Process Safeguarding (Safety in Process Design)

Atharva Proctek
In Pune

Rs 40,000
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  • Training
  • Pune
  • Duration:
    3 Days
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

Training in Process Safeguarding (Safety in Process Design) covers a wide range of subjects with many applications in hydrocarbons and chemical processing. As the name suggests it addresses the process engineering and safeguarding aspects of processing equipment/units. The process design safety orientation of the participation results in safe process designs.
Suitable for: This training is ideal for HSE engineers, process engineers, mechanical and piping engineers, instrumentation and automation engineers, project engineers and managers, operations and maintenance engineers.

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Starts Location
Flexible
Pune
Atharva Proctek,Karvenagar, PUNE, 411052, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme




· OVERVIEW OF PROCESS DESIGN OF P&I DIAGRAMS AND VARIOUS PROCESS SYSTEMS

· INTRODUCTION

-Basic Concepts:

o Pressures in Process Design and Mechanical Pressure System Design

o Pressures in Design of relief Systems/Devices

o Temperatures in Design

o Temperature and Pressure vs. Mechanical Design of a Pressure Vessel

o Determining the Pressure System

o Determining the Design Pressure (Upper Design Pressure)


-General Principles of Defence against Overpressure

o Simultaneous Occurrence of Overpressure Cases

o Effect of Operator response

o Overpressure Protection by Instruments

o The Role of Check Valves (Non-Return Valves)

o The Role of Locking Systems on Block Valves

o The Effect of Automatic Control


· DESCRIPTION OF THE FINAL SAFEGUARDING ELEMENTS


- Determination of Individual Relief Cases

o Electrical Power Failure

o Total Cooling Water Failure

o Total Instrument Air Failure

o Inadvertent Valve Opening

o Blocked Outlet

o Other Failure

o Fire

o Thermal Expansion


-Depressuring Systems

o Emergency Depressuring (EDP) Systems

o Depressuring Systems for Process Safeguarding/Operating Reasons

o Emergency Depressuring Rates versus API-521 Guidelines


-Safeguarding by Instrumentation

o Classification and implementation of instrumented protective functions

o Examples of IPF initiating elements

· INTERFACES WITH OTHER PLANT SECTIONS

· PRESSURE RELIEF AND DISPOSAL SYSTEMS

-Pressure Relief Devices

o Definition of Terms

o Types and Sizes of Pressure Relief Devices

o Arrangement of Pressure Relief Valves

-Disposal Systems

o Flare Systems

o Venting to Atmosphere

o Disposal Back into Process or Storage

· SAFEGUARDING MEMORANDUM AND PROCESS SAFEGUARDING FLOW DIAGRAM

· CALCULATION PROCEDURES


-Calculation of Flow through Control Valves and Globe Valves

o Control Valves

o Globe Valves

o Preliminary Estimate of the Size of Control Valve and Bypass Valve


Calculation of Potential Pressure Wave during Heat Exchanger Tube Rupture

Calculation of Flow from a Ruptured Tube

- Sizing of Depressuring Valves

o General

o System Inventory

o Vapour from Liquid Vaporization by Fire

o Vapour from Liquid Flash due to Depressuring

o Calculation of Vapour Produced by Fire and Liquid Flash

o Vapour from Density Change

o Calculation of the Initial Depressuring Flow Rate and Sizing of the Valve


· LOW TEMPERATURE CONSIDERATIONS DURING DEPRESSURING

o Low Temperatures in Equipment being Depressured

o Low Temperatures in Depressuring Valve and downstream Piping during

o Depressuring

Workshops will be included throughout the training.

Additional information

Payment options:

Rs. 30,000/- per participant. Concession of Rs. 5,000 in total fees can be availed for every additional participant from the same group. Fees includes working lunches, tea/coffee and snacks. Participants' transport and accommodation is excluded though we can arrange for these on request at additional cost.


Students per class: 10

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