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January 1, 2007

Design Safer Solids Processing Plants

This approach defines a systematic framework and points toward relevant sources in the public domain

Shrikant Dhodapkar, Konanur Manjunath & Pradeep Jain, The Dow Chemical Company

    Chemicals, plastics, pharmaceutical, food, agricultural chemicals, coal and bio-chemical industries have a wide array of processes where the raw materials, intermediates and products are in particulate form. Hazards associated with particulate...

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