This learning module demonstrates how to use SuperChems™, a component of Process Safety Office®, to ensure safe relief in the event of a runaway reaction. An incident as reported by the CSB that occurred at T2 Laboratories in December 2007 serves as the basis for the SuperChems™ demonstration.
SuperChems™ is able to define the scenario parameters, including the vessel, mixture, reaction, piping layout, and relief device in order to evaluate events such as this runaway reaction.
In this example, the scenario parameters of a Di-tetra-butyl peroxide (DTBP) decomposition reaction are defined and the relief device’s capabilities for relief are compared at different set pressures (100 psig and 20 psig) and modes of relief (2-phase and vapor). Data sets are generated for all runs of the model in table format. Tools are available to view multiple data sets, which include pressure vs. time, temperature vs. time, and mass flow rate vs. time.
This learning module shows how SuperChems™ is able to assist in properly designing relief valves and mitigate catastrophic events.
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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.
Classroom Training: Attend courses at one of international training centers. Content is a combination of lecture, discussion, case studies, and practice.
Online Training: Take courses at your own pace. Content is a combination of text, video, audio, chat, quizzes, and assessments, delivered via Process Safety Learning®.
Hybrid Training: This training is a combination of both methods.
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