A methodological approach to the spontaneous combustion of agricultural dusts

Abstract : The most common operations in industries where combustible dusts are produced or handled are grinding, drying, pneumatic transport, filtering, and storage in silos. Unfortunately, these operations all too often give rise to fires or explosions with catastrophic consequences. Spontaneous combustion must be considered to be a potential ignition source for a dust explosion every time that a large mass of combustible dust comes in contact with air.
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Douglas Carson. A methodological approach to the spontaneous combustion of agricultural dusts. International Symposium on Hazards Prevention and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions, Jun 1996, Bergen, Norway. pp.311 à 324. ⟨ineris-00971964⟩

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