Lignite Dust Explosions

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CDC

Dec 09 2011Underground coal mining produces finely divided coal dust that deposits throughout the mine and serves as a source of combustible material for coal dust explosions Limestone powder known as rock dust is spread throughout the mine workings on a regular basis This rock dust serves to inert the coal dust when applied in the proper proportion

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NFPA

combustible dusts and the means to mitigate or eliminate the potential for dust explosions From the electric utility perspective our main dust hazard is coal dust If you look at the numbers coal dust has a Kst of 129 – 1511 has a dust layer ignition temperature of 338-3560F and a dust cloud ignition temperature of around 8240F2 Coal has a heat release rate ranging from 15 000

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CONTINUOUS WAVE LASER IGNITION THRESHOLDS OF

A heated layer of coal dust that deposited on the fiber tip during dispersion ignited the dust clouds Minimum observed igniting powers for laser beams delivered by 200 400 and 800 mm core fiber optic cables and directed into coal dust clouds were 2 0 3 0 and 5 0 W respectively

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Spontaneous Combustion of Coal

Wetting of coal takes place when stock piled coal is exposed to rain after a period of dry sunny weather or when wet coal is placed on a dry pile The three areas/places in a power plant which are at risk of fire caused by spontaneous combustion of coal are coal stockpiles coal conveyors and coal bunkers

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How to prevent or mitigate a dust explosion in your bucket

Generally any bucket elevator handling small particles (≤500 microns) of agricultural materials (such as grain or sugar) fuels (such as coal or lignite) wood products textiles specialty chemicals and precursors or certain unoxidized metals is potentially at risk for a dust explosion or fire

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Protecting Workers from Combustible Dust Explosion Hazards

may be exposed to combustible dust incidents that can cause catastrophic destruction injuries and deaths Employers and workers should take the steps below to control the fuel and prevent tragic consequences Control the Fuel (Dust) and Avoid Incidents • Capture dust before it escapes into a work area by using properly designed installed

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Dust explosion

A dust explosion is the rapid combustion of fine particles suspended in the air within an enclosed location Dust explosions can occur where any dispersed powdered combustible material is present in high-enough concentrations in the atmosphere or other oxidizing gaseous medium such as pure oxygen

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Propagation of Coal Dust Explosions in Pipes

This paper discusses the possibilities of pulverized coal explosions in pneumatic conveying To characterize the coal dust explosions we measured at different points on rectilinear pipes possibly connected to a 1-m 3 vessel explosion overpressures P max and flame speeds

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COAL DUST EXPLOSION HAZARDS by CLETE R STEPHAN P E

a coal dust explosion A 20-mesh sieve allows particles up to 841 microns or about 0 03 inch to pass and these are the largest particles that contribute to a coal dust explosion As the particle size is reduced even further a more severe explosion hazard is

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Grain Operations Preventing grain dust explosions

Moving and handling grain creates grain dust which when combined with other components typically found in a grain handling environment can result in grain dust explosions Grain dust explosions are high impact events that can result in human fatalities and injuries loss of facilities and significant operational downtime The May 2018 explosion in South Sioux City Nebraska U S damaged

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Propagation of Coal Dust Explosions in Pipes

This paper discusses the possibilities of pulverized coal explosions in pneumatic conveying To characterize the coal dust explosions we measured at different points on rectilinear pipes possibly connected to a 1-m 3 vessel explosion overpressures P max and flame speeds

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Coal dust explosions in a spherical bomb

Process md 1991 Vo! 4 July Coal dust explosions in a spherical bomb G Continiif o et al nozzle) and some settles at the bottom of theO sphere due to gravity Moreover the burn-out time of an average-sized coal particle is much longer than the characteristic explosion time and this makes it unrea- sonable to expect each particle to burn out completely

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Dust explosion

A dust explosion is the rapid combustion of fine particles suspended in the air within an enclosed location Dust explosions can occur where any dispersed powdered combustible material is present in high-enough concentrations in the atmosphere or other oxidizing gaseous medium such as pure oxygen

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Coal dust

Another means of preventing coal dust explosions is by placing rock dust in the mine which is usually pulverized limestone dust which absorbs thermal energy from the heated gasses Rock dusting has been used since the early 1900s but there have been technological improvements since then

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Combustible Dust

Explosion venting is directed to a safe location away from employees The facility has isolation devices to prevent deflagration propagation between pieces of equipment connected by ductwork The dust collector systems have spark detection and explosion/ deflagration suppression systems

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Dust Explosions

Dust Explosions When combustible or non-combustible materials are broken down into fine dusts or powders they create a fire and explosion hazard affecting many operations and materials sugar flour animal feed plastics paper wood rubber furniture textiles pesticides pharmaceuticals paints and resins dyes coal and metals

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HAZEMAG

In the drying of lignite the indirect drying (contact drying) in the tube dryer has been proven for many years for reasons of reliability and safety Application HAZEMAG Tubular Dryers achieve a very long lifetime Their utilization can be optimized in case process steam is available and the grain size of material to be dried is up to 10 mm

