Eddy De Rademaeker, Bruno Fabiano, Simberto Senni Buratti
Copyright © 2013, AIDIC Servizi S.r.l.,
ISBN 978-88-95608-22-8 ; ISSN 1974-9791

Table of Contents & Authors Index
Risk Management and Regulatory Issues
Implementing the Seveso Ii Directive Requirement on the Anticipated Presence of Dangerous Substances 1
Pey A., Lerena P. DOI:10.3303/CET1331001
Quantifying Safety with a Qra: to Agree on the Results, the Method Should Be Explicit 7
Boot H. DOI:10.3303/CET1331002
Risk Assessment of CO2 Pipeline Network for Ccs – a Uk Case Study 13
Vianello C., Macchietto S., Maschio G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331003
New Flemish Approach for Risk Analysis System for the Transport of Dangerous Goods 19
Bogaert M., Imbrechts K., Grooten L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331004
Critical Exposure Time and Population Density for Cost Effective Application of Thermal Protection on Lpg Road Tankers 25
Bonvicini S., Antonioni G., Cozzani V., Birk M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331005
Applications of Process Safety Concepts to the Hydrogen Economy 31
Amyotte P.R., Rigas F. DOI:10.3303/CET1331006
Hazard Classification of Biogas and Risks of Large Scale Biogas Production 37
Heezen P., Gunnarsdottir S., Gooijer L., Mahesh S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331007
Modelling of Lng Pool Spreading on Land with Included Vapour-liquid Equilibrium and Different Boiling Regimes 43
Basha O., Liu Y., Castier M., Olewski T., Vechot L., Mannan M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331008
Validation of Phast Dispersion Model as Required for Usa Lng Siting Applications 49
Witlox H., Harper M., Pitblado R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331009
The Essentials for High Performance in Pps a Roadmap from the Practice for the Practice 55
Schmelzer P.G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331010
Interdependencies Between Industrial Infrastructures: Territorial Vulnerability Assessment 61
Rey B., Tixier J., Bony-Dandrieux A., Dusserre G., Munier L., Lapebie E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331011
Qra Method for Land-use Planning Around Onshore Natural Gas Production and Processing Plants 67
Kooi E., Spoelstra M., Uijt De Haag P. DOI:10.3303/CET1331012
Sil Determination: Dealing with the Unexpected 73
King A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331013
Territorial Risk Analysis and Mapping 79
Bernatik A., Senovsky P., Senovsky M., Rehak D. DOI:10.3303/CET1331014
Rituals in Risk Evaluation for Land-use Planning 85
Van Xanten N.H.W., Pietersen C.M., Pasman H.J., Vrijling H.K., Kerstens J.G.M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331015
Stack Releases During Low Winds, Evaluation of Hazards and Mitigation Using CFD 91
Hansen O.R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331016
Uncertainty Analysis of Phast’s Atmospheric Dispersion Model for Two Industrial Use Cases 97
Pandya N., Gabas N., Marsden E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331017
Comparative Risk Assessment for Different Lng-storage Tank Concepts 103
Rath S., Krol M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331018
Evaluation of the Use of the Prescribed Quantitative Risk Assessment Method for Land Use Planning in the Netherlands 109
Uijt De Haag P., Gooijer L., Kooi E., Spoelstra M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331019
Dust Explosion Quantitative Risk Management for Nontraditional Dusts 115
Hossain M.N., Amyotte P.R., Khan F., Abuswer M., Skjold T., Morrison L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331020
Sensitivity Analysis of Dispersion Models for Jet Releases of Dense-phase Carbon Dioxide 121
Gant S., Kelsey A., McNally K., Witlox H., Bilio M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331021
Numerical Analysis of Pool Fire Consequences in Confined Environments 127
Tavelli S., Derudi M., Cuoci A., Frassoldati A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331022
Study of the Vaporization Rate of Liquid Nitrogen by Small- and Medium-scale Experiments 133
Olewski T., Vechot L., Mannan M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331023
Second-order Perturbation Solutions to a Liquid Pool Spreading Model with Instantaneous Spill 139
Kim M., Choi B., Han Y., Do K., Kim T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331024
Comparing Different Methods for Calculating the Gas Dispersion 145
Habib A., Schalau B., Schmidt D. DOI:10.3303/CET1331025
