CEP: June 2010 In this issue's cover story (pp. 23-27), retired energy executive and Princeton Univ. industrial lecturer Vern Weekman gazes into a proverbial crystal ball to get a glimpse of society's energy mix in the year 2050. He sees growth in non-CO2-producing sources, such as nuclear, wind, solar, and biofuels... Share Gazing into an Energy Crystal Ball June2010On The HorizonVern W. Weekman Jr.By mid-century, new energy sources could be integrated into the existing chemical-conversion infrastructure, but additional research is needed to fine-tune the technologies and improve efficiencies and economics. Agitating Fibrous Materials June2010Back To BasicsGregory T. BenzSlurry agitation involves complicated processes. This article presents guidelines for understanding the rheology of cellulosic and other fibrous materials, and outlines a method for scaling up their agitation. Troubleshoot and Solve Pneumatic Conveying Problems June2010Fluids and Solids HandlingEric Maynard, Eric MaynardUse this scientific approach instead of a costly trial-and-error method to diagnose problems and implement solutions for conveying systems. Making the Team: Teams, Teamwork, and Teambuilding June2010Career CatalystEldon R. LarsenA project team is more than a group of talented professionals. It is an interdependent unit, empowered with understanding, accountabilities and mutual support that permit it to achieve goals — both organizational and personal — more efficiently and... 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.