CEP: July 2016

Fuel cells for mobile and stationary applications offer efficient and reliable energy. Work to limit emissions from hydrogen fuel generation and implement a hydrogen infrastructure is underway. Read the four articles in this month's special energy section to learn more. Other topic in this issue include quantitative risk analysis and pressure-relief systems.

Editorial

Have you gotten engaged?

A few years ago, CEP published a series of articles on social media and the chemical engineer by Career Corner columnist Loraine Kasprzak. In my editorial kicking off the series, I concluded that after reading Loraine's first article ("Getting Started in Social Media," Jan. 2012, pp. 37–39) and seeing statistics about AIChE's blog, ChEnected, "I'm convinced that social media do have value for certain things — even if I still don't want a Facebook account."

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Avoid Pressure-Relief System Pitfalls

July
2016
Back To Basics
Justin Phillips
Before you begin pressure-relief system design, watch out for these common mistakes in identifying overpressure scenarios, performing sizing calculations, and installing the system in the field.

Special Section: Energy - Meet The Authors

July
2016
Special Section
Steve Baxley, P.E. / Kyle Brinkman / Amgad Elgowainy / Kevin Huang / Noah D. Meeks / Krishna Reddi / Sunita Satyapal / Shailesh D. Vora / Michael Wang

Special Section: Energy (Full 25-Page Supplement)

July
2016
Special Section
Tomorrow's Technology is a Reality Today; Fuel Cells and the Hydrogen Economy; Establishing the Fuel Cell Industry; Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Membranes; Fuel Cells for Mobile Applications
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