Learn the DIERS methodology for proper sizing of safety relief systems for two-phase vapor-liquid flow for flashing or frozen, viscous or nonviscous fluids. An inaccurate model for flow through a valve/nozzle could result in either undersizing or oversizing the valve. If undersized, the valve will have insufficient capacity to prevent overpressuring of the vessel. An oversized valve can also have negative consequences. To minimize the potential for unacceptable risk, it is of particular importance to ensure the design will either avoid or accommodate the two-phase vapor-liquid flow. In this 60-minute webinar, an overview of the appropriate models for Emergency Relief System (ERS) design for two-phase vapor-liquid flow is presented, along with a discussion of the conditions under which each gives reliable results. The DIERS ERS design methodology is demonstrated utilizing selected sample problems.
These webinars are designed for chemical engineers involved in pressure relief and flare system design, chemical reactions, and those safety-related professionals interested in advancing their knowledge on process safety and risk assessment.
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