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1 Session/ paper no ICHS2011 Preliminary Program Session Title Author P Plenary P1 International Collaboration on Hydrogen Safety Andrei Tchouvelev, Bill Hoagland, Jim Ohi, Thomas Jordan P1.1 IEA Collaboration on H2 Safety Bill Hoagland P1.2 Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) TBD P1.3 HYDROGEN SAFETY ACTIVITIES IN BRAZIL N. Pimenta, C. Da Silva Pinto P2 HARMONIZATION OF REQUIREMENTS, TEST PROCEDURES, AND J.M. Ohi, A. Ruiz REGULATIONS, CODES AND STANDARDS FOR HYDROGEN PRESSURE VESSELS P3 International Harmanization (RCSWG?) Marc Steen T Topical T1 CFD Analysis Daniel Baradi T2 REAL WORLD HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY VALIDATION S. Sprik, J. Kurtz, K. Wipke, T. Ramsden, C. Ainscough T3 INTRODUCTION TO HYDROGEN SAFETY ENGINEERING V.V. Molkov, J B Saffers T4 Combustion Jennifer Wen, Alexi Kotchourko T5 LESSONS LEARNED FROM SAFETY EVENTS S.C. Weiner, L.L. Fassbender T5 HIAD HYDROGEN INCIDENT AND ACCIDENT DATABASE D. Baraldi T6 HYDROGEN STORAGE INDUSTRIAL PROSPECTIVES H. Barthèlèmy 1A0 1A1 A HOMOGENEOUS NON EQUILIBRIUM TWO PHASE CRITICAL FLOW MODEL J.R. Travis, W. Breitung, D. Piccioni Koch, T. Jordan 1A2 SIMULATION OF HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID HYDROGEN RELEASES W.G. Houf, W.S. Winters 1A3 EXPERIMENTAL RELEASES OF LIQUID HYDROGEN D.B. Willoughby, M. Royle 1A4 CFD COMPUTATIONS OF LIQUID HYDROGEN RELEASES M. Ichard, O.R. Hansen, P. Middha, D. Willoughby 1B0 1B1 1B2 1B3 1B4 CFD MODELING OF LH2 DISPERSION USING THE ADREA HF CODE MODELING OF SUDDEN HYDROGEN EXPANSION FROM CRYOGENIC PRESSURE VESSEL FAILURE HIGH ORDER PERTURBATION SOLUTIONS TO A LH2 SPREADING MODEL WITH CONTINUOUS SPILL NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE NEAR FIELD OF HIGHLY UNDER EXPANDED TURBULENT GAS JETS S.G. Giannissi, A.G. Venetsanos, J.G. Bartzis, N. Markatos, D.B. Willoughby, M. Royle G. Petipas, S.M. Aceves M. Kim, K. Do, B. Choi, Y. Han A. Velikorodny, S. Kudriakov

2 1B5 QUANTITATIVE IMAGING OF MULTI COMPONENT TURBULENT JETS A. Ash, N. Djilali, P. Oshkai 1C0 1C1 NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF A VERTICAL SURFACE ON THE FLAMMABLE EXTENT OF HYDROGEN AND METHANE VERTICAL B. Angers, A. Hourri, P. Benard, A. Tchouvelev JETS 1C2 NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF SUBSONIC HYDROGEN JET RELEASE B. Chernyavsky, P. Benard, P. Oshkai, N. Djilali 1C3 NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN RELEASE FROM R. Khaksarfard, M. Paraschivoiu VARYING DIAMETER EXIT 1C4 COMPARISON OF MODELLING APPROACHES FOR CFD E. Papanikolau, D. Baraldi SIMULATIONS OF HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN RELEASES 1C5 REAL GAS EQUATIONS OF STATE FOR THE GASFLOW CFD CODE J.R. Travis, J. Xiao, Z. Xu, D. Piccioni Koch, T. Jordan 1C6 SAFETY ASPECTS IN THE PRODUCTION AND SEPARATION OF HYDROGEN FROM BIOMASS S. Perez, M. Belsue, O. Gonzàles, A. Unzurrunzaga, I. Azkarate 