Overflows and Gravity Drainage Systems ...

Overflows and Gravity Drainage Systems

0 INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE

1 SCOPE

2 FIELD OF APPLICATION

3 DEFINITIONS

4 OUTLINE OF THE PROBLEM

5 DESIGNING FOR FLOODED FLOW

6 DESIGNING NON-FLOODED PIPELINES

6.1 Vertical Pipework

6.2 From the Side of a Vessel

6.3 Established (uniform) Flow in Near-horizontal Pipes

6.4 Non-uniform Flow

7 NON-FLOODED FLOW IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS

8 ENTRAINING FLOW

9 SIMPLE TANK OVERFLOWS

9.1 Venting of the Tank

10 BIBLIOGRAPHY

11 NOMENCLATURE

TABLE

1 GEOMETRICAL FUNCTIONS OF PART-FULL PIPES

FIGURES

1 TYPICAL SEQUENCE OF SURGING FLOW

2 DESIGNING FOR FLOODED FLOW

3 CAPACITY OF SLOPING PIPELINES

4 OVERFLOW FROM SIDE OF VESSEL

5 METHODS OF AVOIDING LARGE CIRCULAR SIDE

OVERFLOWS

6 CAPACITY OF A GENTLY SLOPING PIPE AS A FUNCTION OF LIQUID DEPTH

7 COMPLEX PIPE SYSTEMS

8 REMOVAL OF ENTRAINED GASES

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