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  1. Optimize Process Regulation

    CEP Magazine article, December 2001

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

  2. Expanded Metal Networks: A Safety Net to Thwart Gas Explosions

    CEP Magazine article, December 2001

    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 putting a limit on the temperature rise.

  3. Preliminary and Final Scopes of Engineering

    CEP Magazine article, December 2001

    Use this project template to adress large capital projects in the CPI.

  4. Achieving Success

    CEP Magazine article, December 2001

    Put these seven principles to work to spell success for your professional and personal life.

  5. Clean Up Contaminated Sites

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    Risk-based monitored natural attenuation effectively monitors the extent of contamination, the associated risk, and the effectiveness of natural clean-up processes.

  6. The Chemical Industry and Toulouse: Lessons After Bhopal

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    Thoughts on how to prevent another catastrophic accident from occurring.

  7. Prevent Fires in Thermal Fluid Systems

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    Follow these design and operating guideines for a safe heat-transfer-fluid system.

  8. Solve the 5 Most-Common Pneumatic Conveying Problems

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    Does your system suffer from plugging? Bottlenecking? Abrasion? Poor venting? Degraded product? Here are remedies.

  9. Reduce Solvent Usage During Batch Distillation

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    Operating at a constant level can reduce the loss of the replacement solvent to the distillate by 50–70%.

  10. Synergistic Design Approach to Safety and Reliability Yields Great Benefits

    CEP Magazine article, January 2002

    Merging the design processes of inherent safety and operational reliability reduces the total technial resources, while improving both parameters.

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