2012

  • Arntzen, B.J. (2012). Modelling of gas explosions using the simple interface flame model, SIF. Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute: Eight Topical Meeting on fire and explosion safety. Hosted by University of Bergen and Gexcon, 1-2 November 2012, Bergen, Norway: 2 pp.
  • Coffey, C.J. & Price, D.W. (2012). Probabilistic risk assessment in combination with CFD modelling of biomass dust explosions within large bulk storage volumes. Hazards XXIII 12-15 November 2012, Southport, UK, IChemE Symposium Series No. 158: 520-526. ISBN 978-0-85295-557-4.
  • Davis, S.G., Hinze, P.C., Gavelli, F., van Wingerden, K., Hansen, O.R. & Chillé , F. (2012). Dust explosions: case study of dryer explosions and poor explosion vent design. Eight Global Congress on Process Safety, 1-4 April 2012, Houston, Texas: 18 pp.
  • Davis, S.G., Rosas, C., Engel, D., Middha, P. & van Wingerden, K. (2012). Deflagration to detonation transitions: Predicting DDTs in hydrocarbon explosions. 2012 Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, College Station, Texas, 23-25 October 2012: 527-537. ISBN-978-0-615-53719-1.
  • Engel, D. & Davis, S.G. (2012). Optimization of carbon monoxide detector layout in residential structures. Fifth International Symposium on Fire Investigation Science and Technology (ISFI 2012). University of Maryland, USA, 15-17 October 2012: 229-240.
  • Gavelli. F., Hinze, P.C. & Davis, S.G. (2012). CFD analysis of the accumulation and deflagration of a flammable gas release in a closed environment. Fifth International Symposium on Fire Investigation Science and Technology (ISFI 2012). University of Maryland, USA, 15-17 October 2012: 253-264.
  • Geiser, J., Davis, S.G. & Gavelli, F. (2012). Carbon monoxide accumulation from sidewall vents in screened enclosures. Fifth International Symposium on Fire Investigation Science and Technology (ISFI 2012). University of Maryland, USA, 15-17 October 2012: 273-284.
  • Hansen, O.R., Davis, S.G., Gavelli, F. & Richardson, J. (2012). Benefits of CFD for Onshore Facilities. Eight Global Congress on Process Safety, 1-4 April 2012, Houston, Texas: 21 pp.
  • Ichard, M. (2012). Numerical computations of pressurized liquefied gas releases into the atmosphere. PhD thesis, Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen, February 2012. ISBN 978-82-308-2010-0.
  • Ichard, M., Geiser, J. & Gavelli, F. (2012). CFD simulation of the Falcon tests using the homogeneous equilibrium model in FLACS. Eight Global Congress on Process Safety, 1-4 April 2012, Houston, Texas: 16 pp.
  • Ichard, M., Hansen, O.R., Middha, P. & Willoughby, D. (2012). CFD computations of liquid hydrogen releases. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37: 17380-17389. ISSN 0360-3199. DOI
  • Legg, S.W., Benavides-Serrano, A.J.,  Siirola, J.D.,  Watson, J.P.,  Davis, S.G.,  Bratteteig, A. & Laird, C.D. (2012). A stochastic programming approach for gas detector placement using CFD-based dispersion simulations. Computers and Chemical Engineering, 47: 194-201. ISSN 0098-1354. DOI
  • Lilleberg, B. & Muthusamy, D. (2012). Modelling of fire under ventilation-controlled conditions. Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute: Eight Topical Meeting on fire and explosion safety. Hosted by University of Bergen and Gexcon, 1-2 November 2012, Bergen, Norway: 2 pp.
  • Muthusamy, D. & Lilleberg. B. (2012). Validation of FLACS-Fire for jet fires under ventilation-controlled conditions. Fifth International Symposium on Fire Investigation Science and Technology (ISFI 2012). University of Maryland, USA, 15-17 October 2012: 485-494.
