Programme: International workshop, Model Evaluation Protocol for CFD use in hydrogen and fuel cell safety applications.

Vouliagmeni  Suites, Athens, Greece, 17-18th September 2014

 

 

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

 

Wed, 17thSeptember

Session 1: Introduction

09:00-9:30

SUSANA FP7 Project Introduction

Olaf Jedicke, (SUSANA Coordinator), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

09:30-10:00

Model Evaluation Protocol Structure (MEP) in the SUSANA Project

Daniele Baraldi, Joint Research Centre

 

Session 2: Model Evaluation Protocols

10:00-10:30

Guidelines by MEG (Model Evaluation Group) – best practices for Model Evaluation.

Benjamin Truchot, INERIS

10:30-11:00

Overview of  MEGGE report for gas explosions

Daniele Baraldi, Joint Research Centre

11:00-11:15

Morning refreshment Break

11:15-11:45

SMEDIS /LNG protocol for dispersion

Simon Coldrick, Health and Safety Laboratory UK

11:45-12:15

CFD protocols in nuclear industry

Steve Graham  National Nuclear laboratory UK

12:15-12:45

Roundtable discussion - "Model evaluation protocol"

12.45 -2.00

Lunch day 1

 

 

Session 3 - Best Practices in Numerical Modelling

14:00-14:30

Requirements of Physical and Mathematical models for H2 safety applications:

Releases/ignitions/fires.

Vladimir Molkov, University of Ulster

14:30-14:50

Requirements of Physical and Mathematical models for H2 safety applications: detonations

Alexei Kotchourko, Institute for Nuclear and Energy Technologies, KIT

14:50-15:20

Hydrogen combustion modelling/ deflagration

Vanessa DiSarli, Istituto di Ricerche sulla Combustione, CNR

15:20-15:35

Afternoon refreshment break

15:35-16:05

Best practice in engineering simulations

Francesca Ludicello, Xaar Ltd.

16:05-16:35

Modelling approaches to hydrogen safety issues

Jennifer  Wen, University of Warwick

16:35-17:05

Best practice guidelines for verification and validation of CFD in nuclear reactor safety applications

Martina Scheuerer, GRS (Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit)

17:05-17:35

Roundtable discussion - “Best practices in numerical simulations”

 

Thursday, 18thSeptember

Session 4: Validation and Verification techniques, methodology and databases

09:00-09:30

Verification and validation: adopted definitions, approach to verification

Shane Slater,  Element Energy

09:30-10:30

The SUSANA model validation database & benchmarking

Alexi Kotchourko,  Institute for Nuclear and Energy Technologies, KIT

10:30-11:00

Morning Refreshment Break

11:00-11:30

Best Practice in verification of computational simulations

William Oberkampf (Consultant, previously with Sandia National Labs)

11:30-12:30

Roundtable discussion - "Verification and Validation applied to Fuel Cell and H2 safety"

12.30-14.00

Lunch Day 2

 

Session 5: Industrial and Commercial Perspective

14.00-14.30

CFD simulation to support safe H2 deployment

Elena Vyazmina, Air Liquide

14.30-15.00

Best practices for use of FLACS applied to hydrogen and fuel cell safety problems

Prankul Middha, Gexcon

15.00-15.30

Challenges for CFD in practical hydrogen and fuel cell safety applications

Harald Dimmelmeier, Areva

15.30-16.00

Explosion modelling in Shell

Jonathan Puttock, Shell

16:00-17:00

Roundtable discussion - "I&C perspectives on practical deployment of Model Evaluation Protocol"

17:00-17:15

Closing remarks

Olaf Jedicke, (SUSANA Coordinator) KIT

17:15

Finish day 2

 

 

 

 

Support to Safety Analysis of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies:

A European FP7 Project Funded by:



(Last update: 01/06/2016 by Olaf Jedicke)