candidate, list that job first. Simply deemphasize the dates in your job listings. This would be in the format of a skill-based r sum (see sidebar). If you are a recent grad or a career changer, you may have several jobs that are inappropriate to the position you are applying for. If you were in a position of management, it is acceptable to keep that job on your r sum if you don t have other experience. This is because it demonstrates some of the other qualities a company may be looking for. If the non-IT-related job was not a management position, leaving it off is usually best. Focus on your skills more than your experience.
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2.7.7 Hydrogenation and Hydrolysis Processes The reduction of carbonyl sulfide, carbon disulfide, sulfur dioxide, and sulfur vapor in Claus tail gas to hydrogen sulfide is necessary when sulfur recovery of more than 99.9 percent is required. Usually the sulfur recovery level is set by the allowable emissions of sulfur from the tail gas incinerator. In addition, the reduction of carbonyl sulfide is done on raw synthesis gas when the downstream acid gas removal process is unable to remove carbonyl sulfide to a sufficient extent to meet sulfur emissions regulations from combustion of the cleaned fuel gas. These sulfur compounds are reduced to hydrogen sulfide by hydrogenation or by hydrolysis, at a raised temperature, over a catalytic bed. In these processes, elemental sulfur and sulfur dioxide are reduced mainly via hydrogenation, while carbonyl sulfide and carbon disulfide are mainly hydrolyzed to hydrogen sulfide. Sulfur and sulfur dioxide are virtually completely converted to hydrogen sulfide when an excess of hydrogen is present. The SCOT (Shell Claus off-gas treating) process was developed in the early 1970s and consists of a combination of a catalytic hydrogenation/hydrolysis step and an amine scrubbing unit. The hydrogenation/hydrolysis of the sulfur compounds in the tail gases from the Claus unit has already been covered above. The early SCOT units consisted of a hydrogenation/hydrolysis reactor and a conventional amine unit (Fig. 2.7). The Claus tail gas, after being reduced in the reactor, is cooled in a quench column and scrubbed by a Sulfinol solution. The clean tail gas goes to a Claus incinerator and the acid gas rich solution is regenerated in a stripping column. The acid gas off the top of the stripper is recycled back to the Claus plant for further conversion of the hydrogen sulfide. The absorber is operated at near atmospheric pressure and the amine solvent is not highly loaded with acid gases. Because the solution is not highly loaded, unlike high pressure operation, there is no need for an intermediate flash vessel and the loaded solution goes directly to a stripper.
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The Last Known Good Configuration startup option allows you to recover from a problem by reversing driver and registry changes made since you last started Windows XP Professional. Windows XP Professional does not update Last Known Good Configuration information in the registry until the operating system successfully restarts in normal mode and a user logs on and is authenticated. Using Last Known Good Configuration restores information for the registry subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet. Additionally, if you updated any device drivers, choosing Last Known Good Configuration restores the previous drivers. Using Last Known Good Configuration might enable you to resolve startup or stability problems. For example, if a Stop error occurs immediately after installing a new application or device driver, you can restart the computer and use Last Known Good Configuration to recover from the problem. When you are troubleshooting, it is recommended that you use Last Known Good Configuration before you try other options, such as safe mode. However, even if you decide to use safe mode first, logging on to the computer in safe mode does not update the Last Known Good Configuration. Therefore, using Last Known Good Configuration remains an option if you cannot resolve your problem by using safe mode. To use Last Known Good Configuration from the Windows Advanced Options menu 1. Remove any floppy disks or CDs from your computer and restart your computer.;
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