NFPA 59A-2019 Standard for the Production, Storage, and Handling of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
3.3.6 Contollable Emergency. An emergency where operator action can minimize harm to people or property. 3.3.7 Design Pressure. The pressure used in the design of equipment, a container, or a pressure vessel for the purpose of determining the minimum alowable thickness or physical char- acteristics of its parts. 3.3.8 Dike. A structure used to establish an impounding area or containment. [52, 2019] 3.3.9* Engineering Design. Documentation governing the specification and design of components and systems within an LNG facility. N 3.3.10 Event. The combination of successive outcomes of LNG or hazardous material releases and their subsequent hazard to persons exposed. 3.3.11 Fail-safe. A design feature that provides for the mainte- nance of safe operating conditions in the event of a malfunc- tion of control devices or an interruption of an energy source. 3.3.12* Fire Protection. Fire prevention, fire detection, and fire suppression. 3.3.13 Fired Equipment. Any equipment in which the combustion of fuels takes place. 3.3.14 Flame Spread Index. A number obtained according to ASTM E84, Standard Test Method for Surface Bumning Characteris- tics of Building Materials, or ANSIUL 723, Standard for Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials. 3.3.15 Hazardous Fluid. A liquid or gas that is flammable, toxic, or corrosive. 3.3.16 Impounding Area.
3.3.27 Pipe Insulation Assembly. The set of materials used for insulation of pipes, including the insulation, outer jacket, vapor barrier and lap-seal adhesives. 3.3.28 Pressure Relief Device. A device designed to open to prevent a rise of internal pressure in excess of a specified value due to emergency or abnormal conditions. N 3.3.29 Societal Risk. The cumulative risk exposure by all persons sustaining irreversible harm and fatal injury from an event in the LNG plant.NFPA 59A pdf download.