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What You Need to Know About Dust Explosions

According to recent research conducted by the U S Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) over 280 explosions and fires have resulted from the ignition of dusts or dust clouds in U S industrial plants over the last 25 years These incidents have caused 119 fatalities and over 700 injuries as well as untold millions of dollars in damages 1 It is likely there

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What You Need to Know About Dust Explosions

According to recent research conducted by the U S Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) over 280 explosions and fires have resulted from the ignition of dusts or dust clouds in U S industrial plants over the last 25 years These incidents have caused 119 fatalities and over 700 injuries as well as untold millions of dollars in damages 1 It is likely there

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HAZEMAG

In the drying of lignite the indirect drying (contact drying) in the tube dryer has been proven for many years for reasons of reliability and safety Application HAZEMAG Tubular Dryers achieve a very long lifetime Their utilization can be optimized in case process steam is available and the grain size of material to be dried is up to 10 mm

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Flammable and explosive dusts in industry

Flammable and explosive dusts in industry The situation becomes much more complicated in the case of loose material transport storage or processing In most cases seemingly innocuous substances such as flour sugar cocoa aluminium or wood powders present a serious explosion hazard

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Mining accident

A coal dust explosion at the Mount Mulligan mine on 19 September 1921 killed 75 or 76 workers Tasmania's Beaconsfield Mine collapse occurred on 25 April 2006 Of the 17 people who were in the mine at the time 14 escaped immediately following the collapse one was killed and the remaining two were found alive after five days

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Ignition sources of dust cloud

1 What causes dust explosions After defining the zoning of the process and the process area a dust explosion risk analysis requires to review every source of ignition in order to identify risks that would be unacceptable and require action The table below aims at summarizing those different sources of ignition to guide the engineer in his risk assessment

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moisture content of pulverized coal dust

1 COAL DUST EXPLOSION HAZARDS by Semantic Scholar pulverizedfuel systems grinding mills and other process or conveyance sample of the coal This analysis determines the volatile matter and fixed carbon quantities of the coal along with moisture and ash

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Dust explosions explained

Characteristics of Dust Explosions When a mass of solid flammable material is heated it burns away slowly owing to the limited surface area exposed to the oxygen of the air The energy produced is liberated gradually and harmlessly because it is dissipated as quickly as it is released

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Combustible dust explosions Don't ignore the hazard

Dec 20 2018Between 2006 and 2017 111 combustible dust incidents resulted in 66 worker deaths and 337 injuries in the United States according to data from the Chemical Safety Board So what is a combustible dust explosion? How do they happen and what can be done to prevent them? The dangers Five elements must be present for a combustible dust explosion to occur fuel oxygen an ignition

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Basics About Dust Explosion Mitigation

Basics About Dust Explosions Globally the amount of devastation incurred by a factory explosion is staggering The US Chemical Safety Board recently reported that they have "identified 281 combustible dust incidents between 1980 and 2005 that killed 119 workers and injured 718 and extensively damaged industrial facilities

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Explosion Characteristics of H2/CH4/Air and CH4/Coal Dust

Out of the three coals tested the lignite had the highest explosion pressure (8 5 bar) and rate of pressure rise (260 bar/s) despite the particle size being almost double the bituminous coal This is due to the higher volatile content of this dust The presence of methane gas also plays a significant role in the dust explosion parameters

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How dangerous is coal? – Jean

Dust explosions They happen when coal dust mixed with air forms an explosive mixture which is ignited by a spark Consequences are about the same than with firedamp explosions A gallery collapse for any other reason than an explosion proping up poorly or not done flooding etc

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NFPA

combustible dusts and the means to mitigate or eliminate the potential for dust explosions From the electric utility perspective our main dust hazard is coal dust If you look at the numbers coal dust has a Kst of 129 – 1511 has a dust layer ignition temperature of 338-3560F and a dust cloud ignition temperature of around 8240F2 Coal has a heat release rate ranging from 15 000

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Combustible dust explosions Don't ignore the hazard

Dec 20 2018Between 2006 and 2017 111 combustible dust incidents resulted in 66 worker deaths and 337 injuries in the United States according to data from the Chemical Safety Board So what is a combustible dust explosion? How do they happen and what can be done to prevent them? The dangers Five elements must be present for a combustible dust explosion to occur fuel oxygen an ignition

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Design and development of a dust dispersion chamber to

Coal dust explosions typically occur when a small volume of a flammable methane and air mixture is ignited The high temperature gases rapidly expand to create a pressure wave sometimes referred to as "pioneer wave" that may steepen into a shock wave as it propagates away from the ignition source

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COMBUSTIBLE DUST POCKET GUIDE

4 COMBUSTIBLE DUST POCKET GUIDE What is Combustible Dust Combustible dusts are fine particles that present an explosion hazard when suspended in air under certain conditions A dust explosion can cause catastrophic loss of life injuries and destruction of build- ings

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