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Safety in Ammonia Plants and Related Facilities

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Publication Date: 2012-Jul-17
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        1983 AIChE AMMONIA SYMPOS~D~
SAFETY IN A~ONIA PLANTS AND RELATED FACILITIES DENVER, AUGUST 28 - SEPTE~ER I, 1983

PROPOSED PAPER

             DR S MADHA~AN
AUthOR(S). ¯ "" -" " " " M." "WI ~EI'L;G; iO.', "T~RE'E,IGREE'|~'AY" PIAIA EAST, HOUSTO", TX . 77046

C6MPANY AI'w"D": ~)DP.E $ S ....

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An ammonia process Simulator for safer and more efficient plant operation~

An ammonia process .simulator has excellent training

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PAPER: ..... ~ ...................

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benefits. Ammonia plant operators .can .be. trained .~.o .op.er.ate t:he plant safely an~ efficiently Problems and emergency conditions can be simulated, and the.o~.er.~t.~rs can be trained to respond to them. Even experienced operators can be trained to k.ee.p .}h.ei.~ skills current. Microprocessor based simulators are portable, have realistic CRT dis- plays and dynamic response and provide cost-effective training. Simulator training has

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the advantage over the tional "hands-on" traini.ng in that an actual plant will not ~e'jeopardized due to trainee mistakes. Also, the simulator cuts down training time.

Harvey D. Spangler Farmland Indus~ries, Inc.


P. O. Box 1234
Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501 USA -

PLEASE RETURN BY DECEM3ER 2"0, 1982 to: