71 Process Safety Poster Session

Monday, April 27, 2015: 5:00 PM
Exhibit Hall 5 (Austin Convention Center)
TBA by Session Chairs

Global Congress on Process Safety
17th Process Plant Safety Symposium (PPSS) (T1A), 30th Center for Chemical Process Safety International Conference (CCPS) (T1B), 49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium (LPS) (T1C), 4th Process Safety Management Mentoring (PSM2) Forum (T1D), Perspectives on Process Safety from Around the World (T1E), Process Safety Spotlights (T1F)

Jennifer Mize
Email: jfmize@eastman.com

Peter N. Lodal
Email: pnlodal@eastman.com

Revonda Tew
Email: rtew@piii.com

Jack Chosnek
Email: jc@knowledge1.net

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

(71ac) Experimental Study on Gas Explosion in an Obstructed Confined Pipe
Rafiziana M. Kasmani, Mimi H. Hassim, Siti Zubaidah Sulaiman, Sina D Emami, Kamarizan Kidam and Roshafima, R. Ali

(71ae) Uncertainty Analysis for LOPA in the Offshore Industry
Sungteak Kim, Kwangpil Chang and Eunhyun Park

(71ah) Dust Explosion Kinetics
Russell A. Ogle, Sean J. Dee and Brenton L. Cox
File available
(71bb) Application of HAZOP Study On Some Butyl-Octyl Alcohol Plants
Jiulai Huang, Junjie Chen, Minbing Sheng, Rangqu Chen and Dong Xue

(71c) Developing Process Engineers into Effective HAZOP/LOPA Facilitators
Steven T. Maher, Michael A. Nour, Colin Scholtz and Michael B. Saura

(71e) Optimal Sectioning of Hydrocarbon Transport Pipeline By Volume Minimization and Environmental Vulnerability Assessment
Nancy Alejandra Cano Acosta, John Edgar Fontecha Garcia and Felipe Muñoz Giraldo

(71h) Why Do We Still Have Blast Walls on Offshore Platforms?
Benjamin Poblete, Michael Stahl, Bharat Tulsyan and Andrew Staszak
File available
(71l) Predicting Thermal Behavior of Chemicals from Molecular Structure
Nadia Baati, Annik Nanchen, Francis Stoessel and Thierry Meyer

(71t) Unlock the Value of Operational Data
Mei-Li Lin and Joseph Stough
File available
Aijun Wang
Aijun Wang
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