The Computer Program for Chemical Thermodynamics and Energy Release Evaluation
 
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Articles About Using CHETAH
61 Articles Total
    • Fu, Zhi-Min, Koseki, Hiroshi, Iwata, Yusaku, Investigation on Thermal Stability of Flavianic Acid Disodium Salt, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 22(4), 477-483 (2009).
    • Maestri, Francesco, Copelli, Sabrina, Rota, Renato, Gigante, Lucia, Lunghi, Angelo, and Cardillo, Paolo, Simple Procedure for Optimal Scale-up of Fine Chemical Processes. II. Nitration of 4-Chlorobenzotrifluoride, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 48 (3), 1316-1324, (2009).
    • Chen, Chan-Cheng, Liaw, Horng-Jang, and Kuo, Yu-Yu, Prediction of Autoignition Temperatures of Organic Compounds by the Structural Group Contribution Approach, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 162(2-3, 746-762, (2009).
    • Cao, H.Y., Jiang, J.C., Pan, Y., Wang, R., and Cui, Y., Prediction of the Net Heat of Combustion of Organic Compounds Based on Atom-type Electrotopological State Indices, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 22(2), 222-227, (2009).
    • Frurip, David J., Selection of the Proper Calorimetric Test Strategy in Reactive Chemicals Hazard Evaluation, Organic Process Research and Development, 12(6), 1287-1292, (2008).
    • Wolf, Richard A., Process Research on the Preparation of 1-(3-Trimethylsilylphenyl)-2,2,2-trifluoroethanone by a Friedel–Crafts acylation Reaction, Organic Process Research and Development, 12(1), 23-29, (2008).
    • Morgan, David L., Use of Transformed Correlations to Help Screen and Populate Properties Within Databanks, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 256(1,2) 54-61, 2007.
    • Hada, S. and Harrison, B.K., Adiabatic Temperature Rise – An Awkward Calculation Made Simple, Chemical Engineering, 114, 45-48, (2007).
    • Weisenburger, G.A., Barnhart, R.W., Clark, J.D., Hawksworth, M., Higginson, P.D., Kang, Y., Knoechel, D.J., Moon, B.S., Shaw, S.M. Taber, G.P., Tickner, D.L., Determination of Reaction Heat: A Comparison of Measurement and Estimation Techniques, Organic Process Research and Development, 11(6), 1112-1125, (2007).
    • Louks, D.H., and Stolz-Dunn, S.K., Kinetics for Scale-Up of a One-Pot Pathway to 5-(3-Fluorophenyl)-2,4-dihydro-2,4-dimethyl-3H-1,2,4-triazole-3-thione Using a Hybrid Model of Parallel and Consecutive Reactions, Organic Process Research and Development, 11(5), 877-884, (2007).
    • Delhaye, L., Merschaert, A., Delbeke, P., Brione, W., Determination of Reaction Heat: A Comparison of Measurement and Estimation Techniques, 11(4), 689-692, (2007)
    • Simoes, J.A.M. and da Piedade, M.E.M., Structure and Bonding in Organometallic Compounds: Organometallic Thermochemistry, In: Robert H. Crabtree and D. Michael P. Mingos, Editor(s)-in-Chief, Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry III, Elsevier, Oxford, pp 605-638, (2007).
    • Coker, A. K, Process Safety and Pressure-Relieving Devices, Ludwig's Applied Process Design for Chemical and Petrochemical Plants (Fourth Edition), Gulf Professional Publishing, Burlington, pp 575-770, (2007).
    • Barsanti, K.C. and Pankow, J.F., Thermodynamics of the formation of atmospheric organic particulate matter by accretion reactions--Part 3: Carboxylic and dicarboxylic acids, Atmospheric Environment, 40(34), 6676-6686, (2006.
    • Carson, P.A., Fairclough, C.S., Mauduit, C., Colsell, M., Peroxy bleaches: Part 1. Background and techniques for hazard evaluation, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 136(3), 438-445, (2006).
    • Maestri, F., Dionigi, L.R., Rota, R., Gigante, L., Lunghi, A., and Cardillo, P., Safe and Productive Operation of Homogeneous Semigbatch Reactors. II. The Nitration of N-(2-Phenoxyphenyl)Methane Sulfonamide, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(24), 8014-8023, (2006).
