Dispersion Modeling Methodology for Hazardous/Toxic Gas Releases from Chemical Plant Facilities

화학장치설비의 유해독성가스 누출에 대한 분산모델링 방법론

  • Song Duk-Man (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Ulsan)
  • 송덕만 (울산대학교 화학공학과)
  • Published : 1997.12.01

Abstract

This study was performed to develop the dispersion modeling methodology for quantitative prediction of the hazard distance or toxic buffer distance by comparing 10-min average, 30-min average, and 1-hr average maximum ground-level concentration with $Cl_2$ regultaion concentration, IDLH and ERPG-3 concentration for hazardous toxic gas, $Cl_2$ releases from the storage tank of the chemical plant facilities. For this dispersion modeling, the source term model, dispersion model, meteorological and topographical data are incorporated into the SuperChems model, and then the effects of the atmospheric stability, wind speed, and surface roughness length changes on the maxum ground-level concentration were estimated.

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