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Category:Educational, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:fire, explosions, pressure, hydrodynamics, BLEVE
Submitted:The Mothership
Date:10/28/11
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Comment count is 25
The Great Mel Bay - 2011-10-28
wow that was neat
memedumpster - 2011-10-28
I want to BLEVE!
TeenerTot - 2011-10-28
...and as we all know "to bleve" means "to bluff." So you were probably playing cards, and he cheated.

Robin Kestrel - 2011-10-28
^5

The Mothership - 2011-10-29
I know it ain't proper to 5 star one's own submission, but 5 for you teenertot.

Oscar Wildcat - 2011-10-28
Seems pretty compelling evidence for single shot emergency relief valves on such tanks. Why aren't burst diaphrams spec'd for these?
longwinded - 2011-10-28
You may have a situation where, under high pressure, you want to relieve the pressure but keep the contents sealed after the release to preserve them

rural - 2011-10-28
Most countersink flanges will experience hydraulic torque leak through up to less than 7,000 RQMs. Especially when coupled with the double-flux lumen switcher. But with Wilson Countersink Flanges and Dorry Flanges, hydraulic torque is allowed to bypass the settling clutch, providing steady wall pressure to the lug manifold and all the seismic rotors. And that goes for 7,000 RQMs, 8,000 RQMs, even up to 10,000 RQMS.

Ursa_minor - 2011-10-28
Well that submarine just angry as a sonofabitch, weren't it?
gammon - 2011-10-28
That comment made me lol. Nice.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-10-28
When I was a little kid I thought my grandpa kept a tiny submarine in the yard.

FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2011-10-28
"It all happens quickly, with little warning."

Other than the tank venting towering plumes of flames for the last hour or so.

But besides that, little warning.
SolRo - 2011-10-28
venting isn't explosion.

science education in america really sucks.

mouser - 2011-10-28
Were`s your god now??

Hooker - 2011-10-28
Are you saying there was no warning explosion of an impending explosion, SolRo?

TheOtherCapnS - 2011-10-28
When did he say that venting was explosion?

Reading education in wherever the fuck solro is from really sucks.

OgreMkIV - 2011-10-28
Ka-blewey!

That narrator gets all the cool serious gigs. Is it the Frontline guy?
StanleyPain - 2011-10-28
Will Lyman, yes.

MacGyver Style Bomb - 2011-10-28
Man, they just don't make sinister instructional/safety videos like they used to.
animegurl1000 - 2011-10-28
BLEVE, my most favorite of explosion types.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-10-28
"Shit! That tank has animation of boiling liquid superimposed on it! SHE'S GONNA BLOW!!"
Meerkat - 2011-10-28
It all happens quickly. With little warning.

After you use a gigantic flamethrower on it for half an hour.
cool water sandwich - 2011-10-28
Huh, I never realised a BLEVE involved boiling off so much liquid gas, eve thought it's in the name.

Thanks, Poe!
hammsangwich - 2011-10-29
I want to know who decided synthesized flute music had to be the backdrop for every scientific video.
joelkazoo - 2011-10-30
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!

...c'mon, somebody had to say it!
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