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Tuesday, September 18, 2007


This is another of excellent workbook related to Emergency Relief System recommends to those engineer who works (design, engineering, operation) in Oil & Gas platform, Chemical & Process plant, Refinery, Chemical plant, etc. Again in particular for SAFETY & LOSS PREVENTION engineer...


Workbook for Chemical Reactor Relief System Sizing

Prepared by Janet Etchells & Jill Wilday

The workbook is to provide information on methods available for the sizing of emergency relief systems for exothermic runaway reactions in liquid-phase chemical reactions. This work mainly written for SAFETY & LOSS PREVENTION engineers who are dealing with Chemical relief with reaction and shall have good basic experiences in Chemical reaction Kinetics and fluid flow.

This workbook is available FREE for download from HSE UK.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could you post something related to depressuring system? Specially if we calculate it using commercial software like HYSYS. I am using HYSYS 3.2 for dynamic depressuring calculation and I found it quite different with HYSYS 3.1.
Many Thanks

October 29, 2007 at 7:21 AM  
Blogger Webworm said...

First thank for your comments.

I have made some posting related to depressuring (yeah...quite minimum).

See Depressurization

There are more will come. You come back to check out or Subcribe
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I don;t surprised with your findings...there are number of critical bugs in HYSYS 3.1 (even 3.2) on of those is wrong "wetted area". You can imagine the impact if you used it without knowing it ?

I am trying my best to update everyone who read my post. The best way to get the update is login to constantly login to HYSYS website to check it out OR Subcribe
to my news for update...

October 29, 2007 at 7:43 PM  

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