CEP: December 2001

We have a professional responsibility to do what we can as chemical engineers to counter the success of terrorism. In fact, we are capable of exercising far more effective shaping of policy, and far more effective utilization of technology in our daily lives, than public opinion seems to expect...

Design Reactors via CFD

Reactions and Separations
Ahmad H. Haidari
Using computational fluid dynamics to design commercial-size batch and continuous reactors can eliminate subjective experience and empiricism, leading to better-designed, more-efficient units.

Expanded Metal Networks: A Safety Net to Thwart Gas Explosions

Hans K. Fauske
Using active deflagration suppression is the usual way to prevent or mitigate gas explosions. However, this is not always practical. A passive method is now available - inserting a metal foil into the vessel to absorb the heat of reaction and...

Achieving Success

Career Catalyst
Slava Thaler
Put these seven principles to work to spell success for your professional and personal life.

Correctly Calculate the Potential to Emit

Environmental Management
Janet Scheier
Determining maximum capacity and ensuring that permit limits are federally enforceable are critical to calculating PTE.

Optimize Process Regulation

Phillip D. Schnelle
Laboratory feedback proportional-integral control integrates statistical process control with automatic process control to minimize process variability.

Take the Guesswork Out of FRP Corrosion

Fluids and Solids Handling
Gunnar Bergman
The lifetime of fiberglass-reinforced plastic equipment and piping often depend upon previous experience. Here's a way to predict and prolong service life.
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