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    Flammability and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen-Enriched Atmospheres: 14th Volume

    Davis Samuel, Steinberg Theodore
    Published: 2016

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    Get 24 papers sponsored by ASTM Committee G04 on Compatibility and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres.

    The objectives of the papers are as follows:

    – Review the current research on polymers and metals ignition and combustion;
    – Overview principles of oxygen systems design and issues related to materials compatibility with oxygen;
    – Contribute to the knowledge on the most current risk management concepts, practices, approaches, and procedures used by individuals and organization involved in the design, use, retrofitting, maintenance, and cleaning of oxygen systems;
    –Review of accident/incident case studies related to oxygen systems and oxygen handling procedures;
    –Provide research on new compounds or techniques to clean oxygen systems in order to make these systems safer for users;
    – Provide the most current data related to the flammability and sensitivity of materials in oxygen-enriched atmospheres to designers, users, manufacturers and maintainers of oxygen components and systems and to support Committee G04’s Technical and Professional Training Course on Fire Hazards in Oxygen Systems;
    –Discuss enhancement, development, and use of standards sponsored by ASTM Committee G04 on Compatibility and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres; and
    – Provide a readily accessible reference addressing oxygen compatibility.

    Table of Contents

    Space Exploration and Fire Technology at Southwest Research Institute—Learning from the Past and Preparing for the Future

    A Method for Autogenous Ignition Temperature Determination of Metal Through Induction Heating

    Statistical Considerations for Adiabatic Compression Testing

    Improved ASTM G72 Test Method for Ensuring Adequate Fuel-to-Oxidizer Ratios

    Autogenous Ignition Test Approach for Hyperbaric Oxygen (HBO2) and Other Low-Pressure Oxygen Applications

    Results of the Test Program for Replacement of AK-225G Solvent for Cleaning NASA Propulsion Oxygen Systems

    NASA Independent Assessment of Ambient Pressure Liquid Oxygen (LOX) Impact Testing of Halogenated Solvents

    An Improved Approach for Analyzing the Oxygen Compatibility of Solvents and Other Oxygen-Flammable Materials for Use in Oxygen Systems

    Analysis of Risks to Oxygen Systems from Particulate and Fiber Contaminants and Derivation of Cleanliness Requirements

    Factors Affecting NVR Contaminant Fire Risk

    Fatal Accident from an Oxygen Fire in an Indian Steel Plant in 2012: Unresolved Questions

    Auto Ignition Temperature Test Chamber Fire Investigation

    Investigation of a Fire in a Liquid Oxygen Bulk Delivery Tank

    Failure Analysis of a Liquid Oxygen Gate Valve Fire

    Stainless Steel Plug Valve Incident in High Pressure Oxygen: Delrin® Seat and Silicone-Based Lubricant

    Properties of ToughMet® 3 Copper-Nickel-Tin Alloy for Oxygen Enriched Atmosphere Applications

    Detailed Investigation of the Sequence of Mechanisms Participating in Metals Ignition in Oxygen Using Laser Heating and In Situ, Real-Time Diagnostics

    Comparison of Combustion Products of Bulk Aluminum Rods Burning in High Pressure Oxygen in Normal and Reduced Gravity

    Simulation of Cylindrical Rod Combustion in High-Pressure Oxygen by Steady-State Jet Model

    Evaluation of Containment Boxes as a Fire Mitigation Method in Elevated Oxygen Conditions

    Promoted Ignition-Combustion Tests of Brazed Aluminum Heat Exchanger Samples in Cold Supercritical Oxygen

    Oxygen Endurance Testing of Oxygen Cylinder Valves

    Evaluation of a Near-Adiabatic Compression Process to Increase Fire Safety Within Oxygen Systems, Focusing on Non-Metals

    Oxygen Partial Pressure and Oxygen Concentration Flammability: Can They Be Correlated?

    Committee: G04

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1596-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7638-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7637-9