Chemical Engineering February 2014 Issue

Chemical Engineering Magazine 02/2014 edition - Free subscription. Chemical Engineering magazine for February 2014 edition has been released. You can read latest news on chemical engineering industry and plant operations such as metering pumps that are safe for water-treatment processes, optimized carbon-adsorbent material for natural gas storage, making liquid fuels from waste plastics and more.


Compressible Fluid Flow Calculation Methods
A generalized comparison of three pressure-drop calculation methods is developed, guiding engineers in making the proper assumptions when evaluating compressible fluid flow

Quick Pipe and Duct Flow Calculations
Simple calculation methods for estimating flow characteristics in pipes and ducts save engineers’ time

Perform leak tests without wasting helium
This company has developed helium recovery units that make it possible to recover and recycle the gas used in leak detection. The recovery of used helium is useful for meeting the…

Continuous crude-oil production from algae
Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL; Richland, Wash.; have developed a continuous process for generating crude oil from algae that they believe can lower the cost of producing algae-based fuel.

Selectively recover CO with this soft nano-porous material
Professor Susumu Kitagawa’s group at Kyoto University has developed a new soft nanoporous material that selectively adsorbs carbon monoxide from gas mixtures.

Advanced Thermal Dispersion Mass Flowmeters
A look at the principles of operation, installation and calibration

Free Subscription to Chemical Engineering Magazine February 2014

Geographic Eligibility: USA (Print and Digital version), International (Digital only version)

About Chemical Engineering Magazine:
Chemical Engineering serves chemical engineering professionals in the chemical process industry including manufacturing, engineering, government, academia, financial institutions and others allied to the field serving the global chemical process industry.

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • LinkedIn
  • Email

Free Magazine and White Paper Complete List