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The wide range of safety systems that exist are designed to prevent or limit the consequences of a major accident. For example, blast/fire walls, shutdown/blowdown valves, gas detection systems etc.
In the design of process facilities – refineries, chemical plants, offshore installations etc. – demonstrating the benefit of these systems is often a key requirement in justifying their use.
Efficiently modelling and demonstrating the safety impact of such systems in a direct and fully integrated manner has however always posed a challenge. Current approaches involve using multiple applications, passing data between tools and the use of simplifying assumptions.
Join this webinar to learn:
- How to demonstrate the safety impact of isolation/blowdown systems in your process facility
- How to demonstrate the benefits of safety systems related to potential risk reduction measures in your process facility
- How to efficiently model the safety impact of isolation and blowdown systems using the latest release of Phast process hazard analysis software
When:19 April 2018. This webinar is broadcasted twice, at 10-11am CET and 4pm-5pm CET. Please choose the time that suits your best.
Jan Stene, Principal Mathematical Modeller
Michael Harper, Senior Principal Mathematical Modeller