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Preface

, Page v, Hans J. Pasman
T5-1 - A research into the explosive boiling capability of thermally stratified liquid-liquid platforms that end result from runaway reactions

, Pages 771-784, R.J.A. Kersten, G. Opschoor, B. Fabiano, R. Pastorino
T5-2 - Auto-ignition possibility of combinations of ammonia, hydrogen, methane and air in a urea plant

, Pages 785-797, L. Vandebroek, J. Berghmans, F. Verplaetsen, A. van den Aarssen, H. wintry weather, G. Vliegen, E. van 't Oost
T5-3 - evaluate of modern effects, traits and rules affecting the evaluation of electrostatic ignition dangers in industry

, Pages 799-808, M. Glor
T5-4 - id of autocatalytic decompositions by means of differential scanning calorimetry

, Pages 809-821, Leila Bou-Diab, Hans Fierz
T5-5 - Flame Arrester checking out and Qualification in Europe

, Pages 823-833, H. Förster
T5-11 - Thermal danger evaluate of Vilsmeier Reaction

, Pages 835-841, M. Suzuki, A. Miyake, Y. Iizuka, Y. Oka, T. Ogawa
T5-12 - The corrosion tracking: Loss prevention and security of complicated platforms in acid media

, Pages 843-851, V.G. Polyanchukov
T5-13 - research at the explosion of run-away response caused through a faint warmth generation

, Pages 853-866, Jinhua solar, Xinrui Li, Wanying Tang, Kazutoshi Hasegawa
T5-14 - overview of the thermal and poisonous results of chemical and pesticide pool fires according to experimental facts got utilizing the Tewarson apparatus

, Pages 867-895, Christian Costa, man Treand, Franck Moineault, Jean-Louis Gustin
T5-15 - risks of floor explosions

, Pages 897-908, H. Hieronymus, Ph. Henschen, M. Hofmann, J. Bender, R. Wendler, J. Steinbach, B. Plewinsky
T5-16 - Relation among Ignition strength and proscribing Oxygen focus for powders

, Pages 909-916, Klaus Schwenzfeuer, Martin Glor, Andreas Gitzi
T5-17 - procedure safeguard at increased temperatures and pressures: Cool flames and auto-ignition phenomena

, Pages 917-932, A.A. Pekalski, J.F. Zevenbergen, H.J. Pasman, S.M. Lemkowitz, A.E. Dahoe, B. Scarlett
T6-1 - Fracture statistics and offshore fuel shipping black sea and the Indian Ocean

, Pages 935-946, V. Polyakov, I. Kurakin
T6-2 - applicable Labelling of FIBCs for his or her Use in Explosion Endangered Areas

, Pages 947-953, Dr.C. Blum, Dr.W. Fath, Dr.M. Glor, G. Lüttgens, Dr.C.-D. Walther
T6-3 - threat overview and decision-making suggestions in risky strong shipping. From an Italian case-study to a normal framework

, Pages 955-966, B. Fabiano, E. Palazzi, F. Currò, R. Pastorino
T6-4 - overview of garage lifetime of lively components with regards to security serious Conditions

, Pages 967-981, Dr.A. Eberz, Dr.G. Goldmann
T6-5 - a brand new suggestion whilst Designing Parking components for Lorries wearing risky items: The Dynamic Segregation

, Pages 983-991, J.A. Vílchez, Xavier Pérez-Alavedra, J. Arnaldos, Carlos Amieiro, Joaquim Casal
T6-6 - Gas-Pipelines in Tunnels or Galleries: a legitimate solution?

