Flare System Process Design Manual by FLUOR DANIEL


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API RP 521 Guide for Pressure Relief and Depressuring Systems This recommended practice has also been accepted as an authoritative set of rules. Its application is for design of a relief system to safely dispose of the individual relief loads established by designs conforming to API RP 520. 05 kg/cm2 G). 7 American Society For Testing Materials (ASTM) A320 Specification for Alloy-Steel Bolting Materials for Low Temperature Service. 4 Classification and Application of Welded Joints for Machinery and Equipment.

10 Engineering Documentation As mentioned earlier, design of pressure relief systems is sensitive to processing conditions, processing rates, equipment size and equipment configuration. Whenever a change in a unit’s operation or equipment is planned, the effect upon pressure relief system design must be evaluated. A key factor in being able to perform these evaluations is availability of engineering records. Pressure relief system design is complex, and unless detailed engineering records of the existing systems are kept, it is often prohibitive, both in terms of cost and time, to reassemble all the process and mechanical data required and to recreate process relief calculations every time the design basis for a pressure relief system needs to be reviewed.

System assessment consists of a review of the process design to identify where relief system requirements may affect design pressures, plot plans or other basic design specifications. Key information required: Process H & M Balances and PFD. ) Design Pressures and Temperature Unit Process Engineer Control Systems Engineer Mechanical Engineer Piping Engineer Consider pump/compressor shutoff heads, additional throughput, and potential relief cases. ) Relief Stream Disposal Unit Process Engineer Environmental Engineer Define needs for recovery systems, flares, etc.

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