2011 Continuing Education Course – Design Considerations for Pressure Relief Systems
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Please join us for a new effort to provide continued education, dinner, and a great opportunity to network with old and new colleagues. This is the second process safety meeting and is a good opportunity to learn more about a very important topic – process safety and for Professional Engineers to earn 2 PDH (Professional Development Hours) credits which are required by many states including Pennsylvania to retain PE active status. The session will include a workshop designed to provide hands on training with important process safety analysis techniques.
Linda and Bob will discuss considerations in the design of pressure relief systems. They will cover the applicability of the various codes and standards for the design of relief valves and rupture disks. They will cover design case assessment – fire, tube rupture, liquid and vapor expansion, and two-phase flow scenarios. The session will include the design of discharge collection systems, manifolding, and ‘bump’ tanks.
Linda Tamburro – Technical Professional
|Date:||Thursday February 17. 2011
5:30 PM – Registration
|Directions:|| Cross the bridge over the Schuylkill River into Conshohocken on Fayette Street. Make first right over the bridge on E. Elm Street. Make 2nd right on Ash Street, cross RR tracks, Pass the Residence Inn on your right, then 3 tower bridge is on your right. Come to the 3rd floor receptionist.
Mixed green salad
|Cost:||$35.00 per non-member
$30.00 per DVS member
|| Please confirm your attendance no later than February 14, 2011.
Cancellations received on or before February 14, 2011 will be fully refunded.
Registration for this event is closed.
For questions please contact Bob Moser at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-530-7823.