DIERS Technology Fundamentals II Webinar

DIERS Technology Fundamentals II

How confident are you when it comes to evaluating emergency relief systems design for runaway reactions? Are you aware of the factors that impact reaction rates and the role of thermal stability? What methodology is most effective for analyzing process chemistry and thermochemistry? Understanding process chemistry is key to reducing the risk of runaway reaction incidents. Failure to adequately understand and assess process chemistry and thermochemistry can result in erroneous scale-up as well as erroneous sizing/evaluation for relief systems. 

Attend this complimentary 60-minute webinar for the second installment of DIERS Technology Fundamentals on how a methodology developed by the AIChE Design Institute for Emergency Relief Systems (DIERS) for the design and operations of pressure relief and effluent handling systems improves process safety.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021 @ 9:00 pm EST
AIChE's Virtual Local Section


  • Runaway reactions characterization methods 
  • Thermal stability indicators
  • Two-phase flow methods 
  • Methods for sizing relief systems for runaway reactions

Who Should Attend

This 60-minute program is designed for chemical engineers interested in pressure relief and flare systems design, chemical reaction systems, process safety, and risk analysis.

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Our Presenters

  • Georges Melhem

    President & CEO

    The founder of ioMosaic and internationally renowned expert in the areas of pressure relief and flare systems design, chemical reaction systems, process safety and risk analysis. Read more...

Fees: Free
Type: Webinar
Language: English
Skill Level: Beginner
PDHs: 1.00
CEUs: 0.1

Have Questions?

Contact: Lisa Ruth
Email: ruth.l.tx@iomosaic.com
Tel: 713.490.5220

Training Benefits

Top instructors with extensive global, industry, technical and litigation experience. You will receive clear, practical and real world recommendations on how to get and stay compliant with local and worldwide regulations.