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Institut für Kern- und Energietechnik, Postfach 36 40, 76021 Karlsruhe. EC Network of Excellence (NoE) HySafe “Safety of hydrogen as an energy carrier”. T. Jordan. Work package and clusters. Project Management. NATURALHY. Technical External Projects. HyGuide. StorHy. HyApproval.

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T jordan

Institut für Kern- und Energietechnik, Postfach 36 40, 76021 Karlsruhe

EC Network of Excellence (NoE) HySafe“Safety of hydrogen as an energy carrier”

T. Jordan

Work package and clusters

Project Management

NATURALHY

Technical External Projects

HyGuide

StorHy

HyApproval

Jointly Excecuted Research Activities

Hydrogen Sensors

Repair Shop for H2 vehicles

Releases in (partially) confined spaces

Technical Internal Projects

Disseminating Activities

WP1. BRHS

WP5. HIAD

WP14. ICHS

WP15. e-Academy

WP16.)RC&S

Background

Cluster “Phenomena”

Cluster “Tools”

In Europe there are many research activities in the field of hydrogen safety. These activities are heterogeneous, fragmented, and not well connected. Most of the experience and knowledge is coming from nuclear safety, from gas and oil and from aerospace industries.

The largest amounts of hydrogen are used safely in chemical industries in a professional environment with specially educated staff.

However, experience with hydrogen in a private environment is lacking completely.

Therefore the EC is supporting the integration of the research activities with the help of a new instrument, the Network of Excellence (NoE).

The NoE HySafe should provide an integrated harmonised scientific basis for the safe introduction of hydrogen as an energy carrier, and shall contribute to the public awareness by generating an excellent safety culture.

WP4. SPR

WP8. Release

WP9. Ign.+Fires

WP10. Explosions

WP2. IEF

WP11.Mitigation

WP3. A-CFD

WP6. CFD-Club

WP12. RA

PMO

WP17. General Management

WP7. MPA

WP13.Website

NoE Management by Coordination Committee

Management Projects

DJPA planning

Business Plan „European Hydrogen Safety Center“

  • Internal projects following the current HySafe headlines:

  • Releases in (partially) confined spaces

  • Detection and mitigation

  • Internal project “InsHyde”

  • Investigation of non-catastrophic releases in confined areas/rooms

  • Determination of permeation and release limits

  • Systematic assessment of sensor and mitigation requirements

  • Related simulations and experimental verification

  • Recommendations for electrical equipment, ventilation requirements, etc…

HySafe facts

  • Goal: long term integration of the EU research activities related to hydrogen safety

  • Integration of experimental facilities, numerical tools and staff by coordinated joint research activities

  • Creating public awareness and trust in the safety of hydrogen technologies

  • Consortium: 24 partners from 12 EU countries + 1 partner from Canada

  • (5 universities, 7 industry partners and 13 public research labiratories)

  • Co-ordinator: Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe

  • started 03/2004, 5 years co-financing by the EC

  • Further details and publications onwww.hysafe.net

  • Internal project “HyTunnel”

  • Tunnel accidents are in the public focus. The EC tunnel safety directive does not cover hydrogen issues. To save the heavy investments in tunnel equipment the requirements for future hydrogen driven land vehicles are assessed in this two step project.

  • Step I:

  • Selection of critical, but broadly accepted scenarios

  • Review of available experimental results and simulation analyses

  • Qualitative evaluation of the efficiency and compatibility of existing mitigation measures (active ventilation, sprays, etc…)

  • Step II:

  • Experimental program (in cooperation with other EC tunnel projects)

  • Proposal for an addendum to the “EC Safe Tunnel Directive”

Activity Matrix

Risk Control

Regulations, Codes and Standards

Mitigation

Risk Assessment

Distribution

Combustion

Application

Production

Transport

Storage

Vehicles

Tunnel, Garage

Other


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