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  1. Choose the Right Gas Sensor

    CEP Magazine article, September 2009

    Selecting a sensor for continuous monitoring involves many considerations. This article discusses the types of sensors available, their applicability and limitations, and how to choose an appropriate sensor to protect people and equipment.

  2. Managing Transportation Safety and Security Risks

    CEP Magazine article, October 2009

    Effective transportation risk management (TRM) balances safety and security with operational efficiency. When developing a TRM program, use this comprehensive framework and these practical techniques to identify and screen risks.

  3. Working with Job Search Consultants and Recruiters

    CEP Magazine article, October 2009

    Search firms and executive recruiters can be powerful allies in a competitive employment environment.This article puts their role in context and provides guidelines on how to work effectively with them.

  4. Understanding Operating Data

    CEP Magazine article, October 2009

    Operating data offer valuable clues and are essential to managing and improving processes.However, they can also be misleading and hide the underlying issues.The principles and statistical tools presented here can help you make effective use of process data.

  5. Cooling Towers, Part 2: Operating, Monitoring and Maintaining

    CEP Magazine article, October 2009

    Process plants often use evaporative cooling towers to reject heat to the atmosphere.This article explains the basics of cooling tower operation.

  6. Time Away from the Office

    CEP Magazine article, October 2009

  7. ChemShow Experts Look to the Future

    CEP Magazine article, November 2009

    Industry experts share their opinions on what they consider to be important recent breakthroughs and what they predict will be next for the CPI.

  8. Ace the Interview

    CEP Magazine article, November 2009

    Few situations can be more anxiety-provoking than a job interview. Although the skills required for a successful interview may not come naturally, they can be honed — with practice, introspection, and informed preparation.

  9. Wastewater Treatment: Understanding the Activated Sludge Process

    CEP Magazine article, November 2009

    The activated sludge process is used to treat waste streams that are high in organics and biodegradable compounds. Here are some principles of design and operation.

  10. SBE Update: Enhancing Bioprocessing

    CEP Magazine article, November 2009