Table of contents for Critical temperatures for the thermal explosion of chemicals / edited by Takashi Kotoyori.


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Chapter 1. An approach to the thermal explosion theory.


Chapter 2. The adiabatic temperature increase equation.


Chapter 3. A classification of self-heating chemicals.


Chapter 4. An adiabatic self-heating process recorder.


Chapter 5. Procedure to calculate the Tc for an arbitrary volume of a liquid charged in an arbitrary container and placed in the atmosphere under isothermal conditions.


Chapter 6. Procedure to calculate the Tc for a powdery chemical of the TD type, having some one of several specific shapes including the so-called class A geometries as well as an arbitrary size, confined in an arbitrary closed container of the corresponding shape and size, and placed in the atmosphere under isothermal conditions.


Chapter 7. Procedure to perform the adiabatic oxidatively-heating test in order to calculate ultimately the heat generation data of a gas-permeable oxidatively-heating substance.


Chapter 8. Individual oxidatively-heating properties of the sawdusts of fifteen wood species; and, procedure to calculate the Tc for a sawdust heap, having some one of several specific shapes including the class A geometries as well as an arbitrary size, placed in the atmosphere under isothermal conditions.


Chapter 9. Procedure to calculate the SADT for a high explosive of the true AC type, having an arbitrary shape and an arbitrary size, confined in an arbitrary closed container of the corresponding shape and size, and placed in the atmosphere under isothermal conditions.


Chapter 10. Procedure to calculate the SADT for a powdery chemical of the quasi-AC type, having an arbitrary shape and an arbitrary size, confined in an arbitrary closed container of the corresponding shape and size, and placed in the atmosphere under isothermal conditions.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Chemical kinetics -- Effect of temperature on.
Chemicals -- Safety measures.