2010

  • Bakke, J.R., van Wingerden, K., Hoorelbeke, P. & Brewerton, B. (2010). A study on the effect of trees on gas explosions. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 23: 878-884. DOI
  • Davis, S., Engel, D. & Hansen, O.R. (2010). Case study summary of dryer explosion and venting design. Process Safety Progress, 29: 345-348. DOI
  • Davis, S., Hinze, P, Hansen, O.R. & van Wingerden, K. (2010). Does your facility Have a dust problem: methods for evaluating dust explosion hazards. Mary Kay O’Connor Symposium, College Station, Texas, 26-28 October 2010.
  • Davis, S.G., Engel, D. & Hansen, O. R. (2010). Dust or gas explosion: case study of dryer explosion and design venting. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2010 Spring Meeting, Sixth Global Congress on Process Safety, 22-24 March 2010, San Antonio, Texas. Abstract
  • Davis, S.G. & Hansen, O.R. (2010). New investigation findings on the 2006 Danvers, MA explosion. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 23: 194-210. DOI
  • Davis, S.G., Engel, D., Gavelli, F., Hinze, P. & Hansen, O.R. (2010). Advanced methods for determining the origin of vapor cloud explosions case study: 2006 Danvers explosion investigation. ISFI meeting, 27-29 September 2010, Hyattsville, USA.
  • Davis, S.G., Hinze, P., Hansen, O.R. & van Wingerden, K. (2010). Investigation techniques used to determine the massive vapor cloud explosion at the Buncefield fuel depot. ISFI meeting, 27-29 September 2010, Hyattsville, USA.
  • Davis, S., Kelly, S, Somandepalli, V. (2010). Hot surface ignition of performance fuels. Fire Technology 46:363-374. DOI
  • Dyduch, Z. & Skjold, T. (2010). An assessment of the laminar burning velocity in dust/air mixtures based on a model for dust explosions in closed 20-litre vessels. Eighth International Symposium on Hazards, Prevention and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions (ISHPMIE), Yokohama, 5-10 September 2010: 11 pp.
  • García, J., Baraldi, D.,Gallego, E., Beccantini, A., Crespo, A., Hansen, O.R., Høiset, S., Kotchourko, A., Makarov, D., Migoya, E., Molkov, V., Voort, M.M. & Yanez, J. (2010). An intercomparison exercise on the capabilities of CFD models to reproduce a large-scale hydrogen deflagration in open atmosphere. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35: 4435-4444. DOI
  • Gavelli, F., Davis, S.G. & Hansen, O.R. (2010). Evaluating the potential for overpressures from the ignition of an LNG vapor cloud during offloading. Mary Kay O’Connor Symposium, College Station, Texas, 26-28 October 2010.
  • Gavelli, F., Davis, S.G. & Hansen, O.R. (2010). A modern tool for the investigation of indoor flammable gas migration. ISFI meeting, 27-29 September 2010, Hyattsville, USA.
  • Gavelli, F., Davis, S.G. & Hansen, O.R. (2010). A unified model for LNG pool spread and vapor dispersion: Is wind scooping really a factor? American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2010 Spring Meeting, Tenth Topical Conference on Gas Utilization, LNG simulation session, 24 March 2010, San Antonio, Texas. Abstract
  • Gavelli, F., Davis, S.G. & Hansen, O.R. (2010).CFD simulation of vapor dispersion from LNG jetting and flashing releases. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2010 Spring Meeting, Tenth Topical Conference on Gas Utilization, LNG simulation session, 24 March 2010, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Hansen, O.R., Hinze, P., Engel, D. & Davis, S. (2010). Using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for blast wave predictions. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 23: 885-906. DOI
  • Hansen, O.R., Gavelli, F., Ichard, M. & Davis, S.G. (2010). Validation of FLACS against experimental data sets from the model evaluation database for LNG vapor dispersion. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 23: 857-877. DOI
  • Hansen, O.R., Davis, S. & Mannan, M.S. (2010). Assessing the credibility of major incidents during a process hazards analysis. Mary Kay O’Connor Symposium, 26-28 October 2010, College Station, Texas.
