4 edition of Aspects of the motor vehicle fire threat from flammable liquid spills on a road surface found in the catalog.
Aspects of the motor vehicle fire threat from flammable liquid spills on a road surface
T. J. Ohlemiller
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD
Written in English
|Statement||Thomas J. Ohlemiller, Thomas G. Cleary|
|Series||NISTIR -- 6147|
|Contributions||Cleary, Thomas G, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Aspects of the Motor Vehicle Fire Threat From Flammable Liquid Spills on a Road Surface (NISTIR ) Published. August 1, Author(s) Thomas J. Ohlemiller, Thomas G. Cleary. Abstract Spills of flammable liquids, particularly gasoline, pose a significant fire hazard subsequent to a motor vehicle crash.
Various considerations pertaining to Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Aspects of the motor vehicle fire threat from flammable liquid spills on a road surface. [T J Ohlemiller; Thomas G Cleary; National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)]. The presence of gasoline mixed with other onboard fluids significantly reduces the fire point of the other fluids .
The graph below shows that even a small amount of gasoline reduces the fire point of power steering fluid. “Aspects of the Motor Vehicle Fire Threat from Flammable Liquid Spills on a Road Surface,” Building and Fire. Ohlemiller, T.J.
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Class 3 (Flammable Liquids). If you are transporting a flammable liquid and have an accident or your vehicle breaks down, prevent bystanders from gathering. Warn people of the danger. Keep them from smoking. Never transport a leaking cargo tank farther than needed to reach a safe place.
Get off the roadway if you can do so safely. Chapter 12 of NFPA 30 describes two types of dedicated storage areas for flammable and combustible liquids: liquid storage rooms and liquid warehouses.
Liquid storage rooms cannot exceed sq. ( sq. m.), assuming they are of 2‐ hour construction. Stanley Howell Program Manager, Chemical Safety Steve Elwood Associate Director for Laboratory Safety Acetic acid is a flammable liquid first, and an acid second. Acetic acid should be stored in a flammable liquid safety cabinet.
When storing acids, the following care is required: 1) Before placing containers into the safety cabinet, make sure they are firmly sealed and clean of residual liquid on exterior surfaces. 2) Clean up all spills. The fire code official is authorized to require warning signs for the purpose of identifying the hazards of storing or using flammable liquids.
Signage for identification and warning such as for the inherent hazard of flammable liquids or smoking shall be provided in accordance with this chapter and Sections and Where can an initial attack be made on an engine compartment fire in a motor vehicle. Unburned flammable liquid are usually _____than air and _____.
At flammable liquid spills, fire apparatus should be positioned: Uphill and upwind. To create a safe haven when a liquid propane gas truck is involved in fire, firefighters should. (f) Dispersing flammable or combustible liquids from a tank vehicle or tank car into containers for private use, or into tanks of motor vehicles, is prohibited except for those tanks or containers constructed, located and used in accordance with §(h) (relating to relative location to property), special mobile equipment, and supply tanks.
To describe flammable liquid storage and transmission structures and transport vehicles which are prevalent in the Northern Virginia area. To identify the construction and fire protection features in flammable liquid storage and transmission structures with regard to protecting life and extinguishing fires.
The Secretary of the Department of Transportation receives the authority to regulate the transportation of hazardous materials from the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (HMTA), as amended and codified in 49 U.S.C.
et seq. The Secretary is authorized to issue regulations to implement the requirements of 49 U.S.C. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials. Electrically bond metal containers when transferring flammable liquids from one to another. Bonding can be direct, as a wire attached to both containers, or indirect, as through a common ground system.
When grounding non-metallic containers, contact must be made directly to the liquid, rather than to the container. Define fire growth and development in a motor vehicle fire 2. Identify fuels and ignitable liquids in motor vehicle 3. Define vehicle systems and Explain their function 4. Define vehicle compartments and Identify sources of ignition 5.
Define motor vehicle fire scene investigation techniques and safety protocols 6. known, accidents involving flammable liquids remain one of the most common fire scenarios in the United States.
Statistically, the more common flammable or combustible liquids (gasoline) rather than the most This month’s Code Corner will focus on flammable and combustible liquids - an issue faced by virtually every col-lege and university.
The standard’s title was changed from “Flammable and Combustible Liquids” to “Flammable Liquids.” One significant change is that the revised regulation lists liquids as “categories” rather than “classes.” Defining flammables. To understand OSHA requirements for the safe storage of flammables, we must define flammable liquid.
– Identify a flammable liquid and a combustible liquid – Identify the hazards of flammable and combustible liquids and the types of controls to prevent their ignition – Follow the procedures to safely store, dispense, and handle these liquids. Although combustible liquids have higher flash points than flammable liquids, they can pose serious fire and/or explosion hazards when heated.
Flammable Liquid Classifications. Any liquid having a flashpoint below deg. F ( deg. C) or higher, the total of which make up 99 percent or more of the total volume of the mixture. The primary basis of this standard is the National Fire Protection Association's publication N Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code.
29 CFR applies to the handling, storage, and use of flammable and combustible liquids with a flash point below oF.
There are two primary hazards associated with flammable and combustible liquids. Hot combustible liquids can be as serious a fire hazard as flammable liquids.
Spray mists of flammable and combustible liquids in air may burn at any temperature if an ignition source is present. The vapours of flammable and combustible liquids are usually invisible.
They can be hard to detect unless special instruments are used.During a fire, in order to achieve the maximum efficient use of water when cooling flammable gas storage tanks, fire streams should be directed: Above the level of the contained liquid A fire department connection to a sprinkler system enables firefighters to.Tank vehicle and tank car loading or unloading facilities shall be separated from aboveground tanks, warehouses, other plant buildings or nearest line of adjoining property that may be built upon by a distance of 25 feet for Category 1 or 2 flammable liquids, or Category 3 flammable liquids with a flashpoint below °F ( °C), and