LIST OF TABLES TABLE 1
Effect of particle size reduction on the minimum explosible concentration of aluminium dust.
Typical minimum explosible concentration values of some selected dusts.
Typical minimum ignition temperature values of some selected dusts.
Frequency of materials involved in dust explosions 1900-1956.
Frequency of materials involved in recent dust explosions.
Typical range of dusts and associated industrial plant known to have been involved in a dust explosion.
The three apparatus used in the classification test.
Relationship between the explosion hazard rating, ignition sensitivity, explosion severity and the explosibi 1 ity index.
Definition of dust explosion classes.
Typical range of explosion data.
Comparison of minimum ignition energies determined in the standard test apparatus with those in apparatus having improved circuitry.
Selected references dealing with the prevention of dust explosions.
Selected references dealing with the electrostatic hazards associated with the handling of particulate material.
Vent ratios for explosible dusts.
Data for gases exploded in the Hartmann bomb.
Relationship between Κ
Broad relationship between Hartmann data and St class.
Selected references dealing with the dust explosion hazard in grain elevator facilities.
values and explosion class.