Computer-based aids for pressure relief contingency assessment

R. K. Tanner

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Abstract

Assessing relief contingencies is the most difficult task in pressure relief design and the techniques involved are not well described in the literature. Computer-based aids have been developed for identifying and quantifying contingencies. The advantages of these aids are in providing assistance to engineers not expert in the field and in allowing contingencies to be recognized, quantified and possibly eliminated early in the design process.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInstitution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series
Pages467-480
Number of pages14
Edition134
Publication statusPublished - 1994
EventProceedings of the Conference on Hazards XII: European Advances in Process Safety - Manchester, UK
Duration: 19 Apr 199421 Apr 1994

Conference

ConferenceProceedings of the Conference on Hazards XII: European Advances in Process Safety
CityManchester, UK
Period19/04/9421/04/94

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    Tanner, R. K. (1994). Computer-based aids for pressure relief contingency assessment. In Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series (134 ed., pp. 467-480)