Results 1 to 4 of 4
  1. Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications, 3rd Edition

    [link Point to another website Only the registered members can access]
    Table of Contents
    Preface xv

    About the Authors xvii

    On the Cover xviii

    Nomenclature xix



    Chapter 1: Introduction 1

    1-1 Safety Programs 2

    1-2 Engineering Ethics 4

    1-3 Accident and Loss Statistics 4

    1-4 Acceptable Risk 12

    1-5 Public Perceptions 14

    1-6 The Nature of the Accident Process 15

    1-7 Inherent Safety 20

    1-8 Seven Significant Disasters 23

    Suggested Reading 31

    Problems 32

    Chapter 2: Toxicology 37

    2-1 How Toxicants Enter Biological Organisms 38

    2-2 How Toxicants Are Eliminated from Biological Organisms 41

    2-3 Effects of Toxicants on Biological Organisms 42

    2-4 Toxicological Studies 43

    2-5 Dose versus Response 44

    2-6 Models for Dose and Response Curves 50

    2-7 Relative Toxicity 56

    2-8 Threshold Limit Values 56

    2-9 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Diamond 58

    On-Line Resources 59

    Suggested Reading 60

    Problems 60

    Chapter 3: Industrial Hygiene 65

    3-1 Government Regulations 66

    3-2 Industrial Hygiene: Anticipation and Identification 78

    3-3 Industrial Hygiene: Evaluation 84

    3-4 Industrial Hygiene: Control 99

    On-Line Resources 109

    Suggested Reading 109

    Problems 110

    Chapter 4: Source Models 119

    4-1 Introduction to Source Models 119

    4-2 Flow of Liquid through a Hole 122

    4-3 Flow of Liquid through a Hole in a Tank 126

    4-4 Flow of Liquids through Pipes 131

    4-5 Flow of Gases or Vapors through Holes 140

    4-6 Flow of Gases or Vapors through Pipes 146

    4-7 Flashing Liquids 163

    4-8 Liquid Pool Evaporation or Boiling 169

    4-9 Realistic and Worst-Case Releases 170

    4-10 Conservative Analysis 172

    Suggested Reading 173

    Problems 174

    Chapter 5: Toxic Release and Dispersion Models 185

    5-1 Parameters Affecting Dispersion 186

    5-2 Neutrally Buoyant Dispersion Models 190

    5-3 Dense Gas Dispersion 209

    5-4 Dense Gas Transition to Neutrally Buoyant Gas 219

    5-5 Toxic Effect Criteria 225

    5-6 Effect of Release Momentum and Buoyancy 233

    5-7 Release Mitigation 234

    Suggested Reading 235

    Problems 236

    Chapter 6: Fires and Explosions 245

    6-1 The Fire Triangle 245

    6-2 Distinction between Fires and Explosions 247

    6-3 Definitions 247

    6-4 Flammability Characteristics of Liquids and Vapors 249

    6-5 Limiting Oxygen Concentration and Inerting 260

    6-6 Flammability Diagram 262

    6-7 Ignition Energy 270

    6-8 Autoignition 270

    6-9 Auto-Oxidation 271

    6-10 Adiabatic Compression 272

    6-11 Ignition Sources 273

    6-12 Sprays and Mists 274

    6-13 Explosions 275

    Suggested Reading 304

    Problems 305

    Chapter 7: Concepts to Prevent Fires and Explosions 317

    7-1 Inerting 318

    7-2 Static Electricity 333

    7-3 Controlling Static Electricity 356

    7-4 Explosion-Proof Equipment and Instruments 363

    7-5 Ventilation 367

    7-6 Sprinkler Systems 370

    7-7 Miscellaneous Concepts for Preventing Fires and Explosions 374

    Suggested Reading 374

    Problems 375

    Chapter 8: Chemical Reactivity 381

    8-1 Background Understanding 382

    8-2 Commitment,Awareness, and Identification of Reactive Chemical Hazards 384

    8-3 Characterization of Reactive Chemical Hazards Using Calorimeters 390

    8-4 Controlling Reactive Hazards 416

    Suggested Reading 418

    Problems 418

    Chapter 9: Introduction to Reliefs 429

    9-1 Relief Concepts 430

    9-2 Definitions 432

    9-3 Location of Reliefs 433

    9-4 Relief Types and Characteristics 436

