June 2009 Issue
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EPA proposes to find that GHGs endanger public health.
Are biofuels a boon or a black hole for chemical engineering?
Taking a broader look at such projects can improve their prospects.
Understand the role these diagrams can play and how to use them effectively.
Reaction takes place under mild conditions in dry air.
The technology could provide the cheapest biofuel competitive with natural gas.
The iron-based complexes promise to replace catalysts containing ruthenium and other platinum-group metals.
Avoid flow problems by considering the impact of inlet losses.
Readers solve an evaporation pump problem.
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Futuristic plants arent far off and herald even more dramatic changes.
Some companies are taking proactive steps to retain knowledge.
Stinting on capturing the expertise of departing employees is a false economy.
Such process-side control of tubular exchangers offers advantages.
Use on steam traps and research freezers leads to energy savings and improved uptime.
Pay particular attention to pipe size and materials compatibility.
Calculating the time actually needed can lead to economic and operational benefits.