2017

 

  • Atanga, G., Lakshmipathy, S., Skjold, T., Hisken, H. & Hanssen, A.G. (2017). Structural response for vented hydrogen deflagrations: coupling CFD and FE tools. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2017), Paper # 224, Hamburg, 11-13 September 2017: 378-387. ISBN 978-88-902391.
  • Braatz, A.-L. & Hisken, H. (2017). Response surfaces for advanced consequence models: Two approaches. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 49: 683-699. DOI
  • Babushok, V.I., Gregory T. Linteris, G.T., Pol Hoorelbeke, P., Roosendans, D & van Wingerden, K. (2017). Flame inhibition by potassium-containing compounds. Combustion Science and Technology, 189: 2039-2055. DOI
  • Chillè, F.,  Salaün, N. & Daudey, N. (2017). Structural response based on CFD blast analyses: Part 2, Application to reinforced concrete structures. Proceedings, CONFAB 2017, Second International Conference on Structural Safety under Fire and Blast Loading, Y, Lu, A. Usmani, K. Cashell & P. Das (Eds.), Brunel University, 10-12 September 2017, Asranet Ltd., London: 356-365. ISBN 978-1-9998536-0-0.
  • Chillè, F.,  Salaün, N. & Daudey, N. (2017). Structural response based on CFD blast analyses: Part 3, Application to industrial equipment. Proceedings, CONFAB 2017, Second International Conference on Structural Safety under Fire and Blast Loading, Y, Lu, A. Usmani, K. Cashell & P. Das (Eds.), Brunel University, 10-12 September 2017, Asranet Ltd., London: 366-373. ISBN 978-1-9998536-0-0.
  • Davis, S.G., Merilo, E., Engel, D., Ziemba, A., Pinto, M. & van Wingerden, K. (2017). Large scale detonation testing: New findings in the prediction of DDTs at large scales. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 48: 345-357. DOI
  • Davis, S.G., Pagliaro, J.L., Botwinick, D., Engel, D., van Wingerden, K., Merilo, E., Ziemba, A. & Groethe, M. (2017). Large scale testing confirms: A deflagration to detonation transition needs to be considered when facility siting. American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE) 2017 Spring Meeting and Thirteenth Global Congress on Process Safety (GCPS), San Antonio, Texas, 26-29 March 2017: 30 pp.
  • Davis, S.G., Pagliaro, J.L., Debold, T.F., van Wingerden, M. & van Wingerden, K. (2017). Large scale flammability and explosivity testing of low burning velocity gases: Validity of prediction tools and impact on siting studies and risk assessments. American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE) 2017 Spring Meeting and Thirteenth Global Congress on Process Safety (GCPS), San Antonio, Texas, 26-29 March 2017: 22 pp.
  • Davis, S.G., Pagliaro, J.L., Debold, T.F., van Wingerden, M. & van Wingerden, K. (2017). Flammability and explosion characteristics of mildly flammable refrigerants. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 49: 662-674. DOI
  • Ghaffari, M., Mauri, L., Skjold, T., Hoffmann, A.C., van Wingerden, K. & Eckhoff, R.K. (2017). Improved modelling of particle-laden flow in the CFD simulator FLACS-DustEx. Fifth International Symposium of Reliable Flow of Particulate Solids (RELPOWFLO V), 13-15 June 2017, Skien, Norway: 6 pp.
  • Henriksen, M., Bjerketvedt, D., Vaagsaether, K., Gaathaug, A.V., Skjold, T. & Middha, P. (2017). Accidental hydrogen release in a gas chromatograph laboratory: a case study. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42: 7651-7656. ISSN 0360-3199, DOI
  • Lakshmipathy, S. Skjold, T., Hisken, H. & Atanga, G. (2017). Consequence models for vented hydrogen deflagrations: CFD vs. engineering models. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2017), Paper # 222, Hamburg, 11-13 September 2017: 615-626. ISBN 978-88-902391.
  • Mauri, L. & van Wingerden, K. (2017). A closer look to some aspects of the methodology of hazardous area classification using CFD. HAZARDS 27, IChemE Symposium Series No. 162: 9 pp.
