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Nanoengineering. Global Approaches to Health and Safety Issues

  • ID: 3149024
  • Book
  • June 2015
  • Region: Global
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Nanoengineering: Global Approaches to Health and Safety Issues provides a global vision on the impact of engineered nanomaterials both for the consumer/general public and in occupational settings. The book also presents a hint on what can be expected for the future from nanomaterials and their effects on our lives, both at home and at work. In addition, users will find valuable information on nanomaterials' irreplaceable value and their risks for health, safety, and environmental issues. Case studies illustrate key points and provide information on important processes.

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Section 1: Introduction

1.1 nanomaterials definition, classification and application

1.2 routes of exposure to nano-objects

1.3 Methods of detection and characterization

1.4 Nanotoxicology: nano-biointeraction and evaluation of toxicology

1.5 Fire explosion

Section 2: Consumer/ general public

2.1 cartography of products containing nanomaterials

2.2 Nanomedicine

2.3 traceability, life cycle and risk assessment

2.4 Environmental perspectives

2.5 Health surveillance and risk management

2.6 Ethics and Society

2.7 Laws and Regulation

2.8 Case study: TiO2 in sunscreen creams

Section 3: Occupational settings

3.1 Mapping Workplace Exposure

3.2 Risk assessment

3.3 Exposure monitoring

3.4 Development of standards and standardization

3.5 Risk management, control strategies and good practice guidelines

3.6 Protective equipment

3.7 Occupational regulations

3.8 Case study: CNTs in composites

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Patricia Dolez Assitant Professor in Textile Science, Department of Human Ecology of the University of Alberta, Canada..

Dr. Patricia Dolez has recently joined the Department of Human Ecology of the University of Alberta, Canada, to work as an Assistant Professor in Textile Science. Before that, she had been a researcher at CTT Group in St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada since 2012. She holds an engineering degree in Materials Science and a Ph.D. in Physics. Her expertise includes textiles, polymers, and composites. She is especially interested in the application of nanotechnologies, smart textiles, natural fibres, and recycled materials in personal protective equipment and other textile-based products as well as in the aging behavior of protective materials. Dr. Dolez has authored more than 100 articles in books, scientific and technical journals, and conference proceedings. She was also the editor of a book entitled "Nanoengineering: Global Approaches to Health & Safety Issues”, published in 2015 by Elsevier.
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