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Spontaneous ignition of gas turbine lubricants at temperatures below their standard auto-ignition temperatures
In order to determine how process conditions can influence minimum auto-ignition temperatures in gas turbine enclosures, and other industrial installations, a novel type of calorimeter has been developed at HSE's Buxton research laboratory. This instrument, a Spontaneous Combustion Calorimeter (SCC), has been used to investigate the ignition properties of pure substances, such as n-heptane and compare the results with minimum ignition temperatures determined using standard methods. This was followed by a more detailed investigation of the ignition of gas-turbine lubricants. Source: http://www...
Review of FLACS version 9.0
Dispersion modelling capabilities FLame ACceleration Simulator (FLACS) is a commercial Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) code developed and marketed by Global Explosion Consultants (GexCon), based in Bergen, Norway. The software has been developed to model the dispersion and combustion of flammable liquids, gases and dust clouds in open and bounded geometries. The first version of FLACS, released in 1986, was developed by CMI (Christian Michelsen Research Institute). CMI continued the development of FLACS until 1992 at which time its development was passed to CMR (Christian Michelsen Research...
Comparing subsurface migration of LPG with natural gas
A programme of experiments assessed differences in behaviour between leaks of natural gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) from buried pipes, to inform opinion on whether an existing (Advantica) model of the risks from buried natural gas pipework could be useful in assessing the risks associated with buried metallic LPG pipes. Source: http://news.hse.gov.uk/2009/10/20/rr736-comparing-subsurface-migration-of-lpg-with-natural-gas/?rss=Research
Base de données CarAtex
L'évaluation du risque d'inflammabilité et d'explosivité liée aux produits ou aux process est un élément essentiel dans la démarche de maîtrise globale des risques. Pour effectuer celle-ci, les industriels ont besoin de connaître les caractéristiques physico-chimiques permettant d'évaluer l'inflammabilité et l'explosivité des produits qu'ils utilisent, transforment, stockent, etc... CarAtex (caractéristiques ATEX) donne des informations sur l'inflammabilité et l'explosivité...

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