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Rollover in LNG Storage Tank

Rollover in LNG Storage Tank

I think reading BS EN 1160 makes my writing ideas grows. As a follow of of this post (LNG Basics: Understanding Its Typical Properties), I want to share you what I read and browsed about Rollover in LNG Storage Tank.

Rollover in one of physical phenomena explained in BS EN 1160, other than Rapid Phase Transition (RPT) and Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion (BLEVE).

Rollover refer to process whereby large quantities of gas can be emitted from an LNG storage tank over a short period of time. How this could happen? Read More

LNG Basics: Understanding Its Typical Properties

For those who starts working with LNG, I recommend to read BS EN 1160 – Installations and equipment for liquefied natural gas – general characteristics of liquefied natural gas. The standard covers almost all LNG characteristics that you need to know, such as properties of LNG, evaporation of LNG, spillage, ignition, containment, and other physical phenomena. I think it will be nice to share some of them in this post.

There are three things at least you need to know about LNG before knowing other things.

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Cold-keeping system (http://docplayer.net/7352415-Curacao-cng-lng-terminal-feasibility-study.html)

LNG Recirculation Requirement

In LNG receiving terminal, where LNG is pumped from LNG carrier to onshore LNG storage tank, we have to provide one line to intermittently circulate LNG through unloading lines. This is called LNG recirculation line or keep-cool line.  The function of this line is maintain cryogenic condition of the unloading line during holding mode. Unloading activity is conducting intermittently. Sometimes we need to wait for a week or even a month to the next LNG unloading. During this time, there is a possibility of increasing temperature in the line. To prevent that, we need to circulate LNG in unloading line. Read More