Near Field Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling on an Industrial Site Using Neural Networks 151
Lauret P., Heymes F., Aprin L., Johannet A., Dusserre G., Munier L., Lapebie E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331026
Application of Fuzzy Logic Approach to Consequence Modeling in Process Industries 157
Markowski A., Siuta D. DOI:10.3303/CET1331027
Safety and Environmental Impact Reduction. a Case-study Applied to Coal Dry Distillation Industry 163
Palazzi E., Currò F., Pastorino R., Fabiano B. DOI:10.3303/CET1331028
Major Accident Hazard Posed by Non-seveso Establishments in Poland and Management in the Area of Their Control 169
Gajek A., Michalik J. DOI:10.3303/CET1331029
Analysis of Root Causes for Chemical Accidents Basis on Business Process Model for Plant Maintenance 175
Fuchino T., Takeda K., Kitajima T., Shimada Y. DOI:10.3303/CET1331030
Good Practices for Managing Process Safety in Major Hazard Installations and Their Networks 181
Lax S., Ijas A., Leva K.M.H. DOI:10.3303/CET1331031
A Matter of Life and Death: Validating, Qualifying and Documenting Models for Simulating Flow-related Accident Scenarios in the Process Industry 187
Skjold T., Pedersen H., Bernard L., Middha P., Narasimhamurthy V.D., Landvik T., Lea T., Pesch L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331032
Cause-implication Diagrams for Process Systems: Their Generation, Utility and Importance. 193
Nemeth E., Cameron I. DOI:10.3303/CET1331033
The Use of Risk Criteria in Comparing Transportation Alternatives 199
Boot H. DOI:10.3303/CET1331034
Onshore Explosion Studies – Benefits of Cfd-modelling 205
Hansen O.R., Davis S.G., Gavelli F., Middha P. DOI:10.3303/CET1331035
Prevention of Major Accidents of the Aboveground Parts of Natural Gas Storage Technologies and Shale Gas Production Facilities 211
Kotek L., Tabas M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331036
Polish Proposal for Standardised Format of the Explosion Protection Document (epd) According to Directive 1999/92/ec So Called Atex 137 217
Piotrowski T., Domanski W. DOI:10.3303/CET1331037
A Sensitivity Analysis of Availabe Safe Egress Time Correlation 223
Tosolini E., Grimaz S., Salzano E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331038
Semi-quantitative Hazop Methodology Applied to Upstream Oil & Gas Activities 229
Gilardi C., Gotti M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331039
Development of a Rbi Tool for Inspection Management in Chemical Plants 235
Vianello C., Maschio G., Mura A., Babolin D., Gambato F., Attori C. DOI:10.3303/CET1331040
Risk Management and Regulatory Control of Toxic Chemicals in Taiwan 241
Chen S.L., Lu P.T., Lee H.L., Lu C.H., Yuan S.Y., Tsai H., Chen J.R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331041
Development of Quantitative Hazard Analysis Method for Inherently Safer Chemical Processes 247
Mizuta Y., Nakagawa M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331042
Plant Screening for Ageing Impact in the Process Industry 253
Candreva F., Houari M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331043
A Logical Hazard Identification Method in Workplace 259
Kumasaki M., Shoji T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331044
A Theoretical Approach to Risk Evaluation in Connection with Oxygen Releases 265
Palazzi E., Currò F., Fabiano B. DOI:10.3303/CET1331045
Comparison of Approaches to Major Accident Prevention Between the European Union and Russia 271
Mukhametzianova L., Kotek L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331046
Human Factor And Management Systems
What Process Risks Does Your Plant Run Today? the Safety Level Monitor 277
Pasman H.J., Knegtering B. DOI:10.3303/CET1331047
Modelling of Safety Barriers Including Human and Organisational Factors to Improve Process Safety 283
Markert F., Duijm N.J., Thommesen J. DOI:10.3303/CET1331048
A Benchmarking Study on Asset Integrity and the Issues of Ageing Plant in the Chemical Industry and the Challenges of Psm Implementation Across Global Sites 289
Hought J., Fowler A., Grindrod S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331049
Shift Handover After Buncefield 295
Wilkinson J., Lardner R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331050
Incorporating Human Error Analysis Into Process Plant Safety Analysis 301
Taylor J.R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331051
Expert Judgments in Risk Analysis: Strategies to Overcome Uncertainties 307
