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|Title:||Best practice guidelines in numerical simulations and CFD benchmarking for hydrogen safety applications|
|Authors:||TOLIAS ILIAS; GIANNISSI STELLA; VENETSANOS ALEXANDER; KEENAN JAMES; SHENTSOV VOLODYMIR; MAKAROV DMITRIY; COLDRICK SIMON; KOTCHOURKO A.; REN KEN; JEDICKE OLAF; MELIDEO DANIELE; BARALDI DANIELE; SLATER SHANE; DUCLOS AUDREY; VERBECKE FRANK; MOLKOV VLADIMIR|
|Citation:||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY vol. 44 no. 17 p. 9050-9062|
|Publisher:||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Correct use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tools is essential in order to have confidence in the results. A comprehensive set of Best Practice Guidelines (BPG) in numerical simulations for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen applications has been one of the main outputs of the SUSANA project. These BPG focus on the practical needs of engineers in consultancies and industry undertaking CFD simulations or evaluating CFD simulation results in support of hazard/risk assessments of hydrogen facilities, as well as on the needs of regulatory authorities. This contribution presents a summary of the BPG document. All crucial aspects of numerical simulations are addressed, such as selection of the physical models, domain design, meshing, boundary conditions and selection of numerical parameters. BPG cover all hydrogen safety relative phenomena, i.e. release and dispersion, ignition, jet fire, deflagration and detonation. A series of CFD benchmarking exercises are also presented serving as examples of appropriate modelling strategies.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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