2A0 2A1 2A2 2A3 2A4 2B0 2B1 2B2 Risk Assessment Safety NATURAL AND FORCED VENTILATION OF BUOYANT GAS RELEASED IN A FULL SCALE GARAGE: COMPARISON OF MODEL PREDICTIONS AND EXPERIMENTAL DATA DISPERSION AND BURNING BEHAVIOR OF HYDROGEN RELEASED IN A FULL SCALE RESIDENTIAL GARAGE IN THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF CONVENTIONAL AUTOMOBILES A NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF HYDROGEN DIFFUSION FOR THE HYDROGEN LEAKAGE FROM A FUEL CELL VEHICLE IN AN UNDERGROUND PARKING GARAGE THE SPREAD OF FIRE FROM ADJOINING VEHICLES TO A HYDROGEN FUEL CELL VEHICLE Risk Assessment Safety EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN RELEASE AND IGNITION FROM FUEL CELL POWERED FORKLIFTS IN ENCLOSED SPACES NUMERICAL SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTS OF HYDROGEN DIFFUSION BEHAVIOR FOR FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE K. Prasad, W.M. Pitts, M. Fernandez, J.C. Yang W. Pitts, J. Yang, M. Blais, A. Joyce J.Choi, S. Kang, N. Hur, E.D. Lee, K.B. Lee Y. Tamura, M. Takabayashi, M. Takeuchi, H. Mitsuishi I.W. Ekoto, E.G. Merilo, E.G. Houf, G.H. Evans, M.A. Groethe M. Matsumoto, K. Shimizu 2B3 ASSESSMENT OF SAFETY FOR HYDROGEN FUEL CELL VEHICLE K.B Lee, J.W. Lee, G.J. Yong 2B4 2B5 HYDROGEN FUEL CELL FORKLIFT VEHICLE RELEASES IN ENCLOSED SPACES ESTIMATION OF UNCERTAINTY IN RISK ASSESSMENT OF HYDROGEN APPLICATIONS W.G. Houf, G.H. Evans, I.W. Ekoto, E.G. Merilo, M.A. Groethe F. Markert, V. Krymsky, I. Kozine

3 2C1 2C2 2C3 2C4 2C5 2C6 UNCERTAINTIES IN EXPLOSION RISK ASSESSMENT FOR A HYDROGEN REFUELLING STATION EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATION OF FACILITIES PROTECTING FROM HYDROGEN AIR EXPLOSION OVERPRESSURE MODELING OF HYDROGEN EXPLOSION ON A PRESSURE SWING ADSORPTION FACILITY QRA INCLUDING UTILITY FOR DECISION SUPPORT OF H2 INFRASTRUCTURE LICENSING SINGLE STEP COMPACT STEAM METHANE REFORMING PROCESS FOR HYDROGEN CNG (H CNG) PRODUCTION FROM NATURAL GAS ON THE KINETICS OF ALH3 DECOMPOSITION AND THE SUBSEQUENT AL OXIDATION K. Ham, M. De Maaijer, V. Van Den Hoogenband, M. Weeda, J. Reijerkerk Y. Skob, M. Ugryumov, E. Granovskiy, V. Lyfar B. Angers, A. Hourri, P. Benard, E. Demaël, S. Ruban, S. Jallais H.J. Pasman, W.J. Rogers R. Badhe, A. Sharma, B. Kumar, S. Rajagopal, R. Malhotra N. Eisenreich, A. Koleczko, V. Weiser 3A0 RCS 3A1 HYDROGEN EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING FOR FIRST RESPONDERS M.R. Elmore, L.L. Fassbender, J.J. Hamilton, S.C. Weiner 3A2 CFD AND VR FOR RISK COMMUNICATION AND SAFETY TRAINING O.R. Hansen, D.M. Ulvang, T. Langeland, P. Middha 3A3 HYDROGEN SAFETY TRAINING FOR RESEARCHERS AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL S.M. Aceves, F. Espinosa Loza, G. Petitpas, T.O. Ross, V.A. Switzer 3A4 SAFETY OF HYDROGEN POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS, A. Harris, P. Rao LESSONS LEARNED AND EXISTING