February 2017 Issue
You can count on finding safety-related content in Chemical Processing
Incident may have stemmed from equipment issues or poor management
The Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention likely will have a lot to do
Two much-less energy intensive processes target carbon dioxide emissions.
Bad luck isn’t an underlying reason for poor performance.
Phaseouts are driving a variety of developments
Managers who treat their engineers fairly seem increasingly hard to find
Consider a variety of factors to achieve efficient and reliable operation.
Rigorous use of checklists can provide important benefits
Find out how you fare on some low-key quizzes
Ten emerging trends will reshape how chemical makers approach and manage safety
This alternative to insulation and cladding can offer significant advantages
Researchers find that aspect ratio alone sets the shape of front in microfluidic pipe.
Researchers have developed a process for the oxidative dehydrogenation of propane (ODHP) that markedly outperforms others.
Data on particle size and shape provide important insights
Several problems could afflict a slop oil system
Capacity utilization remained unchanged but shipments and the CAB rose. Source: American Chemistry Council.
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