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Hazard Distance Nomograms for a Blast Wave from a Compressed Hydrogen Tank Rupture in a Fire


Nomograms for assessment of hazard distances from a blast wave, generated by a catastrophic rupture of stand-alone (stationary) and onboard compressed hydrogen cylinder in a fire are presented. The nomograms are easy to use hydrogen safety engineering tools. They were built using the validated and recently published analytical model. Two types of nomograms were developed – one for use by first responders and another for hydrogen safety engineers. The paper underlines the importance of an international effort to unify harm and damage criteria across different countries, as the discrepancies identified by the authors gave the expected results of different hazard distances for different criteria.

Related subjects: Safety
Countries: France ; Norway

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Hazard distance nomograms for a blast wave from a compressed hydrogen tank rupture in a fire

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