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Monitoring system in the emergency planning area, integrated in the environment pollution management system from chemical platforms

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3 Author(s)
Craciun, A. ; IPA CIFATT, Craiova ; Vladut, G. ; Popa, C.

This paper proposes to present a system for environment monitoring and chemical accident prevention. The technological accident will be minimised in the pollution units, so it can be at a tolerant acceptance level, risk will be avoid and emergencies that may occur will be promptly solved. The system achievement is that it informs the decision factors in territory about what decisions shall be carried-out while an accident may occur. The primary scientific object is a complete connection between all concepts of technological accident, technological and noxis monitoring, industrial security, chemical alarm plan, avoiding accidents, simulation, assisted decision, prognosis, modelling gasses dispersion in the atmosphere in relief and meteorological conditions. The system main target (in the pollution units) is to avoid, to launch the alarm before accidents occur, and to maintain the installations at technological levels that doesnpsilat affect medium factors. The system role (in areas district council-civil protection authorities - environment protection agency) is monitoring the pollution units, the areas that might be affected by the pollution factors for keeping them at a tolerable acceptance level and to minimise their effect.

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Automation, Quality and Testing, Robotics, 2008. AQTR 2008. IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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22-25 May 2008