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Take a quicker approach to staggered blowdown

04.01.2013  |  Khan, M. S. ,  WorleyParsons, Muscat, Oman

Keywords: [safety] [flare] [relief valves]

The design of a reliable blowdown system for a large sour gas-processing facility is one of the most important aspects of plant design. Safe design is vital for facility operation. With the development of advanced plant design techniques and the evolution of sophisticated engineering programs, large, complex plants processing highly sour gas are being built that require larger flare systems and more precise blowdown system design.

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Good Article.

However, one question. In case of instrument air failure what going to keep the ESVs and BDVs operative for a staggered blowdown?

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