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PGS 29 and VLAREM III under the microscope: strength of a tank pit wall

By |2024-07-12T08:45:51+01:00July3rd, 2024|.

Specific technical requirements for tank pit walls according to PGS 29 and VLAREM III The function of tank pit walls In the world of industrial safety , the reliability of tank pit walls plays a crucial role, especially when storing hazardous liquids. The Hazardous Substances Publication Series 29, better known as PGS 29, is the guideline for the safe [...]

HAZOP, LOPA and PHA assessment methods - the choice is vast

By |2024-06-12T20:38:05+01:00November 30th, 2023|

HAZOP By Krishni Arumugam and Enrico Lammers There are many types of risk analysis techniques such as: HAZOP, LOPA, SWIFT and many more. Academic articles like Hazard Evaluation Techniques, on selecting the right process safety risk assessment methods, are interesting reading for a process safety engineer. Let's take this long term for the [...].

The ins and outs of the Safety Lifecycle part 3: the importance of the Implementation Phase

By |2023-03-09T11:22:09+01:00September10th, 2021|.

The importance of the Implementation Phase This is a sequel to the blogs in a series of the Safety Lifecycle that EnricoLammers and I wrote in preparation of my keynote at the PS congress, October 1st in the Netherlands. In this third blog I want to elaborate further on the second phase [...]

Opposite molecules turn distillation upside down

By |2021-12-18T09:03:31+01:00july4th, 2016|.

'Counterpolar molecules turn distillation on its head' One of the most widely used separation methods in the chemical process industry is distillation. Still. The technology has been used by the Greeks since the beginning of the era. In the 19th century, the first continuous distillation column was shown, where it was mainly used to separate the [...].

A light-hearted energy waster

By |2021-12-18T09:05:56+01:00april4th, 2016|.

Some time ago I was a guest at an energy efficiency day and saw, among other things, a presentation on the effect of air bubbles in a sewage pump's water flow on energy consumption. Something that (even) I, as a seasoned process engineer, had never given much thought to before. Of course, as an engineer, I do know that [...]

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