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Olympics showcase some of chemical engineerings best efforts
With the new high risk chemical facilities federal anti-terrorism regulations, its time for the chemical industry to ratchet up its cyber-security efforts. Theres a surge in interest in cyber-subjects such as security certification, defense-in-depth strategies, risk-based planning and ...
Improvements in materials and processing know-how have led to a steady increase in the use of single-use or disposable equipment.
He's As Good As Gold -- Chemical engineer lands U.K.'s top engineering award.
German researchers aim to understand and optimize chlorine cathode activity
Drying Whets Lignite's Prospects -- Novel process enables more efficient combustion and lower emissions.
Tiny Particles Spark Big Debate -- New report focuses on social and ethical issues of nanotechnology.
Pneumatic Conveying Keeps Moving Ahead -- Technical developments enhance performance and economics
Studies point to the need to reassess air pollution.
Transboundary Emissions Battle Looms -- Refurbishing Czech power plant could potentially sink Micronesia.
Eco-friendly Developments Blossom -- Chemical makers strive to markedly extend the role of renewable feedstocks
Research suggests endocrine-disrupting chemical (EDC) exposure likely costs the European Union $172 billion/year in health care expenses and lost earning potential.
Joint team of scientists from The Netherlands and France adapt the HSP model to handle small-molecule solutes by including the thermodynamics of mixing, melting and dissolution.
Chemical companies increasingly are relying on specific metrics to evaluate sustainability initiatives and to assess the overall performance of their operations. Here’s a rundown on some broadly applied metrics and their use.
A number of interesting projects now are underway at chemical plants. These include initiatives to take fuller advantage of digitalization. Here’s a look at what these projects involve and what benefits they already have provided or promise to provide.
Compressor Issues Get New Airing -- Plants increasingly re-evaluate economic and technical factors
Views on Alternative Fuels Differ -- Are biofuels a boon or a black hole for chemical engineering?
U.K. Risks Losing Chemical Company Headquarters -- Firms threaten moves because of tax policy.
Chemical Engineers Aim to Help Parliament -- Fellowship program should enhance analysis of science and technology issues.
Australian Dairy Industry Turns to Chemical Engineers -- Researchers get funding to improve energy-intensive processes.
Chemical makers are striving to achieve increasingly ambitious goals.
Faulty Economics Threaten Biofuel R&D -- Studies are challenging how emissions from bioenergy production are calculated.
Efforts target biofuels as well as advanced coatings and materials
U.S. Chemical Safety Board report of a deadly refinery explosion finds the company failed to apply safety measures, but also blames poor government regulations and industry standards.
Projects for a variety of technologies land $1.36 billion in funding.