CEP: November 2001 Chemical engineers are probably some of the most versatile people you will find throughout many different industries, such as petrochemicals, fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, information technology, semiconductors, food and beverage, and even publishing... Share To Foul or Not To Foul -- That is the Question November2001Heat TransferT. Reg BottHere are some insights into the design, operation and research issues associated with heat exchanger fouling. Preventing Pollution Around the World November2001Environmental ManagementJ. J. RaoBy implementing these strategies at all of its overseas facililities, an international corporation can reap such benefits as increased efficiency, reduced costs and a positive public image. Size Letdown Lines for Pressure Surges November2001Fluids and Solids HandlingGianni AnciA high-pressure gas flow in a letdown circuit can cause damage to piping and equipment. Here is how to design a system to avoid damage should a pressurized gas flow occur GianniAnci- Elements of Calculation Style November2001Career CatalystJames AnthonyStyle helps readers to understand, and calculations to succeed Use Maximum-Credible Accident Scenarios for Realistic and Reliable Risk Assessment November2001SafetyFaisal I. KhanPosing various possible incidents - rather than just the worst-case one - illuminates those that are really important and those that are most likely to occur Manage Projects Effectively November2001ManagementGlen RosentraterDeveloping the proper plan can help to avoid budget overruns Succeed in Business in Germany and Switzerland November2001Career CatalystLeonore Clauss, Lionel F. Laroche Interactions with the Germans and the Swiss may seem easy, but it's important to understand their way of thinking and their approach to doing business. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.