2 edition of economic analysis of severe industrial hazards found in the catalog.
economic analysis of severe industrial hazards
Includes bibliographical references (p. -271).
|LC Classifications||HC79.D45 Q47 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|ISBN 10||3790806781, 0387914498|
|LC Control Number||93244926|
Manual of industrial hazard assessment techniques (English) Abstract. This manual aims to describe methods which may be used by engineering and safety analysts to estimate the major accident hazards associated with industrial plants. The basic procedure requires that potential failures should be identified, the quantities. severe weather impact conditions such as cyclones, large storms, heavy precipitation events, heat and cold waves, helps to protect both human and economic assets.
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And Acknowledgments Apparently almost every other month severe industrial hazards invade our living rooms, be it in terms of an ex post report or in terms of an alarming scenario, be it in a remote corner of the world or just in front of our doorstep. Although the invasion of our living rooms isBrand: Physica-Verlag Heidelberg.
About this book Introduction and Acknowledgments Apparently almost every other month severe industrial hazards invade our living rooms, be it in terms of an ex post report or in terms of an alarming scenario, be it in a remote corner of the world or just in front of our doorstep.
Get this from a library. An economic analysis of severe industrial hazards. [Immo Querner]. An economic analysis of severe industrial hazards. [Immo Querner] -- The book is concerned with the economics of potentially fatal industrial hazards, namely the prospect of very unlikely, yet catastrophic, incidents.
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Industrial hazards consist of four principle hazards. This is because industries employ many different processes involving a wide range of different raw materials, intermediates, waste products and final products. The hazards encountered are fire, explosion, toxic release and environmental damage.
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