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Guidelines for laboratory design [electronic resource] : health, safety, and environmental considerations / Louis J. DiBerardinis...[et al.].



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Chicester : Wiley, 2013.
  • Book
  • 1 online resource (1110 p.)
9.2 Pilot Plant Layout.
  • Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Abbreviations; Units; Organizations Referenced; Introduction; Need for This Book; Objectives of This Book; How to Use This Book; Codes and Standards; Information Sources; The Use of Computational Fluid Dynamics in the Design of Laboratories; PART IA: Common Elements of Laboratory Design; 1: Building Considerations; 1.1 Guiding Concepts; 1.2 Building Layout; 1.3 Guiding Principles for Building Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Systems.
  • 1.4 Guiding Concepts for Laboratory Building Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety1.5 Miscellaneous Services; 2: Laboratory Considerations; 2.1 Guiding Concepts; 2.2 Laboratory Layout; 2.3 Guiding Principles for Laboratory Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning; 2.4 Guiding Concepts for Laboratory Module Loss Prevention, Occupational Safety, and Health Protection; 2.5 Special Services; PART IB: Common Elements of Renovations; Safety Considerations; Preserving Indoor Air Quality During Renovations; Decommissioning and Decontamination; Building Materials.
  • Contaminated Construction Materials and Building SystemsAccident Prevention Considerations For Renovation Projects; 3: Renovations: Building Considerations; 3.1 Guiding Concepts; 3.2 Building Layout; 3.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Systems; 3.4. Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety; 3.5 Miscellaneous Services; 4: Renovations: Laboratory Considerations; 4.1 Guiding Concepts; 4.2 Laboratory Layout; 4.3 Heating, VentilatiNG, and Air-conditioning systems; 4.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety.
  • PART II: Design Guidelines for a Number of Commonly Used Laboratories5: General or Analytical Chemistry Laboratory; 5.1 Description; 5.2 Laboratory Layout; 5.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning; 5.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety; 5.5 Special Requirements; 6: High-Toxicity Laboratory; 6.1 Description; 6.2 Laboratory Layout; 6.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning; 6.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety; 6.5 Special Requirements; 7: Nanotechnology Laboratories; 7.1 Description; 7.2 LABORATORY LAYOUT.
  • 7.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning7.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety; 8: Engineering Laboratories; 8.1 Description; 8.2 Engineering Disciplines and Some of Their Most Common Laboratory Types; 8.3 Wind Tunnel Laboratory; 8.4 Jet and Rocket Propulsion Laboratory; 8.5 Hydraulics Laboratory; 8.6 Material Analysis and Testing Laboratory; 8.7 Electrical Circuits, Motors, and Generators Laboratory; 8.8 Foundry Laboratory; 8.9 Internal Combustion and Gas Turbine Engine Laboratory; 9: Pilot Plant: Chemical, Engineering, and Biological; 9.1 Description.
The new edition of this book addresses the many changes in laboratory design since the previous edition was published in 2001. It focuses on advances in environmental design and green laboratories while bringing up to date all health and safety aspects of lab design. Features include a new section on sustainable design, new chapters on material sciences engineering and nanotechnology, plus major updates in the Animal Research and HVAC chapters. Architects, design and HVAC engineers, industrial hygienists, EHS professionals, and facilities managers will gain an important ally for their work.
DiBerardinis, Louis J.
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Print version: DiBerardinis, Louis J. Guidelines for Laboratory Design. Chicester : Wiley, 2013 9781118633816

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