AristaTek Home | Newsletter Home

PALMTOP EMERGENCY ACTION for CHEMICALS (PEAC)


Friday, August 17 2007

August 2007

VOLUME VI ISSUE 5
Content

Technically Speaking

Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD v.5

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Wonderful Wyoming

Archive
May 2007 
May 31, 2007
Vol. VI Issue 4
April 2007 
April 30, 2007
Vol. VI Issue 3
March 2007 
March 30, 2007
Vol. VI Issue 2
February 2007 
February 19, 2007
Vol. VI Issue 1
December 2006 
December 29, 2006
Vol. V Issue 5
October 2006 
October 31, 2006
Vol. V Issue 4
August 2006 
August 31, 2006
Vol. V Issue 3
July 2006
June 31, 2006
Vol. V Issue 2
June 2006
June 31, 2006
Vol. V Issue 1
April 2006
April 28, 2006
Vol. IV Issue 12
March 2006
March 30, 2006
Vol. IV Issue 11
February 2006
February 27, 2006
Vol. IV Issue 10
January 2006
January 30, 2006
Vol. IV Issue 9
December 2005
December 26, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 8
November 2005
November 22, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 7
October 2005
October 21, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 6
September 2005
September 18, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 5
August 2005
August 16, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 4
July 2005
July 18, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 3
June 2005
June 16, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 2
May 2005
May 2, 2005
Vol. IV Issue 1
April 2005
April 18, 2005
Vol. III Issue 13

[MORE]
Technically Speaking 

Chlorine Rail Car Accident, Macdona TX   
by Dr. John Nordin, PhD

AristaTek has seen some feedback saying that analysis of real-world accidents or chemical releases is of greater interest than hypothetical scenarios.  So here goes...

On 28 June 2004, at approximately 5:03 AM, at Macdona TX, a Union Pacific train collided with a Burlington Northern (BNSF) train resulting in a derailment of four locomotives and 35 railcars.  A filled 90-ton chlorine railcar was breached releasing 60 tons (120,000 lbs) of chlorine as of three days after the accident.  Also released was about 78,000 gallons of urea fertilizer plus diesel fuel from the four locomotives...[FULLSTORY]


Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD
 

A New Capability for the PEAC-WMD Explosion Calculator Tool   
by Bruce King

Explosives have two primary hazard components; the blast effects from the over-pressure generated by the explosive material's rapid detonation and the shrapnel or fragmentation thrown from the explosion with sufficient energy to cause bodily injury to persons in the vicinity...  [FULL STORY]


Just What the Doctor Ordered  
More great humor to get you through the month.
[FULL STORY]


Wonderful Wyoming 
Learn about Rocky Mountain National Park !!! 
[FULL STORY] 


PEAC-WMD Demo
Click here to request a free demo of PEAC-WMD.
Unsubscribe
To unsubscribe to this list click here.
Copyright AristaTek Inc. 2006
AristaTek mailing address: AristaTek, Inc. 710 Garfield, Suite 220 Laramie, WY 82070-3916