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|Title:||An Intercomparison Exercise on the Capabilities of CFD Models to Predict Deflagration of a Large-Scale H2-Air Mixture in Open Atmosphere|
|Authors:||GALLEGO E.; GARCIA J.; MIGOYA E.; CRESPO A.; KOTCHOURKO A.; YANEZ J.; BECCANTINI A.; HANSEN O.r.; BARALDI DANIELE; HOISET S.; VOORT M.m.; MOLKOV V.|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydrogen Safety|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a compilation of the results supplied by HySafe partners participating in the Standard Benchmark Exercise Problem (SBEP) V2, which is based on an experiment on hydrogen combustion that is first described. A list of the results requested from participants is also included. The main characteristics of the models used for the calculations are compared in a very succinct way by using tables. The comparision between results, together with the experimental data, when available, is made through a series of graphs. The results show quite good agreement with the experimental data. The calculations have demonstrated to be sensitive to computational domain size and far field boundary condition.|
|JRC Institute:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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