1st Edition

Safety Design Criteria for Industrial Plants Volume 2

Edited By Antonio Naviglio, Maurizio Cumo Copyright 1989
    252 Pages
    by CRC Press

    252 Pages
    by CRC Press

    First published in 1989: A generalization and rationalization of the main safety design criteria and safety analysis methodologies developed in nuclear aerospace and chemical engineering is presented in two comprehensive volumes. The concepts of risk, damage and probability of hazardous events are introduced. Risks connected with the use of main harmful substances are quantitatively identified. The methods employed for the safety analyses are described, together with the methodologies for seismic analyses and for Probabilistic Risk Assessment. The main criteria for protection of plants from internal and external events are introduced and described. In addition, the problem of emergency planning is considered. This book is particularly intended for engineers working in the nuclear field, in chemical industries, in industrial plants, in fuel storages and with high-risk substances, as well as for engineers operating in licensing organizations and for inspectors.

    Section 1: External Damage Crisis

    1. Natural Events: Seismic and Geotechnical Aspects

    Leonardo Lojejo

    2. Natural Events: Severe Meteorological Events

    Alberto Ferreli

    3. Artificial Events: Fire Risk

    Francesco Mazzini

    4. Artificial Events: Clouds Explosions, Dangerous Clouds, and Physical Protection

    Salvatore Ragusa

    5. Artificial Events: Area Events

    Alberto Ferreli

    6. Artificial Events: Human Factors

    Ivo Tripputi

    Section 2: Conventional Risks

    7. Conventional Risks

    Rinaldo Paciucci

    8. Characteristic and Safe Management of Hazardous Chemical Substances (as in the List of CEE Directive No. 501)

    Claudia Bartolomei and Sergio Paribelli


    Maurizio Cumo is Professor of Nuclear Plants at the University La Sapienza Rome.

    Antonio Naviglio is Professor of Thermal Hydraulics in the Department of Energetics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Rome.