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Kletz, T. A., Cheaper, Safer Plants, IChemE Hazard Workshop, 2d., IChemE, Rugby, U.K., 1984.  [c.272]

More complicated reactions and heat capacity functions of the foiiii Cp = a + bT + cT + are treated in thermodynamics textbooks (e.g., Klotz and Rosenberg, 2000). Unfortunately, experimental values of heat capacities are not usually available over a wide temperature range and they present some computational problems as well [see Eq. (5-46)].  [c.151]

Klotz, I. M. Rosenberg, R. M. 2000. Chemical Thermodynamics, 6th ed. Wiley, New York.  [c.335]

H. Thiele and H. Lamp, KolloidZ. 173, 63 (1960).  [c.490]

R. Hoffman and W. Knappe, KolloidZ. U. Z. Poljmere, 240, 784 (1970).  [c.511]

L. Kolditz, Halogen Chem. 2, 115 (1967).  [c.211]

U.S. Pat. 2,686,145 (Aug. 10, 1954), L. J. Klotz andj. B. Vaughan (to Lloyd Bros., Inc.).  [c.62]

R. H. Zaugg, L. C. King, and I. M. Klotz, Biochem. Biophys. R j". Commun. 64(4), 1192—1198 (1975).  [c.168]

A. Walder, R. H. Zaugg, R. Y. Walder,. M. Steele, and I. M. Klotz, Biochemisty 18, 4265—4270 (1979).  [c.168]

Daniel A. Crowl, Stanley Grossel, W. G. High, Trevor A. Kletz, Robert W. Ormsby,  [c.8]

Trevor A. Kletz, D.Sc., Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Chemical Engineering, Loughborough University, U.K. Fellow, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Royal Academy of Engineers (U.K.), Institution of Chemical Engineers (U.K.), and Royal Society of Chemistry (U.K.) (Section 26, Process Safety)  [c.12]

Klotz and Miller,y. Am. Chem. Soc., 69, 2557 (1947).  [c.373]

The principle ways of designing inherently safer plants and other ways or makiug plants user-friendly are summarized as follows, with examples (Kletz, Plant De.sign for Safety—A U.ser-Friendly Approach, Hemisphere, 1991).  [c.2267]

When one modification leads to another, and then another (Kletz, Plant/Operations Progress 5, 1986, p. 136).  [c.2270]

References are available which provide FAR estimates for various occupations, modes of transportation, and other activities (Kletz, The Risk Equations—What Risk Should We Run , New Scientist, May 12, pp. 320-325, 1977).  [c.2277]

CCPS G-11 CCPS G-13 CCPS G-23 DIERS Kletz 1991  [c.16]

CCPS G-11 CCPS G-13 CCPS G-23 DIERS Kletz 1991  [c.16]

CCPS G-11 CCPS G-13 CCPS G-23 DIERS Kletz 1991  [c.18]

T. Kletz, Plant Design for Safety, A UserFriendly Approach, Hemisphere Publishing, New York, 1991.  [c.478]

L. C. Covington and R. W. Schutz, in E. W. Kleetisch, ed.. Industrial Applications of Titanium and Eirconium, STP 728, American Society for Testing and Matedals, Philadelphia, Pa., 1981, p. 163.  [c.112]

U.S. Pat. 5,094,729 (Mar. 10, 1992), H. Klotz, H. D. Pinter, R. Weber, H. Block, and N. Innhoff (to Bayer AktiengeseUschaft) U.S. Pat. 5,096,547 (Mar. 17, 1992) H. Klotz, R. Weber, and W. Ohlendorf (to Bayer AktiengeseUschaft).  [c.151]

The rectangular isotherm has received special attention. For this, many of the constant patterns are developed fuUy at the bed inlet, as shown for external mass transfer [Klotz, Chem. Rev.s., 39, 241 (1946)], pore diffusion [Vermeulen, Adv. Chem. Eng., 2, 147 (1958) Hall et al., Jnd. Eng. Chem. Fundam., 5, 212 (1966)], the linear driving force approximation [Cooper, Jnd. Eng. Chem. Fundam., 4, 308 (1965)], reaction kinetics [Hiester and Vermeulen, Chem. Eng. Progre.s.s, 48, 505 (1952) Bohart and Adams, J. Amei Chem. Soc., 42, 523 (1920)], and axial dispersion [Coppola and LeVan, Chem. Eng. ScL, 38, 991 (1983)].  [c.1528]

Trevor A KletZ/ D Sc / Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Depatiment of Chemical Engineering, Loughborough, University U.K. Fellow, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Royal Academy of Engineers (U.K.), In stitution of Chemical Engineers (U.K.), and Royal Society of Chemlstiy (U.K.). (Inherently Safer Design)  [c.2263]

Although most companies investigate accidents (and many investigate dangerous incidents in which no one was injured), these investigations are often superficial, and we fail to learn all the lessons for which we have paid the high price of an accident. The facts are usually recorded correctly, but often only superficial conclusions are drawn from them. Identifying the causes of an accident is like peehng an onion. The outer layers deal with the immediate technical causes and triggering events while the inner layers deal with ways of avoiding the hazard and with the underlying weaknesses in the management system (Kletz, Learningfrom Accidents, 2ded., Buttei worth-Heinemann, 1994).  [c.2268]

Prevention and Protection Several methods may be used to protect against the causes of BLEXT s itemized earlier in this part of Section 26. They include thermal insulation, water coohng, depressuring facilities, corrosion control, and ground sloping (see Kletz, 1977 Martinsen et al., 1986 Prugh, 1991). A desirable diking method with ground sloping to minimize impingement of flame on a tank is shown in Fig. 26-32.  [c.2322]

D.M. Klotz, B. S. Beckman, S. M. Flill, J. A. McClachlan, M. R. Walters and S. F. Arnold, Environ.  [c.53]


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