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The course aims to give students an in-depth treatment of the critical technical aspects of loss of containment including factors leading to loss of containment and consequence modelling.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
of fires and explosions is covered with basic models describing their
characteristics. Thermal radiation is
reviewed and modelled. Source and
dispersion models for single and multi-phase systems are presented. Models for low temperatures generated on
blowdown/expansion are presented. Fluid
flow in networks is analysed focussing on fire water systems and flare/blowdown
networks. Toxicity & dispersion are
reviewed and extended.
containment statistics are reviewed with critical plant and equipment. Industry codes and standards are
reviewed. The key area of HP/LP
interfaces is covered. Gas blowby
examples and case studies are presented.
Identification and quantification of loss of containment scenarios are
presented and analysed.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
2x online open book exam (40% each)
There are no assessments for this course.
|Knowledge Level||Thinking Skill||Outcome|
|Procedural||Understand||•Fire and explosion characteristics•Loss of containment•Venting and flaring•Low temperature effects•Hydraulic network analysis•HP/LP Interface management|
|Reflection||Evaluate||•Model fires, explosions, blowdown and networks•Calculate release rates•Design a protective system•Identify HP/LP interfaces on PIDs|
|Conceptual||Apply||•Identification of loss of containment events•Consequence modelling|