August 2011 Issue
Hot-water sanitation membranes tackle microbes in RO permeate water
Flow rate values might not mean what you think they do. Applying ISA's two-coefficient formula can help optimize selection.
Will opportunities in today's "hot" sectors , such as pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, among others, allow chemical engineering to continue to thrive?
Palladium catalyst enables synthesis with water as only byproduct.
Document recommends future regulation and oversight not inhibit trade or innovation.
Nonlinear control equations provide important advantages.
A packed-bed combustion process may be the answer to cost-effective CO2 capture.
Tighter control enables significant boost in argon output.
Single-use instruments gain increasing favor as capabilities expand.
Guest columnists provide insights from the field.
Pilot backers include Air Products, Sulzer Chemtech and ECN.
Federal initiative and free software focus on improving manufacturing .
Readers explain how differences in pressure can arise.
Additional innovative options exist to recover such heat
Take advantage of five easy techniques to find the root cause of problems.
A thoughtful approach and several specific steps can prevent pitfalls.
An unconventional assessment can provide insights for effective control.