CODES AND STANDARDS GAPS 3B0 RCS 3B1 COMPARISON OF NFPA AND ISO APPROACHES FOR J.L. LaChance, B. Middleton, K. EVALUATING SEPARATION DISTANCES 3B2 SAFETY DISTANCES: COMPARISON OF THE METHODOLOGIES M. Vanuzzo, M. Carcassi FOR THEIR DETERMINATION 3B3 RISK INFORMED SEPARATION DISTANCES FOR HYDROGEN F. Barth REFUELLING STATIONS 3B4 HYDROGEN RISK ASSESSMENT IN SAO PAULO STATE BRAZIL S. Tomaz, G. Michelino, N. Pimenta 3B5 NEW CHINA NATIONAL STANDARD ON SAFETY OF HYDROGEN SYSTEMS: KEYS FOR UNDERSTANDING AND USE Ou, J. Zheng, X. Liu, Y. Zhao, L. Chen 3C0 3C1 3C2 RCS VALIDATION TESTING IN SUPPORT OF HYDROGEN CODES AND STANDARDS DEVELOPMENTS DEVELOPMENT O AN ITALIAN FIRE PREVENTION TECHNICAL RULE FOR HYDROGEN PIPELINES R.M. Burgess, M. McDougall, N.L. Newhouse, C. Rivkin, W.J. Buttner, M.B. Post N. Mattei, M.N. Carcassi, N. Ciannelli, F. Pilo

4 3C3 3C4 3C5 3C6 4A0 4A1 4A2 4A3 4A4 4B0 4B1 4B2 4B3 4B4 4B5 5A0 5A1 5A2 5A3 REGULATIONS AND RESEARCH ON RC&S FOR HYDROGEN STORAGE RELEVANT TO TRANSPORT AND VEHICLE ISSUES WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON COMPOSITE CONTAINMENTS LICENSING A FUEL CELL BUS AND A HYDROGEN FUELLING STATION IN BRAZIL SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF UNIGNITED HYDROGEN DISCHARGE FROM ONBOARD STORAGE IN GARAGES WITH LOW LEVELS OF NATURAL VENTILATION LET S GO GREEN WITH HYDROGEN! THE GENERAL PUBLIC S PERSPECTIVE HELIUM RELEASE IN A CLOSED ENCLOSURE: COMPARISONS BETWEEN SIMPLE MODELS, CFD CALCULATIONS AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS IA HYSAFE STANDARD BENCHMARK EXERCISE SBEP V21: HYDROGEN RELEASE AND ACCUMULATION WITHIN A NON VENTILATED AMBIENT PRESSURE GARAGE AT LOW RELEASE RATES LES MODELLING OF HYDROGEN RELEASE AND ACCUMULATION WITHIN A NON VENTILATED AMBIENT PRESSURE GARAGE USING THE ADREA HF CFD CODE MEASUREMENTS OF EFFECTIVE DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT OF HELIUM AND HYDROGEN THROUGH GYPSUM THE CORRELATION METHOD TO ANALYZE THE GAS MIXING PROCESS ON THE BASIS OF BOS METHOD EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN RELEASES IN THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT OF A PIAGGIO PORTER EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE CONCENTRATION BUILD UP REGIMES IN AN ENCLOSURE WITHOUT VENTILATION EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF VENT GEOMETRY ON THE DISPERSION OF A BUOYANT GAS IN A SMALL ENCLOSURE HYDROGEN METHANE MIXTURES : DISPERSION AND STRATIFICATION STUDIES Risk Assessment Safety FUEL CELL IN MARITIME APPLICATIONS CHALLENGES, CHANCES AND EXPERIENCES SAFETY OF HYDROGEN/NATURAL GAS MIXTURES BY PIPELINES: ANR FRENCH PROJECT HYDROMEL SAFETY STRATEGY FOR THE FIRST DEPLOYMENT OF A HYDROGEN BASED GREEN PUBLIC BUILDING IN FRANCE G. Mair N. Pimenta, C. Pinto S. Brennan, V. Molkov R. Zimmer, J. Welke G. Bernard Michel, B. Cariteau A.G. Venetsanos, I. Tolias, D. Baraldi, S. Benz, B. Cariteau, J. Garcia, O.R. Hansen, C, Jakel, S. Ledin, P. Middha, E. Papanikolaou N. Koutsourakis, A.G. Venetsanos, J.G. Bartzis J. Yang, W. Pitts, M. Fernandez, K. Prasad N. Kotchourko, M. Kuznetsov, A. Kotchourko, T. Jordan M. Schiavetti, V. Mattoli, G. Lutzemberger, P. Dario, M. Carcassi B. Cariteau, I. Tkatschenko B. Cariteau, I. Tkatschenko A. Marangon, M.N. Carcassi F. Vogler, G. Würsig J.Hébrard, E. Studer, S. Jallais, V. Blanchetière F. Verbecke, B. Vesy

