Understanding the consequences of a hazardous situation is the key to a safer environment. We use consequence modelling to predict accidents effects and the impact on people, the environment and property.
From a simple concern to developing complex models of industrial plants or offshore assets, we’ll listens to your needs and provide the most adequate consequence modelling tool, whether through a simplified model to the most advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics Software.
What we offer
We carry out a wide range of assessments using a large portfolio of models, from recognised internal tools to commercial software such as PHAST© FLACS©, KFX©, FLUENT©, Open Foam or FAHTS©/USFOS©. Supported by high performance computational power, we focus on quality and timely input to your design development or operational challenges.
Our typical studies include:
- Gas dispersion studies
- Pool, spray and jet fire consequence
- Explosion modelling
- Fire modelling
- Smoke modelling
- Heildeck turbulence study
- Cold vent, exhaust and ventilation design
- Cryogenic spill assessment
- Fire and gas detection mapping
- Wind chill modelling
- Radiation modelling
- Passive fire protection (PFP) optimisation
- Response of structures to accidental loads
What are the benefits?
- Better decision support to lead to a safer environment
- Avoidance of failures with improved design solutions and reduced costs
Why choose LR?
At LR, we’re committed to improving safety environments across high hazard industries. Through our consequence modelling services, we ensure safer operations across assets with consequence modelling expertise to predict accident effects and the impact on people, the environment and property before they happen.
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