ISA TR84.00.07 PDF

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Many oil and gas facilities utilize fixed gas detection systems as a safeguard against uncontrolled release of hazardous process materials. The effectiveness of fixed gas detection systems is most often limited by the ability of the system to detect that a release has occurred.

Obviously, the number of detectors and geographic placement of those detectors play a critical role in the capabilities of the system to detect a release. Traditionally, the number and placement of gas detectors has been based on rules-of-thumb and expert judgment, leading to inconsistent and sometimes ineffective systems.

In an attempt to establish a consistent and repeatable method for placement of gas detectors in industrial processing applications, the International Society of Automation ISA issued a technical report ISA The focus of this report is to provide recommended practices for the design of fire and gas detection systems.

Specifically, the technical report focused on development of a method to characterize the "performance" of an array of detectors, which is sensitive to detector locations, the number of detectors installed and potential sources of release. Log in to your subscription Username. Peer reviewed only Published between: Published from year: and Published to year: Advanced search Show search help. Rock Mechanics Symposium and 5th U.

Abstract Many oil and gas facilities utilize fixed gas detection systems as a safeguard against uncontrolled release of hazardous process materials. Other Resources. About us Contact us Help Terms of use. Publishers Content Coverage Privacy. Administration log in. Sheriff's Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics, fourth edition.

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Many oil and gas facilities utilize fixed gas detection systems as a safeguard against uncontrolled release of hazardous process materials. The effectiveness of fixed gas detection systems is most often limited by the ability of the system to detect that a release has occurred. Obviously, the number of detectors and geographic placement of those detectors play a critical role in the capabilities of the system to detect a release. Traditionally, the number and placement of gas detectors has been based on rules-of-thumb and expert judgment, leading to inconsistent and sometimes ineffective systems. In an attempt to establish a consistent and repeatable method for placement of gas detectors in industrial processing applications, the International Society of Automation ISA issued a technical report ISA The focus of this report is to provide recommended practices for the design of fire and gas detection systems. Specifically, the technical report focused on development of a method to characterize the "performance" of an array of detectors, which is sensitive to detector locations, the number of detectors installed and potential sources of release.

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IEC It defines the lifecycle and technical requirements for ensuring effective design of fire and gas detection systems for use in the process industries. The technical report provides a lifecycle for performance based design of fire and gas detection systems, listing out the steps involved in a performance based design and establishing requirements to be implemented for each step. The technical report also defines performance metrics for application to fire and gas detection systems.

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