    • Mimura, N., Okamoto, M., Yamashita, H., Oyama, S.T. and Murata, K., Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Ethane Over Cr/ZSM-5 Catalysts Using CO2 as an Oxidant, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110(43), 21764-21770, (2006).
    • Shu, Y., Lee, Yong-Kul, and Oyama, S.T., Structure-sensitivity of hydrodesulfurization of 4,6-dimethyldibenzothiophene over silica-supported nickel phosphide catalysts, Journal of Catalysis, 236(1), 112-121, (2005).
    • Barsanti, K.C. and Pankow, J.F., Thermodynamics of the formation of atmospheric organic particulate matter by accretion reactions--2. Dialdehydes, methylglyoxal, and diketones, Atmospheric Environment, 39(35), 6597-6607, (2005).
    • Hendershot, D.C. and Sarafinas, A., Safe chemical reaction scale up, Chemical Health and Safety, 12(6), 29-35, (2005).
    • Kersten, R.J.A., Boers, M.N., Stork, M.M. and Visser, C., Results of a Round-Robin with di-tertiary-butyl peroxide in various adiabatic equipment for assessment of runaway reaction hazards, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 18(3), 145-151, (2005).
    • Laurent, A, Baklouti, M, Corriou, J.P., et al., A Posteriori Hazard Analysis and Feedback Information of an Accidental Event in the Grains Storage of an Agrochemical Product, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 19 (6): 509-515 Nov. (2006).
    • Frurip, D., Computational Thermochemistry In Support of Calorimetry for Reactive Chemicals Assessment, La Chimica e I’Industria, 88(3), 140-149, April (2006).
    • Wei, C.Y., Rogers, W.J., Mannan, M.S., Thermal Decomposition Hazard Evaluation of Hydroxylamine Nitrate
    Journal of Hazardous Materials, 130 (1-2): 163-168 Sp. Iss., Mar. 17 (2006).
    • Sklavounos, S, Rigas, F., Estimation of Safety Distances in the Vicinity of Fuel Gas Pipelines, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industres, 19 (1): 24-31 Jan. (2006).
    • Harrison, B.K., Using the ASTM Computer Program for the Prevention of Reactive and Flammability Hazards – CHETAH, ASTM Standardization News, January, pp. 30-35, (2005).
    • Harrison, B.K., The Use of the ASTM Computer Program CHETAH as an Element in a Program to Prevent Reactive Hazards, B. Keith Harrison, 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, Glascow, Scotland, July (2005).
    • Mannan, s., Reactive chemicals, Lees' Loss Prevention in the Process Industries (Third Edition), Butterworth-Heinemann, Burlington,1-47, (2005).
    • Anastas, N.D. and Warner, J.C., The incorporation of hazard reduction as a chemical design criterion in green chemistry, Chemical Health and Safety, 12(2), 9-13, (2005).
    • Barsanti, K.C., Pankow, J.F., Dabdub, D., Griffin, R.J. and Seinfeld, J.H.. Comment on “Semiemperical Model for Organic Aerosol Growth by Acid-Catalyzed Heterogeneous Reactions of Carbonyls, Environmental Science and Technology, 39(20), 8108-8109, (2005).
    • Britton, L.G., Cashdollar, K.L., Fenlon, W., Frurip, D, Going, J., Harrison, B.K., Niemer, J., and Ural, E.A., The Role of ASTM E27 Methods in Hazard Assessment: Part II. Flammability and Ignitability Process Safety Progress, 24, (1), 12-28, (2005).
    • Frurip, D., Britton, L., Fenlon, W., Going, J., Harrison, B.K., Niemer, J., and Ural, E.A., The Role of ASTM E27 Methods in Hazard Assessment: Part I. Thermal Stability, Compatibility, and Energy Release Estimation Methods Process Safety Progress, 23, (4), 266-278, (2004).
    • Ohtani, H., Experimental Study on Flammability Limits of Perfluorocarbons in a Fluorine Atmosphere. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 17 (5): 377-379. (2004).
    • Ohtani, H., Flammability Limits of Silane/Perfluorocarbon Nitrogen Mixtures. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 17 (5) 381-383 (2004).
