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Pressure Relief Valve (PRV) has been widely use in overpressure protection of pressure containment equipment. Regardless of vessel/column/drum/tank designed in accordance to any pressure vessel code e.g. ASME, JIS, BS, GB, etc, code will make overpressure protection by means of pressure relief device (i.e PRV, rupture disc, etc) as mandatory for fire contingencies as minimum. There are many handbooks and articles available online and FREE for read and download. Out of all, i would like to highlight a few that i think they are rather complete and you shall not miss them.

Relief Valve " What Can Go Wrong ?"
CheResources
What can go wrong in a chemical facility? Plenty! A report in the August 2000 issue of CEP1 shows that operator error or poor maintenance was the leading of cause of accidents for unfired pressure vessels eight years running. Accidents not only damage equipment but also cause injury or even death to plant personnel. To reduce the number of incidents of accidents, it is the job of the Process Engineer to analyze the process design, determine the "what can go wrong" scenario and either find a way to "design" out of it or provide protection against catastrophic failure in the event an accident does occur, i.e. install a relieving device such as a relief valve and/or rupture disk...

Relief Valve Set Pressure
CheResources
Various topics related to Process Engineering Design will be presented based on author knowledge and experiences. It covers what approaches should be taking. stress on "the correct way" without expect short cuts and rules of thumbs...

Pressure Safety Valves Design Steps
PSV Plus
A simple four design steps related to Pressure Safety Valves design process...

ANDERSON and GREENWOOD Pressure Relief Technical Manual
TYCO Flow Control
This is another Pressure Relief Valve technical manual discuss Pressure relief valve fundamentals. It is pretty good for young engineer and a refresh to experience engineer. It contents cover (1) Terminology, (2) PRV design, (3) ASME code, (4) DOT code (5) Sizing, (6) Installation, (7) Valve Types, (8) PRV Document Index, (9) Back pressure, (10) Flow Factor and (11) Flow Losses.

CROSBY'S PSV Engineering Handbook
TYCO Flow Control
The primary purpose of a pressure relief valve is protection of life and property by venting fluid from an overpressurized vessel. Information contained in this handbook applies to the overpressure protection of pressure vessels, lines and systems.

Safety Valves Related
Spirax Sarco
This website contains consolidated and fundamental informations related to Safety Valve. It covers (1) Introduction to Safety Valves, (2) Types of Safety Valves, (3) Safety Valve Selection, (4) Safety Valve Sizing, (5) Safety Valve Installation and (6) Alternative Plant Protection Devices and terminology.
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Pressure Relief Valve FAQ
FARRIS Engineering
Some common FAQ related to Pressure relief valve...
  • Can pressure relief valves be mounted horizontally?
  • How much seat leakage can I expect from a pressure relief valve?
  • How often should a pressure relief valve be serviced?
  • What are the benefits of soft seat valves versus metal seat designs?
  • When must I specify a lifting lever on a Pressure Relief Valve?
  • When must I specify the use of a Balanced Bellows pressure relief valve?
  • When should I specify a pilot operated relief valve?
Regulator and Relief Devices
Office of Pipeline Safety
This chapter contains a simplified description of the pipeline safety requirements. The complete text can be found in 49 CFR Part 192.

Calculating Relief Valves Under The New ASHRAE 15 Rules
International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration
Between the 1994 and 2001 editions of the ASHRAE 15 standard, there were substantial changes in the method for calculating allowable length for relief discharge piping. These have confused and upset many people in the industry, including my fellow IIAR members. This short note is a simple example of how to perform calculations under the new rules.

*Continue reading at...Useful Documents Related to Pressure Relief Valve (PRV) - Part 2

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posted by Webworm, 1:03 AM

2 Comments:

Blogger Rafael said...

Excellent compilation. Perhaps you could upload some experts from API 520/521 sizing methods...

April 3, 2008 at 12:19 PM  
Anonymous gas plumbing said...

These valves are functioned to maintain a relatively fixed outlet pressure within a certain extent of flow. Offered in different specifications, these valves are used in a host of industrial applications.

June 25, 2012 at 8:31 AM  

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