5 5A4 CELL FAILURE MECHANISM IN PEM WATER ELECTROLYZERS P. Millet, A. Ranjbari, F. de Guglielmo, S.A. Grigoriev, C. Etiévant 5B0 5B1 5B2 5B3 5B4 5B5 6A0 6A1 Rapid Filling ATTAINED TEMPERATURE DURING GAS FUELING AND DEFUELING CYCLES OF COMPRESSED HYDROGEN TANKS FOR FCV HYDROGEN TANK FILLING EXPERIMENTS AT THE JRC IE GASTEF FACILITY VALIDATION OF CFD MODELS FOR HYDROGEN FAST FILLING SIMULATIONS STUDY OF POTENTIAL LEAKAGE ON SEVERAL STRESSED FITTINGS FOR HYDROGEN PRESSURES UP TO 700 BAR NUMERICAL STUDY ON FAST FILLING OF 70 MPA HYDROGEN VEHICLE CYLINDER Mitigation MICRO WRINKLED PD SURFACE FOR HYDROGEN SENSING AND SWITCHED DETECTION OF LOWER EXPLOSIVE LIMIT Y. Matsuno, Y. Maeda, N.Otsuka, Y. Tamura, H. Mitsuishi B. Acosta, P. Moretto, N. Frischauf, F. Harskamp, C. Bonato M.C. Galassi, E. Papanikolau, M. Heitsch, P. Moretto, D. Baraldi D. Houssin Agbomson, D. Jamois, Ch. Proust, J. Daubech, S. Ruban, S. Jallais G. Liu, Y. Zhao, Y. Liu, J. Zheng, Y. He F. Greco, L. Ventrelli, P. Dario, V. Mattoli 6A2 USE OF HYDROGEN SAFETY SENSORS UNDER ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS IMPACT OF OXYGEN CONTENT ON SENSOR PERFORMANCE W.J. Buttner, R. Burgess, C. Rivkin, M.B. Post, L. Boon Brett, G. Black, F. Harskamp, P. Moretto 6A3 LOW ENERGY HYDROGEN SENSOR S. Linke, M. Dallmer, R. Werner, W. Moritz 6A4 DETECTION OF HYDROGEN RELEASED IN A FULL SCALE RESIDENTIAL GARAGE T. Cleary, E. Johnsson 6B0 Mitigation 6B1 SIMULATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF HYDROGEN RECOMBINERS AS SAFETY DEVICES E A. Reinecke, S. Kelm, W. Jahn, C. Jãkel, H J. Allelein 6B2 RISK REDUCTION POTENTIAL OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND J. L. LaChance MITIGATION FEATURES 6B3 HYDROGEN VENTING UNDER VARIABLE FLOW CONDITIONS D.B. Willoughby, M.Royle, S. Nilsen, T. Gautier 6B4 APPLYING RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES PRUDENTLY M. Pero, D. Rode 6B5 RISK MITIGATION STRATEGIES FOR HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIALS J.A. Cortes Concepcion, C.W. James, S.M. Everett, D.L. Anton, D.A. Tamburello 7A0 7A1 7A2 Ignition SHOCK INITIATED IGNITION FOR HYDROGEN MIXTURES OF DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS IGNITABILITY AND MIXING OF UNDER EXPANDED HYDROGEN JETS J. Melguizo Gavilanes, L. Bauwens A.J. Ruggles, I.W. Ekoto