    • Saraf, S.R., Rogers, W.J., Ford , D.M., et al. Integrating Molecules Modeling and Process Safety Research. Fluid Phase Equilibria 222: 205-211 (2004).
    • Wei, C., Rogers, W.J., Ford, D.M., et al. Application of Screening Tools in the Prevention of Reactive Chemical Incidents. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 17 (4): 261-269 (2004).
    • Crowl, D.A., Elwell, T.I., Identifying Criteria to Classify Chemical Mixtures as “Highly Hazardous” Due to Chemical Reactivity. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 17 (4): 279-289 (2004).
    • Melhem, Geogres A. Reactivity Screening Made Easy. Process Safety Progress, 23, (2), (2004).
    • Saraf, S.R., Rogers, W.J., Mannan, M.S., Classifying Reactive Chemicals. CEP. 34-38. (2004).
    • Lifshitz, A., Tamburu, C., Suslensky, A. and Dubnikova, F., Decomposition, Isomerization, and Ring Expansion in 2-Methylindene: Single-pulse Shock Tube and Modeling Study, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 108(16), 3430-3438, (2004).
    • Li, Xian-Wei, Shibata, E., and Nakamura, T., Theoretical Calculation of Thermodynamic Properties of Polybrominated Dibenzo-p-dioxins, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 48(3), 727-735, 2003).
    • Saraf, S.R., Rogers, W.J., Mannan, M.S., Prediction of Reactive Hazards Based on Molecular Structure. Journal of Hazardous Materials 98 (1-3): 15-29 (2003).
    • Saraf, S.R., Rogers, W. J., Mannan, M.S., Application of Transition State Theory for Thermal Stability Prediction. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 42(7), 1341-1346. (2003).
    • Britton, Laurence G.; Frurip, David J. Further Uses of the Heat of Oxidation in Chemical Hazard Assessment. Process Safety Progress, 22 (1), 1-19, (2003).
    • Saraf S. R.; Rogers, W.J.; Mannan, M.S. Prediction of Reactive Hazard Based on Molecular Structures Journal of Hazardous Materials, 98 (1-3), 15-29, (2003).
    • Johnson, Robert W.: Rudg, Steven W.; Unwin, Stephan D. Essential Practices for Managing Chemical Reactivity. (2003).
    • Murphy, M.R., Singh, S.K., and Shanley, E.S., Computationally Evaluate Self-Reactivity Hazards, CEP, 54-61, Feb. (2003).
    • Cardillo, P.; Gignate, Lucia; Lunghi, A, Di Bari, Cinzia; Ludovisi, G. Thermodynamics for Chemical Safety: Predictive Criteria of Thermal Instability Rivista dei Combustibili, 56 (4-5), 209-223, (2002).
    • Saraf S. R,; Rogers, W.J., Mannan, M.S., Predictive Technique for Reactive Chemicals Hazard Evaluation. Proceedings of the NATAS Annual Conference on Thermal Analysis and Applications 30th, 576-581, (2002).
    • Dalmazzone, D., Laforest, J.C., Petit, J.M. Application of Thermo Chemical Energy Hazard Criteria to the Prediction of Lower Flammability Limits of Hydrocarbons In Air. Oil & Gas Science and Technology, 56 (4), 365-372, (2001).
    • Amery, G., Reactive Chemical Hazard Evaluation in the Scale-Up of Chemical Processes, Aldrichimica ACTA, 34(2), 61-67, (2001).
    • Harrison, B. Keith, Computerized Screening of Chemicals for Energy Release Hazards Proceedings of ESCAPE10: European Symposium of Computer Aided Process Engineering, Florence Italy, May 2000, edited by Sauro Pierucci, Elsevier Science Publishing, ISBN: 0-444-50520-2, 799-804, (2000).
    • Grewer, T., Frurip, D.J., and Harrison, B. K., “Prediction of Thermal Hazards of Chemical Reactions” Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 12, 391-398 (1999).
    • Nomen.R, Sempere, J., Serra, E., Core, D., Predictive Methods for Risk Assessment of Pure Substances and Their Mixtures: ASTM CHETAH (Chemical Thermodynamics and Energy Hazard Evaluation Program), Safety Subjects: 11, 54(469), 182-186, (1998).
