This issue, a look at minimizing oil and gas flaring, tips for re-suspending settled solids in an agitated tank, risk-based methodologies for better asset integrity management, and more.
This issue, cybersecurity and the role of process safety, hydrogen's growing importance in transportation, how best to manage change for small modifications, and much more.
Learn how Acelen has a close eye on process safety at every level of its operations, as it processes 300,000 barrels of oil each day at its Mataripe refinery.
Learn about how Vale would like to help apply CCPS Risk-based Process Safety (RSPS) to the mining, minerals, and metals industries, and hear how the company continues to learn from the process safety lessons of a major incident.
Gaps in process safety can affect not only individual businesses and the communities around them, but also entire industries. Learn about how Latin American companies are working together to face process safety challenges and minimize risk.
Flaubert Matos Machado is the General Manager for Strategy and Center of Excellence in Safety, Environment and Health at Petrobras and a keynote speaker at the 9th CCPS Latin American Conference on Process Safety. I spoke with Flaubert about his and Petrobras’ involvement with the conference.
This month, an up-close look at water supply safety, tips for establishing a resilient supply chain for dangerous goods, how to use modeling software during development to evaluate process uncertainties, and much more.
Meet Sara, a chemical process safety engineer at Georgia Pacific, and learn about her work, its challenges, and what she really enjoys and values about her job.
This issue, learn about ultrasonic flowmeters, understand what makes an effective toxic shelter, get tips for starting a robotics program, and much more.
This issue, check out a special section on sustainability, including new paths towards sustainability for chemical engineering, significant sustainability policy updates, solar power storage news, and much more.
The 2022 edition of the Global HSE Conference convened May 16–19 in Muscat, Oman, where Kadri presented his address at the Youth Forum.
See photo highlights from San Antonio, where chemical engineers from 35 countries recently met in person for the 2022 Spring Meeting.
This month, read the special section on modular chemical process intensification, get tips on PHA studies in a virtual environment, learn about chemical engineers’ role in a nuclear energy renaissance, and much more.
Learn how Enablon is helping companies use predictive analytics and AI to help evaluate risk and improve risk management.
This issue, read about where effort is most required to break down gender biases in the workplace, learn how mobile tools can help reduce human error, get tips for thermal hazards assessments, and more.
In this issue, learn how to prevent polymer buildup at an ethylene plant, take a look at avoiding incidents with toxic inhalation hazard chemicals, harness AI in the plant, and much more.
Learn how Syngenta was able to increase process safety knowledge at manufacturing facilities across the globe without having to create additional internal training courses.
Want to meet other process engineers? Looking to understand how you can apply your degree to multiple fields as a process engineer? Then join us March 10th!
This month, banish 11 problem-solving myths, get tips for properly selecting the right refrigeration system, learn to avoid common errors in hazard analysis and risk assessments (HARA), and much more.
Hear from Ecolab’s global engineering leader about process safety trends in the Asia-Pacific region and about the company’s path to process safety leadership.
Learn how one company is transforming its process safety culture, and hear predictions about where process safety practices, technology, and related regulatory issues are headed.
Learn about the different industries Vitor has worked in and about the varied responsibilities he’s held during his ten years as a process engineer.
Get tips on designing liquid-liquid extraction systems, understand how emergency isolation valves can mitigate early pool fires, catch up on Institute news, and much more.
Using simple, well-designed grab sampling systems and industry-standard best practices will help you provide the best product to your customers.
This issue, weigh the benefits of short-term and long-term solutions for aging infrastructure, use process safety risk assessment for cybersecurity risks, get tips for accurate detailed capital cost estimates, and more.
This issue, brush up on process control basics, get tips on dust hazard analysis, and identify root causes of heat exchanger tube failure — and much more!
These simple but important lessons drawn from daily work life can simplify any chemical engineering career path you choose, traditional or otherwise.
This issue: boosting parting box performance, common failures mechanism of fired heaters, plus AI, XR, and microlearning trends in training, and much more.
Learn what's new at the Spring Meeting and GCPS, and get details on specialized topical conferences, featured speakers and events, and more.
Scientist and CEO Ilham Kadri will discuss leadership and how she has led her company to take on the challenges of sustainability and safety.
Understand how process safety management (PSM) fits into operational excellence (OE), and why PMS is so important in the process industries.
This issue, a seven-question HAZOP study, a look at early-stage capital cost estimation, avoiding a high-temperature hydrogen attack, and more.
Can you help out with answers to other members’ questions about upper flammability limits, safe carbon disulfide storage, student thesis topics, and more?
Use this summary of 2019's process safety incidents to learn and to help prevent incidents at your facility, whatever your industry.
