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Risk analysis of flare flame-out condition in a gas process facility

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posted on 2023-05-18, 03:36 authored by Zadakbar, O, Rouzbeh AbbassiRouzbeh Abbassi, Faisal KhanFaisal Khan, Karimpour, K, Golshani, M, Vatani, A
Flaring is a common method of disposal of flammable waste gases in the downstream industries. Flare flame out (flame lift-off or blow-outs) often occurs causing toxic vapors to discharge. The toxic gases released may have hazardous effects on the surrounding environment. To study the effect of inhalation exposure of these toxic gases on human health, the four steps of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) framework with the field data to quantify the cancer and non-cancer health risks are integrated in this paper. As a part of exposure assessment, gas dispersion modeling using AERMOD and UDM-PHAST is applied in two different conditions of normal flaring and flare flame out during a particular climate condition in Khangiran region. Recommendations to avoid flare flame out conditions are also presented here. © 2011, IFP Energies nouvelles.

History

Publication title

Oil and Gas Science and Technology

Volume

66

Pagination

521-530

ISSN

1294-4475

Department/School

Australian Maritime College

Publisher

Editions Technip

Place of publication

27 Rue Ginoux, Paris 15, France, 75737

Rights statement

Copyright 2011 IFP Energies nouvelles

Repository Status

  • Restricted

Socio-economic Objectives

Air quality