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Section 1 - DEFINITIONS
1.1. BLU Code
1.2. Contingency
1.3. Contingency Plan
1.4. DR Feedstock
1.5. Direct Reduced Iron (DRI)
1.10. Hazardous Situations
1.11. Hot Briquetted Iron (HBI)
1.12. Hygroscopic Cargoes
1.13. Ignition Temperature
1.14. IMSBC Code
1.15. Inert gas
1.16. Inert condition
1.17. Inerting
1.18. Gas freeing
1.19. Overheating
1.20. Partial Briquettes/HBI Chips
1.21. Passivation (Natural Air)
1.22. Pyrophoric
1.23. Reactivity
1.24. Risks and Consequences
1.25. Steaming
1.26. Sweat
Section 2 – CHARACTERISTICS OF DIRECT REDUCTION PRODUCTS
2.1. DRI Production
2.4. DRI Reactivity Stages
2.4.1. Re-oxidation
2.4.2. Steaming
2.4.3. Water Effects
2.4.4. Auto Ignition
2.5. Hazards
Section 3 - DRI FINES LOADING PROCEDURES
3.1. Vessel Acceptance
3.1.1. Vessel Type
3.1.2. Ventilation Systems
3.1.3. Mechanical (Fan-Assisted) Ventilation System
3.1.4. Arrangement of the Ventilation System
3.1.5. Performance (Number of Air Changes per Hour)
3.1.6. Duration of Ventilation (Number of Air Changes per Hour)
3.1.7. Type of Fan Drive
3.2 Handling and Storage at Loading Port
3.3. Preloading and Vessel Inspection
3.4 Cargo Documentation
3.5. Loading Procedure
3.5.1. Moisture Content
3.5.2. Temperature Measurements
3.5.3. Hydrogen Emission Measurements
3.6. Top-Off Operations (11)
Section 4 – DRI Fines OCEAN CARRIAGE
4.1. General Safety
4.2. Ventilation
4.3. Routine Checks
4.4.1. Procedure for Monitoring Hydrogen
4.4.2. Procedure for Monitoring Oxygen
4.4.3. Procedure for Monitoring Temperature
4.5 Seawater Intrusion into Holds
Section 5 – DRI Fines INLAND TRANSPORT, HANDLING, AND STORAGE
5.1. Equipment for Unloading and Handling DRI Fines
5.2. Barge Transport
5.3. Truck and Railroad Transport
5.4. Yard Storage
5.5. Silos and Bins Storage
Section 6 – EMERGENCY CONTINGENCIES
6.1.1 General Contingencies
6.1.2. Action Plan for DRI Fines at Elevated Temperatures
6.1.2.3. Greater Than 150° Celsius
6.2. During the Voyage
6.3.1 General Contingencies
6.3.2 Action Plan for DRI Fines at Elevated Temperatures
6.3.2.3. Greater than 150° Celsius
6.4. Hydrogen Gas Contingency
6.4.1. Estimated Average Hydrogen Gas Generation
6.4.2. Estimated Time to Reach LEL in Cargo Holds
6.4.4 Hydrogen Generation Under Inert Conditions
Section 7 – REFERENCES
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DRI Fines Guide - 11-30-09

DRI Fines Guide - 11-30-09

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