Dust Explosion Control
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Dust explosions continue to occur in the chemical industry, killing workers, injuring others, and damaging industrial facilities. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board has made recommendations for preventing dust explosions. In this session, you’ll learn what those recommendations are and how they must be applied to minimize and control the hazards related to dust explosions.
Dr. Joseph Louvar received his BS from the University of Missouri-Rolla, his MS degree from Carnegie Mellon and his PhD from Wayne State University; all in Chemical Engineering. Following the award of his MS degree, Dr. Louvar worked as a Process Engineer at Corn Products, and a Development Engineer at Wyandotte Chemicals which became BASF Wyandotte. Dr. Louvar held several important positions within BASF, including Systems Engineering, Process Design, R&D Management, and as Director of a research department with scale-up and small-scale production activities. Dr. Louvar has ten...Read more