54th UKELG One Day Discussion Meeting on

“Advances in Explosion Modelling”

Friday 30 October 2015

Arden House, Warwick University Conference Centre






Derek Bradley, Department of Engineering, Leeds University.


            Can anything be modelled sufficiently accurately?


Tim Jones, MMI Engineering


            Geometry representation for Explosion Modelling at FEED (front end engineering design)


Tryge Skjold, Gexcon


Modelling in FLACS – Activities and Prospects


Jim Vingerhoets, FIKE


Dust Flame Propagation in Industrial Scale Piping: CFD Study of a Conveying Vessel-Pipeline System


Salvador Navarro-Martinez, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College London


Numerical Modelling of Deflagration to Detonation Transition


Pratap Sathiah, Shell


Modelling explosions in realistic geometry with OpenFOAM


Gabriele Ferrara, DNV


Risk-Based Detector Placement Using CFD as means of Explosion Mitigation


Chandra Madhav Rao VENDRA, School of Engineering, University of Warwick


            Modelling large scale explosions with OpenFOAM