  • Narasimhamurthy, V.D., Andersson, H.I. & Skjold, T. (2012). Analysis of DNS and RANS data in a turbulent channel flow with surface mounted ribs. Seventh International Symposium on Turbulence, Heat and Mass Transfer. Edited by Hanjalic, K., Nagano, Y., Borello, D. & Jakirlic, S. Palermo, Italy, 24-27 September 2012: 337-340. ISBN-978-1-56700-301-7. Available online
  • Pedersen, H.H., Arntzen, B.J., Middha, P. & van Wingerden, K. (2012).  Poster Thirty-fourth International Symposium on Combustion, 29 July – 3 August 2012, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Pedersen, H.H. & Middha, P. (2012) . Modelling of vented gas explosions in the CFD tool FLACS. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 26: 357-362. ISBN 978-88-95608-17-4. ISSN 1974-9791. DOI
  • Pedersen, H.H., Tomlin, G., Middha, P., Phylaktou, H. & Andrews, G. (2012). Comparison of FLACS simulations against large-scale vented gas explosion experiments in a twin compartment enclosure. Ninth International Symposium on Hazard, Prevention and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions (ISHPMIE), 22-27 July 2012, Cracow, Poland: 26 pp.
  • Pedersen, H.H., Tomlin, G., Middha, H., Phylaktou, H., & Andrews, G. (2012). Modelling large-scale vented gas explosions in a twin compartment enclosure. Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute: Eight Topical Meeting on fire and explosion safety. Hosted by University of Bergen and Gexcon, 1-2 November 2012, Bergen, Norway: 2 pp.
  • Roosendans, D., Hoorelbeke, P. & van Wingerden, K. (2012). Mitigation of vapour cloud explosions by chemical inhibition. Hazards XXIII 12-15 November 2012, Southport, UK, IChemE Symposium Series No. 158: 313-326. ISBN 978-0-85295-557-4.
  • Skjold, T., Castellanos, D., Lien, K.O. & Eckhoff, R.K. (2012). Experimental and numerical investigations of constant volume dust and gas explosions in a 3.6 metre flame acceleration tube. Ninth International Symposium on Hazard, Prevention and Mitigation of industrial Explosions (ISHPMIE), Krakow, 22-27 July 2012: 22 pp.
  • Skjold, T., Christensen, S.O., Bernard, L., Pedersen, H.H. & Narasimhamurthy, V.D. (2012). Urban canyon blast load calculations. Twenty-second International Symposium on Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (MABS), Bourges, 4-9 November 2012, 8 pp.
  • Skjold, T. & Eckhoff, R.K. (2012). Explosion protection in grain handling facilities: from Count Morozzo to computational fluid dynamics. International Conference of Agricultural Engineering, CIGR-Ageng2012, Valencia, 8-12 July 2012: 6 pp. ISBN: 84-615-9928-4. Available online
  • Skjold, T. & Eckhoff, R.K. (2012). A brief history of dust explosion research. Poster Thirty-fourth International Symposium on Combustion, Warsaw, 29 July – 3 August 2012.
  • Skjold, T., Pedersen, H.H. & Bernard, L. (2012). Validating the CFD code FLACS: Challenges, limitations & possibilities. Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute: Eight Topical Meeting on fire and explosion safety. Hosted by University of Bergen and Gexcon, 1-2 November 2012, Bergen, Norway: 1 p.
  • van Wingerden, K., Davis, S.G. & Hinze, P. (2012). Explosion isolation: A natural part of dust explosion protection. 2012 Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, College Station, Texas, 23-25 October 2012: 527-537. ISBN-978-0-615-53719-1.
  • van Wingerden, K & Wilkins, B.A. (2012). Mitigation of vapour cloud explosions using flame inhibitors. Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute: Eight Topical Meeting on fire and explosion safety. Hosted by University of Bergen and Gexcon, 1-2 November 2012, Bergen, Norway: 2 pp.

 

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