Cryogenics Safety Manual: A Guide to Good Practice, Third Edition promotes the safe application and development of low temperature engineering. The book also details the hazards involved in the operation, handling, and development of cryogenic devices. The text is divided into five chapters. Chapter 1 describes the health precautions and legislations involved in the field. Chapter 2 tackles the specific hazards and safety measures in handling and maintaining air separation plants. Chapter 3 discusses the precautions to be observed in the different procedures concerning natural gas, ethylene, and methane. Chapter 4 covers the proper safety measures and maintenance of plants and equipment designed to handle liquid and gas states of hydrogen at low temperatures, and Chapter 5 talks about the special precautions in handling helium, neon, krypton, and xenon. Chemists, physicists, engineers, and safety personnel involved in the field of cryogenics would benefit from this helpful guide.A Guide to Good Practice Safety British Cryogenics Council. have a built-in facility for achieving ... The atmosphere to be tested is aspirated through the tube by a manually operated pump at a controlled rate. The number of times the pump isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cryogenics Safety Manual|
|Author||:||Safety British Cryogenics Council|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|