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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.
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|