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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009HYSAFE SBEP-V20 - Numerical Predictions of Release Experiments Inside a Residential Garage with Passive VentilationPAPANIKOLAOU Efi; VENETSANOS Alexander; HEITSCH Matthias; BARALDI Daniele; HUSER Asmund; PUJOL Joaquim; MAKAROV Dmitriy; MOLKOV Vladimir; GARCIA Javier; MARKATOS NosContributions to Conferences
2010HySafe SBEP-V20 - Numerical Studies of Release Experiments inside a Naturally Ventilated Residential GaragePAPANIKOLAOU EFTHYMIA; VENETSANOS Alexander; HEITSCH Matthias; BARALDI Daniele; HUSER Asmund; PUJOL Joaquim; GARCIA Javier; MARKATOS NikolaosArticles in Journals
2010HYSAFE Standard Benchmark Problem SBEP-V11 - Predictions of Hydrogen Release and Dispersion from a CGH2 Bus in an UnderpassVENETSANOS Alexander; PAPANIKOLAOU Efi; HANSEN Olav; MIDDHA Pankrul; GARCIA Javier; HEITSCH Matthias; BARALDI Daniele; ADAMS PaulArticles in Journals
2011IA-Hysafe Standard Benchmark Exercise SBEP-V21: Hydrogen Release and Accumulation within a Non-Ventilated Ambient Pressure Garage at Low Release RatesVENETSANOS A. G.; TOLIAS Ioannis; BARALDI Daniele; BENZ Simon; CARITEAU Bea; GARCIA Javier; HANSEN Olav; JAKEL Chris; LEDIN Stefan; MIDDHA Prankul, et alContributions to Conferences
2010An Intercomparison Exercise on the Capabilities of CFD Models to Reproduce a Large-Scale Hydrogen Deflagration in Open AtmosphereGARCIA Javier; BARALDI Daniele; GALLEGO Eduardo; BECCANTINI Alberto; CRESPO Alessandro; HANSEN Olav; HOISET San; KOTCHOURKO Alexei; MAKAROV Dmitriy; MIGOYA Ector; MOLKOV Vladimir; VOORT Mark Mun; YANEZ JorgeArticles in Journals
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