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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 History
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Fire and Explosion Hazard Management
1.4 Overview of Guidance
2 Explosion hazard philosophy
2.1 General
2.2 The explosion hazard
2.3 Goals, aims and Principles
2.4 Legislation, standards and guidance
2.5 Inherently safer design
3 Explosion hazard management
3.1 General
3.2 Safety Management Systems
3.3 Risk reduction
3.4 Risk screening
3.5 Hazard identification and scenarios
3.6 Detection, control and mitigation
3.7 Control systems and Safety Critical Equipment
3.8 Mitigation and consequence minimization
3.9 Acceptance criteria
3.10 Implementation and monitoring
3.11 Analysis methods
3.12 Existing installations
4 INTERACTION WITH FIRE HAZARD MANAGEMENT
4.1 Overview fire and explosion hazard management
4.2 Common areas
4.3 Considerations by design phase
4.4 Special issues relating to installation type
4.5 Potential areas of interaction and conflict
4.6 Explosion damage to passive fire protection (PFP) Systems
4.7 Use and effectiveness of deluge
4.8 Operational issues
5 Derivation of explosion loads
5.1 Introduction to explosion load determination
5.2 Tasks for the determination of explosion loads
5.3 Determination of explosion frequency
5.4 Dispersion
5.5 Ignition
5.6 Explosion overpressure determination
5.7 Development and application of Nominal Explosion Loads
5.8 Impulse and duration related to peak overpressure
5.9 Design explosion loads
5.10 Generating Exceedance curves
5.11 Loads on piping and equipment
5.12 Reporting Template for ALARP demonstration
5.13 The NORSOK Procedure for probabilistic explosion simulation
6 RESPONSE TO EXPLOSIONS
6.1 Overview of explosion response
6.3 Response considerations
6.4 Material properties for explosion response
6.5 Structural performance standards
6.6 Structural assessment
6.7 Response prediction methods
6.8 Single Degree of Freedom Idealisations
6.9 Non-Linear Finite Element Analysis
6.10 Response of the Primary Structure
6.11 Response of equipment, pipework and vessels
6.12 Areas of uncertainty
7 DETAILED DESIGN GUIDANCE/DESIGNING FOR EXPLOSION RESISTANCE
7.1 General
7.2 The Design Sequence
7.3 Best practice in explosion hazard design
7.4 Industry and Regulatory Authority Initiatives
8 REFERENCES
APPENDIX A – ACRONYMS
APPENDIX B - GLOSSARY OF TERMS
APPENDIX C - CHECKLISTS
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EXPLOSION PROTECTION

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