Chemical Engineering January 2014

Chemical Engineering Magazine 1/2014 - Free subscription. Here is new edition of Chemical Engineering magazine January 2014. In this issue, you can read bacteria make lactic acid from palm waste, a two-step process that makes phenols from lignin, an efficient cycle for utilizing waste heat, novel co-catalyst system could enable CO2-to-syngas processes, a new adsorbent to recover uranium and other heavy metals from wastewater and latest news on chemical engineering industry and plant operations.

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Pressure-Vessel Quality Control Requirements
Understanding what is required for boiler and pressure-vessel manufacturers can help scheduling and cost assessments

Making propylene on-purpose
The shift to ethane cracking in the U.S., and the availability of low-cost LPG is accelerating the construction of propane dehydrogenation plants

Advanced battery electrolytes made with low-cost, high-throughput method
A high-throughput method for synthesizing ionic-liquid-containing electrolytes developed by Boulder Ionics Corp. (Arvada, Colo.) has been refined to enable its use in commercial production.

Pressurized Piping: Sampling Steam and Water
Without proper systems, analysis of steam and water chemistry can provide erroneous results — with costly implications

Remote Thermal Sensing
By making it easy to detect heat anomalies, thermal cameras and infrared thermometers support preventive and predictive maintenance

Seven Tools for Project Success
Having the right tools is essential for success. These tools are of use to both novice and experienced project managers

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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.

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