Transient self-heating in storage of bulk reactive solids: modeling and analysis

Abstract : Controlling heat transfer in the storage of reactive material (cereals, coal, peroxides, etc.) is important to operate under safe conditions. Many parameters, such as initial storage temperature, ambient temperature, heap volume, and effective thermal conductivity, are involved in the thermal behavior of those systems. The authors present a model to estimate the heat transfer and therefore the runaway hazard in the storage of reactive solids.
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Melika Baklouti, Jean Pierre Corriou, André Laurent. Transient self-heating in storage of bulk reactive solids: modeling and analysis. Chemical Engineering and Technology, 1998, 21 (9), pp.730-733. ⟨hal-01968437⟩

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