6 7A3 7A4 7B0 7B1 7B2 SPONTANEOUS IGNITION PROCESSES DUE TO HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN RELEASE IN AIR NUMERICAL STUDY OF SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF PRESSURIZED HYDROGEN RELEASE THROUGH A LENGTH OF TUBE WITH LOCAL CONTRACTION Ignition FLAMMABILITY LIMITS AND LAMINAR FLAME SPEED OF HYDROGEN AIR MIXTURES AT SUB ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURES EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF IGNITED UNSTEADY HYDROGEN RELEASES FROM A HIGH PRESSURE RESERVOIR J. Grune, M. Kuznetsov, A. Lelyakin, T. Jordan B.P. Xu, J.X. Wen M. Kuznetsov, S. Kobelt, J. Grune, T. Jordan J. Grune, K. Sempert, M. Kuznetsov, T. Jordan 7B3 THE CRUCIAL ROLE OF THE LEWIS NUMBER IN JET IGNITION N. Rezaeyan, L. Bauwens, M. Radulescu, F.F. Fachini 7B4 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON AUTO IGNITION OF HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN JETS COMING OUT OF TUBES OF M IN LENGTH N. Kitabayashi, Y. Wada, T. Mogi, T. Saburi, A.K. Hayashi 7B5 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF PARTLY CONFINED HYDROGEN JETS B.M. Maxwell, P. Tawagi, M.I. Radulescu 7C0 Ignition 7C1 PRESSURE LIMIT OF HYDROGEN SPONTANEOUS IGNITION IN A T SHAPED CHANNEL 7C2 SELF IGNITION OF HYDROGEN JET FIRES BY ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE INDUCED BY ENTRAINED PARTICULATES 7C3 7C4 SELF IGNITION OF PRESSURIZED HYDROGEN IN PERFORATED CHANNELS IGNITION AND HEAT RADIATION OF CRYOGENIC HYDROGEN JETS M.V. Bragin, D.V. Makarov, V.V. Molkov E.G. Merilo, M.A. Groethe, R.C. Adamo, R.W. Schefer, W.G. Houf, D.E. Dedrick D.A. Lenkevich, S.V. Golovastov, D.I. Baklanov, V.V. Golub A. Friedrich, W. Breitung, G. Stern, A. Veser, M. Kuznetsov, G. Fast, B. Oechsler, N. Kotchourko, T. Jordan, J.R. Travis, J. Xiao, M. Schwall, M. Rottenecker 8A0 8A1 8A2 8A3 8A4 Combustion ANALYSIS OF THE PARAMETRIC ACOUSTIC INSTABILITY FOR SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF HYDROGEN AIR MIXTURES IN CLOSED VOLUMES FLAME ACCELERATION AND TRANSITION FROM DEFLAGRATION TO DETONATION IN HYDROGEN EXPLOSIONS DEFLAGRATION TO DETONATION TRANSITION IN HYDROGEN OXYGEN MIXTURE WITH A DETAILED CHEMICAL REACTION MECHANISM SIMULATION OF DDT IN HYDROGEN AIR BEHIND A SINGLE OBSTACLE J. Yanez, M. Kuznetsov, R. Redlinger, A. Kotchourko, A. Lelyakin A. Heidari, J.X. Wen M. A. Liberman, M. F. Ivanov, A. D. Kiverin A.V. Gaathaug, K. Vaagsaether, D. Bjerketvedt

7 8B0 8B1 8B2 8B3 8B4 8B5 Combustion DEPENDENCY OF EQUIVALENCE RATIO ON HYDROGEN CYLINDRICAL DETONATION INDUCED BY DIRECT INITIATION MODELING OF THE FLAME ACCELERATION IN FLAT LAYER FOR HYDROGEN AIR MIXTURES APPLICATION OF REACTIVE DISCRETE EQUATION METHOD TO THE ENACCEF TEST 13H NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF A MECHANICAL DEVICE SUBJECTED TO A DEFLAGRATION TO DETONATION TRANSITION FUNDAMENTAL STUDY ON ACCIDENTAL EXPLOSION BEHAVIOR OF HYDROGEN/AIR MIXTURES IN OPEN SPACE M. Asahara, N. Tsuboi, A.K. Hayashi, E. Yamada J. Yanez, A. Kotchourko, M. Kuznetsov, A. Lelyakin, T. Jordan S. Kudriakov, A. Beccantini A. Beccantini, P. Galon, Faucher