The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering
© Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering
Edited By: João B.P. Soares
Impact Factor: 1.231
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 73/135 (Engineering Chemical)
Online ISSN: 1939-019X
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Issue HighlightsDecember 2015 issue highlights an article from the special series on Nanotechnology. Amira Moustafa et al. from the University of Western Ontario developed new polyester amide (PEA) nanoparticles for drug delivery applications. What is special about their PEA nanoparticles is that the authors covalently conjugated the model drugs to the nanoparticles to slow down the drug release and minimize the burst release effect that is commonly observed in controlled drug release applications using polymer nanoparticles.
The November 2015 issue highlights “An Efficient Non-Newtonian Fluid-Flow Simulator for Variable Aperture Fractures”. In their article, Morris et al. propose a simpler solution for three-dimensional flow models of non-Newtonian fluids introducing an aperture-averaged analytic solution for flow of a Hershel-Bulkley fluid between two plates.
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This new virtual issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering includes several top articles published over the last couple of years in different areas of chemical engineering, showcasing the vibrant research activity in our profession around the globe.
This new virtual issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering collects several top articles showcasing the strength of the journal’s special series. It brings you the best in new innovations in chemical engineering research.
This virtual issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering collects several top articles showcasing the strength of the journal in bringing you the best in chemical engineering research. Also included are a few Editorials highlighting new initiatives planned for the journal over the next few years.
2015 Australia's Prime Minister's Prize for Innovation
Congratulations to Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering author Prof. Graeme Jameson (University of Newcastle), recipient of the 2015 Australia’s Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation. Read Dr. Jameson’s latest Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering paper for free until December 4th, 2015: Detachment of a bubble anchored to a vertical cylindrical surface in quiescent liquid and grid generated turbulence
2015 Award for Best Graduate Student Paper
We congratulate Ali Sarvi on his award winning paper:
Ali Sarvi, Genaro A. Gelves, and Uttandaraman Sundararaj
Can. J. Chem. Eng.Volume 92, Issue 7
For more information please visit our Award page here.