68 Flare Design for Emissions Control I

Tuesday, March 28, 2017: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
304C (Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center)
The world's water supply is diminishing, global warming is upon us, so there are increasing challenges to conserve water, reduce emissions, treat solid and liquid wastes, and look for more sustainable solutions. This session seeks papers that challenge traditional water supply sources with newer, more sustainable solutions. Papers on solutions for water re-use and new water treatment techniques, and advancements in reducing, recycling, and/or repurposing waste from refineries and chemical plants are also being sought.

Topical 7: 20th Topical on Refinery Processing
Environmental Division (09), Young Professionals Committee (YPC) (18C)

Helen Lou
Email: helen.lou@lamar.edu

Quan Yuan
Email: qyuan@dow.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on the online proceeding.

8:00 AM
(68a) Parameters for Properly Designed and Operated Ground Flares: 2017
Bryan Beck, Matthew Martin and Christopher Ferguson
File available
8:30 AM
(68b) Noise Testing and Prediction Methods for Multipoint Ground Flares
Scot Smith, Justin Roberts, Brian Duck, Reginald Keith, Garrett Porter and Spencer Randolph

9:00 AM
(68c) Optimization for Flare Operation
Helen Lou, Anan Wang, Daniel Chen, Xianchang Li, Christopher Martin, Arokiaraj Alphones and Vijaya Damodara