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DIERS methodology

Methodology for designing emergency relief systems for runaway reactions in case of two phase vapor-liquid flow, where generally larger relief areas are necessary in comparison with all vapor flow.

DIERS it is the Design Institute for Emergency Relief Systems; which is under auspices of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers founded to investigate design requirements for vent lines in the case of two-phase venting.

References:

  • HarsNet,  HarsBook, A technical guide for the assessment of highly reactive chemical systems, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt, 2002.
 

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