March 2013 Issue
Setting an appropriate minimum flow avoids damage and excessive operating costs
An ammonia plant saves millions annually with a few medium-term measures.
Significant progress is occuring in a number of key areas.
A side-draw may cut capital and energy costs for distillation.
Switch to structured foil catalyst also promises to extend furnace tube life.
Researchers will be examining different catalysts, different operating conditions and also other soft oxidants.
OSHA provides basic information on potential hazards associated with nanotechnology.
Our resources feature thousands of items.
U.K. chemical engineering society announces first recipient of Andrew Medal.
Scientists develop test to ensure products are free of endocrine-disrupting chemicals.
Five key hurdles to security and compliance can complicate modernization efforts
"Yoke-shell" design affords greater control of chemical reactions.
Appropriate attention to a number of elements can preempt problems.
Readers suggest how to avoid problems in pumping liquefied petroleum gas.
Understanding the impact of several key factors is crucial.
All three indicators posted modest gains.