The main units of this proposed system are: 1. Sensor: Heat sensor (H) and smoke sensor (S) senses the fire. Signal from sensor activates the ID sender unit 2. ID sender unit: ID sender gives the address of the room or block where fire is detected and passes that address to the data line. a.
1. METHODOLOGY Hazard Risk Assessment We used ‘Risk Analysis’ to identify the chemical hazard and risk that can possibly be occurred in Sulfuric Acid Manufacturing Industry. We used this method because it is convenient to identify the severity and the frequency of the hazard from the visual representation (Risk Assessment Matrix). Also, after we completed performing the chemical hazards assessment, we can identify the severity scale from the result and subsequently determine and establish the suitable, appropriate ways to eliminate or lessen the hazards form occurring in the particular industry according to priority. Internet We used Internet to find additional information about this project, specifically for the industry that we have chosen
Assignment on Engineering & Management Responsibilities in Natural Disasters By Date Abstract Disaster is defined to be an event causing sudden and unexpected great loss. The field of disaster management focuses on minimizing any kind of serious risks. It involves supporting and rebuilding the society in a managerial way after manmade or natural disaster occurs. There are two ways through which engineering has been contributing towards the disaster management: by building a proper infrastructure to prevent the damage caused by disasters, settling of appropriate design and safety standards. Disaster management through engineering contribution and principles is presented in this paper.
Labels, MSDSs and walk-through inspections form the basis of a hazard identification programme. Once hazards are identified, it may be necessary to evaluate the extent of exposure or to test effectiveness of control measures. Results of monitoring programmes should be compared to occupational hygiene standards (occupational exposure limits and biological exposure indices) to determine the level of risk to the health of workers. The most important aspect of occupational hygiene is the control of hazards. However, identification and evaluation are necessary steps leading to implementation of appropriate and
As ECW specifically has asked to look into the effects and consequences of acidization, we put a strong emphasis on this technique. Although other techniques might be considered. We’ll review the technique in relation to the different scenarios of the well damage. 5.1 Acidization In this chapter, the process of Matrix Acidizing is considered to stimulate the limited flow in the ECW Middenmeer geothermal well (MDM-GT-03). Different potential matrix acidizing processes are described per formation damage scenario: mud cake, scaling and lead precipitation.
The next step is to start planning for the most likely and severe emergencies. The planning process should evaluate the interior layout, escape routes, assembly points, accessibility to firefighting, ventilation, water supply, detection and alarm systems, communication methods, automatic fire suppression, fire department access, and exposure protection. An emergency plan should detail the duties of personnel and the fire
The alert can also issue an early warning signal during the day to people who, if not for the alarm, wouldn 't have the time required to get away from the premises before it is too late. 2. They Conveniently Monitor Fire without Human Input Another advantage of fire alarm systems is they allow for remote monitoring. These devices offer additional protection whether people are inside the building or not. When the monitoring facility that the system is hooked to receives a fire emergency signal, it can dispatch fire professionals to put out the fire even when you are away or without having received your distress call.
Hazardous wastes can be categorized based on their hazardous characteristics such as ignitable, reactive, toxic, corrosive, explosive, poisonous, and radioactive (Mudgal et al., 2007). Basically, there are three types of methods to treat hazardous wastes biological, chemical and physical. Chemical treatment methods use different properties of a chemical to alter its hazardous compounds. Chemical reactions alter the chemicals, destroying the hazardous elements or producing new compounds that are easier to treat or dispose of (WRC, 2001). Chemical treatment can be further divided into several techniques.
Smoke, gas and Humidity can also be detected while extinguishing. The LM35 sensors and ultrasonic sensor are used with Multi Sensor Detection System (MSDS) to provide a extinguishment platform and the parameters are updated to the respected person through IoT. When the fire is detected and robot is at nearer distance to fire, a solenoid valve pump is used to sprinkle water for extinguishment. For an effective extinguishing, a water spreader is used. This Holocaust Conflict Robot is enhanced with dual conditions.
In order to avoid fire, fire determination alarms and fire protection equipment must be supplied all the sites in hydrocarbon fields. Discharges of Pollutants In the process of hydrocarbon production, some unnecessary fluids and gases should be discharged to the air and sea. However, they should be treated before discharging them in a manner that will not harm ne nature. Some data should be assessed and collected on the quantity, and quality of chemicals which are used in treatment. The best way is to choose the chemicals in a way that is suitable the environment.