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Practical Pressure Relief and Flare System Design

April 7-9, 2014 (Houston, Texas)

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Practical Pressure Relief and Flare System Design was developed with the objective of offering operating companies, engineering firms, and regulatory authorities a structured training program for a wide range of pressure relief and flare system design, risk management, and compliance issues. The program offers three core modules and an elective (Auditing Pressure Relief and Flare System Design) directed toward more complex pressure relief and flare system design challenges and methodologies.

Facilitator

Ken McLeod

Topics

  • Codes and practices
  • Application of pressure relief devices
  • Pressure relief and flare system design heuristic
  • Pressure relief and flare system contingencies
  • Steady state design calculations
  • Relief device sizing
  • Effluent handling
  • Operational considerations and pressure relief and flare system data management

Participants

This module is ideally suited to process industry professionals involved in the design and review of emergency relief requirements for non-reactive systems.

Fee

$1,195 (2.5 day course)
$1,295 (3 day course includes Auditing Pressure Relief and Flare System Design)

2.5 day course schedule

Monday 8:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am-12:00pm

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  •  Training Location

    ioMosaic Houston Office

    2401 FountainView Dr.
    Suite 510
    Houston, TX 77057
    Tel: 713.490.5220
    Fax: 832.553.7283