T. Mogi, W.K. Kim, R. Dobashi 8C0 Combustion 8C1 DYNAMICS OF VENTED HYDROGEN AIR DEFLAGRATIONS J. Daubech, C. Proust, D. Jamois, E. Leprette 8C2 EFFECT OF HYDROGEN CONCENTRATION ON VENTED C.R. Bauwens, J. Chao, S.B. Dorofeev EXPLOSION OVERPRESSURES FROM LEAN HYDROGEN AIR DEFLAGRATIONS 8C3 FULL HYDROGEN EXPLOSION SUPPRESSION USING A. Gavrikov PHLEGMATIZATION ADDITIVES IN EXPERIMENTS OF DIFFERENT SCALE 8C4 MODELLING OF HYDROGEN JET FIRES USING CFD D. Muthuswamy, O. R. Hansen, P. Middha, M. Royle, D. Willoughby 9A0 9A1 9A2 9A3 9A4 9B0 9B1 9B2 Materials & Storage SAFETY COST OF A LARGE SCALE HYDROGEN SYSTEM FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY REGULATION A NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR HYDROGEN SAFETY: GLASS STRUCTURES AS A STORAGE SYSTEM HYPOTHETICAL ACCIDENT SCENARIO MODELING FOR CONDENSED HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIALS VALIDATION OF CRYO COMPRESSED HYDROGEN STORAGE (CCH2) A PROBABILISTIC APPROACH Materials & Storage DATA FOR THE EVALUATION OF HYDROGEN RISKS ONBOARD VEHICLES: OUTCOMES FROM THE FRENCH PROJECT DRIVE STUDY ON THE HARM EFFECT OF LIQUID HYDROGEN RELEASE BY CONSEQUENCE MODELING G. Hu, J. Dubois, P. Poggi, F. Montagnac, P. Serre.Combe, M. Muselli, J.C. Hoguet, B. Vesy, F. Verbecke R. Meyer, K. Holtappels, M. Beckmann Kluge, D. Eliezer D. Tamburello, M. Kesterson, J. Cortesconcepcion, C. Jiames, D. Anton O. Kircher, G. Greim, J.Burtscher, T. Brunner O. Gentilhomme, C. Proust, D. Jamois, I. Tkatschenko, B. Cariteau, E. Studer, F. Masset, G. Joncquet, M. Amielh, F. Anselmet L. Zhiyong, P. Xiangmin, M. Xi, M. Jianxin

8 9B3 9B4 9B5 INFLUENCE OF PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE ON THE FATIGUE STRENGTH OF TYPE 3 COMPRESSED HYDROGEN TANKS ADDRESSING HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT OF METALS IN THE SAE J2579 FUEL CELL VEHICLE TANK STANDARD PRESSURE CYCLING OF TYPE 1 PRESSURE VESSELS WITH GASEOUS HYDROGEN J. Tomioka, K. Kiguchi, Y. Tamura, H. Mitsuishi B.P. Somerday, C.S. Sloane C. San Marchi, D.E. Dedrick, P. Van Blarigan, B.P. Somerday, K.A Nibur 9C0 9C1 9C2 9C3 9C4 Materials & Storage QUANTIFYING THE HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT OF PIPE STEELS FOR SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS DETERMINATION OF CHARACTERISTIC PARAMETERS FOR THE THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF EPOXY RESIN/CARBON FIBER COMPOSITES IN CONE CALORIMETER THE ANALYSIS OF FIRE TEST FOR THE HIGH PRESSURE COMPOSITE CYLINDER FIRE RISK ON HIGH PRESSURE FULL COMPOSITE CYLINDERS FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS L. Briottet, I. Moro, P. Lemoine D. Quang Dao, J. Luche, F. Richard, T. Rogaume, C. Bourhy Weber, S. Ruban C.J. Kim, S.H. Lee, Y.G. Kim S. Ruban, L. Heudier, D. Jamois, C. Proust, C. Bourhy Weber, S.Jallais, Kremer Knobloch, K., C. Maugy, S. Villalonga

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