  • Hansen, O.R., Gavelli, F., Abiven, R., Xian-Sheng, S. & Huan, L. (2010). LNG safety study using FLACS CFD-tool. Third World Conference on the Safety of Oil & Gas Industry (WCOGI), 27-28 September 2010, Beijing.
  • Hansen, O.R. & Davis S. (2010). Vapor cloud explosion mechanisms and mitigation. Third World Conference on the Safety of Oil & Gas Industry (WCOGI), 27-28 September 2010, Beijing.
  • Ichard, M., Hansen, O.R., & Melheim, J.A. (2010). Releases of pressurized liquefied gases: simulations of the Desert Tortoise test series with the CFD model FLACS. Sixteenth Conference on Air Pollution Meteorology, Atlanta, GA, USA, (2010).
  • Ichard, M. & Melheim, J.A. (2010). Dispersion of heavy particles in turbulent-like flows. Seventh International Conference on Multiphase Flow (ICMF), May 30 – June 4 2010, Tampa, FL, USA.
  • Middha, P. (2010). Development, use and validation of the CFD tool FLACS for hydrogen safety studies. PhD Thesis, Institute of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. Persistent URL
  • Middha, P., Hansen, O.R., Grune, J. & Kotchourko, A. (2010). CFD calculations of gas leak dispersion and subsequent gas explosions: Validation against ignited impinging hydrogen jet experiments. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 179: 84-94. DOI
  • Nolde, M. & Skjold, T. (2010). Blast resistant windows – experiments and simulations. Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (MABS), Jerusalem, 3-8 October 2010: 9 pp.
  • Skjold, T. & van Wingerden (2010). A fatal accident caused by bacterial hydrogen production in an atmospheric storage tank. Proceedings Sixth International Seminar on Fire and Explosion Hazards (ISFEH), Leeds, 11-16 April 2010, Published by Research Publishing, Singapore: 516-525. ISBN: 981-08-7724-8 / 978-981-08-7724-8. DOI
  • Skjold, T. (2010). Experimental investigation of turbulent flame propagation through propane-air and dust-air suspensions in a 3.6 metre flame acceleration tube. Poster Thirty-third Symposium on Combustion, Beijing, 1-6 August 2010.
  • Skjold, T. (2010). Flame propagation in dust clouds: challenges for model validation. Proceedings Eighth International Symposium on Hazards, Prevention and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions (ISHPMIE), Yokohama, 5-10 September 2010: 11 pp.
  • Venetsanos, A.G., Papanikolaou, E., Middha, P., Hansen, O.R., Garcia, J., Heitsch, M., Baraldi, D. & Adams, P. (2010). HySafe standard benchmark problem SBEP-V11: Predictions of hydrogen release and dispersion from a CGH2 bus in an underpass. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35: 3857-3867. DOI
  • van Wingerden, K. & Skjold, T. (2010). Investigation of an explosion in a gasoline purification plant. Sixth Global Congress on Process Safety, 22-24 March 2010, San Antonio, Texas. Abstract
  • van Wingerden, K., Pedersen, G.H., Wilkins, B.A., Berg, M. & Nielsen, N.O.F. (2010). A full-scale experimental and modelling investigation of dust explosions in a roller mill. Sixth Global Congress on Process Safety, 22-24 March 2010, San Antonio, Texas. Abstract
  • van Wingerden, K. & Skjold, T (2010). Vented dust explosions: a review of the effect of vent ducts, supported by CFD calculations. Proceedings Eighth International Symposium on Hazards, Prevention and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions (ISHPMIE), Yokohama, 5-10 September 2010: 11 pp.
  • van Wingerden, K., Pedersen, G.H. & Davis, S. (2010). Application of a short cut risk analysis methodology for analyzing dust explosion hazards. Sixth Global Congress on Process Safety (GCPS), 22-24 March 2010, San Antonio, Texas. Abstract

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