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New Chemical Engineering Blog from A Chemical Engineer

This is a great blog in town discussing about chemical engineering. It is almost like this blog of mine. It is run by a chemical engineer, Mr. Barat, from India.
His blog is continuously sharing about chemical industries, pharmaceuticals, refinery, power plant & offshore. It is an alternative learning platform for get lot of updated knowledge about chemical, mechanical, Instrumentation & HSE.
Upon visiting this blog, I can clearly see 5 tabs on the top of the header, that shows the main topic being discussed which are Instruments, Piping, Mechanical, Process and Environment & Safety. All of these are crucially imperative for chemical engineers. 
Mr. Bharat, who is 31 years old now, started this blog in 2011. He graduated from Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, India. He is now a Panel officer in Refinery and have vast experiences in chemical engineering related industry.
Feel free to visit his site at:
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posted by Kipas Repair JB @ 8:26 AM, ,

A Great Surprise!

I accept this recognition :)

I received an email last week congratulating me because my blog has been selected as the Top 10 Chemical Engineering Blogs in the internet.

The email came from Feedspot.com.

I am not really aware of what is Feedspot but they have somehow acknowledged my Chemical Engineering World blog. Thanks Feedspot.

Then I checked the link that they sent to me and saw the top 10 listed blogs and websites. I was very shocked to see that my blog is at no. 3 position after AiChe and IChemE website. That's pretty cool. That means i am in the Top 3 actually.... 


I hope i can continue share great, awesome and relevant information related to Chemical Engineering to our community :)

Thanks for all the support and encouragement.

Here are the complete Top 10 list:

1. aiche.org  (AiChe) 
2. ichemblog.org  (IChemE) 
3. chem-eng.blogspot.com (this blog)
4. cheresources.com
5. Chemical Engineering Guy
6. Chemical Engineering Reddit
7. chemicalprocessing.com/blogs
8. thechemicalengineer.com
9. Fauske and associates
10. chemicalengineeringpost.wordpress.com

posted by Kipas Repair JB @ 2:40 PM, ,

Important Tips to Create A More Sustainable Facility

As a Chemical Engineering Student or Chemical Engineer, I believe that you are very much closely attached with your work place. This is actually your facility, plant etc. This is where you learn and practice Chemical Engineering. It's quite challenging, if you are not sure how to play the game and what you are dealing with. Sometimes, wrong decision can be very costly. You don't want bad thing happen to your facility. You definitely want the best for your facility, correct?
But the question is how to do that? How to make your facility operating at its optimum capacity?
Well, here are five things you can do fast to make a huge impact on your sustainability effort.
Sustainability is the IN THING nowadays. It is very important. It is about more than checking a box. It’s about making critical decision that will have a positive and lasting impact on your workplace. From green building certification to sustainable shipping, we are going to share five eco-conscious things you can do to save money in your workplace.
Get this 5 FREE TIPS from the following link (fast download):

posted by Kipas Repair JB @ 12:12 PM, ,

The Author


I’m Zaki. I used to be a project, process and chemical engineer. Few years ago I successfully became a Chartered Engineer (IChemE) and Professional Engineer (BEM). I'm now employed as a chemical engineering educator/researcher/consultant. Hope you like reading my blog. I welcome any feedback from you. My email: zaki.yz[alias]gmail.com. TQ!

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