Oct. 18, 2006


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The methodologies for performing hazard assessment following a loss of containment of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) are fairly standardized for land-based facilities. However, there is disagreement, even amongst the experts, on the events following LNG spill on water. This presentation discusses sophisticated modeling techniques for analyzing consequences of LNG release on water. The results from such consequence modeling form the basis for assessing societal risks posed by LNG terminals and carriers. Therefore, it is extremely important to perform a detailed estimation of the hazard zones. This presentation will focus on advanced consequence analysis techniques for modeling LNG release from tankers on water. In addition, it will also discuss quantifying LNG hazards such as Rapid Phase Transitions (RPTs) and thermal radiation from fire.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Sanjeev Saraf, Ph. D.
Partner ioMosaic Corporation MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED Dr. Saraf is currently a partner at ioMosaic Corporation. Dr. Saraf holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University where he worked at the Mary Kay O''Connor Process Safety Center (MKOPSC). Dr. Saraf''s areas of specialty include process safety management, consequence …

Partner
ioMosaic Corporation

MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED





Dr. Saraf is currently a partner at ioMosaic Corporation. Dr. Saraf holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University where he worked at the Mary Kay O''Connor Process Safety Center (MKOPSC).


Dr. Saraf''s areas of specialty include process safety management, consequence modeling, reactivity hazard assessment, calorimetric studies, and molecular modeling. He has worked on several industrial and government projects dealing with safety and risk assessment of chemicals.


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Organizer

George Holliday


Date and Time

Wed, Oct. 18, 2006

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


Location

BraeBurn Country Club

8801 Bissonnet
Houston, Texas 77074
U.S.