Consequence Modeling

  • Type:
    Conference Presentation
  • Conference Type:
    AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
  • Presentation Date:
    April 27, 2009
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Consequence modeling has evolved as a result of accident investigations, government regulations, and the maturation of process hazards analysis and quantitative risk assessment. This session provides examples of where the state-of-the-art currently is.

Please Note: Consequence Modeling -- Spring Meeting 2009 includes the following recorded presentations:

· Introductory Remarks

· Development of Algorithms for Predicting Ignition Probabilities and Explosion Frequencies

· On the Use of Consequence Models for Accident Investigations

· A Versatile Approach to Explosion Vent Design for Enclosures Handling Flammable Vapors

· Consequence Modeling Lack of Accuracy and Its Effects on Quantitative Risk Analysis Results

· Advanced CFD Modeling On Vapor Dispersion and VCE

· NASFM Project on LNG Vapor Dispersion and Source Term Modeling

· Concluding Remarks

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