Pluess D., Groso A., Meyer T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331052
Identify the Causes of Errors to Implement Accurate Improvements in High Automated Facilities of Process Industry - a Case Study 313
Loewe K., Dalijono T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331053
Revealing Asymmetries in Safety Culture Through Proactive Vision 319
Kantola J., Vanharanta H., Laukkanen I., Piirto A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331054
Analysis of Business Flow of Moc Based on Business Process Model of Plant Lifecycle Engineering 325
Takeda K., Saito H., Shimada Y., Kitajima T., Fuchino T., Naka Y. DOI:10.3303/CET1331055
Advanced Safety Barrier Management with Inclusion of Human and Organizational Aspects 331
Pitblado R., Nelson B. DOI:10.3303/CET1331056
Efficient Plant Operation in Process Industries Using a User-centric Design 337
Glathe L., Kempf S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331057
Safety Integrity Level (sil) Integrated with Human and Organizational Factors 343
Melo A., Frutuoso E Melo P.F., Nele M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331058
Enhancing Road Tunnel Risk Assessment with a Fuzzy System Based on the Cream Methodology 349
Kazaras K., Konstandinidou M., Nivolianitou Z., Kirytopoulos K. DOI:10.3303/CET1331059
Increasing Board and Executive Commitment to and Understanding of Process Safety 355
Turney R., Considine M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331060
Safety Culture Research in a Finnish Large-scale Industrial Park 361
Porkka P., Makinen E., Vanharanta H. DOI:10.3303/CET1331061
Process Safety Leadership and Its Key to Successful Psm Implementation 367
Grindrod S., Hought J., Fowler A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331062
Keeping and Improving Process and Plant Safety - What is Needed, What Should Be Done? 373
Pfeil N., Jochum C., Mitropetros K., Schmelzer P.G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331063
Indicators for Assessing the Quantitative Effects of External Safety Policy 379
Van Steen J., Biemans B., Heckman J., Post S., Vijgen L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331064
Situations Saved by the Human Operator When Automation Failed 385
Lackman T., Soderlund K. DOI:10.3303/CET1331065
Process Safety Indicators in Chemical Industry - What Makes It a Success Story and What Did We Learn So Far? 391
Klein T., Viard R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331066
Optimal Allocation of Safety and Security Resources 397
Reniers G., Sorensen K. DOI:10.3303/CET1331067
Occupational Safety Climate and Shift Work 403
Bergh M., Shahriari M., Kines P. DOI:10.3303/CET1331068
On the Impact of Human and Organizational Archetypes on Human Failure Probabilities Used in Risk Analyses 409
Sousa A.L., Frutuoso E Melo P.F., Duarte J.P., Ribeiro A.C.D.O. DOI:10.3303/CET1331069
A Critical Analysis of Techniques for the Reconstruction of Workers Accidents 415
Nano G., Derudi M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331070
Learning From Accident and Knowledge Transfer
Process and Plant Safety – Research & Education Strategy to Keep Long Term Competences 421
Schmidt J. DOI:10.3303/CET1331071
Learning Safety Assessment from Accidents in a University Environment 427
Jensen N., Jorgensen S.B. DOI:10.3303/CET1331072
Increasing the Learning Potential from Events: Case Studies 433
Drupsteen L., Bos E., Groeneweg J., Zwetsloot G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331073
Promoting Discussions in Safety Review Activity 439
Nakagawa M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331074
Sams - Sharing Awareness Moves Safety 445
Sommer J. DOI:10.3303/CET1331075
Explosion in an Exhaust Line of a Chemical Reactor 451
Steinkrauss M., Lerena P. DOI:10.3303/CET1331076
The Buncefield Accident and the Environmental Consequences for Fuel Storage Sites and Other Sites in the Uk, Regulated Under the Seveso Directive 457
Nicholas M., Whitfield A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331077
A Case Study of an Ethylene Oxide Explosion in a Sterilization Facility 463
Reza A., Christiansen E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331078
A Root Cause Analysis Application for Industrial Plant Reliability Improvement and Engineering Design Feedback 469
Nascimento C., Frutuoso E Melo P.F. DOI:10.3303/CET1331079
Investigation and Analysis of an Explosion at the Goex Black Powder Manufacturing Facility 475
