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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Chemical Engineering magazine allows subscriber to access to their monthly  issue for current month. Free subscription to Chemical Engineering for qualify subscriber already provided since 2008. You may only view current issue. If you need to view past issue, you may have to subscribe full version.  Fact At Your Fingertips (FAYF) is one of the simple factsheet publish monthly which provide brief description, compilation of simple equation and tips for a special chosen topic. Following is a typical image of FAYF.


Following is the listing of FAYF since April 2007.
  • July 2010: Conservation economics: Carbon pricing impacts
  • June 2010: Distillation Tray Design
  • May 2010: Burner Operating Characteristics
  • April 2010: Measurement guide for replacement seals
  • March 2010: Steam Tracer Lines and Traps
  • February 2010: Positive Displacement Pumps
  • January 2010: Low-Pressure Measurement for Control Valves
  • December 2009: Creating Installed Gain Graphs for Control Valves
  • November 2009: Aboveground and underground storage tanks
  • October 2009: Chemical Resistance of Thermoplastics
  • September 2009: Heat Transfer: System Design II
  • August 2009: Adsorption
  • Juy 2009: Flowmeter Selection
  • June 2009: Specialty Metals
  • May 2009: Choosing a Control System
  • April 2009: Energy Efficiency in Steam Systems
  • March 2009: Membrane Configurations
  • February 2009: Pipe Sizing
  • January 2009: Column Internals
  • December 2008: Fluid Flow
  • November 2008: Alternative Fuels
  • October 2008: Heat Transfer
  • September 2008: Crystallization 
  • August 2008: Valves
  • July 2008: Vacuum Processing
  • June 2008: Humidity Control
  • May 2008: Acid Handling
  • April 2008: Tower Packing
  • March 2008: Membranes
  • February 2008: Pressure Relief
  • January 2008: Centrifuging
  • December 2007: Sealing Systems
  • November 2007: Pump Selection and Specification
  • October 2007: Pristine Processing
  • September 2007: Heat Transfer
  • August 2007: Materials of Construction
  • July 2007: Fuel Selection
  • June 2007 (1): Solvent Selection
  • June 2007 (2): Controlling Crystal Growth
  • May 2007: Hazardous Area Classification
  • April 2007: Reaction Engineering
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