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Inherently safe

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A technical system is called inherently safe if it functions safely by its own means, i.e. without auxiliary media, auxiliary energy and active components. For example, a cooling-water system provides inherently safe cooling if heat is removed via sufficiently large heat exchangers with gravity circulation of the cooling water (natural convection), since gravity is always available.

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TopSafe 2017
12-16 Feb. 2017
Vienna, Austria

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19 - 22 March 2017, Middelburg Netherlands

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ETRAP 2017
30 May - 2 June 2017, Valencia, Spain