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  • Great topic. The modeling projects I was most frequently involved with during my career in the pharmaceutical industry were with bioprocesses, for which predicting the outcomes of cellular activity (such as cell mass, product generation, substrate utilization, etc., involves ...

  • The F&G system is a mitigation IPL (barrier) in contrast to a PSV which is a preventative IPL. So, it depends if your Fire suppression system (automatic) is taken as an IPL during SIL assessment (not a F&G SIF), then this IPL must have a defined PFD which is typically 0.1, ...

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