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Liquefied petroleum gas operation – assessment of the most significant risks

TABAS, M. KOTEK, L.

Original Title

Liquefied petroleum gas operation – assessment of the most significant risks

English Title

Liquefied petroleum gas operation – assessment of the most significant risks

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with safe operation and risk analysis of liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. The main reason why this work is focused on this theme is high social demand, relative dangerous features of liquefied petroleum gas storage technologies and effort for detection of the most significant risks in the operation of liquefied petroleum gas technology. In the paper, there is briefly described typical liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. The crucial part of the paper is the list of the most important hazards with suggestions for reduction of the risks in the operation of liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. Typical LPG stations are used for LPG storage (in storage/pressure vessels) and its loading into road or rail tankers. LPG is distributed to consumers in road tankers or in pressure bottles. The storage/pressure vessels are filled mainly of LPG rail tankers.

English abstract

This paper deals with safe operation and risk analysis of liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. The main reason why this work is focused on this theme is high social demand, relative dangerous features of liquefied petroleum gas storage technologies and effort for detection of the most significant risks in the operation of liquefied petroleum gas technology. In the paper, there is briefly described typical liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. The crucial part of the paper is the list of the most important hazards with suggestions for reduction of the risks in the operation of liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. Typical LPG stations are used for LPG storage (in storage/pressure vessels) and its loading into road or rail tankers. LPG is distributed to consumers in road tankers or in pressure bottles. The storage/pressure vessels are filled mainly of LPG rail tankers.

Keywords

liquefied petroleum gas, risk analysis, accidents

RIV year

2012

Released

21.05.2012

Publisher

Slovak Society of Chemical Engineering

Location

Bratislava

ISBN

978-80-89475-04-9

Book

PROCEEDINGS 39th International Conference of Slovak Society of Chemical Engineering

Pages from

943

Pages to

952

Pages count

10

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT93977,
  author="Marek {Tabas} and Luboš {Kotek}",
  title="Liquefied petroleum gas operation – assessment of the most significant risks",
  annote="This paper deals with safe operation and risk analysis of liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. The main reason why this work is focused on this theme is high social demand, relative dangerous features of liquefied petroleum gas storage technologies and effort for detection of the most significant risks in the operation of liquefied petroleum gas technology.
In the paper, there is briefly described typical liquefied petroleum gas storage technology. The crucial part of the paper is the list of the most important hazards with suggestions for reduction of the risks in the operation of liquefied petroleum gas storage technology.
Typical LPG stations are used for LPG storage (in storage/pressure vessels) and its loading into road or rail tankers. LPG is distributed to consumers in road tankers or in pressure bottles. The storage/pressure vessels are filled mainly of LPG rail tankers.",
  address="Slovak Society of Chemical Engineering",
  booktitle="PROCEEDINGS 39th International Conference of Slovak Society of Chemical Engineering",
  chapter="93977",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Slovak Society of Chemical Engineering",
  year="2012",
  month="may",
  pages="943--952",
  publisher="Slovak Society of Chemical Engineering",
  type="conference paper"
}