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  1. Audit Your Emissions Inventory

    CEP Magazine article, January 2010

    Some emissions reports include data that are based on faulty assumptions and methodologies. This article presents an effective approach to auditing your emissions inventory to maximize the representativeness of the reports you submit. <br>

  2. Determine the Optimum Number of Process Trains

    CEP Magazine article, January 2010

    This article demonstrates that the repair and expense costs of process trains are not proportional to their capital costs and that, in most cases, building one plant with a single process train is the most economically efficient choice. <br><br>

  3. Producing Electricity and Chemicals Simultaneously

    CEP Magazine article, February 2010

    Interesting technology ... interesting policy ... difficult economics ... numerous challenges ... <br>

  4. Successfully Navigate the Negotiation Process

    CEP Magazine article, February 2010

    Employment negotiations begin even before a job offer is extended. Having a clear plan of action, and an understanding of your objectives and those of your employer, will help you make the most of this important process. <br>

  5. Evaluating and Documenting Tower Performance

    CEP Magazine article, February 2010

    A good performance evaluation can lead to a significant improvement in column performance and establish a basis for future tower evaluations. <br>

  6. Communicating the Cost of Product and Process Development

    CEP Magazine article, February 2010

    Decision-makers often require cost estimates for products and processes at the earliest stages of development — when many cost-determining factors remain uncertain. Identifying variables that impact cost estimates, and putting them in context, will lead to clearer communication and better...

  7. Evaluating the Risks and Rewards of an Expatriate Assignment

    CEP Magazine article, March 2010

    The global chemical industry is showing particularly strong growth outside North America. Understanding where opportunities exist — and which are worth taking — can help you decide whether it is time to take your career, and your life, on the road.

  8. Understand the Real World of Mixing

    CEP Magazine article, March 2010

    Most chemical engineering curricula do not adequately address mixing as it is commonly practiced in the chemical process industries. This article attempts to fill in the gaps by explaining flow patterns, mixing techniques, and the turbulent, transitional and laminar mixing regimes.

  9. The Role for Biofuels

    CEP Magazine article, March 2010

    The advanced biofuels industry is at a critical stage of development and deployment.

  10. Minimize Scale-Up Risk

    CEP Magazine article, March 2010

    Proven commercial-scale equipment already exists for many operations involved in producing biofuels from lignocellulosic feedstocks.

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