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  1. Identifying Corrosion and Its Causes

    CEP Magazine article, April 2011

    An important first step in maintaining equipment reliability and efficiency is understanding the various types of corrosion damage that can occur.

  2. Choose the Proper Level Measurement Technique

    CEP Magazine article, April 2011

    Match the appropriate sensor to the intended application for accurate level measurement.

  3. Nanotechnology: From Discovery to Innovation and Socioeconomic Projects

    CEP Magazine article, May 2011

    Nanoscale science and engineering continue to evolve from a scientific novelty to a broad-based technology with potential to transform medicine, productivity, sustainability, and quality of life.

  4. Nanotechnology: A Guide to Nano-Objects

    CEP Magazine article, May 2011

    Rapid change in the field of nanotechnology can make it hard to keep track of the latest nanomaterial developments. Here's a primer on the most common shapes, sizes, and compositions of nano-objects.

  5. Addressing Combustible Dust Hazards

    CEP Magazine article, May 2011

    Facilities that handle or generate dusts are at risk for explosions and flash fires. Follow this approach to understand and mitigate your combustible dust hazards.

  6. Implementing an IACS Patch-Management Program

    CEP Magazine article, May 2011

    Maintain state of the art industrial automation and control systems (IACS) by using these steps to support an effective patch management program and implement it with minimum risk.

  7. Japan’s Chemical Industry: From Post-War Recovery to Globalization

    CEP Magazine article, June 2011

    The recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan had a devastating impact on the people and industry of this economic and cultural giant. This article reflects on the emergence of Japan’s chemical industry in the half-century since World War II that led to its current position — from which it will begin...

  8. Selecting a Heat Exchanger Shell

    CEP Magazine article, June 2011

    The first step in specifying a shell-and-tube heat exchanger is choosing the right shell to meet process requirements.

  9. Integrate Compressor Performance Maps into Process Simulation

    CEP Magazine article, June 2011

    Transforming the performance maps to a reduced coordinate system that is independent of suction conditions and rotational speeds allows these curves to be accurately incorporated into a process simulator.

  10. Implement an Operational Discipline Program to Improve Plant Process Safety

    CEP Magazine article, June 2011

    Built on a solid foundation of leadership support and employee involvement, an operational discipline program can help to prevent serious incidents and injuries, and improve overall site safety and business performance.

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