2017 AIChE Spring Meeting on Process Safety

Join Us at Booth #331

When: March 26-30, 2017
Where: Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, TX

The AIChE Spring Meeting is the technical conference for practicing chemical engineers. Come by and visit us at Booth #331 to view the latest innovations in process safety and risk management.


Authors in attendance

Jordi Dunjó, Ph.D.

Jordi Dunjó, Ph.D.
Principal Consultant, ioMosaic Corp

Author of A Risk-Based Approach for Predicting Domino Effects Due to Fires - Combining Exceedance Curves with Thermal Stress Dynamic Analysis.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
Room 217BC (Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center)

Dr. Dunjó is experienced with quantitatively evaluating the risk of chemical, petroleum and pharmaceutical process facilities. He also focuses on performing pressure relief and flare systems (PRFS) design and evaluation of reactive and non-reactive chemical, petroleum and pharmaceutical systems. Prior to joining ioMosaic, Dr. Dunjó was a Process Safety Consultant at the Swiss Institute of Safety & Security (swissi) in Barcelona, Catalonia. He conducted and participated in numerous risk management and quantitative risk assessment studies, reactive chemical evaluations, and developed several related process safety studies for the Catalan Government.


Michelle Murphy

Michelle Murphy
Partner, ioKinetic, LLC

Author of Model-Based Pressure Relief Design for Reactive Systems.

Monday, March 27, 2017
Exhibit Hall 3 (Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center)

Ms. Murphy expertise includes combustible dust hazard management, reactive chemical evaluation, kinetic modeling, reactive vent size evaluation, process safety management, and process hazard analysis (PHA). Her process safety work has been conducted throughout the chemical and oil and gas industries, including specialty chemical, pharmaceutical, plastics, oil production and refining, as well as agricultural processing facilities. Prior to ioMosaic, Ms. Murphy was a manager at Arthur D. Little, Inc. where she worked for 10 years in process safety and risk management. Prior to that Ms. Murphy worked as an engineer in the Butyl Polymers Technology Group of Exxon Chemical Corporation.


Dona Chakra

Dona Chakra
Safety and Risk Management Analyst, ioMosaic Corp

Author of Dynamic Modeling of Inbreathing Requirements for Low-Pressure Storage Tanks.

Monday, March 27, 2017
Exhibit Hall 3 (Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center)

Ms. Chakra is focused on pressure relief and flare system design and analysis for large chemical, petrochemical and public utilities companies. She is knowledgable and experienced with different standard systems such as API, SEVESO, and CPR. Ms. Chakra uses dynamic calculations to model complex relief scenarios, performs analysis of relief requirements and relief system capacities, and knowledgeable in isometric sketching and drawing interpretations.

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