This month, optimizing catalyst performance, managing change safely, a look at vortex flowmeters, and much more.
This month, chemical engineers exchange tips on safely speeding up bleach processing, debate digital twins, discuss how they can best improve the world, and more.
This issue: opportunities to control plastic waste, a look at design and operation considerations for distillation experiments, and much more.
Not caught up on the top chemical engineering news of the summer? Check out this summary of ChEnected's most popular posts from July and August.
This month, understand how digital transformations are affecting plants and refineries, get an intro to blockchain technology, and more.
This month, there's an Engage conversation about personal finance tips, while others are sharing accounts of accident incidents, or looking for fellow students interested in biomedical topics.
This issue, take a look at reducing area electrical classification through upgraded ventilation, get the information you need for pressure-relief system design, get tips for managing ammonia in wastewater, and much more.
Learn how COVID-19 is affecting the development of process safety management, and hear thoughts on changes to come over the next five years.
A cross-disciplinary panel of experts representing industry, medical research, and government will offer perspectives on the response of the chemical process industries to the COVID-19 pandemic, Monday, August 17, from 1:30PM–2:30PM CT.
Learn about industry's evolving approach to emergency relief system design and about some of the areas that present the greatest opportunities for design improvement.
Hurricane season is upon us. Are you prepared to ensure your plant’s safety in case you’re affected by an extreme weather event?
This month, a special section on the cosmetics industry, plus safety incident prevention, a look at the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, and much more.
HMC Polymers, a CCPS corporate member, hosted a virtual process safety session for its leadership team from the company's plant in Map Ta Phut, Thailand.
In this issue: understand pressure drop correlations, evaluate control valve performance, devise a program to reduce the potential for hazardous chemical releases, and much more.
CCPS provides detailed insights to help companies adapt and lead risk-based process safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This month, a look at dual-dividing-wall columns, steps to improve disaster preparedness, controlling nitrogen and phosphorus in wastewater, and much more.
This issue, a special section dedicated to process intensification, plus articles on perfecting incident investigations, preventing corrosion, career tips, and much more.
Free access is available for two months to this important process safety publication featuring highlights from Loss Prevention Asia 2019 (LPA 2019).
Houston's meeting has something for everyone (March 29–April 2), from specialized plant safety and international sessions to process safety mentoring and on-site courses.
In this issue, troubleshooting combustion and air pollution control equipment, a heat exchanger primer, tips for career growth, and more.
AIChE's Shakeel Kadri testified that the Chemical Safety Board protects the public's safety and keeps process industries strong.
Keep your flare system safe, get tips to troubleshoot a thermosiphon reboiler, build skills to transition to a leadership role, and much more.
Lessons on process safety: Learn from some of the symposium's top papers detailing safety incidents and solutions.
Think low pressure means low risk? Think again! Looking for ways to reduce distillation column energy requirements? We've got smart tips. These topics and much more in the December 2019 issue.
Up on the latest happenings and events? Catch up on conference highlights, top Engage discussions, most popular content, and more.
This month in CEP, tips for getting your research published, advice for strong video presentations, a look at reducing plant energy costs, and much more.
Catch up on the latest CCPS news, including student boot camps, faculty workshops, regional meetings around the world, and more.
As the hydrogen economy grows, so does the need for technical information and know-how about hydrogen safety. Read more about safety advances.
This month in CEP, learn about NSF grants, get tips for safe scaleup, learn about planning a plant decommissioning, and much more.
Know anything about wastewater pre-chlorination? Suggestions for the top-10 books for ChemE beginners? Questions of your own? Chime in!
Read about Rasika's career path and about her fascinating work in computer modeling and simulations at OLI Systems, Inc.
A careful and methodical approach to technical issues will make your work easier and help save your company time and money.
CCPS representatives met with numerous Brazilian companies to discuss process safety challenges and plan the next LACPS in 2020.
This issue, the 2019 AIChE salary survey for chemical engineering, along with articles on smart manufacturing, cybersecurity, cooling tower design, and much more.
Registration is now open to academic faculty who wish to take part in the various free process safety workshops scheduled across the US this summer.
Welcome to AIChE’s What’s Trending feature, where you'll discover some of our most viewed and read content from prior months. Check out the video above for a short recap.
Attendees at two recent conferences learned how CCPS's downloadable RAST software can help prevent hazardous situations and incidents.
Case histories presented at GCPS in New Orleans demonstrate the tragic consequences of safety failures in the chemical industry.
An impressive lineup of women leaders gathered at GCPS in New Orleans to discuss career paths, challenges, and and more.
Bruce Chinn, President of Chevron Chemicals, discusses highlights of his talk and shares his take on how diversity and inclusion fuel innovation.
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