Process Plants: A Handbook of Inherently Safer Design

Process Plants: A Handbook of Inherently Safer Design

by Trevor A. Kletz, Paul Amyotte
     
 

This easy-to-read source provides a wealth of stimulating information on the design of inherently safer and user-friendly plants. It demonstrates how plants can withstand human error and equipment failure without serious effects on safety, output, or efficiency. Examples of user-friendly design and increased coverage on design procedures are implemented.  See more details below

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This easy-to-read source provides a wealth of stimulating information on the design of inherently safer and user-friendly plants. It demonstrates how plants can withstand human error and equipment failure without serious effects on safety, output, or efficiency. Examples of user-friendly design and increased coverage on design procedures are implemented.

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Shows how chemical plants can withstand human error and equipment failures without serious effects of safety, output, or efficiency. Describes and illustrates with examples such methods as intensification, substitution, attenuation, and simplification. The latest and to date longest version of a work that originated as lectures to practicing, graduate, and undergraduate chemical engineers; was first published as by the UK Institution of Chemical Engineers in 1984 and 1985 editions; and published again in 1991 by Hemisphere Publishing as

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ISBN-13:
9781560326199
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
08/01/1998
Series:
Chemical Engineering Series
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.70(d)

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