With the support of NRGEvents, global "Energy Simulation Community" comes together online for a unique event! The event is taking place in "Energy Virtual Arena" from March 9th to March 11th, 08.00 - 14.00 EST NY/ 14.00 - 20.00 CET MADRID TIME and SimulateLive has a special free participation code for you.
With the support of NRGEvents, global "Energy Simulation Community" comes together online for a unique event! The event is taking place in "Energy Virtual Arena" from March 9th to March 11th, 08.00 - 14.00 EST NY/ 14.00 - 20.00 CET MADRID TIME.
Do you want to test your skills is operating a distillation column? Take part in AIChE virtual student championship!
ChemE-Sports - Distillation Operations Competition is back for 2020! Take note of Sunday, November 15 8:30AM-12:00PM PST! It's focused on optimization and safety, open to academia and industry, using a simulated distillation column provided by PetroSkills - Simulation Solutions.
This month, a demonstration project to generate power from fuel cells running on biogas has begun at Asahi Breweries’ Ibaraki Brewery, Tokyo, Japan.
The field of chemical engineering, and engineering in general, is transforming. One of the facts that proves this best is a continuous upgrade and improvement of open source tools that support engineering calculations. DWSIM is one of the great examples of that change.
A research team, led by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory in collaboration with Northern Illinois University, has discovered a new electrocatalyst that converts carbon dioxide (CO2) and water into ethanol with very high energy efficiency, high selectivity for the desired final product and low cost.
THE EU Commission has launched a call for proposals for its €1bn (US$1.1bn) Innovation Fund for large-scale low-carbon technologies, including energy storage and carbon capture.
Find out what are recently published books that may be of interest to chemical process industries professionals.
Waste algae from municipal wastewater-treatment plants is typically sent to landfills, but a new process offered by Gen3Bio, Inc. aims to convert it into specialty chemicals using a proprietary blend of enzymes to break open — but not digest — the microalgae.