Learn the DIERS methodology for vent containment design and evaluation of Emergency Relief Systems (ERS). Atmospheric discharge of flammable and/or toxic materials can be hazardous and can cause potential damage to facilities, communities, and the surrounding environments. Proper design and implementation of emergency relief systems where chemical reactors and process storage vessels effluents are treated before being vented to the atmosphere can minimize and preventing incidents. This 60-minute webinar examines pressure relief and effluent handling practices and contingencies for vent containment design and analysis. Understand the requirements of safe discharge location requirements and the significance of effluent handling and vent containment and key considerations when it comes to the disposal, collecting, and treating of vapors, gases, and liquids for ERS design. Phase separation and partial containment as well as the impact of quenching are also discussed in-depth. Real life examples using DIERS methodology are demonstrated to enrich learning.
Monday, March 8, 2021
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
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.
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.
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.