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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Achievements of the EC Network of Excellence HYSAFEJORDAN Thomas; ADAMS Paul; AZKARATE Inaki; BARALDI Daniele; BARTHELEMY Herve; BAUWENS Luc; BENGAOUER Alain; BRENNAN Sile; CARCASSI Marco; DAHOE Arief, et alContributions to Conferences
2009Achievements of the EC Network of Excellence HYSAFEJORDAN Thomas; ADAMS Paul; AZKARATE Inaki; BARALDI Daniele; BARTHELEMY Herve; BAUWENS Luc; BENGAOUER Alain; BRENNAN Sile; CARCASSI Marco; DAHOE Arief, et alContributions to Conferences
2011Achievements of the EC Network of Excellence HYSAFEJORDAN Thomas; ADAMS Paul; AZKARATE Inaki; BARALDI Daniele; BARTHELEMY Herve; BAUWENS Luc; BENGAOUER Alain; BRENNAN Sile; CARCASSI Marco; DAHOE Arief, et alArticles in Journals
2009Integration of Experimental Facilities - a Joint Effort for Establishing a Common Knowledge Base in Experimental Work on Hydrogen SafetyREINECKE Ernst-Arendt; HUEBERT Thomas; TKATSCHENKO Isabelle; KESSLER Armin; KUZNETSOV Mike; WILKINS Brian; HEDLEY David; AZKARATE Inaki; PROUST Christophe; ACOSTA IBORRA Beatriz, et alContributions to Conferences
2009An Inter-Comparison Exercise on CFD Model Capabilities to Predict a Hydrogen Explosion in a Simulated Vehicle Refuelling EnvironmentMAKAROV Dmitriy; VERBECKE Frank; MOLKOV Vladimir; ROE Olav; SKOTENNE Mark; KOTCHOURKO Alexei; LELYAKIN Alexander; YANEZ Jorge; HANSEN Olav; MIDDHA Prankul, et alArticles in Journals
2009An Inter-Comparison Exercise on CFD Model Capabilities to Simulate Hydrogen Deflagrations in a TunnelBARALDI Daniele; KOTCHOURKO Alexei; LELYAKIN Alexander; YANEZ Jorge; MIDDHA Prankul; HANSEN Olav; GAVRIKOV Andrej; EFIMENKO Alexander; VERBECKE Frank; MAKAROV Dmitriy, et alArticles in Journals
2010An Inter-Comparison Exercise on CFD Model Capabilities to Simulate Hydrogen Deflagrations with Pressure Relief VentsBARALDI Daniele; KOTCHOURKO Alexei; LELYAKIN Alexander; YANEZ Jorge; GAVRIKOV Andrej; EFIMENKO Alexander; VERBECKE Frank; MAKAROV Dmitriy; MOLKOV Vladimir; TEODORCZYK AndrejArticles in Journals
2010An Intercomparisation of CFD Models to Predict Lean and Non-Uniform Hydrogen Mixture ExplosionsMAKAROV Dmitriy; VERBECKE Frank; MOLKOV Vladimir; KOTCHOURKO Alexei; LELYAKIN Alexander; YANEZ Jorge; BARALDI Daniele; HEITSCH Matthias; EFIMENKO Alexander; GAVRIKOV AndrejArticles in Journals
2009Modelling of Lean Uniform and Non-Uniform Hydrogen-Air Mixture Explosions in a Large-Scale Closed VesselMAKAROV Dmitriy; VERBECKE Frank; MOLKOV Vladimir; KOTCHOURKO Alexei; LELYAKIN Alexander; YANEZ Jorge; BARALDI Daniele; HEITSCH Matthias; EFIMENKO Alexander; GAVRIKOV AndrejContributions to Conferences
2011On the Use of Hydrogen in Confined Spaces - Results from the Internal Project InsHydeVENETSANOS Alexandros; ADAMS Paul; AZKARATE Inaki; BENGAOUER Alain; BRETT Lois; CARCASSI Marco; ENGEBO Angunn; GALLEGO Eduardo; GAVRIKOV Andrej; HANSEN Olav; HAWKSWORTH Stuart; JORDAN Thomas; KESSLER Armin; KUMAR S.; MOLKOV Vladimir; NILSEN Sandra; REINECKE Ernst-Arendt; STOCKLIN M.; SCHMIDTCHEN Ulrich; TEODORCZYK Andrzej; TIGREAT Delphine; VERSLOOT NicoArticles in Journals
2009On the Use of Hydrogen in Confined Spaces - Results from the Internal Project InsHydeVENETSANOS Alexander; ADAMS Paul; AZKARATE Inaki; BENGAOUER Alain; BRETT Lois; CARCASSI Marco; ENGEBO Angunn; GALLEGO Eduardo; GAVRIKOV Andrej; HANSEN Olav; HAWKSWORTH Stuart; JORDAN Thomas; KESSLER Armin; KUMAR Suresh; MOLKOV Vladimir; NILSEN Sandra; REINECKE Ernst-Arendt; STOCKLIN Michael; SCHMIDTCHEN Ulrich; TEODORCZYK Andrzej; TIGREAT Delphine; VERSLOOT NicoContributions to Conferences
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