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  • Cut column energy consumption

    With increasing energy prices and public sensitivity to energy consumption, many plants are paying more attention to optimizing distillation. Simple and low-risk operational changes often can provide substantial savings.

    Andrew Sloley, VECO U.S.A.
  • Cut Air Consumption, Part II

    This case study concludes with highlights of the actions taken to correct inefficiencies in a compressed air system that resulted in annual energy savings of $500,000/year at Solutia's Greenwood, S.C., plant.

    Ven V. Venkatesan, Energy Columnist
  • Cut Air Consumption, Part I

    Case study highlights common energy-efficiency problems in compressed air systems.

    Ven V. Venkatesan, Energy Columnist
  • Curriculum change isn’t enough

    Chemical engineering students deserve better teachers, according to Chemical Processing's Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
  • Curb Control Valve Cavitation

    It's possible to abate or perhaps even avoid costly damage.

    Steven Hocurscak and Kyle Rayhill, Neles & Mapag
  • CSB Chair Gives Good Vibes

    New head sends strong signals about reinvigorating the Chemical Safety Board

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor In Chief
  • CSB Calls For Changes

    Final report on Chevron refinery fire offers advice to API and ASME

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
  • Crystallization Design: It's Crystal Clear

    An extremely selective process, crystallization can be a powerful separation tool. But, to optimize product, you must clearly understand and precisely control the process.

    Wayne Genck
  • Crack the Code

    When specifying dust collectors, it may not be necessary to follow ASME code to the letter. Ask the right questions and ask them early

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