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Energies, Vol. 10, Pages 1236: Improving Tube Design of a Problematic Heat Exchanger for Enhanced Safety at Minimal Costs
Energies, Vol. 10, Pages 1236: Improving Tube Design of a Problematic Heat Exchanger for Enhanced Safety at Minimal Costs Energies doi: 10.3390/en10081236 Authors: In-Bok Lee Seunghee Park As part of a preliminary hazard analysis for a new phenol plant, the results of a hazard and o more
The influence of hydrophilic properties on the venting of foamy three phase systems
The correct design of a safety valve or rupture disk can only be done if predictions on the venting behavior can be made. To date, those predictions have limitations with regard to foaming or highly viscous systems. An experimental study is presented that describes the influence of hydrophilic par more
The PSV That Did Not Fail—Misconceptions About PSVs
Pressure relief devices generally represent the last line of defense for a pressure vessel in a chemical plant during abnormal situations. The article title comes from the numerous times the author heard that “a pressure safety device had failed” when the person making this statement was in essenc more