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ISO 21013-3:2006

Cryogenic vessels -- Pressure-relief accessories for cryogenic service -- Part 3: Sizing and capacity determination

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Withdrawn from 12.05.2016
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ISO 21013-3:2006 provides separate calculation methods for determining the required mass flow to be relieved for each of the following specified conditions. Vacuum-insulated vessels with insulation system (outer jacket + insulating material) intact under normal vacuum; outer jacket at ambient temperature; inner vessel at temperature of the contents at the relieving pressure.Vacuum-insulated vessels with insulation system (outer jacket + insulating material) intact under normal vacuum; outer jacket at ambient temperature; inner vessel at temperature of the contents at the relieving pressure; pressure regulator of the pressure build-up system functioning at full potential.Vacuum-insulated vessels with insulation system remaining in place but with loss of vacuum, or non-vacuum-insulated vessels with insulation system intact; outer jacket at ambient temperature; inner vessel at temperature of the contents at the relieving pressure; vacuum or non-vacuum-insulated vessels with insulation system remaining fully or partially in place, but with loss of vacuum in the case of vacuum-insulated vessels, and fire engulfment; inner vessel at temperature of the contents at the relieving pressure.Vessels with insulation system totally lost and fire engulfment. Good engineering practice based on well-established theoretical physical science needs to be adopted to determine the required mass flow where an appropriate calculation method is not provided for an applicable condition.
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