BREEZE LFG Fire/Risk is easy to use and quick to run. The intuitive interface guides the user through entering required and optional inputs and selecting the appropriate algorithms. With BREEZE LFG Fire/Risk, EHS professionals can efficiently analyze the risks from a vessel or pipeline failure as required for regulatory compliance and safe operations. By incorporating a variety of sophisticated models - Source5 Model, DEGADIS Model, and Fire Models - users have more versatility and power!

  • Model multiple release scenarios and release durations
  • Import AutoCAD .DXF, Windows® .BMP files, and .JPG files
  • Visualize model results as 2D contour plots, charts, and text summary reports
  • Develop “what-if” scenarios for scenario management involving specific meteorological conditions and source parameters
  • Compatible with Microsoft Excel® cut/paste options
  • Incorporates GIS interface
  • Predicts the vaporization rate from instantaneous spills and continuous leaks over land or water
  • Simulates five different release types: confined instantaneous land spills, confined continuous land spills, unconfined instantaneous land spills, unconfined continuous water spills, unconfined instantaneous water spills
  • Produces results that are available in an easy-to-read report
  • Produces output that integrates seamlessly into DEGADIS
  • Models heavier-than-air gaseous releases
  • Use to model emergency response planning scenarios
  • Use to model scenarios for industrial chemicals and highly-toxic chemicals
  • Use to model accidental release scenarios
  • Use to model scenarios for process industries that use chlorine, ammonia, LNG, and other compressed gases or cryogenic liquids
  • Use to model continuous release, finite duration, and transient release scenarios
  • Ability to employ the Vertical Jet Release Method or the Liquid Spill Release Method
  • Models a fire that occurs when liquid is ignited in a confined area such as a dike or a tank
  • Calculates the distance to various radiation levels specified by the user
  • Allows for the calculation of the dynamic temperature rise of a nearby target
  • Models a fire that occurs when an unconfined spreading pool of liquefied fuel gas ignites
  • Calculates the distance to various radiation levels specified by the user
  • Calculates the radiation flux as a function of time at a given distance as the pool spreads
  • Calculates the distance to various radiation dose levels
  • Calculates the distance to radiation doses specified by the user
  • Calculates the total amount of thermal radiation exposure over a given
  • Predicts the visible length, approximate diameter, and the lift-off distance of vertical gaseous jet flames resulting from high-pressure pipeline accidents in which the escaping flammable gas is ignited
  • Calculates the thermal radiation flux levels at up to ten user-specified distances
  • Calculates the radiation at various specified distances from the center of the jet
  • Calculates the distance to various specified radiation levels

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