Bow Ties in Process Safety and Environmental Management
Current Trends and Future Perspectives
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The proposed book aims to combine the process safety aspects, and the potential dangers to the ecology including source of the contamination, especially unbalanced utilization of the toxic chemicals in the process industries. It covers a broad spectrum of the industrial process safety, environmental pollution factors, dangers to land, water, air and living species, remediation technologies (traditional and futuristic approaches), pollutant degradation through numerical modelling , physico-chemical characteristics of the chemicals and their thermal analysis. It also provides the mandated safety data sheets already available and the suggestions for improvement on industrial specifications.
- Discusses detailed aspects of process safety and environmental impact from a theoretical and practical perspective.
- Covers detailed procedure of environmental modeling concepts.
- Explores forensic investigation sequences during the incident.
- Proposes futuristic approaches towards risk assessment and management.
- Includes real-time case studies with complexities and solutions.
This book aims at Researchers, Graduate Students and Professionals related to Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Process Safety Engineering.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Bow ties of process safety and environmental impact transition from theory to practice
Hui Zhan, Zhan Dou, Guan-Yu Suo, Shen-Qing Xuan, Jin-Fu Tao, Jian-Feng Yang, Liang-Chao Chen, Li-Li Li, Ru li, Mei-Chen Zhou
Chapter 2: Fire and Explosion Hazards of Liquid Mixtures
Chapter 3: An Overview of Coal Combustion process (shifted to eResources)
Yang Xiao, Ze-Yang Song, Kai-Qi Zhong, Cai-Ping Wang, Jun Deng
Chapter 4: Coal Spontaneous Combustion (shifted to eResources)
Hiroshi Koseki, Xin-Rui Li
Chapter 5: Bow-tie analysis of underground coal-fire hazards and mining activities using hybrid data: A case study of Wuda coalfield in Inner Mongolia, China
Zeyang Song. Jun Deng, Zhijin Yu, Jingyu Zhao
Chapter 6: Technologies to Inhibit Coal Fires
Yang Xiao, Qing-Wei Li, Hao Zhang, Jun Deng
Chapter 7: Theory and application of heat pipes for removal of thermal energy in coal wildfire areas (shifted to eResources)
Bei Li, Xiaobing Zhan, Wei Gao, Mingshu Bi
Chapter 8: Micro-scale piloting test for coal and gas outburst prevention by liquid carbon dioxide injection and in-situ experiment
Chapter 9: Fighting fires in the coal mining industry
Jun Deng, Yang Xiao, Kun-Hua Liu, Qing-Wei Li
Chapter 10: Application of Safety Triad in Process Safety
T. Parker, R. Shen, Q. Wang
Chapter 11: Forensic Analysis of Some Types of Industrial Explosions
Xiaoliang Zhang, Tingguang Ma, Huiping Liu, Zhangrui Liu
Chapter 12: Risk assessment of hydrogen fueling stations
J. Nakayama, A. Miyake
Chapter 13: Comparative assessment and validation of USEPA air quality modelling techniques using pre-post point-source observations near a coal-based thermal power plant
Rahil Changotra, Amarpreet Singh Arora, Himadri Rajput, Amit Dhir
Chapter 14: Uncontrollable coal fires and their environmental impact (shifted to eResources)
Himadri Rajput, Amarpreet Singh Arora, Rahil Changotra
Chapter 15: Spatiotemporal dispersion of particles in the vicinity of an opencast mine in India
Aditya Kumar Patra, Satya Prakash Sahu
Chapter 16: An Overview to Quantitative Risk Assessment Methodologies
Amarpreet Singh Arora, Rahil Changotra, Himadri Rajput
Chapter 17: Understanding spatio-temporal variability of groundwater level changes in India using hydrogeological and GIS techniques
Suneel Kumar Joshi, Sneha Gautam
Chapter 18: Electrocoagulation Influencing Parameters Investigation on Reactive Dyes in Textile Wastewater: A Simple Optimization Method
Mohit Garg, Sarbani Ghosh, Amit Kumar, Vikram Chopra, Indra Deo Mall, Sneha Gautam
Chapter 19: Evaluation of Historic Trends on Hydro-meteorological Variables in the Cauvery basin, India
Dhasarathan R, Brema J, Sneha Gautam
Chapter 20: Valuation of Environmental Externalities: A Tool for Sustainability
Hemant Bherwani, Alaka Das, Hariharan B, Ankit Gupta, Rakesh Kumar
Chapter 21: Exploring Human-Elephant Conflicts and Mitigation Measures in and around Rohingya refugee camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
N. Islam, S. M. N. Uddin, N. Rafa, M. Gupta
Chapter 22: Transmission Mechanisms of Bioaerosols: An Unseen Threat To Human Health
Sneha Gautam, Mohammed Abdus Salam, Mahmud Hossain Sumon, Muhammad Anwar Iqbal, Bruno Pavoni, Md. Badiuzzaman Khan
Dr. Gollakota Anjani Ravi Kiran is Assistant Professor in Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. He has received his PhD (Chemical Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology (IIG), Guwahati, and an MTech (Chemical and Engineering) from Andhra University college of Engineering, India. After his PhD, he Joined University of Surrey, United Kingdom (May 2016 – July 2017), Received Post Doc Fellowship from Ministry of Science and Technology Taiwan and joined Post Doc (August 2017 – Feb 2018), soon promoted as assistant professor (Feb 2018 – To Date).
