CEP: July 2002 Despite today's tough economy, the financial outlook for chemical engineers is looking good. Next month's issue of CEP will feature a 16-page special section on career management - including a synopsis of the biennial AIChE Salary Survey, conducted by AIChE's Career Services Dept... Share Squeeze More Out of Complex Columns July2002Reactions and SeparationsPiyush ShahThese distillation setups can cut capital and operating costs by up to 30%, and increase separation efficiency. Here is a straightforward method for evaluation. Use Sustainability Metrics to Guide Decision-Making July2002Environmental ManagementBeth R. Beloff, Earl Beaver, Jeanette M. SchwarzSustainability provides a framework for integrating environmental, social and economic interests into effective business strategies. Use the Correct Constant-Volume Specific Heat July2002Heat TransferJohn GarvinThe common assumption that for real liquids cv can be approximated by cp is not correct. To get accurate cv values, use equations of state. Simplify Reliability Analysis of Chemical Processes July2002SafetyFarshad NouraiOriginally developed for discrete manufacturing, this method can be applied to process units to detect which components may fail, and correct the situation before trouble happens. Applying Six Sigma July2002ManagementYogesh B. TrivediBy implementing Six Sigma at its ethylene unit, Sasol has been able to recover as much as 65% of the opportunities that could have been lost. Be a Better Bargainer July2002Career CatalystRobert W. Bly Follow these pointers to succeed in win-win negotiations. Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine or purchase an article reprint? Learn more about Reprints and Permissions.