August 2010 Issue
Fast-cycle technology promises to reduce the size and costs of PSA gas-separation equipment
A reader has a plug-flow reactor whose temperature is starting to cycle. The company tried to tuning both controllers but saw no improvement. Read about potential solutions to this reader's problem.
Use a step-by-step process to avoid pitfalls.
Possible changes to rules for transporting combustible materials may eliminate confusion.
Train your technical specialist on energy efficiency.
Advanced control enables more effective use of hydrogen byproduct.
Catalyst enables use for making polyols for polyurethanes.
The Gulf of Mexico disaster may prompt some welcome developments.
Cascade strategy offers simplicity and fast response.
Readers recommend ways to remove excess oxygen and water.
A milestone birthday means changes all around.
A fungus that normally lives on fallen trees possesses a wealth of enzymes for converting cellulosic matter to sugars
Shorter sessions, many online, augment traditional delivery.
Fellowship program should enhance analysis of science and technology issues.
Using a regulator and taking other steps can markedly lessen lag.
High level can pose serious hazards but seven simple steps can prevent them.
A recently launched enforcement program targets chemical facilities.