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CEP: May 2018

Even though translational medicine has been defined in different ways, the central theme is using a multidisciplinary approach to translate novel scientific and technological findings from bench to bedside to address human health in an affordable

CEP: April 2018

Learn how to better estimate the space requirements for a pilot plant to ensure adequate space is allocated.

CEP: March 2018

Process intensification aims to dramatically improve manufacturing processes through the application of novel process schemes and equipment. This month's special section provides an introduction to process identification and discusses current industry trends and opportunities

CEP: February 2018

Part two in our three-part series on analyzing the performance of pump networks discusses energy efficiency measures and presents a new way to account for variation in pump efficiency.

CEP: January 2018

Flame arresters comprise a diverse array of safety devices, ranging from small, end-of-line units with threaded connections to massive, custom-built flanged behemoths weighing several tons. This month's Back to Basics article covers the basics of flame arresters to help prevent misapplications, which can have catastrophic results.

CEP: December 2017

This month's cover story presents an order-of-magnitude correlation for estimating the capital investment required for a shale-gas monetization plant.

CEP: November 2017

Drug addiction has reached epidemic proportions worldwide. Because chemical engineers have a duty to serve the public and address pressing societal needs, it is critical for chemical engineers to develop processes and products to help prevent and address drug addiction.

CEP: October 2017

The discipline of biomolecular engineering focuses on the interface between molecular biology, biophysical chemistry, and chemical engineering — with the goal to translate our fundamental understanding of molecular biology into useful therapies, d

CEP: September 2017

Coupling the traditional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) approach to model the fluid phase with the discrete element method (DEM) to model the particles creates a powerful numerical method to study multiphase particulate flows. See how CFD-DEM can be applied to modeling gas-solid multiphase systems. Other topics in this issue include human factors in alarm response, back to basics: boilers, and troubleshooting wastewater treatment.

CEP: August 2017

AIChE’s 35 Under 35 Award recognizes 35 outstanding young professional AIChE members, all under the age of 35. Each awardee was selected for their successes and contributions in the area of bioengineering, chemicals, education, energy, innovation, leadership, or safety.

CEP: July 2017

This issue’s special section on energy focuses on concentrating solar thermal (CST) technology. The first article provides an overview of CST and introduces various applications. The second article details the different types of solar thermochemical energy storage (TCES) that could be combined with CST in concentrating solar power (CSP) plants. The final article explains how ammonia synthesis could be used for TCES in a solar receiver that would also function as an ammonia reactor.

CEP: June 2017

Cybersecurity is a concern for all businesses. Organizations from retail stores to financial institutions to healthcare providers must take measures to safeguard their computers and corporate IT networks. Chemical process industries (CPI) firms, indeed all companies that handle hazardous chemicals, must also ensure the integrity of their industrial control systems (ICSs). One article in this issue explains a matrix-based risk-assessment approach to determining how much security is enough. Another article presents prevention and mitigation strategies and offers recommendations for incorporating industrial cybersecurity into an existing process safety management (PSM) program.