Évaluer l'explosivité des nanomatériaux : une démarche essentielle pour la maîtrise des risques

Abstract : Accidental events such as the spontaneous release of nanoparticles, ignition and explosion of a nano-dispersed dust cloud, have potential consequences that can only be predicted through a better understanding of the fundamental safety parameters : agglomeration behavior, flammability and explosivity. It is therefore needed to generate new data in order to better characterize these safety parameters and be able to predict accidental consequences related to the production and use of nanomaterials. In this context, research work performed within WP14 - Accidental Risks - in the European FP7 project MARINA enabled to better understand fundamental mechanisms and accidental risks related to the production and use of nanomaterials.
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Alexis Vignes, Jacques Bouillard. Évaluer l'explosivité des nanomatériaux : une démarche essentielle pour la maîtrise des risques. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2016, 2015-2016, pp.18-19. ⟨ineris-01869616⟩

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