3 eme Conférence Internationale sur la Sécurité Hydrogène

International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS3) jointly organised by IA HySafe and IEA HIA with the financial support of the Collectivité territoriale de Corse, the French Republic and European Union in the frame of the ERDF Programme 2007-2013

     

Scientific Program

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
3rd International Conference on Hydrogen Safety



SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
3rd International Conference on Hydrogen Safety

Palais des Congrès Ajaccio - FRANCE
16-18 September 2009


Over 250 participants awaited for this 3 days international conference.
More than 100 papers submitted for oral and poster presentations.















THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
Session Hydrogen RCS

• Hennessey, N.
Weyandt, STATUS OF THE NHTSA'S HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL VEHICLE
SAFETY RESEARCH PROGRAM
• C. Rivkin, C. Blake, R. Burgess,
W. Buttner, M. Post,
A NATIONAL SET OF HYDROGEN CODES
AND STANDARDS FOR THE US

• M.
Gresho,
FROM
RESEARCH
RESULTS
TO
PUBLISHED
CODES
AND
STANDARDS
-ESTABLISHING
CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR NFPA 55 BULK HYDROGEN SYSTEMS SEPARATION DISTANCES
Session Fuel Station safety

• N. Mattei, M. Carcassi, M. Schiavetti, EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON WIND INFLUENCE
ON HYDROGEN RELEASE FROM LOW PRESSURE PIPELINES
• M. Royle, D.
Willoughby, CONSEQUENCES OF CATASTROPHIC RELEASES OF IGNITED
AND UNIGNITED HYDROGEN JET RELEASES
• K. B.
Yoon, S.H. Lee,
Y.G. Kim, S.C. Kim,
TEMPERATURE CHANGE OF A TYPE IV CYLINDER
DURING HYDROGEN FUELING PROCESS
• M. Heitsch, P. Moretto, D. Baraldi, SIMULATION OF THE FAST FILLING OF HYDROGEN TANKS
Session Safety Knowledge

• S. Weiner, L. Fassbender, K. Quick, USING HYDROGEN SAFETY BEST PRACTICES AND
LEARNING FROM SAFETY EVENTS
• T. Wallner, R. Scarcelli , H. R. A. Lohse-Busch, B. M. Wozny, S.A. Miers, SAFETY
CONSIDERATIONS FOR HYDROGEN TEST CELLS
• T. Jordan, P.
Adams, I.
Azkarate, D. Baraldi,
A.
Vetere, H. Barthelemy, L. Bauwens,
A. Bengaouer, P. Serre-Combe, S. Brennan, A. Dahoe, D. Makarov, V. Molkov, M. Carcassi,
A. Marangon, N. Eisenreich, A. Kessler, G. Langer, A. Engebø, E. Funnemark, E. Haland, G.P.
Haugom, E. Gallego, A. Gavrikov, N. Zaretskiy, A.M. Hansen, S. Nielsen, O. Jedicke,
A. Kotchourko, S. Kumar, F. Markert, P. Middha, L. Perrette, D. Tigreat, E. Reinecke. K. Verfondern,
M. Wilms, U. Schmidten, M. Stöcklin, A. Sully, A. Teodorczyk, A. Venetsanos, N. Versloot,
ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE EC NETWORK OF EXCELLENCE HYSAFE


• E.
A. Reinecke,
Th. Huebert, I.
Tkatschenko,
A. Kessler, M. Kuznetsov, B.A.
Wilkins, D. Hedley,
I. Azkarate, C. Proust, B. Acosta-Iborra, A. Gavrikov, N. Versloot, A. Marangon, A. Teodorczyk,
F. Grafwallner, INTEGRATION OF EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES:
A JOINT EFFORT FOR
ESTABLISHING A COMMON KNOWLEDGE BASE IN EXPERIMENTAL WORK ON HYDROGEN SAFETY

THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
Session Confined Spaces

• B. Cariteau, J. Brinster, I.
Tkatschenko, EXPERIMENTS ON THE DISTRIBUTION
OF CONCENTRATION DUE TO BUOYANT GAS LOW FLOW RATE RELEASE IN AN ENCLOSURE
• A.
Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou, B. Cariteau, P.
Adams,
A. Bengaouer, ESTIMATION
OF AN ALLOWABLE HYDROGEN PERMEATION RATE FROM ROAD VEHICKE COMPRESSED
GASEOUS HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEMS IN TYPICAL GARAGES: PART 2: CFD DISPERSION
CALCULATIONS USING THE ADREA-HF CODE AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION USING
HELIUM TESTS AT THE GARAGE FACILITY
• P.
Adams,
A. Bengaouer, B. Cariteau,
V. Molkov,
A.
Venetsanos,
ALLOWABLE HYDROGEN
PERMEATION RATE FROM ROAD VEHICLE COMPRESSED GASEOUS STORAGE SYSTEMS
IN GARAGES:
PART 1: INTRODUCTION, SCENARIOS, AND ESTIMATION OF AN ALLOWABLE PERMEATION RATE


• J. B. Saffers, D. Makarov,
V. Molkov, ESTIMATION OF AN ALLOWABLE HYDROGEN
PERMEATION RATE FROM ROAD VEHICLE COMPRESSED GASEOUS HYDROGEN STORAGE
SYSTEMS IN TYPICAL GARAGES; PART 3 – MODELLING AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF
HYDROGEN PERMEATION IN A GARAGE WITH ADIABATIC WALLS AND STILL AIR
• A.
Venetsanos, P.
Adams, I.
Azkarate,
A. Bengaouer, L. Brett, M. Carcassi,
A. Engebo,
E Gallego, A. Gavrikov, O.R. Hansen, S. Hawksworth, T. Jordan, A. Kessler, S. Kumar, V. Molkov,

S. Nilsen, E. Reinecke, M. Stöcklin, U. Schmidtchen, A. Teodorczyk, D. Tigreat, N. Versloot,
ON THE USE OF HYDROGEN IN CONFINED SPACES:
RESULTS FROM THE INTERNAL PROJECT INSHYDE


• S. Brennan,
A. Bengaouer, S. Kudriakov, C. Pitre, M. Carcassi, G. Cerchiara, G. Evans,
W. Houf,
R. Schefer, A. Friedrich, N. Kotchourko, G. Stern, A. Veser, O. Gentilhomme, A. Kotchourko,
J.
Yanez, D. Makarov,
V. Molkov, E. Papanikolau,
A.
Venetsanos, M. Royle, D.
Willoughby,
HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL STATIONARY APPLICATIONS: KEY FINDINGS OF MODELLING
AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK IN THE HYPER PROJECT
• S. Grigoriev,
V. Fateev, S. Korobtsev,
V. Porembskiy, P. Millet, F.
Auprêtre, HIGH PRESSURE PEM
WATER ELECTROLYSIS AND CORRESPONDING SAFETY ISSUES
• S. Kumar, S. Miles, P.
Adams,
A. Kotchourko, D. Hedley, P. Middha,
V. Molkov,
A.
Teodorczyk,
M. Zenner, HYTUNNEL PROJECT TO INVESTIGATE THE USE OF HYDROGEN VEHICLES IN ROAD
TUNNELS

