November 2013 Issue
Taking several steps now can significantly impact future operations.
A boiler's limited turndown ratio causes huge dollar losses.
Bogus research papers get accepted by scores of open-source academic journals
Korean researchers introduce novel method that uses bacteria to produce gasoline.
You're not as safe as some fire safety tests may lead you to believe.
Allocating fluids in a tubular exchanger demands care.
Coating manufacturer succeeds by thinking differently about project
Inadequate attention can make plants vulnerable to mishaps
Thermal fluid heating systems still cause users a certain amount of trepidation.
Method enables low-cost production of long-term functionalized textiles without causing pollution.
Make the most of simulators by understanding five key factors for success.
Catalytic converters for cars, sensors, fuel cells and rechargeable batteries could benefit from the transition metal oxide.
Companies are relying on a variety of strategies to foster creativity
Readers offer suggestions for a two-stage countercurrent solvent extraction process.