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March 2016

Environment and Safety

Design and implement a totally enclosed ground flare

As awareness of environmental issues increases to new levels, all emissions sources in industrial facilities are falling under more scrutiny than ever before.

Bourji, A., Choroszy, M., WorleyParsons; Prather, P., HP Editorial Staff

As awareness of environmental issues increases to new levels, all emissions sources in industrial facilities are falling under more scrutiny than ever before. As a result, the totally enclosed ground flare (TEGF) is gaining popularity as a way to reduce noise and light from conventional flare gas applications. The TEGF has also been used to expand the capacity of existing ground and elevated flares. Critical design parameters of TEGFs TEGFs can be used in new flaring applications and in existing facilities to provide a method to expand the capacity of existing elevated or ground flares. A TEGF system consists of a refractory-lined cylindrical flare stack structure that is designed to have

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