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  • Scientific Method: Rethink Experiment Design

    The traditional approach to experimentation, often referred to as the “scientific method,” requires changing only one factor at a time (OFAT), but this method only allows one to see things one dimension at a time. By varying factors only at two levels each, but simultaneously rather than one at a time, experimenters can uncover important interactions.

    Mark J. Anderson and Patrick J. Whitcomb, Stat-Ease
    11/01/2006
  • Catalyst Screening Gets Faster

    Automated chromatographic alignment enhances high-throughput testing

    Mark Krawczyk, Charles P. McGonegal, Matthew J. Schmidt, Mike McCall and J. W. Adriaan Sachtler, UOP, and Martin Plassen, Arne Karlsson and Elisabeth M. Myhrvold, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry
    10/07/2014
  • Models Take off

    Process simulation historically has taken place within proprietary modeling environments. However, the ability of simulators to more accurately handle demanding tasks continues to evolve.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    12/21/2004
  • Chemical industry and academia must move closer

    The 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering is nearly upon us, and "industry people" need to have a larger presence at these types of meetings, says Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    05/25/2005
  • What price is right?

    Minimizing costs is only one part of the economic equation for profitability.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    09/27/2005
  • Vaaler Award Winners

    Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig congratulates the winners for CP's annual Vaaler awards, given to the products and services that most improve the operations and economics of plants.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    11/27/2005
  • Hard lessons worth sharing

    Editor-in-Chief Mark Rosenzweig writes that the causes of two incidents should get attention from other processors.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    01/24/2006
  • Savor your slide rule

    This long-time symbol of engineering has retained its value, says Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig in his monthly column.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    02/20/2006
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