Realistic Chemical Engineering & Technology Interviews: 6 of 28 - Chemical Process Safety, Process Instrumentation & Control, and Energy Conservation. For infinite number of professional interviews (exactly as you experience in professional companies - Technical + HR), visit https://InterviewMax.com.
This interview series covers graduate syllabus and the syllabus of Masters degree to a great extent. For example, the key topics like, Chemical process safety, safety culture, storage of dangerous materials, plant layout safety systems, OSHA incidence rate, FAR, FR, The accident process, Initiation, propagation, and termination, toxicology: ingestion, inhalation, injection, dermal absorption, dose versus response curves, relative toxicity, threshold limit values, Industrial hygiene, government regulations, identification, evaluation, evaluating exposures to volatile toxicants by monitoring, evaluating worker exposures to dusts, evaluating worker exposures to noise, estimating worker exposures to toxic vapors, Technology and process selection, scale of disaster, fire triangle, distinction between fires and explosion, definitions of ignition, auto-ignition temperature, fire point, flammability limits, mechanical explosion deflagration and detonation, confined explosion, unconfined explosion, vapour cloud explosions, boiling liquid expanding vapour explosion (BLEVE), dust explosion, shock wave, flammability characteristics of liquids and vapours, minimum oxygen concentration (MOC) and inerting, Control of toxic chemicals, Storage and handling of flammable and toxic chemical, Runway reactions, Relief system risk and hazards management, Design to prevent Fires and Explosions: Inerting, static Electricity, Explosion proof equipment and Instrument, Ventilation, sprinkler systems and Miscellaneous Design for preventing Fires and Explosion, Hazards identification: process hazards checklists, hazard surveys, hazard and operability studies (HAZOP), safety reviews. Risk assessment: review of probability theory, interaction between process units, revealed and unrevealed failure, probability of coincidence, event trees and fault trees, Safety versus production, Hazard models and risk data. Tackling disasters, plan for emergency. Risk management routines, Emergency shutdown systems, Role of computers in safety, Prevention of hazard human element, Technology and process selection, Chemical Process Safety, Loss prevention in process Industries, Industrial Hazards and Safety Handbook, Safety Science, hazards and Evaluation, Management of Disasters, Industrial hygiene, Control of toxic chemicals, Hazards identification. For details visit the website https://InterviewMax.com