qTRB's Hazardous Materials Cooperative Research Program (HMCRP) Report 11: Technical Assessment of Dry Ice Limits on Aircraft describes a technical approach to determining the maximum quantity of dry ice that may be safely carried aboard aircraft. The report includes guidelines for helping to determine safe limits for carriage of dry ice on commercial airplanes and a CD-ROM-based software tool designed to assist in determining appropriate dry ice loadings. The CD-ROM is packaged with the print version of the report.q--Publisher's description.See comments section in this document. OSHA Technical Manual, Section 111, Chapter 2. ... aThe Airplane Cabin Environment, a Elwood H. Hunt and David R. Space, Boeing paper, 1994. aCarriage of Dry Ice in Aircraft, a Brian T. Imada, Boeinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Technical Assessment of Dry Ice Limits on Aircraft|
|Author||:||Michael John Murphy, T. I. McSweeney|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 2013|