Yadav, G. D.
January 2006
Chemical Business;Jan2006, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p11
Trade Publication
The article presents information on several chemical process and engineering research. A paper focuses on the integrated planning/scheduling of chemical supply chains with multi-product, multi-echelon distribution networks taking into account financial management issues and suggests a novel approach for enterprise wide management. Another study discusses a method to cover lead from laurionite-type hazardous industrial solid waste, using mild experimental conditions in terms of temperature and pressure. A research evaluates the distillation of isopropanol-water mixture using fixed adsorptive distillation method. A study examines carbon dioxide sequestration in municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash.


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