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Abstract

DIERS was formed in 1976 to develop methods for the design of emergency relief systems capable of handling runaway reactions [1, 2]. Of particular interest at the time were when tow-phase flow venting would occur and the applicability of different methods for sizing emergency relief systems for two-phase, vapor-liquid flashing flow. Approximately $1.6MM was devoted to investigations of two-phase, vapor-liquid onset/disengagement dynamics and the hydrodynamics of emergency relief systems.