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  1. IGCC Power Generation - Down But Not Out

    CEP Magazine article, September 2008

    Many technology advances are underway to address cost, CO2 and reliability issues and expand the use of integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC), a cleaner way to generate electricity from coal.

  2. Whatever Happened to the Class of 2009?

    CEP Magazine article, September 2009

    Regardless of their current employment status and personal outlook, the new class of chemical engineering graduates is con?dent that they possess a unique versatility and capacity to make good and do good.

  3. 2011 AIChE Salary Survey

    CEP Magazine article, June 2011

    Chemical engineering salaries have remained stable over the last two years at a median of $110,000. Average starting salaries are nearly $66,900. This expanded version of the article that appeared in print provides the detailed survey results.

  4. Supplemental Nanobiotechnology Tables

    CEP Magazine article, February 2006

    These tables offer a snapshot of the many companies, research organizations and universities working in nanotechnology, nanoscience, nanobiotechnology and other variations of the term that has been coined to describe a revolutionary approach to innovation without application borders.

  5. Develop a Strategy for Residual Risk

    CEP Magazine article, January 2001

    Understand the implications of the pending regulations to better address residual risk and to develop an effective communications plan.

  6. Effectively Control Column Pressure

    CEP Magazine article, January 2001

    Maintaining proper pressure can play a crucial role in the stable operation of a distillation column. Here’s how to select the most appropriate pressure-control scheme.

  7. Succeed in Business in the Far East

    CEP Magazine article, January 2001

    Understand what is expected of you when traveling to this burgeioning part of the world.

  8. Six Steps to Effectively Update and Revalidate PHAs

    CEP Magazine article, January 2001

    Process hazard analyses must be revamped — or redone from scratch — every five years by law. Following the guidance given here will facilitate this effort.

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