Tuesday, May 10, 2011

chemical engineering magazines

There are thousand of chemical engineering magazines available in market place and most of them are paid subscriptions. But I will list down several magazines which can be subscribe for free (depending on your geographical location you will be eligible for  soft copy or hard copy)

These magazines are basically promote chemical engineering commercial products and share details of sponsored companies innovations. Actually for practicing engineers it is very valuable to expand their knowledge about market place.


Chemical Engineering 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.

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The end user market for Control includes the classically defined process industries—chemicals, petroleum, food, paper, plastics, metals and textiles generation and water/wastewater utilities.

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Hydrocarbon Processing the premier magazine providing job-help information to technical and management personnel in petroleum refining, gas processing, petrochemical/chemical and engineer/constructor companies throughout the world - since 1922.

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Flow Control serves process, manufacturing and engineering industries with the primary end products and services in Food & Beverage Products; Paper, Pulp & Printing Products; Misc. Processing & Manufacturing Products & Industries; Chemical, Pharmaceutical & Allied Products; Petroleum & Coal Products; Rubber & Misc. Plastic Products; Fabricated Metal Products; Machinery, Except Electrical; Semiconductor, Electrical & Electronic Equipment; Aerospace; Automotive; Other Transportation; Instruments (Medical & Non-Medical); Utilities (Including Gas, Electric, Water & Wastewater); Engineering; Consulting & Related Services.

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 Chem.Info serves engineers and executives working in chemical process plants and engaged in the production of chemicals, refined petroleum, food, paper & allied products, helping their facilities operate more efficiently, productively and competitively. Chem.Info is published 7 times a year (February, April, June, August, September, October and December) and is available in Digital or Print format.

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