    9-5 Relief Scenarios 443

    9-6 Data for Sizing Reliefs 444

    9-7 Relief Systems 444

    Suggested Reading 452

    Problems 453

    Chapter 10: Relief Sizing 459

    10-1 Conventional Spring-Operated Reliefs in Liquid Service 460

    10-2 Conventional Spring-Operated Reliefs in Vapor or Gas Service 466

    10-3 Rupture Disc Reliefs in Liquid Service 470

    10-4 Rupture Disc Reliefs in Vapor or Gas Service 471

    10-5 Two-Phase Flow during Runaway Reaction Relief 472

    10-6 Pilot-Operated and Bucking-Pin Reliefs 481

    10-7 Deflagration Venting for Dust and Vapor Explosions 481

    10-8 Venting for Fires External to Process Vessels 488

    10-9 Reliefs for Thermal Expansion of Process Fluids 492

    Suggested Reading 496

    Problems 497

    Chapter 11: Hazards Identification 505

    11-1 Process Hazards Checklists 508

    11-2 Hazards Surveys 508

    11-3 Hazards and Operability Studies 524

    11-4 Safety Reviews 530

    11-5 Other Methods 537

    Suggested Reading 538

    Problems 538

    Chapter 12: Risk Assessment 549

    12-1 Review of Probability Theory 550

    12-2 Event Trees 564

    12-3 Fault Trees 569

    12-4 QRA and LOPA 577

    Suggested Reading 588

    Problems 588

    Chapter 13: Safety Procedures and Designs 597

    13-1 Process Safety Hierarchy 598

    13-2 Managing Safety 599

    13-3 Best Practices 600

    13-4 ProceduresOperating 600

    13-5 ProceduresPermits 601

    13-6 ProceduresSafety Reviews and Accident Investigations 603

    13-7 Designs for Process Safety 604

    13-8 Miscellaneous Designs for Fires and Explosions 615

    13-9 Designs for Runaway Reactions 615

    13-10 Designs for Handling Dusts 616

    Suggested Reading 617

    Problems 618

    Chapter 14: Case Histories 621

    14-1 Static Electricity 622

    14-2 Chemical Reactivity 626

    14-3 System Designs 631

    14-4 Procedures 637

    14-5 Training 642

    14-6 Conclusion 645

    Suggested Reading 646

    Problems 646

    Appendix A: Unit Conversion Constants 649

    Appendix B: Flammability Data for Selected Hydrocarbons 653

    Appendix C: Detailed Equations for Flammability Diagrams 659

    Equations Useful for Gas Mixtures 659

    Equations Useful for Placing Vessels into and out of Service 664

    Appendix D: Formal Safety Review Report for Example 10-4 669

    Appendix E: Saturation Vapor Pressure Data 679

    Appendix F: Special Types of Reactive Chemicals 681

    Appendix G: Hazardous Chemicals Data for a Variety of Chemical Substances 687

    Index 695

    [link Point to another website Only the registered members can access]


    See More: Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications, 3rd Edition

  2. # ADS
    Spons Circuit
    Join Date
    Always
    Posts
    Many
     
  3. #2

    Re: Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications, 3rd Edition

    Thanks for sharing

  4.    Sponsored Links



    -

  5. #3

  6. #4


  •   

Similar Threads

  1. Replies: 2
    Last Post: 08-12-2015, 01:18 PM
  2. Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications, 3rd Edition
    By selmagis in forum Safety And Environment
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 01-20-2014, 11:45 AM
  3. Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications
    By Mohamed in forum Safety And Environment
    Replies: 9
    Last Post: 08-15-2013, 08:45 AM
  4. Chemical Process Safety, Fundamentals with Applications
    By orquidea in forum Safety And Environment
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 05-27-2013, 05:57 AM
  5. Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications
    By Mohamed in forum Safety And Environment
    Replies: 105
    Last Post: 05-12-2013, 11:51 AM

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •