|Document ID (ISN)||59532|
|Convention or series no.
||Arbeidsinspectie CPR 14E
Commissie Preventie van Rampen door Gevaarlijke Stoffen
||Methods for the calculation of physical effects resulting from releases of hazardous substances (liquids and gases)
||Directoraat-Generaal van de Arbeid, Postbus 90804, 2509 LV Den Haag, Netherlands, 2nd ed., 1992. 386p. Illus. Bibl.ref.
||Description of standard calculation procedures to be used for the evaluation of physical effects resulting from a release of hazardous substances (liquids and gases). Methods are described for the calculation of: evaporation; thermal radiation; dispersion; vapour cloud explosion; consequences of the rupture of vessels. Each chapter is accompanied by a detailed list of symbols and units. In annex: list of commonly used hazardous substances (26 gases and 27 liquids), together with their important physical constants (molecular weight, saturation pressure, heat of evaporation, etc.).
||dangerous substances; flammable liquids; Netherlands; spills; hazard evaluation; major hazards; flammable gases
||chlorine; radiant heat; hydrochloric acid; formaldehyde; solvent naphtha; allyl alcohol; phosgene; chloroform; carbon tetrachloride; ethyl chloride; vinyl chloride; carbon monoxide; acetaldehyde; ethyl formate; formic acid; methyl bromide; vinyl acetate; carbon disulfide; hydrogen sulfide; methane; ethane; propane; butane; ethylene; propylene; 1-butene; bromine; hydrobromic acid; ammonia; dichloropropene; allyl chloride; benzene; butadiene; hydrofluoric acid; dimethylamine; diethylamine; ethanethiol; butanethiol; methyl acrylate; ethylenediamine; tetrahydrothiophene; acetonitrile; acrylonitrile; acetylene; tetraethyllead; ethylene oxide; propylene oxide; epichlorohydrin; explosions; list of chemical substances; chloromethane; sulfuric acid; sulfur dioxide; description of technique; methyl formate
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Country / State or Province||Netherlands|
||Toxic and dangerous substances
|Broad subject area(s)
||Fires, explosions and major hazards