Chemical Engineering Magazine August 2013

Free subscription to Chemical Engineering Magazine August 2013 editionHere is new edition of Chemical Engineering magazine August 2013. In this issue, you can read latest news on Chemical Engineering industry and plant operations. Here are featured articles for this month.


Bio-Based Chemicals Gain Market Acceptance
An acceleration of commercialization for a number of bio-based building-block chemicals signals further confidence in the industry as a whole

Methanol-to-Propylene Technology
Propylene is an important part of the global olefins business. Because inexpensive natural gas from shale in the U.S. is increasingly used as a feedstock for producing ethylene, lower quantities of three- and four-carbon olefins are available …

Detection and Prevention of DP:DPO Fluid Leaks
This overview summarizes best practices that have been developed to ensure the safest possible use of dipheny–diphenyl oxide (DP:DPO) eutectic heat-transfer fluids.

Absorber Optimization: Employing Process Simulation Software
Applying simulation-model case studies in the field yields significant savings with no capital investment

Pinch Analysis for Production Planning in Manufacturing Industries
The two new graphical techniques presented here can help optimize factory capacity and financial resources

Ten Things You May Not Know About Liquid Mixing Scaleup
Close attention to these aspects of scaleup can ensure greater success

A solid way to eliminate contaminants from wastewater
CSIRO Minerals Down Under Flagship (Perth, Western Australia) has developed a method that uses hydrotalcite formation to simultaneously remove contaminants from mining and industrial wastewaters in a single step.

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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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