58th UKELG  Discussion Meeting

35th AnniversaryMeeting

“Explosion Hazards””

Tuesday 10th October – Thursday 12th October 2017

DNV GL Spadeadam Research and Testing Centre

Gilsland, Cumbria, UK

 

 

Engineering Models for Vented Lean Hydrogen Deflagrations

   

        Anubhav Sinba, Vendra Chandra, and Jennifer X, Wen, Warwick FIRE, School of Engineering, University of Warwick.

 

Drag Loading in Vented Gas Explosions

 

        Rob Crowe, Clive Robinson, and Mike Johnson, DNV GL

 

DOWSES & AIRRE, up coming research at DNV GL Spadeadam

 

        Dan Allason, DNV GL

 

Biomass for Power Generation, Experience writing the Energy institute Guide

 

        Alan Tyldesley

 

Dust: Knowledge and key gaps

DNV GL

Metal Dust Explosions

 

        Dave Burn, Fike

 

The importance of considering realistic blast waveforms and corresponding methods of

assessing structural damage when conducting quantitative risk assessments

   

        Christopher Stirling, Nicolas Misselbrook, Thornton Tomasetti Defence Limited, UK

        Lisa Nikodym, John Mould, James Wesevich, Thornton Tomasetti, USA

 

Predicting Blast Pressures at Long Range DNV-GL Trial -June 2017

 

       Rodger Munt, University of Salford

 

A review of CFD for simulating hydrogen explosions, and how to improve confidence in the approach   

 

        Prankul Middha and Steve Howell

 

Experimental investigation of vented hydrogen deflagrations in 20-foot ISO containers

 

        Trygve Skjold, Gexcon AS

 

Investigation of non-uniform Hydrogen / Air mixture flame acceleration and transition to detonation 

 

        Reza Khodadadi Azadbonia, Ali Heidaria, and Jennifer X. Wenb,*

        aFire, Explosion and Fluid Dynamics Research Team, School of Mechanical & Automotive Engineering, Kingston University London, SW15 3DW, UK

        bWarwick FIRE, School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, UK

 

CFD Analysis of Vented Lean Hydrogen Deflagrations in an ISO Container

       

        Vendra C. Madhav Rao & Jennifer X. Wen

        Warwick FIRE, School of Engineering

        University of Warwick, UK

 

Explosion risk in hydrogen facilities – balancing simplified and comprehensive approaches

 

        Olav Roald Hansen, Lloyd's Register