    • Bruneton, C., Hoff, C., Barton, P.I., Thermal Stability Analysis Via Elucidation of Hazards Reaction Stoichiometries. Computers Chem. Engng, 22 (6) 735-745 (1998).
    • Grewer, T., Frurip, D.J., Harrison B.K. Predictions on the Thermal Risk Potential of Reactions. Praxis der Sicherheistechnik 4(Chemische ReaktionenErkennnng und Beherrschung Sicherheistechnisch Relevanter Zustaende und Ablaeufe), 173-194. (1997).
    • Dalmazzone, D., Laforest, J.C., Petit, J.M. Prediction of Lower Explosivity Limits (LEL) in Air or Organic Gases and vapors. Application of Thermochemical Criteria for Organic Gases and Vapors. Cahiers de Notes Documentaires, 167 235-248. (1997).
    • Kowalczyk, B.A., Roberts, P.N., McEwen, G. K., Robinson, J., Scale-Up of the Nitration of 1-Acetyl-3,4-dichloro-1,2-(ethylenedioxy)benzene Using Nitric Acid/Trifluoroacetic Acid. Organic Process Research & Development, 1(5), 355-358. (1997).
    • Melhem, G.A., Shanley, E.S., On the Estimation of Hazard Potential for Chemical Substances. Proceedings of the Annual Loss Prevention Symposium, 30th 8/g,1-10. (1996).
    • Melhem, G.A., Shanley, E.S., On the Estimation of Hazard Potential for Chemical Substances. Process Safety Progress, 15(3), 168-172, (1996).
    • Harrison, B.K., CHETAH, A Program for Convenient Thermo Chemistry Applications. Book of Abstracts, 212th ACS National Meetings, Orlando, FL, August 25-29(1996).
    • Rowe, Stephen M., The Role of Calorimetry Chemical Plant Safety: A Chlorination Reaction. Themochimica Acta 289, 167-175 (1996).
    • Yokoyama, Toshiharu, Naoko Fujita, Takao Maki., Formation of Dihydrogen and Carboxylic Acid From Water and Aldehyde Over Metal Oxide Catalysts. Applied Catalysis A: General. 125, 159-167 (1995).
    • Thompson, D., Enthalpies of Formation and Entropies of Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins and Dibenzofurans; Selected Data for Computer-Based Studies. Thermochimica Acta 261, 7-20 (1995).
    • Uehara, Yoichi, Otani, Hideo, Oka, Yasushi. Reaction Hazard Caused by Mixing of Waste. Haikibutsu Gakkaishi,6(4),322-9. (1995).
    • Negyes, Gyoergy. Examination of Friction Sensitivity of Nonexplosive Compounds. Magyar Kemikusok Lapja , 50(9),392-6. (1995).
    • Anon. CHETAH, Chemical Engineering Progress, 91(1), 86. (1995).
    • Frurip, D.J., Chakrabarti, A., Downey, J.R., Ferguson, H.D., Gupta, S.K., Hofelich, T.C., Labarge, M.S., Pasztor, A.J. Jr., Peery, L.M., Eveland, S.M., and Suckow, R.A., “Determination of Chemical Process Heats by Experiment and Prediction” in International Symposium of Runaway Reactions and Pressure Relief Design, G. A. Melhem and H.G> Fisher, Eds., AIChE, 95-149 (1995).
    • Gustin, J.L., “Thermal Stability Screening and Reaction Calorimetry. Application to Runaway Reaction Hazard Assessment at Process Safety Management”, J. Loss Prev. Process Inc., 6(5), (1993).
    • Homes, D.A., Harrison, B. K., and Dolfing J., Estimation of Gibbs Free Energies of Formation for Polychlorinated Biphenyls Environmental Science and Technology, 27, 725-731, (1993).
    • Cardillo, Paolo and Nebuloni, Marino, “Reactively Limits of Aluminum and Halohydrocarbon Mixtures: Determination by the ASTM CHETAH Program, J. Loss Prev. Process Ind., S (2), (1992).
    • Frurip, D.J. Estimation of Energy Release for Chemicals and Chemical Processes Using the ASTM CHETAH Program. Chimica e l’Industria (Milan), 74(8/9), 637-40 (1992).
