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1 . Optimal flare stack location and safe burner pit operation through CFD dispersion modeling

Optimal flare stack location and safe burner pit operation through CFD dispersion modeling
Date: April, 2014
Service Line: OSIMS™
Solution: Dispersion Modelling
Country: Iraq
Description: In order to ensure personnel and community protection United Safety used appropriate gas dispersion and heat flux models in different release scenarios involving a wide range of weather conditions to identify safe locations and modes of operation for flare stacks and burner pits near two well sites.

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2 . QRA for drilling and well testing activities using CFD dispersion modeling

QRA for drilling and well testing activities using CFD dispersion modeling
Date: April, 2014
Service Line: OSIMS™
Solution: Risk Assessment, Dispersion Modelling
Country: Iraq
Description: United Safety successfully conducted dispersion modeling that mapped satellite topography data from a 1-arcsecond (750 m2) grid resolution into a QRA that identified the largest risk sources and determined practical solutions to make well operations safer.

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3 . Determining the dispersion characteristics and tolerability criteria for gas released from the area on a well site.

Determining the dispersion characteristics and tolerability criteria for gas released
Date: July, 2013
Service Line: OSIMS™
Solution: Dispersion Modelling
Country: Canada
Description: In order to determine the dispersion characteristics for venting H2S gas from the flare on a well site United Safety developed a dispersion model and analyzed results based on the tolerability criteria for the gases released. The end result was a clear understanding of the gas released and its potential impact.

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