• F.
Vogler, G-M Würsing, SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS AND APPROVAL PROCEDURES FOR THE
INTEGRATION OF FUEL CELLS ON BOARD OF SHIPS

• E. Merilo, M. Groethe, J. Colton, S. Chiba, EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN RELEASE
ACCIDENTS IN A VEHICLE GARAGE

• A. Friedrich, N. Kotchourko, G. Stern,
A.
Veser, HYPER EXPERIMENTS ON CATASTROPHIC
HYDROGEN RELEASES INSIDE A FUEL CELL ENCLOSURE
• B. Cariteau, J. Brinster, E. Studer, I.
Tkatschenko, G. Joncquet, EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ON
THE DISPERSION OF BUOYANT GAS IN A FULL SCALE GARAGE FROM A COMPLEX SOURCE
• G. Cerchiara, M. Carcassi, N. Mattei, M. Schiavetti, NATURAL AND FORCED VENTILATION
STUDY IN AN ENCLOSURE HOSTING A FUELL CELL

THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
Session Dispersion

• R. Schefer, G. Evans, J. Zhang,
A. Ruggles, R. Greif, IGNITABI8LITY LIMITS FOR COMBUSTION
OF UNINTENDED HYDROGEN RELEASES: EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL RESULTS
• P. Middha, M. Ichard, B.
Arntzen,
VALIDATION OF CFD MODELLING OF LH2 SPREAD AND
EVAPORATION AGAINST LARGE-SCALE SPILL EXPERIMENTS
• W. Pitts, K. Prasad, J.
Yang, M. Fernandez, EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION AND
MODELING OF HELIUM DISPERSION IN A ¼ SCALE TWO-CAR RESIDENTIAL GARAGE

• E. Studer, S. Kudriakov, S. Jallais,
V. Blanchetière, J. Hebrard, G. Leroy, BENCHMARK
EXERCISES RELATED TO THE SAFETY ANALYSIS OF HYDROGEN / NATURAL GAS MIXTURES
TRANSMISSION IN PIPELINES

• A.
Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou, J.G. Bartzis,
THE ADREA-HF CFD CODE FOR CONSEQUENCE
ASSESSMENT OF HYDROGEN APPLICATIONS
• O. K. Sommersel, D. Bjerketvedt, NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF A LARGE HYDROGEN
RELEASE IN A PROCESS PLANT

• E. Papanikolau,
A.
Venetsanos, D. Baraldi, M. Heitsch,
A. Huser, J. Pujol, D. Makarov,
V. Molkov, J. Garcia, N. Markatos, HYSAFE SBEP-V20: NUMERICAL PREDICTIONS OF RELEASE
EXPERIMENTS INSIDE A RESIDENTIAL GARAGE WITH PASSIVE VENTILATION
• S. Korobtsev,
V. Denisenko, I. Kirillov, I. Nikolaev, HYDROGEN-AIR EXPLOSIVE ENVELOPE
BEHAVIOR IN CONFINED SPACE AT DIFFERENT LEAK VELOCITIES

• A.
Venetsanos,
E.
Papanikolaou,
G.M.
Cerchiara,
M.
Carcassi,
N.
Markatos,
CFD SIMULATIONS
ON SMALL HYDROGEN RELEASES INSIDE A VENTILATED FACILITY AND ASSESSMENT
OF VENTILATION EFFICIENCY
• J. Zheng, H. Bie, P, Xu,
Y. Liu, H. Chen.
Y.Z. Zhao, NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF HYDROGEN
RELEASE FROM HIGH-PRESSURE STORAGE VESSEL

• E. Deri, M. Bucci, M.
Turin,
A. Monavon, SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON THE SCALING
OF EXPERIMENTS FOR HYDROGEN RISK ASSESSMENT
• R. Khaksarfard, M. Paraschivoiu, NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN DISPERSION
INTO AIR

• A.
Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou, O.R. Hansen, P. Middha, J. Garcia, E. Gallego, M. Heitsch,
D. Baraldi, P.
Adams, HYSAFE STANDARD BENCHMARK PROBLEM SBEP-V11:
PREDICTIONS OF HYDROGEN RELEASE AND DISPERSION FROM A CGH2 BUS IN AN UNDERPASS
• S. Benteboula,
A. Bengaouer, B. Cariteau, COMPARISON OF TWO SIMPLIFIED MODELS
PREDICTIONS WITH EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS FOR GAS RELEASE WITHIN
AN ENCLOSURE

• N. Djlali,
T.C.
Wu, P. Oshkai, B. Chernyavsky, NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL
INVESTIGATION OF BUOYANT GAS RELEASE
• F. Ganci,
A. Carpignano, M. Carcassi, N. Mattei, HYDROGEN RELEASE AND ATMOSPHERIC
DISPERSION: EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES AND COMPARISON WITH PARAMETRIC SIMULATIONS
• L. Deimling,
V.
Weiser,
A. Blanc, N. Eisenreich, G. Billeb,
A. Kessler, CHARACTERISATION OF
HYDROGEN RELEASE TESTS

THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
Session Ignition

• J.
Wen, B. XU,
V.
Tam, NUMERICAL STUDY ON SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF PRESSURIZED
HYDROGEN RELEASE THROUGH A LENGTH OF TUBE
• M. Bragin,
V. Molkov, PHYSICS OF SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF HIGH-PRESSURE HYDROGEN
RELEASE AND TRANSITION TO JET FIRE

• G. Hankinson, H. Mathurkar, B. Lowesmith, IGNITION ENERGY AND IGNITION PROBABILITY
OF METHANE-HYDROGEN-AIR MIXTURES
• S. Désilets, S. Côté,
A.
Tchouvelev, G. Nadeau, IGNITION EXPERIMENTS OF HYDROGEN
MIXTURES BY DIFFERENT METHODS AND DESCRIPTION OF THE DRDC TEST FACILITIES
• B. Maxwell, M. Radulescu,
A LAGRANGIAN REACTION-DIFFUSION MODEL FOR PREDICTING
THE IGNITABILITY OF PRESSURIZED HYDROGEN RELEASES
• L. Bawens, J.M. Gavilanes, N. Rezaeyan, SIMULATION OF SHOCK-INITIATED IGNITION
• S. Bane, J. Shepherd, E. Kwon,
A. Day, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF ELECTROSTATIC SPARK
IGNITION OF LEAN H2-O2-AR MIXTURES
• A. K. Hayashi, E.
Yamada, N. Kitabayashi, N.
Tsuboi, MECHANISM OF HIGH PRESSURE
HYDROGEN AUTO-IGNITION WHEN SPOUTING INTO AIR
• V. Golub, I. Laskin, D. Lenkevich, N. Semin,
V.
Volodin, HYDROGEN SELF-IGNITION
IN PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES

