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Kejie Zhao's picture

Under my comment, I just find the edit button, but cannot delete it anyway. How can I delete it ? Will your help, Thanks!

Kejie

Zhigang Suo's picture

iMechanica has intentionally structured so that authors cannot delete posts or comments.  If you do want to delete a comment or a post, please let a moderator know.  The moderator can delete it for you provided that no comments have followed your post.

Kejie Zhao's picture

Thank you! Maybe the Windows Live Writer has a problem in posting comments, because the images inserted can not be shown (edit in Writer and copy). But it has no problem to post in my blog.  

Mahdi Kazemzadeh's picture

 Dear Kejie,

Your Comment has deleted in http://imechanica.org/node/1427, like you asked for. Images inserted can not be shown. Let mw know if you need any further help. 

Kind Regards, 

Mahdi Kazemzadeh

Abdulazeez Bello's picture


In ranking the top ten severe accidents in the energy
industry, the Number of fatalities recorded was the basis of judgement. The
Chernobyl nuclear disaster ranked first due to the potency of its danger after 25 years though it did not record the highest fatality rate.


 1.      
Chernobyl:
Ukraine April26, 1986. The total number of death recorded is still being
disputed. The area has remained unsuitable for human habitat cutting across
three countries: Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
2.      
  Two large dams (Banqiao Dam and Shimandan
Dam
) recorded a death toll of over 26,000 In  Zhumadian, China August 4-8, 1975


3.      
Machchu II:
A dam failure with death toll in the region of 25,000 happened in Morvi, India
August 11, 1979. The cause of accident was attributed to poor Engineering
design.


4.      
Bhopal:
methylisocyanate gas leaked from a pesticide plant into a densely populated
area of Bhopal, in central India killing more than 10,000 people.


5.      
Vaiont Dam:
An arch dam whose left bank was actually the toe of an ancient landslide. The
ancient slide became unstable in October 1963 displacing water which generated
a gigantic wave causing more than 2,000 deaths.
6.      
Honkeiko
Collery
: Coal dust explosion at the Honkeiko coal mine near Benxi in
Japanese-occupied Manchuria, 1,549 miners died, 26 April 1942


7.      
 Courrieres Mine disaster:  1,099 miners (this included many young
children) died in a coal dust explosion in Courrieres, France, 10 March 1906,

8.      
A gas explosion at the Mitsubishi Hojyo coal mine in Kyushu, Japan, killed 687 miners,
making it the deadliest mine accident in Japan's history. Decembber, 15, 1914,


9.      
An explosion at the Laobaidong mine in Datong, Shanxi province killed 684 miners,9 May
1960  
10.  
San Juanico
Disaster
: large quantities of LPG leaked from a pipeline. The (heavy)
LPG-gas dispersed over the wall into the surroundings and was ignited by fire
resulting in over 550 deaths.

Reference
1.Consequences and countermeasures in a nuclear power accident: Chernobyl
experience
Biosecurity and bioterrorism [1538-7135] Kirichenko, V A yr: 2012 vol: 10 iss:
3 pg: 314 -320 


2. Lessons from catastrophic dam failures in August 1975 in
Zhumadian, China
GeoCongress 2008: Geosustainability and Geohazard Mitigation (GSP 178)
[0-7844-0971-4; 0-7844-7226-2] Xu, Y, yr: 2008 pg: 162 -169 


3. The Inundation of Morvi
Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 14, No. 34 (Aug. 25, 1979), p. 1454


4. The Bhopal tragedy: 25 (10 +15) years after | La tragedia
di bhopal: 25 (10+15) anni dopo
 Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca
[1592-5986] Tognoni, G yr: 2010 vol: 29 iss: 2 pg: 94 -103


5. Catastrophic Slide: Vaiont Landslide, Italy
Geomechanics of Failures. Eduardo E., Núria M., Alexander M., Advanced Topics
2010, pp 33-81


6. http://www.usmra.com/china/disasterwatch


7. ANALYSIS OF THE LPG-DISASTER IN MEXICO CITY.
 Journal of Hazardous Material, 20.  C.M. PIETERSEN   (1998) 85-107
ElsevierSciencePublishersB.V., Amsterdam


 


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