    • Dalmazzone, D., Sannier, H. Development and Applications of the CHETAH Program (ASTM Chemical Thermodynamic and Energy Hazard Evaluation). Calorimetrie et Analyse Thermique,23 377-83. (1992).
    • Tanaka, Noriaki, Hwang, Dong-Rong; Hosoya, Fumio, Tamura, Masamitu, Yoshida, Tadao, Measurement of Evaporation and Sublimation Heat Using DSC. Kogyo Kayaku, 51(1), 28-34. (1992).
    • Cardillo, Paolo & Marino Nebuloni. Reactivity Limits of Aluminium and Halohydrocarbon Mixtures: Determination by the ASTM CHETAH Program. J. Loss Prev. Process Ind., 5(2). (1992).
    • Cardillo, Paolo and Marino Nebuloni. Theoretical and Calorimetric Evaluation of Thermal Stability of Glycidol. J. Loss Prev. Process Ind., 4, (1991).
    • Mniszewski, K.R., The Use of Computerized Thermodynamics Tools in Fire/Explosion Investigation, Journal of Fire Protection Engineering, 3(3), 69-79, (1991).
    • Frurip, David J., Freedman, Eli, Hertel, George R. A New Release of the ASTM CHETAH Program for Hazard Evaluation: Versions For Mainframe and Personal Computer. Int. Symp. Runaway React., 39-51. (1989).
    • Ducros, M., Sannier, H. Use of the Program CHETAH to Study the Sensitivity of Oxygen Compounds and To Estimate the Lower Limits of Flammability, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 19(1), 33-49 (1988).
    • Davies, C. A., Kipnis, I.M., Chase, M.W., Treweek, D.N. The Thermochemical and Hazard Data of Chemicals. Estimation Using the ASTM CHETAH Program. ACS Symposium Series, 274 (Chem. Process Hazard Rev.), 81-90. (1985).
    • Laforest, J. C., Leleu, J. Dangerous Chemical Reactions: Predicting the Risk. Cahiers de Notes Documentaires, 105, 481-91(1981).
    • Leach, James T., Staples, John M. Hazards of Inadvertent Mixing of Chemicals Used in the Bachmann Processes for Manufacturing the Military Explosives RDX and HMX. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 4(3), 271-81. (1981).
    • Ducros, M., Gruson, J. F., Sannier, H. Method for the Estimation of Flammability Limits. Thermochimica Acta, 48(3),351-9. (1981).
    • Arai, Mitsuru, Toyama, Kazuhiro, Tamura, Masamitsu, Yoshida, Tadao. Correlations Between CHETAH Decomposition Heats and Performance of Explosive Compounds. Kogyo Kayaku, 41(5), 293-9. (1980) .
    • Arai, Mitsuru, Andoh, Takayuki, Tamura, Masamitsu, Yoshida, Tadao. Some Applications of M. O. Theories to the Chemistry of Explosives. I. A Calculation of Heat of Formation for the Explosive Compounds. Kogyo Kayaku, 41(1), 8-12. (1980)
    • Treweek, D.N., Alexander, C.A., Hoyland, J.R., Fentiman, A.F., Pardue, W.M. Estimation of Chemical Incompatibility (Other-Chemical Reactivity) By Computer. Ohio Journal of Science, 80(4), 160-6. (1980)
    • Murali, B. K. Mohan, Ganesan, V., Rao, K. Bhujanga, Mohan, V. Krishna. Hazard Characteristics of Isosorbide Dinitrate-Lactose Mixtures. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 3(2), 177-82. (1979)
    • Treweek, D.N., Pardue, W.M., Hoyland, J.R., Alexander, C.A., Seaton, W.H., Freedman, E.. Estimation of Explosive Hazard by Computer. Ohio Journal of Science (1978), 78(5), 245-54.
    • Domalski, E.S. A Second Appraisal of Methods for Estimating Self-Reaction Hazards. U. S. NTIS, PB Rep., (PB-266925), 160 (1977).
    • Coffee, R.D. Evaluation of Chemical Stability. Fire Technology, 7(1), 37-45. (1971).
 
Articles and Books Concerning Calculations within CHETAH
54 Articles and Books Total
    • D.L. Morgan, Use of Transformed Correlations to Help Screen and Populate Properties Within Databanks, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 256, 54-61, 2007.
