As the world moves to a lower carbon footprint, the importance of natural gas is increasing in the balance of energy distribution. Following a liquefaction process, liquefied natural gas (LNG) proves to be very convenient for transportation over large distances. On the other hand, this process involves cryogenic cooling which brings new challenges to guarantee LNG plant safety in terms of design and safety.
This presentation gives more insights into how Atkins Engineering and Consulting uses digital twin models to explore new designs, reducing cryogenic fluid propagation and structure fracture risks, as well as validating fluid collection strategy efficiency.
You will learn:
Owner and operators, engineering and construction services teams, looking to guarantee energy and utilities assets integrity as well as worker safety, can deploy accurate Digital Twin in the design of oil & gas systems. Learn how to implement a simulation-based approach to avoid costly LNG plant safety defaults.
Dr. Ian Cowan is a Technical Director, Engineering & Consulting, Oil & Gas, Atkins. He is a technical authority for fluid mechanics, specializing in advanced consequence modeling and CFD. Dr. Cowan has 25 years of experience in a project in the oil and gas, power, and other industries, and had worked on a wide range of projects from a concept level through the detailed design, including on-shore and floating LNG plant safety projects.