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  1. Innovations in Food Processing

    CEP Magazine article, March 2003

    Today's savvy consumers want processed foods to look freshly prepared, while still meeting all safety requirements. Conventional thermal treatments are inadequate to fulfill this demand. New nonthermal techniques, such as pulsed-electric fields, are paving the path to healthier-looking foods.

  2. Improve Your Reading Efficiency and Speed

    CEP Magazine article, March 2003

    Are you feeling overwhelmed by the daily influx of memos, letters, reports and journals? These tips will help you develop a systematic method for dealing with the endless stream of material that is essential to your job.

  3. Estimate Evaporative Losses from Spills

    CEP Magazine article, April 2003

    Understand the methods available for determining emissions from a pool of spilled liquid.

  4. Developments in Slurry Handling

    CEP Magazine article, April 2003

    Update your knowledge of modeling, optimizing and controlling slurry pipeline flows.

  5. Increase Capacity and Decrease Energy for Existing Refinery Distillation Columns

    CEP Magazine article, April 2003

    This method optimizes the existing distillation system and its heat-exchanger network simultaneously, lowering energy consumption and freeing up capacity at a minimum capital investment.

  6. Limiting Shift-Work Fatigue in Process Control

    CEP Magazine article, April 2003

    Disrupting normal sleep/wake cycles causes fatigue and reduces alertness. Here are some preventive measures that can improve the performance of employees in 24-h operations.

  7. Avoid Internet Pitfalls

    CEP Magazine article, April 2003

    When developing your website, take these preventative measures to steer clear of any potential lawsuits.

  8. Work Effectively with Your Patent Attorney

    CEP Magazine article, April 2003

    By understanding the basics of patent law and by establishing a close working relationship with your attorneys, you can ensure that you receive the broadest possible patent protection.

  9. Optimize Power Consumption in Aerobic Fermenters

    CEP Magazine article, May 2003

    By performing the necessary pilot work, and rigorously calculating the full-scale performance instead of using simple rules-of-thumb, significant energy savings can be achieved in fermenters.

  10. Profit from Effective Greenhouse Gas Management -- A Six-Step Plan

    CEP Magazine article, May 2003

    Follow this procedure for evaluating the strategic importance of greenhouse gas (GHG) issues to your firm and developing a corporate strategy for managing GHGs.

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