    • S. Hada and B. Keith Harrison, Prediction of Energy Release Hazards Using a Simplified Adiabatic Temperature Rise, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 20, 151-157, 2007.
    • B.K. Harrison, A. Madas and A. Sharma, CHETAH 8.0 Users Manual, The ASTM Computer Program for Chemical Thermodynamics and Energy Release Evaluation, ASTM, 160 pages + CD ROM, West Conshohocken, PA, (2005).
    • R.G. Reid, J. M. Prausnitz, and B. E. Poling, ‘The Properties of Gases and Liquids, ‘ 5th ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 12-26 (2000)
    • E.S. Shanley, & G.A. Malhem,. “A Review of ASTM CHETAH7.0 Hazard Evaluation Criteria.” Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 8 (5), 261-264 (1995).
    • B. K. Harrison, 'Inorganic Thermophysical Property Estimation for Reactive Hazard Evaluation,' Thermophysical Properties for Industrial Process Design, AIChE Symposium Series 90 (298), 64-73 (1994).
    • D. R. Lide and H.V. Kehiaian, CRC Handbook of Thermodynamics and Thermochemical Properties, diskette. CRC Press, Inc. (1994).
    • CCPS, Guidelinesfor Chemical Reactivity Evaluation and Application to Process Design, est 320 (1994).
    • D.R. Lide and G. W. A. Milne, CRC Handbook of Data on Organic Compounds, 3rd Edition, (HODOG Ill), 6554 pp CRC Press,Inc. (1994).
    • D. R. Lide abd H.V. Kehiaian, CRC Handbook of Thermophysical and Thermochemical Properties, 529 pp CRC Press Inc. (1994).
    • J. B. Pedley, Thermochemical Data and Structures of Organic Compounds, Volume 1 (975 pp) TRC, College Station, TX; ISBN: 1-883400-01-5; (1994).
    • M. Frankel, G. J. Kabo, K. N. March, G. N. Roganov, and R. G. Wilhoit, Thermodynamics of Organic Compounds in the Gas Phase, Volume 1 (815 pp) and Volume 2 (1010 pp), TRC, College Station, TX; ISBN: 1-883400-03-1 and 1-883400-04-X; (1994).
    • D. R. Lide and J. G. Grasselli, ‘Properties of Organic Compounds, Version 3.1, CRC Press Inc. (Catalog No. 444RA), (1993).
    • T.E. Daubert and R.P. Danner, “Physical and Thermodynamics Properties of Pure Chemicals: Data Compilation”, Taylor and Francis/Hemisphere Publishing Corp. ,Bristol PA, (1989) with Supplements: (1991), 2(1992), 3(1993)
    • J. E. Hurst, Jr., and B. K. Harrison, 'Estimation of Liquid and Solid Heat Capacities Using a Modified Kopp's Rule,' Chem. Eng. Commun, 112, 21-30 (1992).
    • G. D. Ratkey and B. K. Harrison, 'Prediction of Enthalpies of Formation for Ionic Compound,' Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 31 (10), 2362-9 (1992).
    • “Fire Hazard Properties of Flammable Liquids, Gases, and Volatile Solids”, NFPA 325M, 1991 ed., National Fire Protection Assoc., 1 Batterymarch Park, PO Box 9101, Quincy, MA 02269-9101 (1991).
    • R. L. Lewis, ‘Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference, ‘ 1579 pp, Van Nostard Reinhold, NY (1991).
    • G. A. Olah and D. R. Squire, ‘Chemistry of Energetic Materials, ‘ 212 pp, Academic Press (1991).
    • J.W. Bozzalli and E.R. Ritter, ‘Therm: Thermodynamic Property Estimation for Gas Phase Radicals and Molecules, ‘Inter. J. Chem. Kinet. 23, 767-78 (1991).
    • W. H. Seaton and B. K. Harrison, “A New General Method for Estimation of Heats of Combustion for Hazard Evaluation”, J. Loss Prev. Proc. Ind. 3(3), 311-20 (1990).
    • W. H. Seaton, 'Group Contribution Method for Predicting the Potential of a Chemical Composition to Cause an Explosion, J. Chem. Educ. 66, A137-40 (1989).
