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Safety Engineering by the Loss Rate Concept
Losses by Exsystem ForcesEnergies
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absorption laws acceptable loss rate accidents AIChE American Petroleum Institute analysis ANSI applicable standard attenuation benefits BLEVE Boolean Boolean algebra capability to cause capability to sustain catastrophic Chapter Chemical Engineering chemical mode command failures considered containing damage destructive devices disability dollars domino effects electrical equipment events and conditions events or conditions example fault tree fire triangle flammable Flixborough Disaster frequency fuel function hazard identification human loss identified ignition industrial initial conversion injuries input interlock inventories Kilroy failures loss area loss control loss event loss potential loss process loss rate concept mechanical National Safety Council numbers objects of value occur operation petrochemical physical forces physical modes present pressure primal cause statements primal events primary failure primary fires probable maximum loss procedures produce reduce the probability redundant reliability risk audit safety engineer shock wave solenoid valve sprinkler steam switch systems modifications systems safety temperature tion traditional safety valid loss exposure workplace