99 Characterization and Control of Ignition Sources I

Wednesday, May 1, 2013: 8:00 AM
Street Level 103A (Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center)
Ignition sources are often said to be free, at least always available. Recognition, characterization, and control of these sources, whether electrostatically or impact generated, is key to prevention of ignition. This session invites original papers that discuss aspects of ignition prevention and how ignition sources can be affected by process change.

47th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium (LPS)

Michael D. Moosemiller
Email: mmoosemiller@bakerrisk.com

Lisa Long
Email: long.lisa@dol.gov

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(99c) Development of a Steel Component Combustion Model for Fires Involving Pure Oxygen Systems
Brenton L. Cox, Sean J. Dee, Ryan J. Hart and Delmar "Trey" Morrison
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