Identification and Modeling of Worst-Case Scenarios for Ammo
Identification and Modeling of Worst-Case Scenarios for Ammonia Refrigeration Systems (1996)-In its forthcoming Risk Management Program (RMP), 40 CFR Part 68, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will require worst-case scenario modeling for facilities containing over 10,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia. Many ammonia refrigeration systems will be affected. This paper discusses the worst-case scenario, which for most refrigeration facilities will most likely be a severe leak from or in the vicinity of the high pressure receiver. The atmospheric dispersion modeling of this scenario is also discussed. In addition, there is a short review of the choice and modeling of ''more likely" or "alternate" scenarios. The work discussed is intended to be general enough to apply to most refrigeration facilities, although it is recognized that there will be exceptions that will need to be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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