INTRODUCTION TO FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS (FMEA)
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a structured approach to discover potential failures that may exist within the design of a process. Failure modes are the ways in which a process can fail. Effects are the ways that these failures can lead to waste, defects or harmful outcomes for the customer. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis is designed to identify, prioritize and limit these failure modes.
- Date :10th June 2020
- Location : Webinar 15:30 hrs to 16:30 hrs (IST)
CRH: Thermal Screening
A Chemical Reaction Hazard (CRH) occurs when there is a loss of control in a process in terms of heat, pressure and undesired by-products. Choosing the right screening tool is absolutely essential for the correct design of a safety system and ensuring an appropriate Basis of Safety is achieved.
THERMAL SCREENING: The Development of Safe Chemical Processes are essential to any chemical company as runaway chemical reactions can cause major issues including personnel injuries, plant damage, environmental issues and business loss. In this seminar we will look at how and why reactions can runaway and how to avoid them.
Additionally, when working at elevated temperatures in powder handling processes such as drying and bulk storage, most materials may undergo some form of thermal oxidation, decomposition or self-reaction. Given that decomposition events are the most severe type of reaction hazard, it is an essential to understand a materials thermal stability limit.
In this webinar, we will guide you through the various experimental techniques in order to obtain valuable and scalable data with respect to thermal stability hazards.
- Date : 06th March 2020
- Location : Webinar (10:00-11:00 GMT)
- Hosted by : John Stead & Chirag Sheth