Workshop 2: Connecting Industrial Exposures to Practical Industrial Ventilation Controls
Connecting Industrial Exposures to Practical Industrial Ventilation Controls
This roundtable discussion will cover the following topics:
What Engineers should understand about worker exposures before designing a ventilation system including:
- Hazard review to identify which sources to ventilate
- Understanding the physical forms of air contaminants: gases, fumes, smokes and dusts.
- Hood types and which to use.
- Hood airflows and how to estimate.
- Duct balancing methods and when to use and not to use.
- Important of makeup air and how to deliver and distribute.
- Using general exhaust ventilation for heat removal and building pressurization.
The Ventilation Manual’s most useful Chapter to Engineers and how to use the VS Plates
- Origin of VS-Plates
- How to use them
- What processes do they include
- How you can participate
Push-pull Ventilation-smoke and mirrors or smoke removal?
- How it works
- Plating tanks
- 25 m applications
Dilution Ventilation vs. Displacement Ventilation for CoVid Control in the Factory Setting
- Successful displacement LEV applied to large volume rooms
- Use on highly toxic materials
Computational Fluid Dynamics and Ventilation Control- A quick Primer
- What is CFD?
- How it can be your best design tool
- How can I use it to make my design better/more effective?
- How and where and how can you avail your company of the tool?