Steam explosion! When seconds count

Hayes, Evelyn
June 1998
Advanced Materials & Processes;Jun98, Vol. 153 Issue 6, p96
Entertainment Review
Highlights the information provided by `When Seconds Count,' a video on that offers guidelines on how to deal with steam explosion. Video's production of the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) Office of Public Relations and Teleproduction Center for their Metal Casting Center; Disaster drill; Aspects of steam explosion; Emergency response; Potential hazards.


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