Accidental Continuous Releases from Coal Processing in Semi-Confined Environment
AbstractNotwithstanding the enforcement of ATEX EU Directives (94/9/EC of 23 March 1994) and safety management system application, explosions in the coal sector still claim lives and cause huge economic losses. Even a consolidated activity like coke dry distillation allows the opportunity of preventing explosion risk connected to fugitive emissions of coke oven gas. Considering accidental releases under semi-confined conditions, a simplified mathematical approach to the maximum allowed gaseous build-up is developed on the basis of the intrinsic hazards of the released compound. The results will help identifying and assessing low rate release consequences therefore to set-up appropriate prevention and control measures. The developed methodology was tested at the real-scale and validated by numerical computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations showing the effectiveness of the methodology to evaluate and mitigate the risk connected to confined hazardous releases. View Full-Text
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Palazzi, E.; Currò, F.; Fabiano, B. Accidental Continuous Releases from Coal Processing in Semi-Confined Environment. Energies 2013, 6, 5003-5022.
Palazzi E, Currò F, Fabiano B. Accidental Continuous Releases from Coal Processing in Semi-Confined Environment. Energies. 2013; 6(10):5003-5022.Chicago/Turabian Style
Palazzi, Emilio; Currò, Fabio; Fabiano, Bruno. 2013. "Accidental Continuous Releases from Coal Processing in Semi-Confined Environment." Energies 6, no. 10: 5003-5022.