CEP: April 2001 This month we welcome a new editor, add a new feature and say goodbye to an old friend in the pages of CEP. First, we are pleased to welcome Kristine Chin as editor-in-chief of CEP... Share Biofiltration - A Primer April2001Environmental ManagementStephen F. AdlerUse these guidelines to scale up and design biofiltration processes for the control of volatile organic compounds. Propel Your Pneumatic Conveying System to Higher Efficiency April2001Fluids and Solids HandlingFrancisco Cabrejos, Herman Purutyan, Thomas G. TroxelFor new and existing installations, there are many system and component choices available. Here’s how to narrow down the options to make the appropriate selection for optimal performance. Process Synthesis: Poised for a Wider Role April2001On The HorizonW. R. JohnsSoftware for generating process designs has made relatively limited inroads so far. But, it now is set to follow simulation and become a tool routinely used by chemical engineers. Estimate Heat Transfer and Friction in Dimple Jackets April2001Heat TransferJohn GarvinUse these correlations to determine the overall heat-transfer coefficient and the frictional pressure drop in dimple jackets. Successfully Switch from Industry to Academia April2001Career CatalystAlan W. WeimerHere’s what you should know if you’re considering making the transition. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine? It’s easy to request permission to reuse content. Simply click here to connect instantly to licensing services, where you can choose from a list of options regarding how you would like to reuse the desired content and complete the transaction.