Calculate the Radiant Energy Released from Flaring 1-Propanol

Question

a.    Estimate the radiant energy intensity (BTU/hr/ft2) during an episode when 1-propanol (C3H8O) is being flared at a rate of 200,000 lb/hr at a point of 50 feet horizontally from the base of a flare that is 180 feet tall. The flare has a diameter of 2 feet.
b.    Estimate the percentage of people exposed to this radiant energy level for 60 seconds that will suffer second degree burns.

Summary

The question belongs to Chemical Engineering and it is about 1-propanol being flared near a flare with a diameter of 2 feet. The estimated radiant energy intensity of 1-propanol and the estimated percentage of people suffering second degree burns is calculated in the solution.

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