UKELG 40th Meeting

 

United Kingdom Explosion Liaison Group 

 

25th Anniversary Conference

 

19th - 20th September 2007

 

Cardiff University

 

 

Wednesday, 19th September                

 

 

25 Years of UKELG                           

Hans Michels, Imperial College

 

Numerical Study of Spontaneous Ignition of Pressurised Hydrogen                   

Jennifer Wen, Kingston University

 

A Dynamic Sub-Grid Model for LES of Deflagrating Flames                            

S.R. Gubba, Loughborough University                     

 

Recent Developments in Detonation Modelling                                     

Martin Braithwaite, Imperial College

 

A CFD Model (FOAM) for Explosion Modelling

Jonathan Puttock, Shell Global Solutions (UK) Ltd

 

Industrial Aspects of Deflagration and Detonation in Pipelines                                  

Tony Ennis, Haztech Consultants Ltd           

                                               

Detonation Prediction and Mitigation: Some Observations based on Personal Experiences of Process Pipeline explosion safety studies

Gwyn Oakley, Aber Shock and Detonation Research Ltd

 

Verification and Validation of Consequence and Risk Models for Accidental Releases of Flammable Substances to the Atmosphere

Henk Witlox, Det Norske Veritas Ltd

 

1st Huw Edwards Memorial Lecture

Prof. D. H.  Edwards: A Career in Detonation and Explosion Science Reviewed

Compiled by Geraint Thomas, Aber Shock and Detonation Research Ltd

Presented by Gwyn Oakley, Aber Shock and Detonation Research Ltd

 

A bibliography of Prof. Edwards' papers can be seen from here.

 

Thursday, 20th September                    

 

 

Flixborough (UK), 1974                      

David Slater, Cambrensis Ltd

 

Texas City (USA), 2005

Ian James, HSE

 

The Buncefield Explosion Mechanism Advisory Group Report

Introduction, Dougal Drysdale

 

The Buncefield Explosion Mechanism Advisory Group Report

Derek Bradley, Leeds University & Shell Global Solutions (UK) Ltd

 

Two-Phase Explosion Source Terms                

Phil Bowen, Cardiff University

 

Vapour Cloud Explosions from the Ignition of Methane/Hydrogen/Air Mixtures in a Congested Region

Mark Royle, HSL, Les Shirvill, Shell Global Solutions (UK) Ltd, and Terry Roberts, HSL

Presented by Geoff Chamberlain, Shell Global Solutions (UK)

 

Hydrogen Releases Ignited in a Simulated Vehicle Refuelling Environment

Mark Royle, HSL, Les Shirvill, Shell Global Solutions (UK) Ltd, and Terry Roberts, HSL

Presented by Geoff Chamberlain, Shell Global Solutions (UK)

 

 

Explosion Containment

Graham Schleyer, University of Liverpool