Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology Abstracts
The database covers all aspects chemical engineering, biological engineering, and related fields. Sources are international scientific and user-related journals, conference proceedings, doctoral theses, and German research reports.
CEABA aims to deliver chemical or process engineers, chemists, biotechnologists, and industrial scientists insights to the literature of process and bioprocess engineering, chemical engineering and biotechnology.
Since WTI Frankfurt eG took over the database in 2011 the number of abstracts added to the database has increased from around 9000 per year to almost 70000 in 2014. Since 2007 the “Thesaurus Technik and Management” of WTI
Frankfurt is used for indexing the documents in CEABA. The majority of records have English abstracts; all records have English-language indexing
process engineering: unit operation, separation processes, loss prevention
process systems engineering: process design, development and control
industrial process plants: plant design, equipment, safety, retrofitting, management
transport phenomena: fluid dynamics, heat transfer, mass transfer
safety engineering: plant safety, occupational health and safety
chemical reaction engineering
mechanical process engineering
thermal process engineering
theoretical chemical engineering
chemistry: electrochemistry, analytical chemistry, petrochemistry, green chemistry
substance data and material data
measurement and testing technology, sensors bioprocess engineering
biological systems engineering
materials science: metals, composites, ceramics, polymers
environmental engineering: wastewater, waste management, water supply, air pollution, soil pollution, remediation
energy: fuel cells, battery, power plants, fuels, harvesting, saving
Use Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology Abstracts to answer questions like:
– What information has recently been published on butterfly valves used in chemical processing?
– Has anything been published on jet mixing involving a liquid or liquids; one of the phases can be a gas?
– What recent technological developments have there been in the removal of toxins from diesel emissions?