Session Jet

• E. Papanikolaou,
A.
Venetsanos,
A. Marangon, M. Schiavetti, M. Carcassi, N. Markatos,
CONSEQUENCE ASSESSMENT OF THE BBC HYDROGEN REFUELING STATION, USING THE
ADREA-HF CODE

• J. Xiao, J.
Travis,
W. Breitung, HYDROGEN RELEASE FROM A HIGH-PRESSURE GH2
RESERVOIR IN CASE OF A SMALL LEAK

• P. Bénard,
A. Hourri, B.
Angers,
A.
Tchouvelev,
V.
Agranat, EFFECTS OF SURFACE ON THE
FLAMMABLE EXTENT OF HYDROGEN JETS
• W.
Winters,
W. Houf, SIMULATION OF SMALL-SCALE RELEASES FROM LIQUID HYDROGEN
STORAGE SYSTEMS
• S. Benteboula, E. Studer, INTEGRAL MODELS FOR HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN-METHANE RELEASES
• S. Désilets, S. Côté, P. Bénard,
A.
Tchouvelev, G. Nadeau, EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
AND COMPARISON WITH SIMULATED DATA OF A LOW PRESSURE HYDROGEN JET
• J. Grune, K. Sempert, M. Kuznetsow,
W. Breitung, EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF IGNITED
UNSTEADY HYDROGEN JETS INTO AIR
• R. Schefer, E. Merilo, M. Groethe,
W. Houf, EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN
JET FIRE MITIGATION BY BARRIER WALLS
• M. Kuznetsov,
A.
Veser,
A. Fridrich, N. Kotchourko, G. Stern, G. Fast, M. Schwall,
W. Breitung,
THE STRUCTURE AND FLAME PROPAGATION REGIMES IN TURBULENT HYDROGEN JETS
• A Blanc, L. Deimling, N. Eisenreich, G. Langer,
A. Kessler,
V.
Weiser, EVALUATION OF OPTICAL
AND SPECTROSCOPIC EXPERIMENTS OF HYDROGEN JET FIRES

THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
Session Fire, Explosion

• S. Dorofeev, C.R. Bauwens, J. Chaffee,
VENTED EXPLOSION OVERPRESSURES FROM
COMBUSTION OF HYDROGEN AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURES
• S. Kudriakov. B. Chen, E. Studer, NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE LAMINAR HYDROGEN
FLAME IN THE PRESENCE OF A QUENCHING MESH

• B. Lowesmith, C. Mumby, G. Hankinson, J. Puttock,
VENTED CONFINED EXPLOSIONS
INVOLVING METHANE/HYDROGEN MIXTURES
• J-A. Coralie,
A. Beccantini, S. Kudriakov, UNSTEADY LUMPED-PARAMETER MODELLING
OF HYDROGEN COMBUSTION IN THE PRESENCE OF A WATER SPRAY
• Y. Skob, M. Ugryumov, K. Korobchynski, E. Granovskyy,
V. Lyfar, NUMERICAL MODELING
OF HYDROGEN FIRE DYNAMICS IN ENCLOSED SPACE
• D. Makarov, F.
Verbecke,
V. Molkov,
A. Kotchourko,
A. Lelyakin, J.
Yanez, D. Baraldi, M. Heitsch,
A. Efimenko, A. Gavrikov, AN INTERCOMPARISON OF CFD MODELS TO PREDICT LEAN AND
NON-UNIFORM HYDROGEN MIXTURE EXPLOSIONS


• Y.
Wu, M. Hamid,
ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF INERT GAS AND HYDROCARBON FUEL
DILUTION ON HYDROGEN FLAMES
• J.
Wen,
A. Heidari, S. Ferraris,
V.
Tam, NUMERICAL SIMULATION
OF LARGE SCALE HYDROGEN DETONATION
• O. Bozier, R. Sorin, R.Zitoun, D. Desbordes, DETONABILITY OF BINARY H2/CH4 - AIR MIXTURE
• A. Gavrikov,
A.
Aleksandrov,
V.
Alekseev, E. Chernenko,
A. Efimenko,
A. Mairov, I. Matsukov,
N. Shepetov, S.
Velmakin, N. Zaretskiy, EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN RELEASES
COMBUSTION

• C. Proust, D. Jamois, E. Studer, HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN FIRES
• V. Petukhov, I. Naboko, N. Bublik, P. Gusev, O. Solntsev, S. Onufriev, L. Gutkin, EXPERIMENTAL
SIMULATION OF EXPLOSION WAVE PROPAGATION IN HYDROGEN-AIR-MIXTURES OF
VARIABLE COMPOSITION

• I. Zaev, I.A. Kirillov, IMPROVEMENTS IN TWO-STEP MODEL OF HYDROGEN DETONATIVE
COMBUSTION: MODEL DESCRIPTION AND SENSITIVITY TO ITS PARAMETERS
• J.
Wen,
V. Madhav Rao,
V.
Tam, NUMERICAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN EXPLOSIONS
IN A VEHICLE REFILL ENVIRONMENT

• L. Melani, I. Sochet, X. Rocourt, S. Jallais, REVIEW OF METHODS TO ESTIMATE
THE OVERPRESSURE AND IMPULSE RESULTING FROM HYDROGEN EXPLOSION IN A
CONFINED/OBSTRUCTED VOLUME

• A. Kotchourko, J.
Yanez,
A. Lelyakin,
A. Gavrikov,
A. Efimenko, M. Zbikowski, D. Makarov,
V. Molkov,
AN INTER-COMPARISON EXERCISE ON THE CFD DETONATION SIMULATION IN
LARGE SCALE CONFINED VOLUMES


THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
Session Risk Management/Assesment

• R. Zimmer, M. Zschiesche, N. Hölzinger,
THE ROLE OF TRUST AND FAMILIARITY IN RISK
COMMUNICATION

• L. Zhang, R.
Adey, PREDICTION OF THIRD PARTY DAMAGE FAILURE FREQUENCY FOR
PIPELINES TRANSPORTING MIXTURES OF NATURAL GAS AND HYDROGEN
• H. J. Pasman, FOR A SUCCESSFUL ARRIVAL OF THE HYDROGEN ECONOMY IMPROVE NOW
THE CONFIDENCE LEVEL OF RISK ASSESSMENTS!

