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Journal of Korean Institute of Fire Science and Engineering 1998;12(4):13-19.
Published online December 31, 1998.
Hartman식 장치에 의한 Carbon Black 분진의 부유중 폭발 위험성 평가
1경민대학교 소방안전관리과2경민대학교 소방안전관리과3경민대학교 소방안전관리과
Explosion Riskiness with Flying of Carbon Black Dust by Hartman
Hartman식 분진폭발 장치를 이용하여 두 총회 카본블랙 High Black 10과 50L의 업도분포별, 농도별 그리고 동일한 입도분포에서 비표면적과 표면 기능기의 양에 따흔 이뜰 시료의 분진폭발 확 률, 분진폭발 압력 통을 조사함i으로서 카본블랙 분친의 위험성을 평가하고자 하였다ulcorner 이에 카본블 랙의 비표면적을 측정하고 표면에 존재하는 기놓기룹 정량함으로서 휘발분이나 비표면적이 싱-대 적 으로 넓 몫 Hi - Black 50L의 경 우 f-lilongleftarrowBlack 10에 비 해 상대 적 으로 폭발 획 룹과 폭발 압력 이 크게 나타났으며, 최대폭발압력은 돼- Black 50L의 입도분포 230/270 mesh, 시료농도 0.9 mg/em에서 약 6 6.0 kg/em'으로 나타났다.
We investigated the weight loss according to temperature using Thermal Gravimetric Analysis(TGA) in order to find the thermal hazard of carbon black(Hi-Black 10, Hi-Black 50L) dusts, and the properties of dust explosion in variation of the surface functional groups and specific surface area of their dust with the same particle size. Using Hartman's dust explosion apparatus which estimate dust explosion by electric ignition after making dust disperse by compressed air, dust explosion experiments have been conducted by varying concentration and size of carbon black dust. The explosion pressure of both carbon black increased as the specific surface area increased. The results indicated that Hi-Block 50L of which specific surface area was larger three to four times than that of Hi-Black 10 was much easier of dust explosion.
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