Reza A., Ibrahim Z., Vaitekunas T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331080
Analysis of Propane Sphere Bleve 481
Birk M., Dusserre G., Heymes F. DOI:10.3303/CET1331081
Loss of Control of a Chemical Reaction and Release of Hydrogen Chloride 487
Bosch J., Pey A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331082
The Influence of Maintenance on Some Selected Major Accidents 493
Okoh P., Haugen S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331083
Ccps’s Vision 2020: Characteristics of Companies with Great Process Safety Performance 499
McCavit J., Berger S., Nara L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331084
Why is It So Difficult to Learn from Someone Else’s Mistakes? 505
Vande Capelle T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331085
Lessons Learned by the Strong Local Earthquake at the Petrochemical Plant 511
Wada Y., Wakakura M., Hayashi Y., Takagi N., Oba H., Kumasaki M., Miyake A., Arai M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331086
The Fukushima Incident and the Impact on Risk Perception and Risk Communication 517
Pineda-Solano A., Carreto-Vazquez V., Mannan M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331087
Investigation of Odour Fade, and Subsequent Natural Gas Explosion at the San Diego Bayfront Hilton Hotel 523
Reza A., Ibrahim Z. DOI:10.3303/CET1331088
Pressure Build-up in a Diesel Tank Exposed to Fire 529
Noel N., Metayer J. DOI:10.3303/CET1331089
Explosion at a Hazardous Waste Site Caused by Contaminated Nitric Acid 535
Vince I. DOI:10.3303/CET1331090
Atypical Accident Scenarios: from Identification to Prevention of Underlying Causes 541
Paltrinieri N., Oien K., Tugnoli A., Cozzani V. DOI:10.3303/CET1331091
How Could Csb Investigation Reports Be Improved? 547
Jensen N. DOI:10.3303/CET1331092
Why Sometimes May Be Neglected Management of Change? 553
Gambetti F., Casalli A., Chisari V. DOI:10.3303/CET1331093
Comparison of the Operating Life of Tank Containers, Tank Vehicles and Rail Tank Cars for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods in Practice, Analysis of Causes of Damage 559
Weltschev M., Schwarzer S., Otremba F. DOI:10.3303/CET1331094
A Propane Fire Connected to Dumping Procedure in a Process Plant 565
Cermelli D., Currò F., Pastorino R., Fabiano B. DOI:10.3303/CET1331095
Process Safety Engineering
A Risk Based Approach on Selection of Refrigerated Ammonia Storage 571
Storti L., Buccoliero D., Paesani C. DOI:10.3303/CET1331096
Study of Immersion in a Pool of Water as an Alternative to Concrete-spraying Or Mounding of Lpg Tanks 577
Tambour F., Sellier P., Brohez S., Delvosalle C. DOI:10.3303/CET1331097
Modelling of Electrostatic Ignition Hazards in Industry – Too Complicated, not Meaningful Or Only of Academic Interest? 583
Glor M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331098
Modeling Development for Evaluating Effective Mitigation Measures for Lng Safety and Spill Response 589
Kim B., Ruiz R., Nayak S., Mentzer R., Mannan M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331099
Explosion Risk Analysis ‘era’ for Flng Facilities: the Main Challenges 595
Hocquet J. DOI:10.3303/CET1331100
Explosion Initiation, Propagation, and Suppression Inside a Micro Structured Reactor 601
Liebner C., Heinrich S., Edeling F., Hieronymus H., Lange T., Klemm E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331101
The Use of Porous Structures in Flameproof Enclosures to Reduce the Maximum Explosion Pressure 607
Hornig J., Markus D., Thedens M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331102
Quantification of the Static Equivalent Pressure of Gas Phase Detonations in Pipes at the Ddt, in the Region of Stable Detonation (if Any) and at the Reflection Point 613
Schildberg H.P., Sudano G., Streuber C. DOI:10.3303/CET1331103
Inherently Safer Design Applied to the Biodiesel Production 619
Gomez G.E., Ramos M.A., Cadena J.E., Gomez J., Munoz F.G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331104
Safe Design Against Explosions of Emission Collecting Systems 625
Mentasti M., Crippa T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331105
Performance Assessment of Continuous Buried Pipelines Under Earthquake Loadings 631
Lanzano G., Salzano E., Santucci De Magistris F., Fabbrocino G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331106
Impact of Wildfires on Lpg Tanks 637
Heymes F., Aprin L., Ayral P.A., Slangen P., Dusserre G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331107