• I. Kozine, F. Markert,
A.
Alapetite, DISCRETE EVENT SIMULATION IN SUPPORT TO HYDROGEN
SUPPLY RELIABILITY
• F. Markert,
A. Engebø, S. Nilsen,
A BARRIER ANALYSIS OF A GENERIC HYDROGEN
REFUELLING STATION

• D. Dedrick, M. Kanouff, R. Larson, R. Bradshaw, J. Graetz, S. Hwang, PREDICTIONS
OF SOLID-STATE HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEM CONTAMINATION PROCESSES
• D. Mosher,
Y. (Jhon) Khalil, RISK QUANTIFICATION OF HYDRIDE BASED HYDROGEN
STORAGE SYSTEMS FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
• K. Ham,
A. Marangon, M. Carcassi, P. Middha, N.
Versloot, BENCHMARK EXERCISE ON
QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES APPLIED TO A VIRTUAL HYDROGEN
REFUELLING STATION

• G. P. Haugom, P.Friis Hansen, E. Håland, RISK MODELLING OF A HYDROGEN REFUELLING
STATION USING A BAYESIAN NETWORK
• V. Shepelin, D. Koshmanov, N. Efimova, SAFE TESTING OF CATALYTIC DEVICES
IN HYDROGEN-AIR-FLOW
• A. Rodionov, H.
Wilkening, P. Moretto, RISK ASSESSMENT OF HYDROGEN EXPLOSION FOR
PRIVATE CAR WITH HYDROGEN-DRIVEN ENGINE
• J. Lachance,
A.
Tchouvelev,
A. Engebø, DEVELOPMENT OF UNIFORM HARM CRITERIA FOR
USE IN QUANTITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS OF THE HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE
Session Mitigation

• W. Houf, G. Evans, R. Schefer, E. Merilo, M. Groethe,
A STUDY OF BARRIER WALLS FOR
MITIGATION OF UNINTENDED RELEASES OF HYDROGEN
• W. Buttner, M. Post, C. Rivkin, R. Burgess,
AN OVERVIEW OF HYDROGEN SAFETY SENSORS
AND REQUIREMENTS

• D.
Willoughby, M. Royle,
THE INTERACTION OF HYDROGEN JET RELEASES WITH WALLS AND
BARRIERS

• P. Middha, D. Engel, O. Hansen, CAN THE ADDITION OF HYDROGEN TO NATURAL GAS
REDUCE THE EXPLOSION RISK?
• V. Shepelin, D. Koshmanov, E. Chepelin, CATALYSTS FOR HYDROGEN REMOVAL: KINETIC
PARADOX AND FUNCTIONING AT HIGH CONCENTRATION OF HYDROGEN
• R. Zalosh, N. Barilo,
WIDE AREA AND DISTRIBUTED HYDROGEN SENSORS
• I. Kirillov, PERFORMANCE-BASED REQUIREMENTS FOR HYDROGEN DETECTION
ALLOCATION AND ACTUATION

• J. Capelle, J. Gilgert, G. Pluvinage, DEFECT ASSESSMENT ON PIPE USED FOR TRANSPORT OF
MIXTURE OF HYDROGEN AND NATURAL GAS

THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
THEMATIC SESSIONS
List of articles accepted
Session Materials Safety

• D.
Anton, J. Gray, ENVIRONMENTAL REACTIVITY OF SOLID STATE HYDRIDE MATERIALS
• H. Barthelemy, EFFECTS OF PURITY AND PRESSURE ON THE HYDROGEN EMBRITLLEMENT
OF STEELS AND OTHER METALLIC MATERIALS

• J.
Tomioka, K. Kiguchi,
Y.
Tamura, H. Mitsuishi, INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON THE
FATIGUE STRENGTH OF COMPRESSED HYDROGEN TANKS FOR VEHICLES
• B. Somerday, C.S. Marchi, K. Nibur, MEASUREMENT OF FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH RATES
FOR STEELS IN HYDROGEN CONTAINMENT COMPONENTS
• C. James, D.
Anton , D.
Tamburello, K. Brinkman, J. Gray, B. Hardy, MODELING OF
2LiBH4+MgH2 HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEM ACCIDENT SCENARIOS USING EMPIRICAL AND
THEORETICAL THERMODYNAMICS
• K. Holtappels, M. Beckmann-Kluge, M. Gebauer, M. Grüneberg, D. Eliezer, HYDROGEN
STORAGE IN GLASS CAPILLARY ARRAYS FOR PORTABLE AND MOBILE SYSTEMS
• J. Capelle, J. Gilgert, G. Pluvinage, HYDROGEN EFFECT ON FATIGUE AND FRACTURE OF PIPE
STEELS

Closing Session

• W. Hoagland,
THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY HYDROGEN IMPLEMETING
AGREEMENT TASK ON HYDROGEN SAFETY

Conference location

Ajaccio is a well known tourist destination;


Corsica is the fourth largest island of the Mediterranean

Sea;
the
island’s
pleasant
climate,
beautiful
mountains

and breathtaking coastlines make it a popular destination
among the French and other Western Europeans. Corsica
is active in the development of CO2 free technologies
through scientific research, education and demonstration

platforms for solar and hydrogen technologies.
Ajaccio’s


international airport allows direct flights from London,
Brussels, Geneva, Amsterdam and from all major French
airports. Corsica can also be reached by ferries from
France or Italy.


In the Conference website
http://conference.ing.unipi.it/ichs2009/

see information regarding: • Booking • Registration


• Fees • Location • Weather • More.



Exhibition opportunities

Themes and topics
Theme 1: Building Public Safety Consensus

• Historical Progress - Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier
• Progress in Closing Knowledge Gaps
• Portable, Mobile and Stationary Applications
• Safety Knowledge Tools, Training and Education

Theme 2: Latest Advances in Hydrogen
Safety R&D

• Modeling, Simulation and Validation
• Experimental Programs and Testing
• Sensors and Mitigation
• Materials Safety (hydrogen effects on materials, including fuel quality)
• Hydrogen behaviour (release, dispersion, ignition and autoignition, combustion : deflagration, detonation, Transitional effects)
• Physical effects (thermal, overpressure and missile effects from hydrogen fires and explosions)

Theme 3: Risk Management and Insurance

• Risk-informed / safety engineering
• Methods to reduce safety distances
• Risk / safety perception
• Risk acceptance and harm criteria
• Risk assessment uncertainly, cost-benefit analysis and insurance premiums
• Hydrogen safety research in insurance industry
• Property insurance vs liability insurance
- Industrial, commercial and residential

-3rd part liability
IAHySafe

The International Association for Hydrogen Safety HySafe (founded in February 2009) is organizing this event in collaboration with the principal European and international projects and organizations involved in hydrogen safety.