, Pages 993-1004, Marco Montanarini, Christian Plüss, Gunthard Niederbäumer
T6-7 - hearth try out for the protection in delivery and garage of harmful Goods

, Pages 1005-1015, Ch. Balke, W. Heller, R. Konersmann, J. Ludwig
T6-11 - danger research of the transportation of detrimental fabrics: An software of the TRAT2 software program to Messina

, Pages 1017-1028, R. Lisi, M.F. Milazzo, G. Maschio, P. Leonelli, S. Bonvicini, G. Spadoni
T6-12 - most sensible routing standards for unsafe ingredients transportation

, Pages 1029-1040, R. Bubbico, S. Di Cave, A. Guerrieri, B. Mazzarotta
T7-1 - lack of containment: Experimental aerosol rain-out assessment

, Pages 1043-1049, J.-C. Adrian, R. Lerible, V. Marchand, J. Hocquet, J.-P. Bigot
T7-2 - powerful purposes of fluid curtains to mitigate incidental gasoline releases

, Pages 1051-1058, M. Molag, H. Schoten, M. Powell-Price
T7-3 - evaluate of layout explosion load for keep an eye on room at petrochemical plant

, Pages 1059-1067, S. Høiset, O. S˦ter
T7-4 - Heat-up and failure of Liquefied Petroleum fuel garage vessels uncovered to a jet fire

, Pages 1069-1106, M.A. Persaud, C.J. Butler, T.A. Roberts, L.C. Shirvill, S. Wright
T7-5 - advancements within the Congestion review procedure for the prediction of vapour-cloud explosions

, Pages 1107-1133, J.S. Puttock
T7-6 - Explosion vent sizing in flammable liquid spill scenarios

, Pages 1135-1144, F. Tamanini
T7-11 - research of probability of transportation of the liquefied petroleum gases on pipelines

, Pages 1145-1148, E. Telyakov, F. Guimranov
T7-12 - research at the mitigation in the course of unintentional unlock of heavy gasoline by way of technical devices

, Pages 1149-1152, Puls E., Engelhardt F., Hartwig S.
T7-13 - fuel explosion in cement kiln: motives and classes learned

, Pages 1153-1166, S. Vliegen, E. van't Oost, A. van den Aarssen, B. Smit-Rijnhart, F. Michel
T7-14 - An cutting edge unified version for the speed of air blending with releases from excessive pace sources

, Pages 1167-1177, E. Palazzi, R. Pastorino, B. Fabiano
T7-15 - immediate pace fields and vorticity distribution of the circulation of coherent constructions on the floor of large-scale JP4-pool fires

, Pages 1179-1188, C. Kuhr, D. Opitz, R.H.G. Müller, A. Schönbucher
T7-16 - adventure with the What If research utilized to express operations or chemicals

, Pages 1189-1195, Christel Perret, Jean Claude Adrian
T7-17 - Explosion protection in fuel moving platforms with no utilizing exterior control

, Pages 1197-1200, A.D. Tyulpinov, M.A. Glikin
T8-1 - assets and options of fireside and explosion in semiconductor fabrication processes

, Pages 1203-1213, J.R. Chen
T8-11 - Radioactive illness of urban territory because of paintings of uranium-processing plant and the methods of its solution

, Pages 1215-1219, G. Shmatkov, V. Korovin, Yu. Koshik, S. Ryaboshapka, Yu. Shestak
T9-1 - concepts for business danger Prevention and administration within the ecu Union: the most important twist of fate risks Bureau and the Seveso II Directive

, Pages 1223-1237, J.S. Duffield
T9-2 - Land use making plans and chemical websites (LUPACS)

, Pages 1239-1249, Dr Tommy Rosenberg
T9-3 - Modeling the Formation and free up of damaging ingredients within the lack of regulate of Chemical structures containing Brominated Flame Retardants

, Pages 1251-1262, Federica Barontini, Valerio Cozzani, Luigi Petarca, Severino Zanelli
T9-4 - An method of the review of Domino injuries threat in Quantitative quarter danger Analysis

, Pages 1263-1274, Valerio Cozzani, Severino Zanelli
T9-4 - Chemical twist of fate hazards in U.S. industry—A initial research of coincidence probability info from U.S. dangerous chemical facilities

, Pages 1275-1314, James C. Belke
T9-6 - Seveso II as an tool for the creation of formalised security administration platforms in small and medium enterprises

, Pages 1315-1328, S. Loupasis, G.A. Papadakis, J.S. Duffield
T9-7 - discovering a Consensus on Plant Safety—the German Way

