CEP: December 2001 We have a professional responsibility to do what we can as chemical engineers to counter the success of terrorism. In fact, we are capable of exercising far more effective shaping of policy, and far more effective utilization of technology in our daily lives, than public opinion seems to expect... Share Take the Guesswork Out of FRP Corrosion December2001Fluids and Solids HandlingGunnar BergmanThe lifetime of fiberglass-reinforced plastic equipment and piping often depend upon previous experience. Here's a way to predict and prolong service life. Optimize Process Regulation December2001InstrumentationPhillip D. SchnelleLaboratory feedback proportional-integral control integrates statistical process control with automatic process control to minimize process variability. Expanded Metal Networks: A Safety Net to Thwart Gas Explosions December2001SafetyHans K. Fauske, Robert E. HenryUsing 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... Preliminary and Final Scopes of Engineering December2001ManagementGlen RosentraterUse this project template to adress large capital projects in the CPI. Achieving Success December2001Career CatalystSlava ThalerPut these seven principles to work to spell success for your professional and personal life. Design Reactors via CFD December2001Reactions and SeparationsAhmad H. Haidari, Andre Bakker, Elizabeth M. MarshallUsing computational fluid dynamics to design commercial-size batch and continuous reactors can eliminate subjective experience and empiricism, leading to better-designed, more-efficient units. Follow These Best Practices in Steam System Management December2001Heat TransferDavid Jaber, Fred L. Hart, Gilbert A. McCoyThese tips on how to improve steam generation, distribution and recovery can help a plant to increase its steam system efficiency by as much as 20-30%. Dynamic Simulation - Modeling Processes, the Environment, the World December2001Information TechnologyIrving J. Dunn, Ronald A. SheldenSimulation methods offer a way to study the influence of control algorithms and their parameters Correctly Calculate the Potential to Emit December2001Environmental ManagementJanet ScheierDetermining maximum capacity and ensuring that permit limits are federally enforceable are critical to calculating PTE. 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.