Conference structure

Platform for the presentation of the final results of project.
Each day, the Conference will start with a plenary session on issues that are particularly relevant in contemporary society, such as technologies, infrastructure and public safety, research & development, risk management and insurance.
The plenary session will be followed by parallel sessions featuring invited topical presentations and contributed papers.

Conference language

The conference language is English.

No translation will be provided.

PLENARY SESSIONS

• 1st Plenary Session:
Hydrogen Energy Technologies and Infrastructure - Building Public Safety Consensus

Opening comments: focus and structure of Plenary
Jay Keller - Sandia National Laboratories

Hydrogen: A Safe Energy Carrier - Historical Perspective

TBD

Safety R&D and Engineering - Recent Progress Highlights

Antonio Ruiz - US-DOE

Hydrogen Safety - Local Perspective on Public Acceptance

TBD

Summary, Topical Lectures to follow

Jay Keller - Sandia National Laboratories

• 2nd Plenary Session:
R&D Safety Issues - Latest Advances in Hydrogen Safety R&D

Thomas Jordan – FZK / HySafe

• 3rd Plenary Session:
Risk Management and Insurance (breaking barriers/paving pathways)

Andrei Tchouvelev - AVT, Canada and Sergey Dorofeev - FM Global, USA
Introduction of the topic and panellists by the Moderator (A. Tchouvelev)

Industry Prospective

Case Study 1: Refuelling Station Insurance – Anne Marit Hansen, StatoilHydro, Norway
Case Study 2: Residential Fuel Cells Insurance – Sam Myashita, ENAA, Japan

Insurance Prospective

Case Study 3: Property insurance experience - TBD, FM Global, USA
Case Study 4: Non property insurance experience - Allianz Risk Transfer (TBD)


Interactive panel discussion

moderated by Sergey Dorofeev

TOPICAL LECTURE

Topical Lecture 1

Historical Progress - Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier

Gonzalvo Piernavieja TBC

Topical Lecture 2

Closing the Knowledge Gap

Vladimir Molkov - University of Ulster

Topical Lecture 3

Modeling

Alexei Kotchourko - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Topical Lecture 4

Experiment Tools

Stuart Hawksworth - Healt and Safety Lab., Buxton

Topical Lecture 5

Property insurance R&D and Hydrogen

Lou Ritz - FM Global, USA

Topical Lecture 6

Uniform Risk Acceptance and Harm Criteria

Jeff LaChance - SNL, USA

THEMATIC SESSIONS

List of articles accepted

Session Hydrogen RCS

• Hennessey, N. Weyandt, STATUS OF THE NHTSA'S HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL VEHICLE
SAFETY RESEARCH PROGRAM
• C. Rivkin, C. Blake, R. Burgess, W. Buttner, M. Post, A NATIONAL SET OF HYDROGEN CODES AND STANDARDS FOR THE US
• M. Gresho, FROM RESEARCH RESULTS TO PUBLISHED CODES AND STANDARDS -ESTABLISHING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR NFPA 55 BULK HYDROGEN SYSTEMS SEPARATION DISTANCES Session Fuel Station safety
• N. Mattei, M. Carcassi, M. Schiavetti, EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON WIND INFLUENCE
ON HYDROGEN RELEASE FROM LOW PRESSURE PIPELINES
• M. Royle, D. Willoughby, CONSEQUENCES OF CATASTROPHIC RELEASES OF IGNITED
AND UNIGNITED HYDROGEN JET RELEASES
• K. B. Yoon, S.H. Lee, Y.G. Kim, S.C. Kim, TEMPERATURE CHANGE OF A TYPE IV CYLINDER
DURING HYDROGEN FUELING PROCESS
• M. Heitsch, P. Moretto, D. Baraldi, SIMULATION OF THE FAST FILLING OF HYDROGEN TANKS
Session Safety Knowledge
• S. Weiner, L. Fassbender, K. Quick, USING HYDROGEN SAFETY BEST PRACTICES AND
LEARNING FROM SAFETY EVENTS
• T. Wallner, R. Scarcelli , H. R. A. Lohse-Busch, B. M. Wozny, S.A. Miers, SAFETY
CONSIDERATIONS FOR HYDROGEN TEST CELLS
• T. Jordan, P. Adams, I. Azkarate, D. Baraldi, A. Vetere, H. Barthelemy, L. Bauwens, A. Bengaouer, P. Serre-Combe, S. Brennan, A. Dahoe, D. Makarov, V. Molkov, M. Carcassi, A. Marangon, N. Eisenreich, A. Kessler, G. Langer, A. Engebø, E. Funnemark, E. Haland, G.P. Haugom, E. Gallego, A. Gavrikov, N. Zaretskiy, A.M. Hansen, S. Nielsen, O. Jedicke, A. Kotchourko, S. Kumar, F. Markert, P. Middha, L. Perrette, D. Tigreat, E. Reinecke. K. Verfondern, M. Wilms, U. Schmidten, M. Stöcklin, A. Sully, A. Teodorczyk, A. Venetsanos, N. Versloot,
ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE EC NETWORK OF EXCELLENCE HYSAFE


• E. A. Reinecke, Th. Huebert, I. Tkatschenko, A. Kessler, M. Kuznetsov, B.A. Wilkins, D. Hedley,
I. Azkarate, C. Proust, B. Acosta-Iborra, A. Gavrikov, N. Versloot, A. Marangon, A. Teodorczyk,
F. Grafwallner, INTEGRATION OF EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES: A JOINT EFFORT FOR
ESTABLISHING A COMMON KNOWLEDGE BASE IN EXPERIMENTAL WORK ON HYDROGEN SAFETY