Dr. Gollakota Primary research is on 4th generation biofuels via hydrodeoxygenation, hydrothermal liquefaction. His research is primarily focused towards the upgrading the biofuels generated from physico-chemical-thermo chemical methods. The prime objective of this research is to enhance the efficacy of the biofuels which are highly underrated due to their complex compositions. At present Dr. Gollakota is working on another novel aspect of self-treatment procedures through green materials and green solvents. The present research will be a great boon to many of the coal industries struggling with their dumping systems.
His current research projects and works are focused in broad multidisciplinary areas of transmuted coal fly ash applications in geopolymers, biofuel upgrading catalysis, leaching radioactive isotopes. Also Dr. Gollakota is working on green material synthesis on the basis of waste to energy generation.
Gollakota Published 18 articles in top-ranked journals (h-index 12; i10-index 12; citations >500), he has developed a network of collaborators across four continents. Prior experience as a software engineer for three years helped Gollakota to have a proficiency in traditional chemical and process engineering software such as Ansys, COMSOL etc.
Dr. Sneha Gautam is Assistant Professor in Department of Civil Engineering at Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Coimbatore, India. He has received his PhD (Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, and an MTech (Environmental Science and Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology, Indian School of Mines (IIT - ISM) Dhanbad. After his PhD, he Joined INCLEN and University of California, Berkeley, USA (May 2015 – July 2016), Received Post Doc Fellowship from Ministry of Science and Technology Taiwan and joined Post Doc (August 2016 – May 2017), after he joined Marwadi University, Rajkot Gujarat as an assistant professor & Head (Sept 2017 – April 2019).
His fundamental and application oriented cross disciplinary research is focused at the interfaces of clean air engineering/science, human health and smart/sustainable living in cities/megacities. His research builds an understanding of the formation and emission of particles, both from vehicle exhausts and non-vehicular sources. He, investigates their contribution to pollution, especially in megacity contexts. He is developing approaches to low-cost sensing and contributing to the development of exposure control technology and guidelines for policymakers to curtail pollution exposure in cities, with associated health benefits.
His current research projects and works are focused in broad multidisciplinary areas of air pollution monitoring/modelling, low-cost sensing, nature-based solutions, climate change mitigation and developing innovative technological and passive (e.g. green infrastructure) solutions for air pollution exposure control for both developing and developed world.
He received couple of prestigious award (i.e., IEI Young Scientist Award, Outstanding Reviewer Award – Elsevier, International Travel Grant – Govt of India etc). With over 26 articles in top-ranked journals (h-index 12; i10-index 12; citations >370), he has developed a network of collaborators across four continents, serving on editorial boards of several international journals. His research has featured in well-read media outlets such as the Aljajeera, Times of India, and Trinity.
Prof. Chi-Min Shu is a Distinguished Chair Professor in Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering at National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. Prof. Shu is a chemical engineering graduate and migrated towards the process safety upon the thrust towards the industrial safety. Prof. Shu, initiated a prodigious impulse in the field of process safety research by establishing the Process Safety and Disaster Prevention Laboratory (PS&DPL), Taiwan. The focus of PS&DPL is primarily on loss prevention, thermokinetic hazard analysis, runaway reaction analysis, combustible gas or dust explosion analysis, risk assessment, and process-safety-related problems. In the past decade, I have received the North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS) Fellow Award in 2011 and in 2016 was elected as an American Institute of Chemical Engineers Fellow. In 2017, our continuous contribution was recognized by receiving the NATAS Mettler Toledo Award, the most honorable award in the field of Thermal Analysis since 1968.
Prof. Shu expertise in process safety led him the invitation from various Governments across the globe to be a part of investigation teams. For instance, the most famous the underground pipeline explosion that occurred in August 2014 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, which is a well-known disaster is one among them. Since 2005, Prof. Shu have been a Advisory Board Member of Fire Accident Investigation in (1) the National Fire Agency, Ministry of the Interior, (2) Taichung City, and (3) the Yunlin County Fire-Fighting Department. In 2015, I was the first scholar in the field of chemical process safety to assume an office at the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Committee, accredited by Environmental Protection Administration of the Executive Yuan, Taiwan. To date, Prof. Shu reviewed more than 500 EIA reports and attended more than 100 EIA meetings.
Prof. Shu is continuously striving to overcome challenges to industrial safety by intensively publishing papers in various respected international scientific journals. His laboratory findings have been documented through publications (350+) in reputed science journals of loss prevention and process safety.
About academic dedication, Prof. Shu is serving as an editorial board member in various respected scientific journals, such as Process Safety Progress (SCI), Journal of Safety Research (SSCI), and Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries (SCI) and as an associate editor for the Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (SCI) during the periods 2009–2010 and 2018–2020.