Handbook of Fire and Explosion Protection Engineering Principles: for Oil, Gas, Chemical and Related Facilities is a general engineering handbook that provides an overview for understanding problems of fire and explosion at oil, gas, and chemical facilities. This handbook offers information about current safety management practices and technical engineering improvements. It also provides practical knowledge about the effects of hydrocarbon fires and explosions and their prevention, mitigation principals, and methodologies. This handbook offers an overview of oil and gas facilities, and it presents insights into the philosophy of protection principles. Properties of hydrocarbons, as well as the characteristics of its releases, fires and explosions, are also provided in this handbook. The book includes chapters about fire- and explosion-resistant systems, fire- and gas-detection systems, alarm systems, and methods of fire suppression. The handbook ends with a discussion about human factors and ergonomic considerations, including human attitude, field devices, noise control, panic, and security. People involved with fire and explosion prevention, such as engineers and designers, will find this book invaluable. A unique practical guide to preventing fires and explosions at oil and gas facilities, based on the authoras extensive experience in the industry An essential reference tool for engineers, designers and others facing fire protection issues Based on the latest NFPA standards and interpretationsMost electronic technology systems also use digital electronics in conjunction with microprocessor technology to allow the instrumentation to calibrate and troubleshoot the instrumentation from either local or remote locations. ... Controls. The highest process concerns for storage and transfer operations are the possibility of a tank or vessel ... Design, Installation and Testing of Basic Surface Safety Systems for Offshore Production Platforms, 7th Edition, API, Washington, DC, 2007. 10.
|Title||:||Handbook of Fire and Explosion Protection Engineering Principles|
|Author||:||Dennis P. Nolan|
|Publisher||:||William Andrew - 2010-12-15|