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  1. Shaping a New Role for the Operator

    CEP Magazine article, May 2004

    In the future, operating teams may proactively manage their plants to maximize safety and minimize environmental impact, while pushing the processes to their optimal limits. Here's how to achieve the necessary paradigm shift by giving operators an enhanced role.

  2. Getting Your Message Across

    CEP Magazine article, May 2004

    Engineers play an important role in the marketing of products, processes and services. Here's a short course on the basics of marketing communications to help you be effective in that role.

  3. Whistleblowing - Is it Always Obligatory?

    CEP Magazine article, June 2004

    Both interior and exterior consequences should be considered when deciding whether to report a breach of ethics.

  4. Sizing Relief Systems for High-Viscosity, Two-Phase Flow

    CEP Magazine article, June 2004

    Qualify your design methods for high-viscosity two-phase relief systems against these simple benchmarks. GeorgesMelhem-

  5. A ChE's Guide to Toxicology

    CEP Magazine article, June 2004

    Toxicology impacts a chemical engineer in a variety of ways. Here's what you need to know about the basics of this field.

  6. Improve Plant Reliability by Redefining Roles

    CEP Magazine article, June 2004

    The operator and maintenance technician can play key roles in ensuring equipment reliability and thus maximizing production while maintaining quality.

  7. Leadership: The Skill Most Needed

    CEP Magazine article, June 2004

    Do you have leadership potential? This article explores the differences between leadership and management, the qualities of a good leader, different leadership styles and where they are effective and not effective, and other issues.

  8. Consider Aerosol Formation in Heat Transfer Fluid Selection

    CEP Magazine article, July 2004

    In addition to flash point, fire point and auto-ignition temperature, the fluid’s tendency to form a mist should be considered when evaluating fluid safety.

  9. Knock, Knock. Who’s There? The EPA Inspector!

    CEP Magazine article, July 2004

    Preparation and training can help minimize your facility’s — and your own — vulnerability to criminal prosecution for environmental violations.

  10. Avoid Sulfolane Regeneration Problems

    CEP Magazine article, July 2004

    The regeneration of sulfolane, a common extraction solvent, is difficult. With proper attention to design and operation, problems can be minimized.

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