The most current information on oxygen compatibility of materials and risk management concepts and practices for oxygen systems design. Features 18 comprehensive peer-reviewed papers in the following key areas:
Test Method Development
Ignition and Combustion of Metals
Ignition and Combustion of Nonmetals
Cleaning for Oxygen Service
An extensive comparison of national training courses in Medical Oxygen Administration is presented in one paper.The final paper discusses a crucial case study of an oxygen-acetylene torch failure resulting from flashback reactions.
A 500 Bar Gaseous Oxygen Impact Test Apparatus for Burn-Out Testing of Oxygen Equipment
Binder C., Herrmann P., Kieper G.
Promoted Ignition-Combustion Behavior of Light Metals in Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres
McIlroy K., Million J., Zawierucha R.
Ignition and Combustion of Titanium and Titanium Alloys
Beeson H., Gunaji M., Sircar S.
Promoted Combustion of Pure Metals in Oxygen-Enriched Atmospheres
Bryan C., Kazaroff J., Sircar S., Stoltzfus J.
Flammability of Metals in Fluorine and Nitrogen Trifluoride
Gugliemini C., Kadri S., Martrich R., Slusser J., Vora J., Werley B., Woytek A.
Reaction of Molten/Burning Aluminum with Liquid Oxygen
Barthélémy H., Muller C.
An Evaluation of Polymers as Ignition Sources During Particle Impact in Oxygen
Dees J., Forsyth E., Gunaji M., Stoltzfus J.
The Effects of Configuration, Forced Convection, and Oxygen Concentration on the Flammability Behavior of Electronic Equipment
Altemir D., Janoff D., Pedley M., Rimanosky E.
Evaluation of the Compatibility of Materials Used in Breathing-Air Devices
Bryan C., Gunaji M., Jain A.
Laser-Assisted Cleaning of Contaminated Surfaces
Case Study of an Oxygen-Acetylene Cutting Torch Failure and Measured Overpressures Due to Flashback Reactions
Anderson D., Henry S., Hull W., Newton B., Porter A., Randall L.
Paper ID: STP1267-EB