Session Confined Spaces

• B. Cariteau, J. Brinster, I. Tkatschenko, EXPERIMENTS ON THE DISTRIBUTION
OF CONCENTRATION DUE TO BUOYANT GAS LOW FLOW RATE RELEASE IN AN ENCLOSURE
• A. Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou, B. Cariteau, P. Adams, A. Bengaouer, ESTIMATION OF AN ALLOWABLE HYDROGEN PERMEATION RATE FROM ROAD VEHICKE COMPRESSED GASEOUS HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEMS IN TYPICAL GARAGES: PART 2: CFD DISPERSION CALCULATIONS USING THE ADREA-HF CODE AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION USING HELIUM TESTS AT THE GARAGE FACILITY
• P. Adams, A. Bengaouer, B. Cariteau, V. Molkov, A. Venetsanos, ALLOWABLE HYDROGEN
PERMEATION RATE FROM ROAD VEHICLE COMPRESSED GASEOUS STORAGE SYSTEMS
IN GARAGES:
PART 1: INTRODUCTION, SCENARIOS, AND ESTIMATION OF AN ALLOWABLE PERMEATION RATE
• J. B. Saffers, D. Makarov, V. Molkov, ESTIMATION OF AN ALLOWABLE HYDROGEN
PERMEATION RATE FROM ROAD VEHICLE COMPRESSED GASEOUS HYDROGEN STORAGE
SYSTEMS IN TYPICAL GARAGES; PART 3 – MODELLING AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF
HYDROGEN PERMEATION IN A GARAGE WITH ADIABATIC WALLS AND STILL AIR
• A. Venetsanos, P. Adams, I. Azkarate, A. Bengaouer, L. Brett, M. Carcassi, A. Engebo,
E Gallego, A. Gavrikov, O.R. Hansen, S. Hawksworth, T. Jordan, A. Kessler, S. Kumar, V. Molkov,
S. Nilsen, E. Reinecke, M. Stöcklin, U. Schmidtchen, A. Teodorczyk, D. Tigreat, N. Versloot, ON THE USE OF HYDROGEN IN CONFINED SPACES:
RESULTS FROM THE INTERNAL PROJECT INSHYDE
• S. Brennan, A. Bengaouer, S. Kudriakov, C. Pitre, M. Carcassi, G. Cerchiara, G. Evans, W. Houf,
R. Schefer, A. Friedrich, N. Kotchourko, G. Stern, A. Veser, O. Gentilhomme, A. Kotchourko, J. Yanez, D. Makarov, V. Molkov, E. Papanikolau, A. Venetsanos, M. Royle, D. Willoughby,
HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL STATIONARY APPLICATIONS: KEY FINDINGS OF MODELLING
AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK IN THE HYPER PROJECT
• S. Grigoriev, V. Fateev, S. Korobtsev, V. Porembskiy, P. Millet, F. Auprêtre, HIGH PRESSURE PEM
WATER ELECTROLYSIS AND CORRESPONDING SAFETY ISSUES
• S. Kumar, S. Miles, P. Adams, A. Kotchourko, D. Hedley, P. Middha, V. Molkov, A. Teodorczyk,
M. Zenner, HYTUNNEL PROJECT TO INVESTIGATE THE USE OF HYDROGEN VEHICLES IN ROAD
TUNNELS
• F. Vogler, G-M Würsing, SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS AND APPROVAL PROCEDURES FOR THE
INTEGRATION OF FUEL CELLS ON BOARD OF SHIPS
• E. Merilo, M. Groethe, J. Colton, S. Chiba, EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN RELEASE
ACCIDENTS IN A VEHICLE GARAGE
• A. Friedrich, N. Kotchourko, G. Stern, A. Veser, HYPER EXPERIMENTS ON CATASTROPHIC
HYDROGEN RELEASES INSIDE A FUEL CELL ENCLOSURE
• B. Cariteau, J. Brinster, E. Studer, I. Tkatschenko, G. Joncquet, EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ON
THE DISPERSION OF BUOYANT GAS IN A FULL SCALE GARAGE FROM A COMPLEX SOURCE
• G. Cerchiara, M. Carcassi, N. Mattei, M. Schiavetti, NATURAL AND FORCED VENTILATION
STUDY IN AN ENCLOSURE HOSTING A FUELL CELL


Session Dispersion

• R. Schefer, G. Evans, J. Zhang, A. Ruggles, R. Greif, IGNITABI8LITY LIMITS FOR COMBUSTION
OF UNINTENDED HYDROGEN RELEASES: EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL RESULTS
• P. Middha, M. Ichard, B. Arntzen, VALIDATION OF CFD MODELLING OF LH2 SPREAD AND
EVAPORATION AGAINST LARGE-SCALE SPILL EXPERIMENTS
• W. Pitts, K. Prasad, J. Yang, M. Fernandez, EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION AND
MODELING OF HELIUM DISPERSION IN A ¼ SCALE TWO-CAR RESIDENTIAL GARAGE
• E. Studer, S. Kudriakov, S. Jallais, V. Blanchetière, J. Hebrard, G. Leroy, BENCHMARK
EXERCISES RELATED TO THE SAFETY ANALYSIS OF HYDROGEN / NATURAL GAS MIXTURES
TRANSMISSION IN PIPELINES
• A. Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou, J.G. Bartzis, THE ADREA-HF CFD CODE FOR CONSEQUENCE ASSESSMENT OF HYDROGEN APPLICATIONS
• O. K. Sommersel, D. Bjerketvedt, NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF A LARGE HYDROGEN RELEASE IN A PROCESS PLANT
• E. Papanikolau, A. Venetsanos, D. Baraldi, M. Heitsch, A. Huser, J. Pujol, D. Makarov, V. Molkov, J. Garcia, N. Markatos, HYSAFE SBEP-V20: NUMERICAL PREDICTIONS OF RELEASE EXPERIMENTS INSIDE A RESIDENTIAL GARAGE WITH PASSIVE VENTILATION
• S. Korobtsev, V. Denisenko, I. Kirillov, I. Nikolaev, HYDROGEN-AIR EXPLOSIVE ENVELOPE
BEHAVIOR IN CONFINED SPACE AT DIFFERENT LEAK VELOCITIES
• A. Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou,G.M. Cerchiara, M. Carcassi, N. Markatos, CFD SIMULATIONS
ON SMALL HYDROGEN RELEASES INSIDE A VENTILATED FACILITY AND ASSESSMENT OF VENTILATION EFFICIENCY
• J. Zheng, H. Bie, P, Xu, Y. Liu, H. Chen. Y.Z. Zhao, NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF HYDROGEN
RELEASE FROM HIGH-PRESSURE STORAGE VESSEL
• E. Deri, M. Bucci, M. Turin, A. Monavon, SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON THE SCALING
OF EXPERIMENTS FOR HYDROGEN RISK ASSESSMENT
• R. Khaksarfard, M. Paraschivoiu, NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN DISPERSION
INTO AIR
• A. Venetsanos, E. Papanikolaou, O.R. Hansen, P. Middha, J. Garcia, E. Gallego, M. Heitsch, D. Baraldi, P. Adams, HYSAFE STANDARD BENCHMARK PROBLEM SBEP-V11:
PREDICTIONS OF HYDROGEN RELEASE AND DISPERSION FROM A CGH2 BUS IN AN UNDERPASS
• S. Benteboula, A. Bengaouer, B. Cariteau, COMPARISON OF TWO SIMPLIFIED MODELS
PREDICTIONS WITH EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS FOR GAS RELEASE WITHIN
AN ENCLOSURE
• N. Djlali, T.C. Wu, P. Oshkai, B. Chernyavsky, NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF BUOYANT GAS RELEASE
• F. Ganci, A. Carpignano, M. Carcassi, N. Mattei, HYDROGEN RELEASE AND ATMOSPHERIC
DISPERSION: EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES AND COMPARISON WITH PARAMETRIC SIMULATIONS
• L. Deimling, V. Weiser, A. Blanc, N. Eisenreich, G. Billeb,A. Kessler, CHARACTERISATION OF
HYDROGEN RELEASE TESTS


