Emergency Relief Systems (ERS) Design Using DIERS Technology - December-2012

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Advanced Emergency Relief Systems Design Using DIERS Technology

Course ID: 
CH173
Course Type: 
Instructor-led (classroom) Course
Course Length: 
3 Days

OSHA has recognized Design Institute for Emergency Relief System (DIERS) methods as good engineering practice for process safety management of highly hazardous materials.

If you’re responsible for the safe handling of the effluent from relief systems, this course will teach you how to apply the DIERS techniques for providing adequate pressure relief for runaway reactions and other pressure-producing events.
 

Applying DIERS technology in your facility

This course covers the Design Institute for Emergency Relief Systems (DIERS) techniques for providing adequate pressure relief for runaway reactions and other pressure-producing events that result in two-phase flow.
Each participant receives the texts: Emergency Relief Systems Design Using DIERS Technology (published by AIChE), and Guidelines for Pressure Relief and Effluent Handling Systems (published by CCPS and includes CCflow computer routines).
Continuing Education Units: 
2.3
Professional Development Hours
23.0 PDHs
Instructor(s): 

Pricing

AIChE Members $1,695
AIChE Grad Student Members $847.50
AIChE Undergrad Student Members $847.50
Non-Members* $1,895
Training 10 or More? Volume Pricing is available. Send an e-mail to

edu@aiche.org for more information.

* AIChE Membership is just $199 a year. For more information on becoming an AIChE member click here.

If you are interested in scheduling this course for In-Company Training, please complete the Request for Proposal Form and we will e-mail you a proposal.
 

Registration

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