A Multiobjective-driven Approach to Reduce Risk in Process Layouts 643
Garcia-Sanchez L.N., Vazquez-Roman R., Diaz-Ovalle C., Mannan M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331108
Inherent Safety Design Considering Forced Ventilation Effect by Air-fin-cooler in Modularized Onshore Lng Plant 649
Tanabe M., Miyake A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331109
Development of Fault Diagnosis System Using Principal Component Analysis for Intelligent Operation Support System 655
Munesawa Y., Minowa H., Suzuki K. DOI:10.3303/CET1331110
Limitations of Gas Explosion Venting Due to Accelerated Flame Propagation and Elevated Initial Pressure 661
Poli M., Graetz R., Schroeder V. DOI:10.3303/CET1331111
Sizing of Explosion Pressure Relief for Gases with Low Kg Values Using the Efflux Function 667
Blanchard R., Schildberg H.P. DOI:10.3303/CET1331112
Revisiting Age Old Corrosion Problems with Modern Tools and Techniques 673
Nicola S., Leon S., Nayak S., Mentzer R., Mannan M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331113
The Link Between Fire Research and Process Safety: an Evolution from Specific Needs to General Concern 679
Cadena J.E., Munoz F.G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331114
Large Eddy Simulation of Transient Flame-vortex Interactions During Explosions of Hydrogen-enriched Methane/air Mixtures 685
Di Sarli V., Di Benedetto A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331115
Electrostatic Ignition Hazards Associated with the Pneumatic Transfer of Flammable Powders Through Insulating Or Dissipative Tubes and Hoses 691
Glor M., Blum C., Fath W., Walther C.D. DOI:10.3303/CET1331116
Damage Models for Storage and Process Equipment Involved in Flooding Events 697
Landucci G., Tugnoli A., Antonioni G., Cozzani V. DOI:10.3303/CET1331117
Tests on Suitability of the Ignition Source “exploding Wire” for the Determination of Explosion Characteristics of Combustible Dusts in the 20-l-sphere 703
Scheid M., Kusche C., Schroeder V., Barth U. DOI:10.3303/CET1331118
Process for Drying Powders – Hazards and Solutions 709
Febo H. DOI:10.3303/CET1331119
Mechanical Equipment for Explosive Atmospheres – Standardization Work in Iec Subcommittee 31m and Its Benefit for International Projects 715
Brehm K., Bothe H. DOI:10.3303/CET1331120
Modelling of Mitigation of Vapour Cloud Explosions Using Flame Inhibitors 721
Van Wingerden K., Middha P., Hoorelbeke P. DOI:10.3303/CET1331121
CFD Simulations of the Effect of Dust Diameter on the Dispersion in the 20 L Bomb 727
Di Sarli V., Russo P., Sanchirico R., Di Benedetto A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331122
Dust Explosion Protection by Flameless Venting 733
Snoeys J., Going J.E., Taveau J.R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331123
The Minimum Ignition Energy of Coal Dust in an Oxygen Enriched Atmosphere 739
Norman F., Berghmans J., Verplaetsen F. DOI:10.3303/CET1331124
Venting of Foaming Three-phase Systems with Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Particles 745
Leimeister E., Steinbach H. DOI:10.3303/CET1331125
Acute Inhalation Toxicity in Quantitative Risk Assessment – Methods and Procedures 751
Hansler R., Gooijer L., Wolting B.G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331126
Sizing Emergency Relief Systems for Multipurpose Plants 757
Nanchen A., Stoessel F. DOI:10.3303/CET1331127
Reduction of Natech Risk Due to Lightning by the Use of Protection Systems 763
Necci A., Antonioni G., Cozzani V., Borghetti A., Nucci C.A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331128
Using Priciples of Inherent Safety for Design of Hydrometallurgical Solvent Extraction Plants 769
Moore L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331129
Unsteady Aspects of Sodium-water Reaction Water Cleaning of Sodium Containing Equipments 775
Carnevali S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331130
A Probabilistic Constraint Programming Model to Reduce Risk in Layouts with Toxic Release Scenarios 781
Ramirez-Marengo C., Vazquez-Roman R., Mannan M.S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331131
Domino Effects Related to Explosions in the Framework of Land Use Planning 787
Salzano E., Antonioni G., Landucci G., Cozzani V. DOI:10.3303/CET1331132
Computational Analysis of Large-scale Fires in Complex Geometries - a Means to Safeguard People and Structural Integrity in the Oil and Gas Industry 793
