ChemEng & Science

Water Footprint: What is Your Footprint?

Water Footprint:  What is Your Footprint?

Email: samain_afr@yahoo.com Received 25 October 2013; received in revised form 3 November 2013; accepted 12 December 2013 When starting the morning with a cup of tea or coffee, do you realize how much water it takes to make it? Apparently...Continue reading)

Energy Audit: Cost-effective solutions for the industry in the era of energy crisis (part 2)

Energy Audit: Cost-effective solutions for the industry in the era of energy crisis (part 2)

M. Masum Jujuly Nuvan Featured Article: Received 7 July 2013; received in revised form 19 November 2013; accepted 11 December 2013; online published 9 January 2014. Scenario in Bangladesh Rapid growth of energy demand and insufficient public or private sector...Continue reading)

Derivatization of Cellulose Fibres — A Useful Prospect for Recycling Mill Waste

Derivatization of Cellulose Fibres — A Useful Prospect for Recycling Mill Waste

Fauzia Sultana Email: fauzia_j27@hotmail.com   Featured Article: Received 6 June  2013; received in revised form 28 August 2013; online published 14 September 2013   Abstract Sludge, which is a waste emerging from paper recycling plants is typically incinerated in the...Continue reading)

A Critical Analysis of Artificial Fruit Ripening: Scientific, Legislative and Socio-Economic Aspects

A Critical Analysis of Artificial Fruit Ripening: Scientific, Legislative and Socio-Economic Aspects

Mehnaz Mursalat, Asif Hasan Rony, Abul Hasnat Md. Sazedur Rahman, MD. Nazibul Islam, Mohidus Samad Khan 1* Department of Chemical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh 1 Department of Chemistry, McGill University, Montreal, Canada * Corresponding Author: mohidus.khan@mcgill.ca...Continue reading)

Waste Co-processing as Alternative fuel (AF) and Alternative raw material (ARM)

MOHAMMAD MOHIUDDIN Email: mohin27@yahoo.com Received 28 April 2012; received in revised form 30 September 2012; online published 1 October 2012   Abstract: Hazardous and other waste materials are no longer considered as mere waste, but are treated as valuable resources....Continue reading)

Managing Distributed Electricity Generation Sources in a Decentralized Architecture

Managing Distributed Electricity Generation Sources in a Decentralized Architecture

Md Salman Nazir Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, Canada Email Addresses: md.nazir@mail.mcgill.ca Research Notes: Received 04 November 2011; received in revised form 28 February 2012; online published 16 July 2012 Abstract Large scale integration of distributed...Continue reading)

Solar Water Splitting: A Step Towards Carbon-Free Energy and Environment

Solar Water Splitting: A Step Towards Carbon-Free Energy and Environment

Md. Golam Kibria Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Email Address: kibria.ca@gmail.com Research Highlights: Received 12 December 2011; received in revised form 24 June 2012; online published 16 July 2012   1. Global Energy Crisis Our...Continue reading)

A Brief Overview of Petroleum Oil Resources

A Brief Overview of Petroleum Oil Resources

Mohammed Samad AMEC Oil and Gas, Houston, USA Email: samad.buet@gmail.com Back to Basics–Technical Review : Received 28 April 2012; received in revised form 11 June 2012; online published 16 July 2012   The use of petroleum products play important role...Continue reading)

Nuclear Spent Fuel Disposal: Long Term Performances Challenges

Nuclear Spent Fuel Disposal: Long Term Performances Challenges

Kazi Mahmuda Tasneem Mimmi Email: moushumy@yahoo.com Received 30 January 2012; received in revised form 29 June 2012; online published 16 July 2012   Of the many issues that instigate the nuclear debate, none appears more unsettling and of so much...Continue reading)

Understanding the Requirements for Stack Emission Monitoring

Understanding the Requirements for Stack Emission Monitoring

The principle of particulate matters (PMs) monitoring, as one of many determinants of stack emission, is very simple. A known volume of stack gas is made to pass through a weighed filter paper, where the particulate matter gets deposited. The...Continue reading)