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Aspen Flare System Analyzer, AFSA (formerly FLARENET) enables engineers to perform steady-state design, rating, or debottlenecking of single or multiple flare and vent systems. AFSA may calculate minimum sizes for new flare systems or evaluate alternatives to remove bottlenecks in existing relief networks and can be used to identify potentially dangerous relief scenarios during design phase or current operational scenarios.

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