Re: [PipingDesign] PSV Discharge Piping

From: <Gang>
Date: Tue Jul 26 2005 - 06:46:00 EDT

Dear aziz,
There is no remedy as such. You have to keep the PSV high above the header so that it DRAINS INTO the header and not into the valve body.
Good luck!
C. V. Gangadharan.

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> Hi everyone
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> I have to install a PSV at elevation of 2 ft from
> grade level on a skid. Flare header runs at an
> elevation of 20 ft from grade. Discharge of the PSV
> to be connected with flare header. Now there is
> chance of liquid accumulation in the vertical
> portion of PSV discharge pipe.Liquid accumulation is
> allowed in the discharge piping of PSV and BDV?
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> If there is not possible to avoid riser pipe then
> what is its remedy to overcome liquid accumulation.
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> Thanks in advance.
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> Regards,
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> A. Aziz Vayani
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