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Nanoparticle risk management and cost evaluation : a general framework

Abstract : Industrial production of nano-objects has been growing fast during the last decade and a wide range of products containing nanoparticles (NPs) is proposed to the public in various markets (automotive, electronics, textiles...). The issues encountered in monitoring the presence of nano-objects in any media cause a major difficulty for controlling the risk associated to the production stage. It is therefore very difficult to assess the efficiency of prevention and mitigation solutions, which potentially leads to overestimate the level of the protection barriers that are recommended. The extra costs in adding nano-objects to the process, especially that of nanosafety, must be estimated and optimized to ensure the competitiveness of the future production lines and associated products. The risk management and cost evaluation methods presented herein have been designed for application in a pilot production line of injection-moulded nanocomposites.
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Dominique Fleury, Joao A.S. Bomfim, Sébastien Metz, Jacques Bouillard, Jean-Marc Brignon. Nanoparticle risk management and cost evaluation : a general framework. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, IOP Publishing, 2011, 304, pp.art 012084. ⟨10.1088/1742-6596/304/1/012084⟩. ⟨ineris-00963302⟩

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