CEP: June 2006

Ask an average pre-teen what an engineer is and you'll likely hear the answer, "I don't know,"or "a train operator."I must confess that when I was about eight years old, I thought an engineer was a train operator...

Troubleshooting Distillation Simulation

June
2006
Reactions and Separations
Stanislaw K. Wasylkiewicz
A tool called azeotrope pressure sensitivity analysis (APSA) can shed light on the dependence of an azeotrope's composition and temperature on changes in pressure.

Succeed at Catalyst Scale-Up

June
2006
Reactions and Separations
Ben Wagner, Donald R. Engelbert, J. Todd Osbourne, Jeff Braden, Richard Allen, Uday T. Turaga, William H. Beever
Follow these principles to reduce the time required for scale-up and commercialization to improve the resource effectiveness of the effort.

Fundamentals of Effective Leadership

June
2006
Career Catalyst
Richard J. Kinsley
To become a leader people want to follow, focus on the team's objectives, avoid self-deception, build strong relationships, and enable others to achieve the team's goals.

Right-Sizing Environmental Controls

June
2006
Environmental Management
E. Joseph Duckett
Size does matter - and bigger is not necessarily better when it comes to pollution control. It is more important to be the right size than the largest size.

Pipeline Pressure Drop: A New Design Correlation

June
2006
Fluids and Solids Handling
Roger Gilmont
A linear equation has been derived to accurately calculate the flowrate of fluids in the laminar and turbulent regions, and to derive an equation for use in the transitional regions.
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