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Process Safety and Environmental Protection
 
 

Process Safety and Environmental Protection

Official Journal of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering: Part B

 
 

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 1.829(2013)

1.757

Editors in Chief:A. Azapagic

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93-98

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Aims & Scope

PSEP aims to be the principal international journal for publication of high quality, original papers in the branches of engineering concerned with the safety of industrial processes and the protection of the environment.

Papers showing how research results can be used in process engineering design, and accounts of experimental or theoretical research work bringing new perspectives to established principles, highlighting unsolved problems or indicating directions for future research, are particularly welcome. Contributions that deal with new developments in safety or environmental aspects of plant or processes and that can be given quantitative expression are encouraged. The journal is especially interested in papers that extend the boundaries of traditional engineering.

Core topic areas:

Safety

• Technical Safety and Loss Prevention
• Hazardous Areas
• Fire and Gas detection
• Firewater systems
• Safety critical systems
• Safety Integrity Levels (SIL)
• Reliability
• Layer of Protection (LOPA) and Bowtie Analysis
• Emergency response
• HAZard IDentification (HAZID) (and Inherent Safety) workshop.
• HAZard and OPerability (HAZOP) Study (and SIL) workshop.

Modelling
• Liquid release
• Gaseous release
• 2-phase release
• heavy gas dispersion
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Accident investigation and modelling.

Chemical Safety and Occupational Health
• Chemical toxicity and exposure
• Toxic release and consequence modelling
• Process plant health issues.

Pipelines, Storage and Security
• Security and terrorism
• Pipeline leak detection/measurement and corrosion assessment.

Fire and Explosion
• Fires and combustion
• Explosions (including dust explosions)
• Fire and blast protection and survivability
• Fire fighting
• Runaway reactions
• Consequence modelling
• Oil and gas production safety.

Human Factors in Design and Management
• Process safety /environmental performance measurement including leading and lagging indicators
• Human and organizational factors in safety cases
• Characterisation and quantification of human performance in hazard identification and risk analysis
• Human performance optimisation by design
• SIMOPS (simultaneous operations)
• Situational Awareness
• Communications and risk control systems
• Management systems and processes
• Resilience Engineering, normal accidents, high reliability organisations
• Ageing assets
• Technical Assurance
• Integrity Management
• Training.

Inherent Safety and Inherently Safer Design
• Design and development of new processes
• Design and development of new equipment
• Methodologies for ranking inherent safety
• Retrofitting inherently safer solutions: upgrading existing plant for improved safety
• Examples of IS Design.

Nuclear Safety
• Waste disposal
• Design for decommissioning
• Passively safe reactor designs
• Nuclear reactor protective system reliability and risk monitoring.

Reaction Hazards
• Chemical thermal stability
• Thermal reaction hazards
• Influence of impurities on reaction hazards
• Development of reactivity hazard index ranking tool
• Runaway reactions (detection and mitigation)
• Compatibility/reactivity of chemicals involved in a chemical process.

Risk and Risk Management
• Major Accident Hazards
• Quantified risk assessment
• Uncertainty in quantified risk assessment
• Risk-based design, ALARP and cost-benefit analysis
• Risk-based decision-making
• Safety cases
• Integrated risk management.

Environment

• Energy and Alternative Energy Sources
• Renewable and non-renewable energy sources and storage
• Chemical and biochemical conversion of fossil fuels, biomass and waste
• Life-cycle assessment
• Energy infrastructure
• Capture and storage of carbon dioxide
• Nuclear energy
• Energy and sustainable development
• Process integration and intensification of energy processes.

Sustainable Economy
• Policy development and the industrial response
• Sustainability concepts and assessment: social, environmental and economic
criteria; decision processes; stakeholder identification and engagement; metrics• Environmental taxes, permits and emission trading
• Energy futures
• Renewable resources
• Low carbon techn

Audience

Abstracting and Indexing

ANTE, Chemical Abstracts Service, Chemical Hazards in Industry, Current Contents Search, Elsevier Engineering Information database, Engineering Information Database EnCompass LIT (Elsevier), PASCAL/INIST-CNRS, SCISEARCH, Scopus
Editors-in-Chief David Edwards (Safety) Granherne, UK, Tom Stephenson (Environmental) Cranfield University, UK, Editorial Consultants: John Perkins (Honorary Editor) Department for Business, Innovation and Skill (BIS), Her Majesty's Government, UK, Stephen Richardson (Executive Editor) Imperial College London, UK, Subject Area Editors: , Technical Safety and Loss Prevention Richard Gowland European Process Safety Centre, UK, Faisal Khan Memorial University, Canada, Chemical Safety and Occupational Health Mimi Hassim Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia, Pipelines, Storage and Security Geoff Hankinson Loughborough University, UK, Fire and Explosion Andrzej Pekalski Shell Global Solutions, UK, John Hare Health and Safety Laboratory, UK, Human Factors in Design and Management: Helen Conlin RPS Energy, UK, Sue Cox Lancaster University Management School, UK, Laurence Cusco Health and Safety Laboratory, UK, Inherent Safety and Inherently Safer Design: José Lana Calvo Enagas, S.A., Spain, Jai Gupta Indian Institute of Technology, India, Brian Rothwell TransCanada Pipelines Ltd, Canada, Nuclear Safety: Philip Thomas City University, UK, Mike Weightman Nuclear Installations Inspectorate, UK, Reaction Hazards: Rosa Nomen Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain, Martin Pitt University of Sheffield, UK, Julià Sempere Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain, Risk and Risk Management Sam Mannan Texas A&M University, USA, Mark Hailwood LUBW Landesanstalt für Umwelt, Messungen und Naturschutz Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Mary Trainor Health and Safety Laboratory, UK, Jill Wilday Health and Safety Laboratory, UK, Energy and Alternate Energy Sources: Didier Lecomte Ecole des Mines d'Albi, France, Chun-Zhu Li Curtin University of Technology, Australia, Environmental and Resource Management Systems: Adisa Azapagic University of Manchester, UK, Roland Clift University of Surrey, UK, Markus Reuter Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, Clean Technology Barry Crittenden University of Bath, UK, Paul Sharratt University of Manchester, UK, Po-Lock Yue Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China, Resource Management Stephen Etheridge Asia Biogas Company Limited, Thailand, Bob Skelton University of Cambridge, UK, Water: Benoit Guieysse Massey University, New Zealand, Akiyoshi Sakoda University of Tokyo, Japan
 
 
 
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