Vent Containment Design for Emergency Relief Systems | AIChE

Vent Containment Design for Emergency Relief Systems

Emergency relief discharge from a chemical reactor or a process storage vessel will often need treatment before it can be vented to the atmosphere. The discharge of flammable and/or toxic materials can create fire and explosion hazards as well as toxicity hazards both on-site and off-site. Potential environmental impact can also lead to large cleanup and restoration costs. Two-phase discharges are more challenging than all vapor discharges.

 To learn more about the use of vent containment as a more versatile approach to reducing two-phase relief risks, download this complementary white paper written by G. A. Melhem, Ph.D., FAIChE today. 

 

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