Consequence modelling is an integral part of technical risk management and fire safety engineering. Part of the design/analysis process requires integration of the output of consequence modelling into escalation modelling and estimation of structural damage, and impact on personnel.

Detailed knowledge of the scenario event in consideration for consequence analysis is important. Parameters affecting the consequence modelling and/or hazard imposed boundary conditions need to be assessed and verified in order to ensure that the model closely represents reality. AMOG personnel have considerable experience and expertise in such analysis. This includes the capability of modelling situations such as jet fire, pool fire, explosion, buoyant and heavy gas dispersion, fire and smoke spread, and toxic gas dispersion. AMOG has evaluated a wide range of software and has acquired a suite of software/in-house routines for consequence modelling. The consequence modelling tools used by experienced AMOG engineers are validated and satisfy industry standards. Base and case-by-case validations of the consequence modelling and results form part of AMOG Consulting’s Standard Quality System for Approved Software Tools.

AMOG has a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modelling capability utilising state-of-the-art software programs and access to powerful and advanced computing resources. We are committed to providing your organisation with high quality engineering solutions using the best available tools and technologies.