WEBINAR - Explosion modelling in onshore facilities: Considerations for congested and confined regions

Join this webinar to learn best practices in explosion modelling for onshore facilities



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Current explosion modelling science (e.g. the TNO Multi Energy and Baker Strehlow Tang method) emphasizes the primary role congested and confined regions in process plants play as key drivers of explosions. The higher the level of congestion and/or confinement, the stronger the resulting blast wave, and vice versa.

What are the key considerations to take into account when modelling explosion hazards in congested and confined regions of onshore facilities?

Join this webinar to:

  • Explore approaches to identifying and specifying regions of congested and confinement regarding size and attributes
  • Look at how these can be modelled in the context of consequence analysis, quantitative risk analysis (QRA) or explosion risk analysis studies using industry standard software
  • Examine how any uncertainties in defining these areas can be taken into account

The webinar content will be presented twice to accommodate participants from different time zones. Join the most convenient for you:

Session 1:

  • 9:30 AM London time
  • 10:30 AM Paris time
  • 12:30 AM Dubai time
  • 4:30 PM Beijing / Perth / Singapore time

Session 2:

  • 9:00 AM Houston time / Central US Canada time
  • 3:00 PM London time
  • 4:00 PM Paris time
  • 6:00 PM Dubai time
REGISTER HERE REGISTRATION Webinar: Explosion modelling in onshore facilities - 22 June 2016