2 edition of Dust dispersal by explosion-induced airflow found in the catalog.
Dust dispersal by explosion-induced airflow
Joseph M. Singer
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||by J. M. Singer, M. E. Harris, and J. Grumer ; Pittsburgh Mining and Safety Research Center.|
|Series||Report of investigations - Bureau of Mines ; 8130, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8130.|
|Contributions||Harris, Margaret E., Grumer, Joseph., United States. Bureau of Mines.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, ii, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Dust dispersal by explosion-induced airflow. [Washington]: U.S. Dust dispersal by explosion-induced airflow: entrainment by airblast / ([Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, ), by Joseph M. Singer, Joseph Grumer, Margaret E.
Harris, and United States. Bureau of Mines (page images at HathiTrust). Part of the SpringerBriefs in Fire book series (BRIEFSFIRE) Abstract M.E. Harris, and J. Grumer (), “Dust Dispersal by Explosion-Induced Airflow: Entrainment by Airblast,” US Bureau of Mines, Ural E.A.
() Literature Review. In: Towards Estimating Entrainment Fraction for Dust Layers. SpringerBriefs in Fire. An inherent part of the dust explosion problem is understanding and dealing with the influence of turbulence on explosion development.
This paper reviews effects of turbulence on the following dust explosion parameters: flame propagation rate, maximum explosion pressure, maximum rate of pressure rise, flammability or explosibility limits and minimum ignition by: Among eight types of combustible dust, wood, food, and plastics in the process industries account 40, and 7%, respectively, of dust explosions worldwide, sometimes resulting in.
Airflow inducement and dust capture experiments were also conducted under the same operating parameters to examine any salient features of the spray nozzle type. Dust Explosions in the Process Industries discussed the use of rotary locks for preventing explosion transfer between process units or a process unit and a duct.
Czajor () and Faber () discussed the same methods as covered by Scholl, Fischer and Donat, and added a few more. Screw conveyors and rotary locks. Full text of "Monthly catalog of United States government publications" See other formats. Fluid Interactions with Explosion-Induced Fractures. NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Swanson, E.; Sussman, A.
J.; Wilson, J.; Broome, S. Fluids can chemically interact with the fractures they flow through, a process that may affect the movement of fluids in the subsurface.
This is a topic of interest to a large variety of. Seasonal variations of marine algal community in the vicinity of Uljin nuclear power plant, Korea. PubMed. Kim, Y S; Choi, H G; Nam, K W.
Three marine algal sites were examined seasonally in an area of thermal discharge from the Uljin nuclear power plant in Korea to assess possible impacts from thermal stress. Quadrat samples were taken at three sites: cooling. Once created, an explosible dust cloud can be ig nited by a number of possible ignition sources.
In critical applications or for ha rd to ignite dusts, credible st rength of ignition sources can be evaluated and compared to the ignition requireme nt of the particular dust cloud. Though seldom done, such an exercise may reveal whether elimination of ignition sources is a viable.
title: a - the emission of radiation from diatomic gases - iv - emissivity calculations for co and hcl for non-overlapping rotational lines as a function of temperature and optical density - b - remarks on the determination of population temperatures from flame spectra, id: ad Time Allocations - Unless otherwise noted in the program, each contributed paper is allotted ten minutes for presentaÂ tion.
The session chairmen will be provided with timers and will enforce the time limits. Authors are urged to practice their talks before colleagues prior to the meeting.
Papers must be presented in the order indicated in the program to be fair to those moving between. Distribution of dust concentration in an actual cloud. Distribution of initial turbulence in an actual cloud. Possibility of generation of explosion-induced turbulence in the still unburned part of the cloud.
(Location of ignition source important parameter.) 8. Possibility of flame front distortion by mechanisms other than turbulence.