Magnussen B.F., Rian K.E., Grimsmo B., Lilleheie N.I., Kleiveland R.N., Vembe B.E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331133
Lattice Boltzmann Method: New Alternative for Loss Estimation 799
Diaz Cruz J., Rodríguez S.E., Ordonez S., Munoz F.G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331134
Material Hazards
Modified Setup of 20-l-sphere for the Determination of Safety Characteristics of Nano Powders 805
Krietsch A., Romahn T.M., Scheid M., Krause U. DOI:10.3303/CET1331135
The Effect of Agglomeration on the Emission of Particles from Nanopowders Flow 811
Henry F., Marchal P., Bouillard J.X., Vignes A., Dufaud O., Perrin L. DOI:10.3303/CET1331136
The Explosive Decomposition of Tetrafluoroethylene: Large Scale Tests and Simulations 817
Ferrero F., Zeps R., Kluge M., Schroeder V., Spoormaker T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331137
Study of Incompatibilities of Ammonium Nitrate and Its Mechanism of Decomposition by Theoretical Approach 823
Cagnina S., Rotureau P., Adamo C. DOI:10.3303/CET1331138
Effects of Inerts on Ignition Sensitivity of Dusts 829
Janes A., Carson D. DOI:10.3303/CET1331139
Thermal Decomposition Behavior of Di-tert-butyl Peroxide Measured with Differential Adiabatic Calorimeter 835
Iwata Y. DOI:10.3303/CET1331140
Quantitative Structure-property Relationships for Thermal Stability and Explosive Properties of Chemicals 841
Baati N., Nanchen A., Stoessel F., Meyer T. DOI:10.3303/CET1331141
Parameters for Attenuation and Suppression of Detonation Wave with Inert Particles 847
Fomin P., Fedorov A., Chen J.R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331142
Mass Burning Rates of Large Tbpb Pool Fires - Experimental Study and Modeling 853
Schaelike S., Mishra K.B., Malow M., Berger A., Wehrstedt K.D., Schonbucher A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331143
Developing Dedicated Methods and Tools for Safe Use and Processing of Key Chemicals in Biorefineries 859
Marlair G., Diallo A.O., Benaissa W., Vignes A., Blanc L., Len C. DOI:10.3303/CET1331144
Cfd-assisted Safety Design in a Flue Gas Treatment Plant Retrofit 865
Aresta P., Di Pilato S., Derudi M., Nano G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331145
Study of Under-ventilated Burning Characteristics of Materials with the Cone Calorimeter 871
Fourneau C., Delvosalle C., Breulet H., Brohez S. DOI:10.3303/CET1331146
Reaction Calorimetry and Uv-vis Spectrophotometry Integration Aimed at Runaway Reactions Early Detection 877
Casson V., Maschio G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331147
Combustion-induced Rapid Phase Transition of Ch4/o2/inert Mixtures 883
Salzano E., Cammarota F., Di Benedetto A., Di Sarli V., Russo G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331148
CFD Modeling of Nanoparticles Dispersion in a Dust Explosion Apparatus 889
Murillo C., Dufaud O., Lopez O., Perrin L., Vignes A., Munoz F.G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331149
Heat Exchange Elements in Sample Cells for Thermal Analysis 895
Suter G., Stocks V., Gwerder C., Eiche M. DOI:10.3303/CET1331150
Vulnerability of Industrial Facilities to Potential Volcanic Ash Fallouts 901
Milazzo M.F., Ancione G., Salzano E., Maschio G. DOI:10.3303/CET1331151
Parameters Influencing the Correct Thermal Safety Evaluations of Autocatalytic Reactions 907
Roduit B., Hartmann M., Folly P., Sarbach A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331152
Myths and Facts About Hydrogen Hazards 913
Rigas F., Amyotte P.R. DOI:10.3303/CET1331153
Experimental Study of Bulk Storage Ignition by Hot Points 919
Janes A., Carson D. DOI:10.3303/CET1331154
Prediction of Physico-chemical Properties for Reach Based on Qspr Models 925
Fayet G., Rotureau P., Prana V., Adamo C. DOI:10.3303/CET1331155
Experimental Study and Modeling of the Pyrolysis of Organic Dusts: Application to Dust Explosions 931
Cuervo N., Dufaud O., Torrado D., Bardin-Monnier N., Perrin L., Laurent A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331156
Electrostatic Discharges from Non-conductive Materials 937
Nilsson U., Karlson I., Nessvi K. DOI:10.3303/CET1331157
Experimental Determination of Flash Points of Flammable Liquid Aqueous Solutions 943
Janes A., Chaineaux J. DOI:10.3303/CET1331158
Nanomaterials Risk Assessment in the Process Industries: Evaluation and Application of Current Control Banding Methods 949
Fleury D., Fayet G., Vignes A., Henry F., Frejafon E. DOI:10.3303/CET1331159
Review of a Dust Explosion Modeling 955
Russo P., Di Benedetto A. DOI:10.3303/CET1331160