CEP: April 2002 Global climate change, alternative energy options, and the viability of nuclear energy - these are all issues that affect us on all levels. Chemical engineers are working in all facets of these areas, whether it is in researching trends, developing more environmentally friendly processes, or even dealing with the political aspects of these issues... Share Want to be a Star Performer? Hire a Coach April2002Career CatalystClare Marshall WoodA coach can help you tap into your potential to achieve your goals and to live a more fulfilling and productive life. Troubleshooting Bins, Hoppers and Feeders April2002Fluids and Solids HandlingJerry R. JohansonBy understanding solids' properties and what promotes flow, problems faced in the plant can be remedied Controlling NOx Emissions - Part 2 April2002Environmental ManagementMike BradfordNOx reduction technologies include selective catalytic reduction, selective noncatalytic reduction, and catalytic oxidation/scrubbing. Should You Use Enhanced Tubes? April2002Heat TransferGraham T. Polley, Mohamad R. Jafari NasrFollowing this procedure to identify a basic exchanger geometry without performing a full exchanger design and to evaluate where and when heat transfer enhancement can be of benefit. Mitigate Venting Hazards by Steam Injection April2002SafetyVictor H. EdwardsA more practical approach to safe atmospheric venting may be using a shorter stack and injecting steam into the vented vapors. Tracing Process Problems April2002InstrumentationJohn E. HootsIn water chemistry control, fluorescent tracing technology can quickly and effectively determine and deal with the root cause of a problem. Accurately Estimate Production Costs April2002ManagementIn a multiproduct chemical complex, determining production costs is no simple matter. Here's a logical method that can help. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.