Engineered Safety Systems and Mitigation Technologies I | AIChE

Engineered Safety Systems and Mitigation Technologies I


Saraf, S., Exponent, Inc.


Wolf-Stokes, E., The Chemours Company

Engineered systems are implemented to maintain safe operations and prevent adverse outcomes. Engineered safety systems and other mitigation technologies are diverse in their nature and function and may include mechanical pressure relief systems, automated response systems, or execution of operating procedures, or passive mitigation such as drain systems or fire protection. There are two critical aspects of managing engineered safeguards: establishing safeguards based on relationship between the hazard and its prevention or mitigation which may include design and sizing requirements; and sustaining and assuring safeguards which may include reliability of performance and maintenance requirements. This session invites speakers to share their knowledge on safeguard stewardship, new applications, best practices, case studies, and lessons learned.



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