In Japan、FPEC is only one safety consultant in the field of plant disaster prevention for oil refineries, LPG/LNG plants, chemical plants.

Plant Disaster Prevention Consulting

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  • Safety review for plant design / operation / management
  • Support of application to public fire department 
  • Identification of hazardous area and Explosion protection measures
  • Planning of countermeasures after the accident and support response to public fire department
  • Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) of accidental discharge, evaporation, dispersion, fire and explosion of hazardous material, with calculation of risks frequency and effects on damage
  • Plant disaster assessment and safety study by using various PC programs owned by FPEC  and our partners
  • Support and drafting global safety standards of an individual international company, including Japan fire service low

Plant Disaster Simulation

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  • Accidental discharge and liquid spill spreading, evaporation, gas / odor dispersion of hazardous material
  • Heat radiation from spill fire, tank fire and estimation of initiation time of boil over
  • Explosion (VCE, BLEVE), fireball, flash fire
  • Water/foam monitors allocation by using mapping software for the discharge trajectory simulation program
  • Fire protection planning

Plant Disaster Prevention System Engineering

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  • Fire fighting system
  • Fire pump, fire main piping
  • Fire / gas detection system
  • Back-up system of electrical power / air / N2

FPEC offers numerical simulation for disasters in inside of building

FPEC performs simulation for disasters not only outdoor but also inside of the building. such as explosion, fire spread, smoke generation and dispersion, leakage and gas dispersion.

FPEC has deep knowledge and abundant experience about petrochemical plant disasters and fire prevention systems, which allow us accurately understanding on what a customer is requesting us and reflecting them in the numerical analysis model. We will discuss with a customer with technical terms commonly used in petrochemical plants, not only with technical terms specific to numerical analysis.

In addition to the standard output such as movies and gradation maps like below figure-1, we also submit in a contour map as below figure-2 , that makes it easy to use the simulation results.
Our proposed concentration map is created by AutoCAD, based on the calculation results obtained by numerical analysis. 

Each color shows a range above a certain level of the concentration and is very clear, so we think it is very effective in use. 


Fig.1.gradation map


Fig2.contour map by FPEC