, Pages 1329-1333, Chr. Jochum
T9-8 - within your budget Compliance with the chance review facets of Seveso II

, Pages 1335-1347, Graeme R. Ellis
T9-11 - A outcome research for unintended explosions related to flammable gases

, Pages 1349-1354, S. Carol, J.A. Vilchez, J. Casal
T9-12 - probability administration in land use planning

, Pages 1355-1360, Fredrik Nystedt
T9-13 - administration aid for SEVESO II defense demonstration

, Pages 1361-1372, Louis H.J. Goossens, Brigitte H.J. Heming, Linda J. Bellamy
T9-14 - influence of the Czech SEVESO II Directive on Industry

, Pages 1373-1379, F. Babinec, A. Bernatík
T9-15 - defense administration platforms in software of the Seveso II Directive—Lessons learnt from implementation in SMEs

, Pages 1381-1391, O. Salvi, I. Vuidart, M. Caumont, F. Prats
T9-16 - Seveso II directive—How to conform to the protection administration approach specifications in Small and Medium measurement Enterprises?

, Pages 1393-1406, E. van der Schans, M.A.M. Heijne
T9-17 - A mixed method of enhance protection functionality on present method vegetation. functional software in keeping with Seveso II

, Pages 1407-1418, R. Pastorino, F. Currò, M. Del Borghi, B. Fabiano
T9-18 - review of healthiness results: Thierry Gallot, Patrice Cadet

, Pages 1419-1425, Atofina-CTL
T10-1 - The ‘Purple Book’: guide for Quantitative chance evaluate within the Netherlands

, Pages 1429-1438, P.A.M. Uijt de Haag, B.J.M. Ale, J.G. Post
T10-2 - RACKETman, pro-active chance identity and review method for organisational change

, Pages 1439-1446, Stefan Svensson
T10-3 - A comparability of Deterministic and Probabilistic possibility review Methodologies for Land Use Planning

, Pages 1447-1457, J.R. Taylor, Y. Weber
T10-11 - 4 explosions: 4 occasions static electrical energy was once the main possible ignition source

, Pages 1459-1464, M.Th. Logtenberg
T10-12 - chance research for soil safety and business safety

, Pages 1465-1474, Lex Stax, Patrick Körvers, Reineke Klein Entink
T10-13 - chance research on a closed landfill with chemical waste

, Pages 1475-1482, Lex Stax, Theo Logtenberg, Nico Klaver
Author Index

, Pages I1-I4

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Glor and K. Schwenzfeuer, Journal of Electrostatics, 40 & 41 (1997) 383 W. G. Britton, Process Safety Progress, 12, 4 (1993) 241 - 250 M. Glor, B. Maurer and R. , Volume 1(1995) 219 B. 4 EN 50021 Directive 1999/92/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1999 on minimum requirements for improving the safety and health protection of workers potentially at risk from explosive atmospheres Richtlinien fiir die Vermeidung von Ziindgefahren infolge elektrostatischer Aufladungen (Static Electricity Guideline), Institution for Statutory Accident Insurance and Prevention in the Chemical Industry, Heidelberg, Guideline No.

1 Pressure and temperature conditions According to the draft European standard, all "non-static" flame arresters are tested under conditions where the mixture is under atmospheric pressure at least on one side of the arrester; this agrees with the fields of application (see Table 2, line 2 to 4). The pressure on the other side of the arrester may be slightly higher or lower (maximum about 200 mbar), depending on the set pressure (of a valve) or the height of a water column. So the use of these arresters is limited to "atmospheric" conditions.

According to its title, the draft standard addresses manufacturers (performance requirements), notified bodies (test methods) and customers (limits for use). 6 bar abs) and temperatures (150 °C) for static arresters (see below). The scope does not cover external safety-related measurement and control equipment or mixtures with self-decomposing fuels and of non-atmospheric oxygen concentrations. 2. 1 Propagating flames For propagating flames the hazards flame arresters have to cope with can (apart from very special cases) basically be described by four situations (see Table 1).

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