Use of Accelerating Rate Calorimetry in Improving Process Safety of Reactive Chemicals | AIChE
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Use of Accelerating Rate Calorimetry in Improving Process Safety of Reactive Chemicals

 

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The Accelerating Rate Calorimeter (ARC) has been the benchmark adiabatic safety calorimeter for more than 30 years. Devised by Dow Chemical Company in the 1970s, an explosion at a Dow UK site led to commercialization of ARC technology. In this sponsored webinar, you’ll gain a clear understanding of accelerating rate calorimetry and why and how to make it your number one choice for quantifying exothermic reactions, the effect of heat on materials and simulating runaway reactions.

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