The second edition of this essential reference updates and combines two earlier titles to capture the many technological advances for predicting the qfootprintq of a vapor cloud release. Cited by EPA in its 1996 document, qOff-Site Consequence Analysis Guidance, q the aim of the book is to encourage and facilitate the development and use of dispersion modeling as an everyday tool, providing practical understanding of basic physical and chemical principles, guidance in selecting release scenarios and the best available models, and information and examples on how to run some models and interpret outputs. Equally useful to beginners and experts, it compares 22 programs based on input from model developers, and presents 7 examples of typical accidental release scenarios. The book comes with a disk providing input and output data for scenarios.Box 1, Chester, U.K. Quest Consultants, Inc., 1990: FOCUS Input and Reference Manual. ... Proc. of Heavy Gas (LNG/LPG) Workshop. Toronto, 51-75. Ramsdell, J.V., Jr., C.A. Simonen and K.W. Burk, 1993: Regional Atmospheric Transport Code for Hanford Emission Tracking ... Riou, Y.J. and A.E. Saab, 1985: A three- dimensional numerical model for the dispersion of heavy gases over complex terrain.
|Title||:||Guidelines for Use of Vapor Cloud Dispersion Models|
|Author||:||CCPS (Center for Chemical Process Safety)|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-09-07|