HANDBOOK OF FIRE AND EXPLOSION PROTECTION ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES
|Author(s)||Dennis P. Nolan|
|D O W N L O A D|
The author of this third release of the world popular volume have declared its main objective as providing the industry with the expanded and updated information about the current practices of process safety management as well as significant technical engineering improvements which occurred since the time of the original publication of this handbook.
In the meantime, the main goal remains unchanged - it is to provide people with a thorough understanding of all fire and explosion dangers at various facilities of the oil and gas industry and in fact any others; this volume should be used as a very practical source of general reference material for all people facing fire protection issues that can be practically applied; it shall also serve as a reminder for the identification of unexpected hazards commonly existing at a facility.
It is definitely a must have reference guideline for those individuals who are involved with fire/explosion protection and prevention. What is very important, the author is presenting valuable insights into the protection principles philosophy, making it easier for the people to understand where they are actually originating from. All important aspects have been covered including fire/explosion-resistant systems, alarm and detection systems, effective fire suppression methods etc.
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