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Development of Risk Mitigation Guidance for Hydrogen Sensor Placement Indoors and Outdoors

Abstract

Guidance on Sensor Placement remains one of the top priorities for the safe deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell equipment in the commercial marketplace. Building on the success of Phase l work reported at TCHS20l9 and published in TJHE, this paper discusses the consecutive steps to further develop and validate such guidance for mechanically ventilated enclosures. The key step included a more in-depth analysis of sensitivity to variation of physical parameters in a small enclosure. and finally, expansion of the developed approach to confined spaces in an outdoor environment.

Funding source: Funding provided by U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office.
Related subjects: Safety
Countries: Canada ; United States
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2021-09-24
2022-10-06
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