APCChE 2019

Technical Program — Session 10

Session Program

The technical program was fixed on Monday, September 9. Further changes are listed on the Program top page, if any.

The first letter of the presentation ID represents the hall. The second letter represents the day of the presentation (1: Mon., 2: Tue., 3: Wed., 4: Thu., 5: Fri.). The number in < > at the end of each presentation is the abstract ID.

Session 10. Process safety management and technology

Day 2, Tuesday, September 24

17:00–19:00 Hall P

Poster session

PO241 “Fault Detection and Diagnosis of Nonlinear Batch Processes Using Multiway Principal Polynomial Component Analysis,”
Xinmin ZHANG1, Manabu KANO1, Yuan LI2,
1 Kyoto University, Kyoto
2 Shenyang University of Chemical Technology, Shenyang, China

PO242 “Case study of text analytics applied to accident reports of a university,”
Rumiko HAYASHI, Kouhei SHINKAWA, Tsubasa YAMADA, Kengo TOMITA, Tadashi NISHIKIMI, Shizuaki MURATA, Hidekazu KURIMOTO,
Nagoya University, Nagoya

PO243 “Static and dynamic flame model effects on thermal buckling: fixed-roof tanks adjacent to an ethanol pool-fire,”
Yunhao LI1,2, Juncheng JIANG1,2,3, Qingwu ZHANG1,2, Yuan YU1,2, Zhirong WANG1,2, Haisen LIU1,2, Chi-Min SHU4,
1 Col. Safety Sci. Eng., Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing
2 Jiangsu Key Lab. Hazardous Chem. Safety Control, Col. Safety Sci. Eng., Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing
3 Sch. Env. Safety Eng., Changzhou University, Changzhou
4 D. Env. Safety Healthy, National Yinlin University of Science and Technology, Douliou

PO244 “Mixing Effects on Thermokinetic Parameter Determination for Esterification of Propionic Anhydride with 2-Butanol by Reaction Calorimetry,”
Qiang CHEN1, Juncheng JIANG*1,2, Yong Pan1, Lei Ni1, WEI Jiang1,
1 Col. Safety Sci. Eng., Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, 210009, Jiangsu Province, China
2 Sch. Env. Safety Eng., Changzhou University, Changzhou, China

PO245 “Consideration of incident scenarios related to unintended reactions by developing bow tie diagrams,”
Yoshihiko SATO1, Yukiyasu SHIMADA1, Haruhiko ITAGAKI1, Tetsuo FUCHINO2,
1 National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Tokyo
2 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo

PO246 “Methodology for fugitive emissions control and occupational health risk assessment in chemical processes based on the source, path and receptor model,”
Yousef A. ALHAMDANI1, Mimi H. HASSIM1, Shaik M. SALIM2,
1 Centre of Hydrogen Energy, D. Chem. Eng., Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 UTM Johor Bahru, Malaysia
2 Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences, 1, Pesek Road, Jurong Island, Singapore 627883, Singapore

PO247 “Novel methodology for health hazard and risk assessment of dermal and inhalation exposure,”
Rafeqah Raslan1,2, Mimi H. HASSIM1*, Nishanth G. CHEMMANGATTUVALAPPIL3, Denny K. S. NG4,
1 School of Chemical and Energy Engineering / Centre of Hydrogen Energy, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia
2 D. Chem. Eng., Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor, Malaysia
3 D. Chem. Env. Eng. / Centre of Excellence for Green Technologies, The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Selangor, Malaysia
4 Sch. Eng. Phys. Sci., Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, Putrajaya, Malaysia

Day 3, Wednesday, September 25

10:30–12:00 Hall O

Oral session

Chair: Tetsuo FUCHINO, Tokyo Institute of Technology

O301 “Utilizing Process Safety Information (PSI) to prevent accidents,”
Environment Division, AGC Co., Ltd. Chiba Factory

O302 “Introduction of our journey toward the development of process safety management system,”
Atsushi NAGAOKA,
Idemitsu Kosan

O303 &(canceled)


O304 “Development automatically checklist generator for supporting management of change based on business process model,”
Kazuhiro TAKEDA1, Tetsuo FUCHINO2, Hideo SAITO3, Teiji KITAJIMA4, Yukiyasu SHIMADA5, Kensuke IUCHI6,
1 Shizuoka University, Shizuoka
2 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo
3 Saito MOT Labo., Tokyo
4 Tokyo University of Agricalture and Technology, Tokyo
5 National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Tokyo
6 Safety Case Labo., Tokyo

O305 “Analysis of Safety Culture Weaknesses in Chemical Safety Board Invetigation Reports,”
Kenichi UNO,
Japan Safety Competency Center

O306 “PETRONAS- Major Accident Hazard (MAH) and Safety Critical Element (SCE) Management Process,”
1 PETRONAS, Kuala Lumpur
2 IGL Services Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur