CEP: October 2001 Creating some semblance of normalcy is, for many, one way of coping with the tragic events of September 11, 2001. In the September 16th edition of the Sunday New York Times, reporter Ellyn Spragins writes, "Returning to normal life as quickly as possible is surprisingly meaningful.".. Share How to do an Internal FDA Audit October2001ManagementGavin SinclairMeeting FDA regulations is not optional. The costs are high for any company that does not act responsibly to ensure that all additives are meet the required regulations. Write a Better Brochure October2001Career CatalystRobert W. BlyEngineers are often called on to review product brochures and ads for equipment and processes. Here are six tips for working more effectively with an ad agency or corporate marketing-communications department to create good product literature. Run Clean with Dry Vacuum Pumps October2001Fluids and Solids HandlingJim Ryans, Joe BaysThe use of dry pumps is growing, replacing workhorse steam jets and liquid-ring pumps. Here is a comprehensive selection guide. How Can We Improve Air Pollution Control? October2001OpinionHerbert C. McKeeWe as a society should keep these lessons in mind as we set future environmental goals, policies, laws and regulations. Air Heater Cleaning Simplified October2001Heat TransferBrad BueckerThis high-pressure water washing technique can be used to clean Ljungstrom-type air heaters. Optimize Control Room Communications October2001InstrumentationBrad A. Walker, James E. Lenhart, Karen D. SmithFaced with more distractions than ever, operators need an environment that is conducive for dealing with abnormal, as well as normal, situations. Effective control room design can help. Reduce Thermal Risk in Industrial Synthesis October2001SafetyRichard C. Wedlich Knowing the safe operating conditions for a reaction allows us to select appropriate safety measures and thereby lower both the likelihood and the severity of a thermal runaway. Pervaporation Comes of Age October2001Reactions and SeparationsNick WynnThis membrane process has found growing use for dehydrating organics. Uses keep increasing, mostly due to development of new, high-temperature membranes. 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.