By A. W. Cox, Frank P. Lees, M. L. Ang
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It is envisioned that such guidance would be the practical outcome of the work. Work has also been done within the project on the effect on hazard distances of fluid properties, operating conditions and hole size. Sets of representative flammable fluids and of models for emission, vaporisation and dispersion have been defined. These have been used in conjunction with a set of arbitrarily defined hole sizes to explore hazard distances and to compare the hazard distances for different fluids given in different codes.
The constant A is a function of the wind speed and the stability. In terms of the Pasquill stability categories and for SI units the values of A and n. 15) where k is the thermal conductivity of the substrate (kW/rn K), Tg the temperature of the ground (K), TL the temperature of the liquid (K), Xthe surface correction factor and a the thermal diffusivity of the substrate (m2/s). 16) where c is the volumetric concentration (rn3/rn3), d0 the diameter of the outlet (rn), x the distance along the centreline (m), p0 the density of air (kg/rn3), p0 the density of gas at the outlet (kg/rn3) and subscript c/is centreline and o outlet.
From these profiles it is possible to make estimates of the ratios of particular types of equipment and to build up a plant profile. PLANT PROFILES FROM MATERIAL RUNOFFS Further information is available from material runoffs and this also is described in Appendix 5. An account of the pipework and fittings size distribution for a set of plants has been given by Hooper (1982). In addition, a study has also been made by the authors of the inventory of certain principal items, namely pipe lengths and number of flanges, valves and pumps on two major plants, one a medium sized chemical plant and one an oil production platform.