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Ernesto Salzano

Associate Professor

Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering

Academic discipline: ING-IND/25 Chemical Plants

Director of Second Cycle Degree in Chemical and Process Engineering

Research

Keywords: Deflagration and detonation Chemical Kinetics Process Safety Kinetic of partial oxidation Hydrogen Cryogenic fuels Explosion Runaway reaction Natural hazards Natech Security

The research activity of Ernesto Salzano is addressed to:

  • Experimental and modeling analysis of accidental deflagrative and detonative combustion of solid, liquid and gases (fires, explosions);
  • Development of risk assessment methodologies for industry, with specific reference to external events (domino effects, natural events, security);
  • Chemical Process safety
Recent research projects include:

· ENI, Development of security procedures for Oil&Gas facilities, 2014.

· 7FP INTEG-RISK: Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management of Emerging, New Technology-Related Risks, 2009-2013

· 7FP STREST: Harmonized approach to stress tests for critical infrastructures against natural hazards, 2013-2016.

· ENI SpA, Security of industrial installations - 2015-2016.

· KT-Kinetics Technology S.p.A. and University of Salerno, Explosivity of H2S/Oxygen, 2015-2016.

· Turboden Srl (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries), Safety parameters of organosilanes adopted for ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle), 2015-2016.

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