    • J. D. Cox, D. D. Wagman, and V.A. Medvedev, “CODATA Key Values for Thermodynamics, ‘ Hemisphere Publishing Company,New York (1989).
    • D.J. Frurip, E. Freedman, and G.R. Hertel, Plant Op. Program, 8, 239 (1989).
    • W. H. Seaton, J. Chem. Educ. 66, A137-40 (1989).
    • B. K. Harrison and W. H. Seaton, 'A Solution to the Missing Group Problem for Estimation of Ideal Gas Heat Capacities,' Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 27, 1536-40 (1988).
    • R. E. Lenga, ‘The Sigma Aldrich Library –of Chemical Safety Data, ‘ Volume 1 (A-L) and Volume 2 (M-Z and indices), (1988).
    • C. Jochum, M. G. Hicks, and J. Sunkel, ‘Physical Property Prediction Organic Chemistry, ‘Springer-Verlag, Germany (1988).
    • R.P. Danner and T.E. Daubert, eds., “Manual for Predicting Chemical Process Design Data”, American Institute of Chemical Engineerings, New York, 11-1, (1987).
    • R. G. Reid, R.D. Naylor, and S.P. Kirby, ‘Thermochemical Data of Organic Compounds, ‘ 792 pp, Chapman and Hall (1986)
    • M.W. Chase, C.A. Davies, J. R. Dowmey, D.J. Frurip, R.A. McDonald, and A.M. Syverued, “JANAF Thermochemical Tables”, third ed., J. Phus. Chem. Ref. Data, 14, supp. 1, (1985).
    • T. Clark, “Handbook to Computational Chemistry: A Pratical Guide to Chemical Structure and Energy Calculations,’ John Wiley and Sons, Canada (1985).
    • D.N. Treweek, and W.H. Seaton, “CEP Technical Manual, Loss Prevention-7”, American Institute of Chemical Engineerings, 21-27 (1982).
    • W.J. Lyman, W.F. Reehl, and D.H. Rosenblatt, ‘Handbook if Chemical Properties Estimation Methods, McGraw-Hill, New York, Chapter 6 (1982).
    • F. N. Fritsch and R. E. Carlson, SIAM J. Numerical Analysis 17, 258-46 (1980).
    • F. N. Fritsch and J. Butland, UCRL-85104, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, October, (1980).
    • J.B. Pedley and J. Rylance, ‘Sussex-NRL Computer Analyzed Thermochemical Data on Organic and Organometallic compounds, ‘ University of Sussex (1979).
    • D. N. Treweek, W. H. Pardue, J.R. Hoyland, C.A. Alexander, W.H. Seaton, and E. Freedman, 'Estimation of Explosive Hazard by Computer,' Ohio J. Sci. 78, 245-54 (1978).
    • E. Wilcox and L.A. Bromley, “Method for Estimating the Heat of Formation and the Free Energy of Inorganic Compounds”, Ohio J.Sci. 78, 245-54 (1978).
    • S. W. Benson, '”Thermochemical Kinetics”, 2nd Edition, 'John Wiley and Sons, New York (1976).
    • J. D. Cox and G. Pilcher, ‘Thermochemistry of Organic and Organometallic Compounds,’ Academic Press (1970).
    • S.W. Benson and J. H. Buss, J Chem. Phys. 29, 279 (1969)
    • S. W. Benson, F.R. Cruickskank, D.M. Golden. G.R. Haugon, H.E. O'Neal, A.S. Rodgers, R. Shaw, and R. Walsh, Chem. Rev. 69, 279-324 (1969).
    • D.R. Stull, E.F. Westrum, Jr. And G.C. Sinke, The Chemical Thermodynamics of Organic Compounds, 865 pp, John Wiley (1969)
    • S. W. Benson, 'Thermochemical Kinetics', John Wiley and Sons, New York (1968).
    • S. W. Benson and J. H. Buss, J. Chem. Phys. 19, 279 (1968).
    • E. Wilcox and L.A. Bromley, 'Method for Estimating the Heat of Formation and Free Energy of Formation of Inorganic Compounds,' Ind. Eng. Chem. 55, 32 (1963).
