October 2018 Issue
Inadequate sensor systems can undermine efforts to optimize tower performance.
You can’t probe into certain crucial points during an employment interview
Industry stands to gain significant benefits and new opportunities
The U.S. chemical industry may suffer substantial and sustained harm
Consider a number of factors in deciding between a single line or fast loop
Efforts promise to improve the efficiency of industrial operations
Having a sound mechanical integrity program in place is crucial
Researchers aim to better understand and optimize the energy-intensive process
An audit recommends implementing policies for conducting data quality checks
Non-azeotropic mixtures can cause problems in ancillary equipment.
An elevated vessel may provide a worthwhile alternative to a booster pump
My ten years at Chemical Processing calls for looking both back and forward
Possible reactions promise new ways to convert petroleum waste into useful compounds
The technology converts low-value feedstocks that would otherwise be landfilled into valuable fuels and chemicals.
Addressing problems with pH control requires some basic steps
Shipments and the CAB slipped slightly but capacity utilization rose a bit. Source: American Chemistry Council.