Chemical Engineering Magazine

Chemical Engineering MagazinePublished monthly, Chemical Engineering magazine 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 (CPI).

The magazine provides latest news, press releases, technical & practical, equipment & services and feature report for chemical engineers and related technical people in the chemical process industries (CPI), as well as at engineering, design and construction companies that serve the CPI.

The publication content covers various topics in CPI such as chemicals, including petrochemicals; drugs and cosmetics; explosives and ammunition; fats and oils; fertilizers and agricultural chemicals; foods and beverages; leather tanning and finishing; lime and cement; synthetic fibers; metallurgical and metal products; paints and coatings; petroleum refining and coal products; plastics; rubber; soap and detergents; stone, clay, glass and ceramics; wood, pulp, paper and board; other chemically processed products.

Chemical Engineering Magazine February 2016 Features

Chemical Engineering February 2016 issue coverSUPERHEATER PROBLEMS IN STEAM GENERATORS
Knowing the features of a good boiler will prevent problems associated with a poor design.

TECHNOLOGY FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PAINTS
Driven by consumer demand and regulatory pressure, paint and coating formulators, along with makers of chemical additives for those markets, have brought to the forefront products with improved environmental and health performance.

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATERIALS SELECTION AND MACHINING PROCESSES
An awareness of the impact of materials selection on the machining processes for small, complex components can affect overall end-product quality and costs.

WEIGHING EQUIPMENT SELECTION
The number of options available for scales and weighing equipment can make it difficult to determine which instruments will offer the best value and which will meet the application requirements. Focusing on the following ten areas can help reduce the time needed to research available models and help ensure a good value.

REMOVING HARMFUL METALS FROM WASTEWATER WITH CRAB SHELLS
Copper and cadmium exist naturally in the environment, but human activity can increase their concentrations to a point where they become a health hazard. Conventional wastewater treatment to remove those metals includes chemical precipitation, coagulation, flocculation, ion exchange, membrane filtration…

USING AIR AND HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE TO STORE ENERGY UNDERWATER
Consisting of a land-based mechanical facility and underwater pipelines and accumulators, the underwater compressed-air energy-storage (UCAES) system from Hydrostor Inc. (Toronto, Ont., Canada) takes electricity (potentially excess solar or wind energy) and uses it to run a compressor, which pressurizes atmospheric air, while also enabling the capture of the heat of compression.

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

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