CEP: October 2005 For the greater part of the 20th century, chemical engineers have made significant contributions to the development, design, and efficient use of energy.Through conferences, Divisions and Forums, and member activities, AIChE continues to address our energy challenges through the advancement, transfer, and application of technology... Share Specifying Vessels for High-Pressure Dust Collectors October2005Environmental ManagementTodd RusselburgASME codes and standards govern the design, fabrication, testing and certification of high-pressure dust collector vessels. This article will assist you in working with a code vessel designer and/or manufacturer. Integrate Process Simulation and Process Synthesis October2005Computational MethodsDominic Chwan Yee Foo, Zainuddin Abdul Manan, Michael Lynn McGuire, Murugan SelvanThe design of a new process using computer simulations to analyze a process flowsheet based on the onion model can save time, effort and, ultimately, money. Safeguarding Rotating Equipment in Ethylene Plants October2005Fluids and Solids HandlingKazim Akhtar Protect compressors and turbines by using piping strainers and following the line procedures outlined in this article. Connecting, Cultivating, Catalyzing October2005SBE Special SectionDaniel I. C. Wang, June WispelweyUpdate on activities of the Soc. for Biological Engineering Society for Biological Engineering News October2005SBE Special SectionJune WispelweyStudent Chapters Have Arrived! SBE Frontier Tutorial Second Bioengineering and Nanotech Conference Michael Shuler Wins Inaugural James E. Bailey Award Fishing Out Unusual DNA Enzyme is Linked to Neurological Disease Biorefinery Process Economics October2005SBE Special SectionGregory M. BohlmannWith oil and natural gas prices surging, bio-based feedstocks are becoming increasingly competitive. This article examines, in depth, the technical and economic aspects of the biorefinery concept. Biotransformations for a Green Future October2005SBE Special SectionSusan Truesdell Enzyme and microbial biotransformations offer green chemistry alternatives for performing difficult or non-selective chemical reactions. Enzyme Discovery: Screening, Cloning, Evolving October2005SBE Special SectionPer Falholt, Glenn Nedwin, Thomas SchaeferEnzymes are nature’s answer to many industrial and environmental challenges. This article details the latest approaches to enzyme discovery and evolution. 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.