Due to its flammability, buoyancy, its ability to embrittle metals, and other properties that require engineering control, designing a hydrogen system that ensures its safe use can be a challenging process. Awareness of hydrogen hazards is critical so that early precautions can be taken, such as designing a reliable hydrogen system.
Our Research Engineer, Melodia Lucas, was presenting a paper titled “Simulating Vented Hydrogen Deflagrations: Improved Modelling in the CFD Tool FLACS-Hydrogen” at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2019). This conference was held on 24-26 September in Adelaide, Australia. The attendees consist of hydrogen safety experts from all
Gexcon and Curtin University Oil and Gas Innovation Centre are pleased to invite you to an industry-focused 1-Day Hydrogen Safety and Technology Workshop. We will have presentations from experts addressing the latest issues related to hydrogen safety and the technology aspect that supports the development of the hydrogen industry. The
Our research engineer, Melodia Lucas, will be presenting a paper titled “Simulating Vented Hydrogen Deflagrations: Improved Modelling in the CFD Tool FLACS-Hydrogen” at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2019) held on 24-26 September in Adelaide, Australia. Melodia will present the new generation FLACS CFD solver, which further improves the accuracy of
Gexcon Australia opens second office in Perth. The official opening was made by Ambassador Paul Gulleik Larsen representing the Norwegian Embassy in Australia whose speech focused on the collaboration between Australia and Norway and the exportation of world-leading competence and knowledge sharing. Gexcon is world-leading in the field of safety and risk