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GO TO SECTION
AMBIENT PRESSURE
DIKED
AREA
5.1 OR 5.3 OF
LIQUID
REFERENCE 6
SPILLED LIQUID,
WELL BELOW
FROM
F
BOILING POINT,
PAGE
STATIC HEAD ONLY
D-8
SCENARIO 1
AMBIENT PRESSURE
UNDIKED
GO TO SECTION
AREA
LIQUID
5.6.2 OF
REFERENCE 6
SCENARIO 1
AMBIENT PRESSURE
GO TO SECTION
(1)
DIKED
5.1 OR 5.3 OF
LIQUID
AREA
REFERENCE 6
SPILLED LIQUID,
FROM
WELL BELOW
PAGE  G
BOILING POINT,
HIGH PRESSURE
D-8
SCENARIO 1
AMBIENT PRESSURE
(1)
UNDIKED
GO TO SECTION
LIQUID
AREA
5.6.2 OF
REFERENCE 6
(1) Key assumption: high pressure causes little or no
aerosolization when temperature of liquid is well below
boiling point.
FIGURE D-1. Scenario identification flowchart (continued)


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