Consideration of hazards in design, Civil Engineering

• Gas turbines produce noise, heat radiation and exhaust gas emissions that are potentially a danger to health

• Fuel is flammable and there are hot surfacesand moving parts

• Special design features are needed thereforeto reduce the risk of someone being harmed e.g. silencing, guards, ventilation systems, fire and gas detection 

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