ChemE On Demand

AIChE's ChemE on Demand is a multi-media digital library containing hundreds of on-demand webinars and recorded conference presentations. This convenient resource is designed to meet your needs as a chemical engineer. AIChE professional members are entitled to 6 FREE 'credits', good for content in ChemE on Demand each year. Undergraduate student members get free unlimited access to ALL ChemE On Demand content.

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Process Safety Fundamentals Webinar Bundle

This grouping of webinars on Process Safety will educate you about flammable materials as well as lessons to take away from hazardous incidents. Expand your knowledge of hazard analyses by learning more about material safety data sheets and how industry handles reactive chemical hazards.

Single Use Centrifuge- CHO Clarification

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2013
Abstract Text: The large scale economic collection of proteins is an important problem for the Biotechnology industry. Generally , proteins are...

CO2 Utilization Via Chemical Looping Process

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2013
Introduction Chemical looping is one of several emerging technology options capable to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions and helping in a diverse...

Modeling of CO2 Capture Using Microalgae

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2013
In order to model the growth of microalgae in a open-pond reactor , a 1000L system has been built and operated under realistic outdoor conditions...

From Waste to Gas: Biogas Valorization

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2013
From waste to gas: biogas valorizationV.L. Barrio , U. Izquierdo , J. Requies , M.B. Güemez , J.F. Cambra and P.L. Arias Faculty of Engineering (UPV/...

The Chemistry of Chocolate

AIChE Webinar
Nov 6, 2013
Steeped in tradition, chocolate evokes images of artisans making hand crafted delicacies in their kitchen, while little thought is given to the...

Desulfurization for Fuel Cells

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 6, 2013
Fuel cells can efficiently produce electricity using hydrogen and/or synthesis gas (syngas) obtained by reforming/gasification of gaseous , liquid ,...