The aim of project and operational risk management is to identify and minimize the impact of risk on the project and operations. Since risks are uncertain events organizations will always attempt to reduce their exposure to these uncertain events through risk management. And Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) is one of the formal risk management process conducted during all project life cycle phases to manage and control risks.
However, accurate prediction of the atmospheric dispersion of vapours as well as pool spreading and pressurized liquid releases are central to performing a thorough quantitative risk analysis. The key to such accuracy can only be achieved if a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) validated software such as KFX EXSIM is deployed. KFX EXSIM is not only the most powerful CFD tool for the precise prediction of QRA models but can also be used to conduct Structural Response Analysis to fire loads.
- Introduction – KFX Essentials
- KFX Interface
- EXSIM Interface
- Import of commercial CAD geometry models to KFX
- Simulation of gas Jet Releases, Fires and Dispersion
- Simulation of Liquid and Two-Phase Releases and Fires
- Placing Bullet Monitors for Radiation Flux Field Studies
- Placing Pressure and Load Monitors
- Fire Mitigation by Water Systems and Deluge
- Result Presentation
- Acquire the skills needed to conduct simulation of gas jet releases, fires and dispersion
- Demonstrate expertise in simulation of liquid and two phase releases and fires
- Gain the knowledge required to simulate gas explosions and its impact
- Understand how to evaluate fire mitigation by water deluge systems
Persons responsible for overseeing process safety and PHA studies in their organization. This include but not limited to the following group of persons:
- Engineers, Supervisors and Managers
- Persons aspiring to be PHA Team Leaders & Scribes
- Process Safety Experts
- Loss Prevention Specialists
- Health & Safety Professionals
There is no prerequisite for this course or any previous knowledge of Computational Fluid Dynamics. However, it is recommended to have a strong technical background such as a degree in engineering or science.
OVERVIEW OF DELIVERY MODE
The mode of delivery of all our courses is Online through Video Conferencing except the Quantitative Risk Analysis course where the mode of delivery is face-to-face. You will be taught through a live and interactive session where you will be able to communicate directly with the instructor and therefore have the same benefits as a traditional classroom session. All you need is a computer and internet connection. However, face – to – face and in-house training can be arranged.
“The mode of delivery for this course is face – to – face. You will be taught in a traditional classroom session where you will have the opportunity to communicate directly with the instructor. However, in-house training can be arranged”.