  • Pagliaro, J., Davis, S.G. & van Wingerden, K. (2017). Is my facility at risk? Understanding the risks associated with low burning velocity compounds. Twentieth Annual International Symposium, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, College Station, Texas, 24-26 October 2017: 94-116.
  • Quilliou, J. (2017). Benefits of detailed CFD ventilation analysis during early design phases. Process Safety Congress, Paper #78172, AIChE, 5-6 September 2017, Prague: 11 pp.
  • Quilliou, J. (2017). Benefits of ventilation analysis during early design phases. Poster, Hazards27, Birmingham, 10-12 May 2017.
  • Roosendans, D., van Wingerden, K., Holme, M.N. & Hoorelbeke, P. (2017). Experimental investigation of explosion mitigating properties of aqueous potassium carbonate solutions. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 46: 209-226. DOI
  • Salaün, N.,  Chillè, F. &  Daudey, N. (2017). Structural response based on CFD blast analyses: Part 1, Application to nuclear safety, methodology for design verification of a nuclear power plant against confined hydrogen explosions. Proceedings, CONFAB 2017, Second International Conference on Structural Safety under Fire and Blast Loading, Y, Lu, A. Usmani, K. Cashell & P. Das (Eds.), Brunel University, 10-12 September 2017, Asranet Ltd., London: 346-355. ISBN 978-1-9998536-0-0.
  • Skjold, T. (2017). Estimating the consequences of dust explosions in industry: Uncertainty associated with sampling, testing and modelling. Poster Twelfth International Symposium on Fire Safety Science, Lund University (12 IAFSS), Sweden, 12-16 June 2017.
  • Skjold, T., Hisken, H., Lakshmipathy, S., Atanga, G., Carcassi, M., Schiavetti, M., Stewart, J.R., Newton, A., Hoyes, J.R., Tolias, I.C., Venetsanos, A.G., Hansen, O.R., Geng, J., Huser, A., Helland, S., Jambut, R., Ren, K., Kotchourko, A., Jordan, T., Daubech, J., Lecocq, G., Hanssen, A.G., Kumar, C., Krumenacker, L., Jallais, S., Miller, D. & Bauwens, C.R. (2017). Blind-prediction: estimating the consequences of vented hydrogen deflagrations for homogeneous mixtures in 20-foot ISO containers. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2017), Paper # 225, Hamburg, 11-13 September 2017: 639-652. ISBN 978-88-902391.
  • Skjold, T., Hisken, H., Lakshmipathy, S., Atanga, G., van Wingerden, M., Olsen, K.L., Holme, M.N., Turøy, N.M., Mykleby, M & van Wingerden, K. (2017). Influence of congestion on vented hydrogen deflagrations in 20-foot ISO containers: homogeneous fuel-air mixtures. Twenty-Sixth International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems (26 ICDERS), Boston, 30 July – 4 August 2017, 6 pp.
  • Skjold, T., Hisken, H., Lakshmipathy, S., Atanga, G., van Wingerden, M., Olsen, K.L., Holme, M.N., Turøy, N.M., Mykleby, M.  & van Wingerden, K. (2017). Vented hydrogen deflagrations in containers: effect of congestion for homogeneous mixtures. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2017), Paper # 223, Hamburg, 11-13 September 2017: 591-603. ISBN 978-88-902391.
  • Skjold, T., Siccama, D., Hisken, H., Brambilla, A, Middha, P., Groth, K.M. & LaFleur, A.C. (2017). 3D risk management for hydrogen installations. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42: 7721-7730. ISSN 0360-3199, DOI
  • van Wingerden, K. (2017). Testing av passiv brannbeskyttelse. Rust og Råte, 11 (3): 4-7 (in Norwegian).
  • van Wingerden, K., Ghaffari, M. & Skjold, T. (2017). Simulation of dust explosions: new developments. Sichere Handhabung brennbarer Stäube 2017, Nurnberg, 24-25 October 2017, published in VDI-Berichte, 2314: 221-231. ISSN 0083-5560, ISBN 978-3-18-092314-7.

 

 

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