HAMS-GPS  Quantitative Risk Assessment Software  

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Snapshots of advanced QRA software 

Accidental release of hazardous chemicals

  1. Plume, Puff, Spill Dispersions based on Gaussian dispersion calculations and modeling, with tabular and graphic display with 6-User defined Isopleths in XY-Slice at Y-Cross wind distance. Full 3-D “CAT-Scan” output possible with dispersion “Cake slicing in XY (Isopleth)  Graphs. Graphics are in colour as Custom colour, Default colour or BW. It is a complete CAT-Scan with Probits (PROBIT short for Probability Unit, is the percent Fatality and Injury due to exposure to any hazardous agent.). This Advanced Dispersion provides for Mass and volumes of various concentration zones and concentration zone shells of Plumes, Puffs and Spill pool evaporation dispersions.

  2. Pool fire, jet fire, fireball, flash fire with PROBITs. Graphics are in colour
  3. UVCE, BLEVE, Under ground explosions, mechanical explosions-cylindrical vessel, spherical vessel, Dust explosion with PROBITs. Graphics are in colou4. 
  4. FAR, FN-Curve, ISO-Risk, Individual Risk computations. 

     Graphics mapping are in colour   

         I.      Graphs can be plotted to scale on Site Maps
both in Graphics and AutoCAD .dwg files.


Dispersion modeling software       Quantitative risk analysis software

Help on how to do BLEVE simulations


BLEVE (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosion) scenarios
A BLEVE is an explosion caused by a liquid, which is boiling and continuing to produce vapour.If the chemical is flammable, it is likely that the resulting cloud of the substance will ignite after the BLEVE has occurred, forming a fireball and possibly a fuel-air explosion. BLEVEs, which result in very large fireballs, occur when process vessels containing flammable materials with high vapour pressures are exposed to significant external heat. 


If Liquid is flammable

BLEVE scenarios

Under explosion scenario options

  1. Tank-over heating by external source or Mechanical Explosion leading to BLEVE scenario (CnE)

Under fire scenario options

  1. Tank over heating by external source puff Immediate Edge Ignition leading to Fire Ball leading to BLEVE scenario

 If Liquid is non-flammable

BLEVE scenario

Under explosion scenario options

  1. Tank-over heating by external source or Mechanical Explosion leading to BLEVE scenario (CnE)  

Watch QRA software package Demo on YouTube

Download or view demo videos HD quality use Google chrome browser.  
  1. Dispersion (1 of 4) https://youtu.be/Ov56DCsqXkI

  2. Explosion (2 of 4) https://youtu.be/bj-hrYyh1Mo

  3. Fire (3 of 4) https://youtu.be/13O1J7PFnBY

  4. Risk Assessment (4 of 4) https://youtu.be/NVswC5uKp10

Dispersion modeling

2. Explosion modeling

3. Fire modeling

4. Risk Assessment modeling

QRA modeling software


Window showing Maximum Credible Accident / Loss Scenarios (MCAS / MCLS) and Release/Source


Additional data requirement window

Dispersion modeling window showing hazard distances

Explosion modeling software

Explosion modeling window showing hazard distances

Fire modeling software

Fire modeling window showing hazard distances

Quantitative Risk Analysis modeling software

Risk analysis modeling window

Hazard mapping

Showing various mapping options and settings window 


Dispersion mapping


Mapping of Hazard zone on picture - Google map


ISO risk mapping


Mapping of ISO Risk, Societal Risk, Individual risk levels on picture - Google map



Mapping of risk level on google map



Mapping of multiple release points of risk level on google map



ISO Risk levels two different sets of scenarios different locations and overlapping of ISO risk contours.



Mapping of Hazard zone along Pipeline (this capability will be released soon)


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