Session Ignition

• J. Wen, B. XU, V. Tam, NUMERICAL STUDY ON SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF PRESSURIZED
HYDROGEN RELEASE THROUGH A LENGTH OF TUBE
• M. Bragin, V. Molkov, PHYSICS OF SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF HIGH-PRESSURE HYDROGEN
RELEASE AND TRANSITION TO JET FIRE
• G. Hankinson, H. Mathurkar, B. Lowesmith, IGNITION ENERGY AND IGNITION PROBABILITY
OF METHANE-HYDROGEN-AIR MIXTURES
• S. Désilets, S. Côté, A. Tchouvelev, G. Nadeau, IGNITION EXPERIMENTS OF HYDROGEN
MIXTURES BY DIFFERENT METHODS AND DESCRIPTION OF THE DRDC TEST FACILITIES
• B. Maxwell, M. Radulescu, A LAGRANGIAN REACTION-DIFFUSION MODEL FOR PREDICTING
THE IGNITABILITY OF PRESSURIZED HYDROGEN RELEASES
• L. Bawens, J.M. Gavilanes, N. Rezaeyan, SIMULATION OF SHOCK-INITIATED IGNITION
• S. Bane, J. Shepherd, E. Kwon, A. Day, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF ELECTROSTATIC SPARK
IGNITION OF LEAN H2-O2-AR MIXTURES
• A. K. Hayashi, E. Yamada, N. Kitabayashi, N. Tsuboi, MECHANISM OF HIGH PRESSURE
HYDROGEN AUTO-IGNITION WHEN SPOUTING INTO AIR
• V. Golub, I. Laskin, D. Lenkevich, N. Semin, V. Volodin, HYDROGEN SELF-IGNITION IN PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES

Session Jet

• E. Papanikolaou,
A. Venetsanos, A. Marangon, M. Schiavetti, M. Carcassi, N. Markatos, CONSEQUENCE ASSESSMENT OF THE BBC HYDROGEN REFUELING STATION, USING THE ADREA-HF CODE
• J. Xiao, J. Travis, W. Breitung, HYDROGEN RELEASE FROM A HIGH-PRESSURE GH2 RESERVOIR IN CASE OF A SMALL LEAK
• P. Bénard, A. Hourri, B. Angers,A. Tchouvelev, V. Agranat, EFFECTS OF SURFACE ON THE FLAMMABLE EXTENT OF HYDROGEN JETS
• W. Winters, W. Houf, SIMULATION OF SMALL-SCALE RELEASES FROM LIQUID HYDROGEN
STORAGE SYSTEMS
• S. Benteboula, E. Studer, INTEGRAL MODELS FOR HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN-METHANE RELEASES
• S. Désilets, S. Côté, P. Bénard, A. Tchouvelev, G. Nadeau, EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND COMPARISON WITH SIMULATED DATA OF A LOW PRESSURE HYDROGEN JET
• J. Grune, K. Sempert, M. Kuznetsow, W. Breitung, EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF IGNITED
UNSTEADY HYDROGEN JETS INTO AIR
• R. Schefer, E. Merilo, M. Groethe, W. Houf, EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN
JET FIRE MITIGATION BY BARRIER WALLS
• M. Kuznetsov, A. Veser, A. Fridrich, N. Kotchourko, G. Stern, G. Fast, M. Schwall, W. Breitung, THE STRUCTURE AND FLAME PROPAGATION REGIMES IN TURBULENT HYDROGEN JETS
• A Blanc, L. Deimling, N. Eisenreich, G. Langer, A. Kessler, V. Weiser, EVALUATION OF OPTICAL
AND SPECTROSCOPIC EXPERIMENTS OF HYDROGEN JET FIRES


Session Fire, Explosion

• S. Dorofeev, C.R. Bauwens, J. Chaffee, VENTED EXPLOSION OVERPRESSURES FROM COMBUSTION OF HYDROGEN AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURES
• S. Kudriakov. B. Chen, E. Studer, NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE LAMINAR HYDROGEN FLAME IN THE PRESENCE OF A QUENCHING MESH
• B. Lowesmith, C. Mumby, G. Hankinson, J. Puttock, VENTED CONFINED EXPLOSIONS INVOLVING METHANE/HYDROGEN MIXTURES
• J-A. Coralie, A. Beccantini, S. Kudriakov, UNSTEADY LUMPED-PARAMETER MODELLING OF HYDROGEN COMBUSTION IN THE PRESENCE OF A WATER SPRAY
• Y. Skob, M. Ugryumov, K. Korobchynski, E. Granovskyy, V. Lyfar, NUMERICAL MODELING OF HYDROGEN FIRE DYNAMICS IN ENCLOSED SPACE
• D. Makarov, F. Verbecke, V. Molkov, A. Kotchourko, A. Lelyakin, J. Yanez, D. Baraldi, M. Heitsch,
A. Efimenko, A. Gavrikov, AN INTERCOMPARISON OF CFD MODELS TO PREDICT LEAN AND NON-UNIFORM HYDROGEN MIXTURE EXPLOSIONS
• Y. Wu, M. Hamid, ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF INERT GAS AND HYDROCARBON FUEL
DILUTION ON HYDROGEN FLAMES
• J. Wen, A. Heidari, S. Ferraris, V. am, NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF LARGE SCALE HYDROGEN DETONATION
• O. Bozier, R. Sorin, R.Zitoun, D. Desbordes, DETONABILITY OF BINARY H2/CH4 - AIR MIXTURE
• A. Gavrikov, A. Aleksandrov, V. Alekseev, E. Chernenko, A. Efimenko, A. Mairov, I. Matsukov, N. Shepetov, S. Velmakin, N. Zaretskiy, EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN RELEASES
COMBUSTION
• C. Proust, D. Jamois, E. Studer, HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN FIRES
• V. Petukhov, I. Naboko, N. Bublik, P. Gusev, O. Solntsev, S. Onufriev, L. Gutkin, EXPERIMENTAL
SIMULATION OF EXPLOSION WAVE PROPAGATION IN HYDROGEN-AIR-MIXTURES OF VARIABLE COMPOSITION
• I. Zaev, I.A. Kirillov, IMPROVEMENTS IN TWO-STEP MODEL OF HYDROGEN DETONATIVE COMBUSTION: MODEL DESCRIPTION AND SENSITIVITY TO ITS PARAMETERS
• J. Wen, V. Madhav Rao, V. Tam, NUMERICAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN EXPLOSIONS IN A VEHICLE REFILL ENVIRONMENT
• L. Melani, I. Sochet, X. Rocourt, S. Jallais, REVIEW OF METHODS TO ESTIMATE THE OVERPRESSURE AND IMPULSE RESULTING FROM HYDROGEN EXPLOSION IN A CONFINED/OBSTRUCTED VOLUME
• A. Kotchourko, J. Yanez, A. Lelyakin, A. Gavrikov, A. Efimenko, M. Zbikowski, D. Makarov, V. Molkov,
AN INTER-COMPARISON EXERCISE ON THE CFD DETONATION SIMULATION IN LARGE SCALE CONFINED VOLUMES


