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  1. Find the Optimum Flash Dryer to Remove Surface Moisture

    CEP Magazine article, August 2001

    With short residence times and various design options, these dryers are an efficient and economical choice for a wide variety of solids.

  2. Process Control for Microreactors

    CEP Magazine article, August 2001

    Field-programmable analog arrays coupled with microreactor technology promise to change the way plants are built, as well as the methods by which their processes are designed and controlled.

  3. Use a Comprehensive Database to Better Manage Process Safety

    CEP Magazine article, August 2001

    Find out if your database is large enough to be meaningful and whether it is being used to its fullest extent.

  4. Bridge the Gap with Semicontinuous Distillation

    CEP Magazine article, August 2001

    This processing strategy combines the advantages of batch and continuous operation, providing flexibility and efficiency in a single design.

  5. Checking Out the Competition

    CEP Magazine article, August 2001

    Develop a winning game plan by following these logical steps to competitive assessment.

  6. Quarter Turn vs. Rising Stem: Who is in Control?

    CEP Magazine article, September 2001

    Check out the valve choices that are available and make an informed decision on which one is right for your application.

  7. Develop Effective Environmental Training

    CEP Magazine article, September 2001

    Computer-based environmental compliance training offers a number of advantages. This article discusses the benefits of computer-based training, outlines its most important components, and provides tips for structuring and writing a course.

  8. Understand Freeze-Condensation Vacuum Systems

    CEP Magazine article, September 2001

    Placing a freeze-condenser ahead of an ejector system offers several advantages. Here's a look at what such units can do.

  9. Classify Particles Using Fluidized Beds

    CEP Magazine article, September 2001

    Here is an easy way to remove fine fractions from solids, with a minimum loss of the coarse fraction.

  10. Plant Floor vs. Financial Data: Resolving the Discrepancies

    CEP Magazine article, September 2001

    Discover a plant-wide solution that provides production accounting results that both engineers and accountants can agree on

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