August 6th, 2010

August 2010 CEP Preview

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News Feature: Will IST Stall CFATS Reauthorization? Debate over the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards continues to revolve around whether manufacturers and processors will be required to incorporate inherently safer technology into their security plans. Spotlight on Safety: What Does Inherently Safer Mean? Back to Basics (to read this article now click here): Understanding Process Safety Management A structured risk-based approach defines the pathways to successful implementation of process safety management objectives. Modeling: Produce Reliable Models with Efficient Meshing Improve your modeling skills to construct accurate, effective meshes that simulate or optimize a process in less time. Career Catalyst: Optimize Your Conference Poster’s Impact Engineers routinely optimize process designs; poster designs need optimization too. Use these techniques and strategies to create a poster that captures and holds the viewer’s attention. News: On-the-Go Biofuels Manufacturing … Enzymes Synthesize Natural Ingredients … A New Spin on DNA Delivery … Fighting Cancer in 3-D … Chem Economics: The New Labor Market … Perspective: Molecular Modeling of Responsive Polymer Films. Plus: Institute News: Institute Lecturer, Center for Energy Initiatives, Member News … Editorial: Living the Lessons We Learn from Experience … Commentary: Safety in Numbers … What’s New: Plant Security, Process Cooling … Product Digest: Process Control … Software & Information Technology … Process Safety Beacon: Early Lessons from a Tragedy … Patent Update: Supreme Court Weighs In on Process Patents … Profile: Jocelyn E. Scott, DuPont. The August 2010 issue of CEP is now available online. AIChE members receive access to CEP, including a searchable archive of issues dating back to 2001, online at

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