Session Risk Management/Assesment

• R. Zimmer, M. Zschiesche, N. Hölzinger, THE ROLE OF TRUST AND FAMILIARITY IN RISK
COMMUNICATION
• L. Zhang, R. Adey, PREDICTION OF THIRD PARTY DAMAGE FAILURE FREQUENCY FOR
PIPELINES TRANSPORTING MIXTURES OF NATURAL GAS AND HYDROGEN
• H. J. Pasman, FOR A SUCCESSFUL ARRIVAL OF THE HYDROGEN ECONOMY IMPROVE NOW
THE CONFIDENCE LEVEL OF RISK ASSESSMENTS!
• I. Kozine, F. Markert, A. Alapetite, DISCRETE EVENT SIMULATION IN SUPPORT TO HYDROGEN
SUPPLY RELIABILITY
• F. Markert, A. Engebø, S. Nilsen, A BARRIER ANALYSIS OF A GENERIC HYDROGEN
REFUELLING STATION
• D. Dedrick, M. Kanouff, R. Larson, R. Bradshaw, J. Graetz, S. Hwang, PREDICTIONS OF OLID-STATE HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEM CONTAMINATION PROCESSES
• D. Mosher, Y. (Jhon) Khalil, RISK QUANTIFICATION OF HYDRIDE BASED HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEMS FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
• K. Ham, A. Marangon, M. Carcassi, P. Middha, N. Versloot, BENCHMARK EXERCISE ON
QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES APPLIED TO A VIRTUAL HYDROGEN
REFUELLING STATION
• G. P. Haugom, P.Friis Hansen, E. Håland, RISK MODELLING OF A HYDROGEN REFUELLING
STATION USING A BAYESIAN NETWORK
• V. Shepelin, D. Koshmanov, N. Efimova, SAFE TESTING OF CATALYTIC DEVICES IN HYDROGEN-AIR-FLOW
• A. Rodionov, H. Wilkening, P. Moretto, RISK ASSESSMENT OF HYDROGEN EXPLOSION FOR
PRIVATE CAR WITH HYDROGEN-DRIVEN ENGINE
• J. Lachance, A. Tchouvelev, A. Engebø, DEVELOPMENT OF UNIFORM HARM CRITERIA FOR
USE IN QUANTITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS OF THE HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE

Session Mitigation

• W. Houf, G. Evans, R. Schefer, E. Merilo, M. Groethe, A STUDY OF BARRIER WALLS FOR MITIGATION OF UNINTENDED RELEASES OF HYDROGEN
• W. Buttner, M. Post, C. Rivkin, R. Burgess, AN OVERVIEW OF HYDROGEN SAFETY SENSORS AND REQUIREMENTS
• D. Willoughby, M. Royle, THE INTERACTION OF HYDROGEN JET RELEASES WITH WALLS AND
BARRIERS
• P. Middha, D. Engel, O. Hansen, CAN THE ADDITION OF HYDROGEN TO NATURAL GAS
REDUCE THE EXPLOSION RISK?
• V. Shepelin, D. Koshmanov, E. Chepelin, CATALYSTS FOR HYDROGEN REMOVAL: KINETIC
PARADOX AND FUNCTIONING AT HIGH CONCENTRATION OF HYDROGEN
• R. Zalosh, N. Barilo, WIDE AREA AND DISTRIBUTED HYDROGEN SENSORS
• I. Kirillov, PERFORMANCE-BASED REQUIREMENTS FOR HYDROGEN DETECTION
ALLOCATION AND ACTUATION
• J. Capelle, J. Gilgert, G. Pluvinage, DEFECT ASSESSMENT ON PIPE USED FOR TRANSPORT OF
MIXTURE OF HYDROGEN AND NATURAL GAS

Session Materials Safety

• D. Anton, J. Gray, ENVIRONMENTAL REACTIVITY OF SOLID STATE HYDRIDE MATERIALS
• H. Barthelemy, EFFECTS OF PURITY AND PRESSURE ON THE HYDROGEN EMBRITLLEMENT
OF STEELS AND OTHER METALLIC MATERIALS
• J. Tomioka, K. Kiguchi, Y. Tamura, H. Mitsuishi, INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON THE
FATIGUE STRENGTH OF COMPRESSED HYDROGEN TANKS FOR VEHICLES
• B. Somerday, C.S. Marchi, K. Nibur, MEASUREMENT OF FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH RATES
FOR STEELS IN HYDROGEN CONTAINMENT COMPONENTS
• C. James, D. Anton , D. Tamburello, K. Brinkman, J. Gray, B. Hardy, MODELING OF
2LiBH4+MgH2 HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEM ACCIDENT SCENARIOS USING EMPIRICAL AND
THEORETICAL THERMODYNAMICS
• K. Holtappels, M. Beckmann-Kluge, M. Gebauer, M. Grüneberg, D. Eliezer, HYDROGEN
STORAGE IN GLASS CAPILLARY ARRAYS FOR PORTABLE AND MOBILE SYSTEMS
• J. Capelle, J. Gilgert, G. Pluvinage, HYDROGEN EFFECT ON FATIGUE AND FRACTURE OF PIPE
STEELS

Closing Session


• W. Hoagland, THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY HYDROGEN IMPLEMETING AGREEMENT TASK ON HYDROGEN SAFETY

Christophe Gauthier