    • H.W. Anderson and L. A. Bromley, A Method For Estimating the Heat of Formation of the Halides, J. Phys. Chem. 63, 1115 (1959).
    • D.R. Stull and G.C. Sinke, `Thermodynamic Properties of the Elements, Advan. Chem. Ser. 8, (1956).
    • W.C. Lothrop and G.R. Handrick, Chem. Rev., 44, 419 (1949).
    • CHEMSAFE, joint project of the Bundesanstalt for Materialforschung und –Prufung (BAM), the DECHEMA Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Chemisvhe Apparatewesen, Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie, and the Physilalisch-Techische Bundesa-nstalt (PTB); distributed by TDS Numerica.
    • L. Bretherick, Reactive Chemical Hazards Database: An Electronic Guide to Published Data, Butterworth Heinemann Ltd. Oxford.
    • V. P. Glushko and L.V. Gurvich, “Thermodynamic Properties of Individual Substances,’ 4 volume set in Russian, 3 volume set currently available in English.
    • V.P. Glushko and V.A. Medvedev, ‘Thermal Constants of Substances,’ volume 1-10 in Russian: scheduled to be printed in English.
 
Articles and Books About Earlier Versions of CHETAH
11 Articles and Books Total
    • B.K. Harrison, B. Balaraju, K. Mudaliar, and A. Viswaanathan, CHETAH 7.3 Users Manual, The ASTM Computer Program for Chemical Thermodynamics and Energy Release Evaluation ASTM, ISBN ISBN 0-8031-2094-X, 155 pages + CD ROM, West Conshohocken, PA, (2002).
    • E.S. Shanley and G.A. Melhem, A Review and Critique of ASTM CHETAH 4th ed. Version 7.2. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 13 (1): 67-68 (2000).
    • S.M. Ashar and B.K. Harrison “CHETAH 7.2 Users Manual, The ASTM Computer Program for Chemical Thermodynamics and Energy Release Evaluations (NIST Special Database 16)” 4th Edition,, ASTM, ISBN 0-8031-1847-3, West Conshohocken, PA, (1998).
    • E.S. Shanley and G.A.Melhem, A Review of ASTM-CHETAH-7.0 Hazard Evaluation Criteria. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 8 (5): 261-264 (1995).
    • J. R. Downey, D. J. Frurip, M. S. LaBarge, A. N. Syverud, N. K. Grant, M. D. Marks, B. K. Harrison, W.H. Seaton, D. N. Treweek, and T. B. Selover, 'CHETAH 7.0 Users Manuals: the ASTM Computer program for Chemical Thermodynamic and Energy Release Evaluation,' NIST Special Database 16, ASTM, ISBN 0-8031-1800-7, Philadelphia, PA (1994).
    • C. A. Davies, D .J. Frurip, E. Freedman, G.R. Hertel, W.H. Seaton, and D. N. Treweek, 'CHETAH 4.4: the ASTM Chemical Thermodynamic and Energy Release Program,' 2nd edition, ASTM Publication DS 51A (1990).
    • D. J. Frurip , E. Freedman and G. R. Hertel, “A New Release of the ASTM CHETAH Program for Hazard Evaluation: Versions for Mainframe and Personal Computer,” Plant/Operations Progress 8, 100-4 (1989).
    • D. J. Frurip, E. Freeman, and G. R. Hertel, “A New Release of the ASTM CHETAH Program for Hazard Evaluation: Versions for Mainframe and Personal Computer,” Proc. Intern. Symp. On Runaway Reactions, 39-51 (March, 1989).
    • G. A. Davies, 1. M. Kipnis, M. W. Chase, and D. N. Treweek, “The Thermochemical and Hazard Data of Chemicals, Estimation Using the ASTM CHETAH Program, ACS Symposium Series (274), Chemical process Hazard Review, J. M. Hoffman and D. G. Maser (eds.) 82-90 (1985).
    • E. Freedman, Screening for Potentially Hazardous Reactions. CHETAH: What Does It Do? Bulletin of Chemical Thermodynamics, 21 480. (1978).
    • W.H. Seaton, E. Freedman, D.N. Treweek, ASTM Data Series: CHETAH: The ASTM Chemical Thermodynamic and Energy Release Evaluation Program (DS 51). , 145 pp. (1974).
 
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