Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook, Volume 2: Engineering Design and Applications brings together researchers, engineers (both design and plants), and scientists to develop a fundamental scientific understanding of ventilation to help engineers implement state-of-the-art ventilation and contaminant control technology. Now in two volumes, this reference contains extensive revisions and updates as well as a unique section on best practices for the following industrial sectors: Automotive; Cement; Biomass Gasifiers; Advanced Manufacturing; Industrial 4.0); Non-ferrous Smelters; Lime Kilns; Pulp and Paper; Semiconductor Industry; Steelmaking; Mining. Brings together global researchers and engineers to solve complex ventilation and contaminant control problems using state-of-the-art design equations Includes an expanded section on modeling and its practical applications based on recent advances in research Features a new chapter on best practices for specific industrial sectors
The fully revised and restructured two-volume 2nd edition of the Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook develops a systematic approach to the engineering design of industrial ventilation systems and provides engineers guidance on how to implement this state-of-the-art ventilation technology on a global basis. Volume 1: Fundamentals features the latest research technology in the broad field of ventilation for contaminant control including extensive updates of the foundational chapters from the previous edition. With major contributions by experts from Asia, Europe and North America in the global industrial ventilation field, this new edition is a valuable reference for consulting engineers working in the design of air pollution and sustainability for their industrial clients (processing and manufacturing), as well as mechanical, process and plant engineers looking for design methodologies and advice on sensors and control algorithms for specific industrial operations so they can meet challenging targets in the low carbon economy. Presents practical designs for different types of industrial systems including descriptions and new designs for ducted systems Discusses the basic processes of air and containment movements such as jets, plumes, and boundary flows inside ventilated spaces Introduces the new concept of target levels in the systematic design methodology such as assessing target levels for key parameters of industrial air technology and the hierarchy of different target levels Provides future directions and opportunities in the industrial design field
This proceedings volume showcases all aspects of the science and engineering of mine ventilation and health and safety, with special focus on the applied aspects of mine ventilation practice. Papers span the spectrum of mine ventilation and air conditioning.
Are you a practicing occupational hygienist wondering how to find a substitute organic solvent that is safer to use than the hazardous one your company is using? Chapter 6 is your resource. Are you a new hygienist looking for an alternative technology as a nonventilation substitute for an existing hazard? Chapter 8 is your resource. Are you looking for an overview of ventilation? Chapters 10 and 11 are your resource? Are you an industrial hygiene student wanting to learn about local exhaust ventilation? Chapters 13 through 16 are your resource. Are you needing to learn about personal protective equipment and respirators? Chapters 21 and 22 are your resources. This new edition brings all of these topics and more right up-to-date with new material in each chapter, including new governmental regulations. While many of the controls of airborne hazards have their origins in engineering, this author has been diligent in explaining concepts, writing equations in understandable terms, and covering the topics of non-ventilation controls, both local exhaust and general ventilation, and receiver controls at the level needed by most IHs without getting too advanced. Taken as a whole, this book provides a unique, comprehensive tool to learn the challenging yet rewarding role that industrial hygiene can play in controlling airborne chemical hazards at work. Most chapters contain a set of practice problems with the solutions available to instructors. Features Written for the novice industrial hygienist but useful to prepare for ABIH certification Explains engineering concepts but requires no prior engineering background Includes specific learning goals that differentiate the depth of learning appropriate to each topic within the fuller information and explanations provided for each chapter Contains updated governmental regulations and abundant references Presents a consistent teaching philosophy and approach throughout the book Deals with both ventilation and non-ventilation controls
Publisher: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygenists
Category: Technology & Engineering
NEW! Now with both Imperial and Metric Values! Since its first edition in 1951, Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice has been used by engineers and industrial hygienists to design and evaluate industrial ventilation systems. The 28th edition of this Manual continues this tradition. Renamed Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Design (the Design Manual) in 2007, this new edition now includes metric table and problem solutions and addresses design aspects of industrial ventilation systems.
This Guide is based on several decades of author’s research and practical experience in the areas of process optimization, ventilation and energy conservation in welding shops of auto manufacturing and maintenance facilities. The Guide will describe principles of Weld Fume Control, advanced ventilation systems for facilities with welding and allied processes and with energy conservation opportunities that result from the process related measures to reduce emission of fumes and gases and the building envelope improvements. The objectives of the Guide are to improve the health and safety in the industrial environment and offer strategies for energy conservation. The Guide is designed for engineers, production operators and energy managers.