An operator reports a high level alarm (LAH-12) displayed at the control room for the last 13 hours of operation, in this sour water stripping tower unit (where sulfide-laden water is “stripped” of sulfur compounds by the addition of hot steam).
Over that time period, the sightglass (level gauge LG-11) has shown the liquid level inside vessel C-406 drifting between 2 feet 5 inches and 2 feet 8 inches:
Process High Level Alarm Example
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Identify the likelihood of each specified fault in this process.
Consider each fault one at a time (i.e. no coincidental faults), determining whether or not each fault could independently account for all measurements and symptoms in this process.
The below table shows the possible and Impossible cases for the process high level.
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