p>"Building on the success of our partnership in journal publishing, AIChE has joined forces with Wiley to strengthen and expand its book publishing program," noted Dr. John A. Sofranko, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Executive Director. "We're especially excited because we'll be able to offer our members, who will continue to benefit from special member discounts, access to significantly expanded content."
Also effective with this agreement, Wiley will distribute approximately 70 backlist titles published by AIChE, including the best-selling titles "Guidelines for Hazard
Evaluation Procedures, Second Edition;" "Dow's Fire & Explosion Index Hazard Classification Guide;" "Guidelines for Fire Protection in Chemical, Petrochemical and Hydrocarbon Processing Facilities;" "Guidelines for Design Solutions to Process Equipment Failures;" "Understanding Explosions;" "Layer of Protection Analysis: Simplified Process Risk Assessment;" and "Guidelines for Safe Handling of Powders and Bulk Solids."
"Wiley's marketing and sales resources will help us better achieve our mission of getting superior technical information to the widest possible audience," continued Sofranko. "Through this partnership, we look forward to reaching more people, especially internationally, with important chemical engineering, process safety, biological engineering, sustainability and new technology information."
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