1970-02-01

An Application of Reliability Theory to Process Design 700638

The principles of reliability theory were used to study the sizing of chemical process trains. Based on the idea that larger equipment may have reduced availability, it was found that smaller, parallel process trains can, under certain conditions, offset the capital cost advantage of a single, large process train.

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