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Glew Engineering Consulting provides engineering consulting and engineering services.  Our practice has grown to include highly skilled engineers who specialize in many high technology and fundamental engineering disciplines across multiple industries. Most of our engineers have decades of experience in the Silicon Valley. 

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Our engineers, scientists, and consultants are highly innovative, have decades of experience each, and bring with them a large body of technical and business knowledge across many fields. Many of our consultants have multiple patents, published in various publications, have experience giving technical presentations, and have held management positions in industry. These decades of experience with technologies include industries including semiconductor equipment, IC design, EDA, CAD, fiber-optics, telecom/datacom (Telecom, Datacom, and Fiber Optics), photovoltaic cell manufacturing, flat panel dispay, LED manufacturing, as well as general mechanical engineering and electrical engineering.  Our people can help you to design, analyze, and improve your product design, reliability, and your manufacturing processes. 

So if your company needs assistance in mechanical engineering (Mechanical), electrical engineering,(Electrical Engineering), materials science, Computer Aided Design or CAD (CAD), finite element analysis (FEA), EDA (EDA blog), process engineering, equipment engineering, or requires some assistance as an engineering expert in an upcoming trial or arbitration (Litigation Support), our team of Engineering Consultants are professionally trained to meet your business requirements. 

Our engineers' extensive experience allows Glew Engineering to help you in an expedient and efficient manner, even for complex problem.  Contact Glew Engineering today to get your project underway.


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High-purity Gas Panels Part 9: Pressure Measurement in the Semiconductor Fab

In the last few entries in this blog series, I’ve written about methods for controlling and regulating gas pressure and flow rates in a gas line with valves, pressure regulators and flow restrictors, but I haven’t yet discussed the gauges and sensors used to actually measure these values.  I will cover mass flow controllers in a later blog, but in this and the next entry I...Read more

High-Purity Gas Panels Part 8: Flow Restrictors

Two types of  gas flow restrictors. In this week’s entry in our blog series exploring the design of high-purity gas panel design for semiconductor fabs, I’ll be covering components called flow restrictors or flow limiters.  The subject of last week’s entry was pressure regulators and their utility in proportionally controlling the pressure in a gas line.  Flow restrictors share a...Read more

High-Purity Gas Panels Part 7: Gas Pressure Regulators and Pressure Control

This blog series has been examining the design of gas distribution systems for semiconductor processes.  The previous entry focused on the use of diaphragm valves and check valves to activate or deactivate the flow in a length of gas line; this entry will cover the design and application of pressure regulators.  Mechanical engineers use these more complicated components to...Read more

High-purity Gas Panels Part 6: Valves for On and Off Flow Control

Typical "gas stick" in a semiconductor equipment gas panel. In part 6 of our blog series on the design of high purity semiconductor equipment, we'll be discussing gas valves.  While mass flow controllers fine-tune the amount of gas delivered to a process, and pressure regulators fine tune the gas pressure,  it is the manual and pneumatic valves that control on or off state of gas...Read more

High-Purity Gas Panels Part 5: Safety Interlocks

The use of fail-safe hardware safety interlocks is a key tenet of semiconductor equipment engineering, to protect equipment and ensure personnel safety. The idea of fail-safe technology has existed for a long time, however, as engineers through history work to keep progressively more complex machines and operators safe.  An inventor named George Westinghouse, for instance, developed the...Read more