CEP: March 2001 Share Monitor Cooling Towers for Environmental Compliance March2001Heat TransferAllen C. Hile, IIIEstablish an effective monitoring program by following these recommended practices. Realize Greater Benefits from CFD March2001Fluids and Solids HandlingAhmad H. Haidari, Andre Bakker, Lanre M. OshinowoComputational fluid dynamics has moved from mainframes to PCs and laptops. Newer and better software lets you conduct analyses not possible before, and regular engineers, not just experts, can now carry out CFD. Easily Assess Complex Safety Loops March2001InstrumentationLawrence BeckmanMany safety instrumented systems rely on dissimilar redundant field devices, and this can complicate required analyses. These equations will enable field personnel to handle such situations readily. Don’t Act Like a Novice About Reaction Engineering March2001Reactions and SeparationsJonathan H. WorstellNew graduates should ask four key questions when given an industrial reaction engineering project. Use Case Histories to Energize Your HAZOP March2001SafetyGlenn MahnkenReviewing incident reports at a HAZOP meeting is more than just a lessons learned activity. It can spur sharper thinking and lead to a more telling analysis of your processes. Do More in Less Time March2001Career CatalystRobert W. BlyTen tips for improving your personal productivity. Operate Cooling Towers Correctly at High Cycles of Concentration March2001Heat TransferDaniel A. Meier, J. Dean Lammering, Donald A. Johnso, John E. HootsHere’s how to avoid potential scaling and corrosion problems and control costs. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.