Ensure the Safety of Your Plant
VISUAL FLARE™ Safety Relief Design is a rigorous, steady-state simulator used to design, rate and analyze oil and gas flare networks. The application provides safer design and operation for engineers while also providing reduced capital and operating cost.
Design Better Relief Systems
VISUAL FLARE Safety Relief Design provides fast, reliable, and accurate solutions for applications that range from line sizing to the rating of complex relief systems. Process and safety engineers can design, rate, and analyze processes with this rigorous, steady state simulator.
VISUAL FLARE Safety Relief Design handles the toughest single and multiphase fluid-flow systems by using point-by-point thermodynamics and pressure drop calculations. Rigorous flow models of utility networks ensure reduced capital costs and improved plant operation.
A simple flow diagram describes the overall system structure with point-and-click access to data entry menus. Complex piping isometrics can be defined using the interactive drawing tool. Users can also import streams directly from PRO/II Process Engineering.
Safety and Regulatory Compliance
VISUAL FLARE Safety Relief Design provides a comprehensive model of the plant’s flare relief systems with full documentation of the network structure, control systems and strategy, and maximum relief rate capacities. VISUAL FLARE Safety Relief Design is also DIERS compliant, attaining results within tolerance on all DIERS benchmark case.
Integration with Excel
VISUAL FLARE Safety Relief Design simulations can be controlled and modified from an Excel interface constructed through a drag-and-drop interface. This allows the simulation to be used by anyone, even people not familiar with constructing a model, expanding usage and enhancing the return on investment.
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Mar 13, 2023 - Mar 16, 2023
2023 AIChE Spring Meeting and 19th Global Congress on Process Safety
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AMI Chemical Recycling 2023
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