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Hydrogen Self-Ignition In Pressure Relief Devices

Abstract

In future pressure relief devices (PRDs) should be installed on hydrogen vehicles to prevent a hydrogen container burst in the event of a nearby fire. Weakening of the container at elevated temperature could result in such burst. In this case the role of a PRD is to release some or all of the system fluid in the event of an abnormally high pressure. The paper analyzes the possibility of hydrogen self-ignition at PRD operation and ways of its prevention.

Related subjects: Safety
Countries: Russian Federation
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2009-09-17
2021-12-02
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