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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Achievements and Status of Research Activities in the Containment AreaMEYER Leo; WILKENING HEINZ; KLJENAK Ivo; MAGALLON DanielContributions to Conferences
2000An Adaptive 3-D CFD Solver for Modelling Explosions on Large Industrial Environmental Scales.WILKENING Heinz; HULD Thomas arneArticles in Journals
2012Behaviour of Multi-Terminal Grid Topologies in Renewable Energy Systems Under Multiple LoadsLAZAROU STAVROS; COVRIG CATALIN-FELIX; COLAK ILHAMI; MINNEBO Philip; WILKENING HEINZ; FULLI GianlucaContributions to Conferences
2005CFD Investigation of Hydrogen Combustion in a Simplified EPR Containment with CFX and ReacflowHEITSCH MATTHIAS; WILKENING HEINZ; BARALDI DANIELEContributions to Conferences
2007CFD Modelling of Accidental Hydrogen Release from PipelinesWILKENING HEINZ; BARALDI DANIELEArticles in Journals
2005CFD Modelling of Accidental Hydrogen Release from PipelinesBARALDI DANIELE; WILKENING HEINZContributions to Conferences
2005CFD Modelling of Gas-Transport and Mixing Phenomena in the Batelle Experimental Facility for Nuclear Safety ApplicationsHEITSCH MATTHIAS; WILKENING HEINZ; BARALDI DANIELEContributions to Conferences
2008CFD Modelling of Hydrogen Release, Dispersion and Combustion for Automotive ScenariosVENETSANOS A.g.; BARALDI DANIELE; ADAMS P.; HEGGEM P.s.; WILKENING HEINZArticles in Journals
2008CFD Simulation of Light Gas Release and Mixing in the Battelle Experimental Facility Using CFX 5.7WILKENING HEINZ; BARALDI DANIELE; HEITSCH MATTHIASArticles in Journals
2007CFD Simulations of Hydrogen Combustion in a Simplified EPR Containtment with CFX and REACFLOWBARALDI DANIELE; WILKENING HEINZ; HEITSCH MATTHIASArticles in Journals
2005Dynamic Load Balancing in Parallel Numerical Simulations of Reactive Gas FlowsBARALDI DANIELE; KRANZLMUELLER Dieter; WILKENING HEINZ; VOLKERT Jens; TROYER ChristophContributions to Conferences
2011A European Supergrid for Renewable Energy - Local Impacts and Far-reaching ChallengesPURVINS ARTURS; WILKENING Heinz; FULLI Gianluca; TZIMAS Evangelos; CELLI Gianni; MOCCI Susanna; PILO Fabrizio; TEDDE SergioArticles in Journals
2007Hydrogen Combustion with Concentration Gradients in Experiments and Simulations - Preliminary Results of ENACCEF BenchmarkBENTAIB Ahmed; BLEYER Alexandre; WILKENING HEINZ; BARALDI DANIELE; TAKASUO Eveliina; HUHTANEN RistoContributions to Conferences
2006An Innovative Method of Adaptive Meshing for Hydrogen Explosion Simulations with the CFD Code REACFLOWWILKENING HEINZ; BARALDI DANIELEContributions to Conferences
2009Modelling the Effect of Liquid Water Transport on PEM Fuel Cell PerformanceVEYRET Damien; WILKENING HeinzContributions to Conferences
2011Numerical Simulations of Hydrogen and Hydrogen Chloride Releases in a Nuclear Hydrogen Production FacilitySULLY Aurelie; HEITSCH Matthias; BARALDI Daniele; WILKENING HeinzArticles in Journals
2006On the Importance of Validation when using Commercial CFD Codes in Nuclear Reactor SafetyBARALDI DANIELE; WILKENING HEINZContributions to Conferences
2005Overview of Containment Issues and Major Experimental ActivitiesWILKENING HEINZ; JACOBS H.; PAILLERE H.; MEYER L.Contributions to Conferences
2005Parallel Grid Adaptation and Dynamic Load Balancing for a CFD SolverBARALDI DANIELE; KRANZLMUELLER Dieter; WILKENING HEINZ; VOLKERT Jens; TROYER ChristophContributions to Conferences
2011Risk Assessment of Hydrogen Explosion for Private Car with Hydrogen-Driven EngineRODIONOV Andrei; WILKENING Heinz; MORETTO PietroArticles in Journals
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