Emergency Relief System Design Workflow

This PSE module performs efficient tracking of process safety related data and analysis. A customized workflow allows for a specific operating unit or the entire facility to be studied and evaluated for compliance.

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This module integrates Process Safety Enterprise® and SuperChems™ equipping pressure relief safety professionals and operating companies with a complete emergency relief systems (ERS) life-cycle management solution.

Detailed pressure relief valve reports, ERS reports and supporting documentation are managed on one accessible platform meeting industry and corporate recommended compliance practices and standards.


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Consequences of Overpressure

Existing pressure relief and flare systems may be overloaded because of prior unit expansions / upgrades have increased the load on the flare for combined flaring scenarios beyond the original design intentions. This paper provides a general framework for evaluating and maximizing available flare systems capacity, and investigates criteria and approaches for determining a tolerable risk event for flare systems.

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Relief Systems Audit Case Study

A large refinery desired to conduct a third-party audit of their emergency relief systems to ensure that the methodology and engineering analysis used in the design of their emergency relief systems was adequate, conformed to RAGAGEP, and was being performed consistently without significant systemic errors. The audit scope covered two units within the refinery, and considered both individual relief devices, and entire flare systems.

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A multinational energy company wanted to complete an evaluation of a PRV system in order to comply with the PSM standard OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 which requires that employers compile information pertaining to the equipment in the process, including relief system design and design basis. 
An LNG manufacturer had four nearly identical trains with three flare header systems. The client decided they wanted to use a new and more stringent criteria than previously performed under a different design criterion. The large scope and tedious nature of the data entry was a challenge since all calculations needed to be checked to determine the maximum pressure each flare pipe line would be exposed to.
A leading producer of chemicals and related products needed an evaluation of their Light Olefins Unit to ensure compliance with the OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 PSM standard.

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Process Safety Enterprise® Can Help

Process Safety Enterprise® is a comprehensive process safety management lifecycle platform designed to streamline and store data, documents, and workflows across multiple facilities using one platform. Paired with ioMosaic’s data hosting services, clients can ensure their data is secure, centralized, and accessible.

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