OSHA has recognized Design Institute for Emergency Relief System (DIERS) methods as good engineering practice for process safety management of highly hazardous materials.
Applying DIERS technology in your facility
Here’s a preview of what you’ll learn:
- Emergency relief system design – an overview
- A detailed look at the DIERS methods
- State-of-the-art venting and flow technology
- How to handle runaway reactions – especially under two-phase flow conditions
- Using computational methods for real-world problems
You should attend if …
Arthur Shaw was chairman of the Mathematical Modeling ERS Committee of the DIERS Users Group and contributing author of the AIChE/DIERS Project Manual and two AIChE/DIERS books. After a 28-year career with Monsanto Corporation, he joined ioMosaic Corporation where he is currently a principal engineer.
There will be two instructors at each course from the four listed above.
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October 21-23, 2013
Chicago, IL, US
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