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1 The European Network of Expertise for Hydrogen Safety Dr.-Ing. Thomas Jordan Coordinator Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 Overall objectives and the role of each partner

2 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 Objectives strengthen and focus, integrate fragmented research on hydrogen safety → competitive scientific and industrial community Promoting public awareness and trust in hydrogen technologies development of an excellent safety culture General Goal Contributing to a safe transition to a sustainable development in Europe by facilitating the safe introduction of hydrogen technologies / applications Objectives Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

3 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 To contribute to a common understanding and common approaches for addressing hydrogen safety issues: A common approach for ranking the importance of relevant physical phenomena, hazards and scenarios will be developed; Identification, assessment and prioritisation of all relevant hazards through developing the current risk assessment methodologies, and establishing clearer links between related safety issues; Establishment of a hydrogen incident and accident database, which will provide a common basis for hydrogen risk management and studies to quantify the risks associated with hydrogen applications. Detailed Objectives I/V Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

4 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 To integrate experience and knowledge within Industrial organisations familiar with hydrogen processing technology and Research organisations with facilities for experimental research and exploitation of results in numerical prediction tools; Detailed Objectives II/V Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

5 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 To integrate and harmonise the fragmented research base by: Creation of a set of specialised complementary research facilities that will allow optimisation of the necessary experimental efforts to address hydrogen safety issues; Identification of a set of specialised complementary codes and models that can be used for safety studies; their ranges of applicability will be specified; Harmonising development of safety and risk assessment methods; Integrating and optimising national financial resources allocated to hydrogen safety; Integration of human resources; Promotion of fundamental research necessary to address hydrogen safety issues. Detailed Objectives III/V Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

6 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 To provide contributions based on safety and risk studies to EU- legal requirements, standards and codes of practice by: Pre-normative research in identified critical areas; Development and implementation of a performance-based approach to hydrogen safety engineering; Use of results from detailed safety and risk assessment studies for different hydrogen applications as input to development of legal requirements, standards and codes of practice; Extracting net outcomes from safety and risk assessment studies, e.g. deterministic Safety Distances; Development and validation of hydrogen accident prevention and mitigation techniques. Detailed Objectives IV/V Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

7 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 To contribute into education and training on hydrogen safety issues in order to provide an improved technical culture for handling hydrogen as an energy carrier by: ●Organizing short training courses and lecture courses; ●Organizing education and training on hydrogen safety, including on-line mode (e-Academy); ●Establishing a website with up-to-date information on Hydrogen Safety; ●Establishing a Biennial International Symposium on Hydrogen Safety; ●Publishing a Biennial report on Hydrogen Safety; Detailed Objectives V/V Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

8 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 Consortium Partners Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbHFZKResearchCo-ordinatorDE L’Air LiquideALIndustryFR Federal Institute for Materials Research and TestingBAMAuthorityDE BMW Forschung und Technik GmbHBMWIndustryAutomotiveDE Building Research Establishment LtdBREAuthorityUK Commissariat à l’Energie AtomiqueCEAResearchFR Det Norske Veritas ASDNVIndustryNO Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft ICTICTResearchDE Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHFZJResearchDE GexCon ASGexConIndustrySMENO The United Kingdom’s Health and Safety LaboratoryHSE/HSLAuthorityUK Foundation INASMETINASMETAuthorityES Inst. Nat. de l’Environmnt industriel et des RISquesINERISAuthorityFR Instituto Superior TechnicoISTResearchPT European Commission - JRC - Institute for EnergyJRCResearchECNL National Center for Scientific Research DemokritosNCSRDResearchEL Norsk Hydro ASANHIndustryNO Risø National LaboratoryRisøResearchDK TNO ResearchNL University of CalgaryUCUniversityEx-EuropeCA University of PisaUNIPIUniversityIT Universidad Politécnica de MadridUPMUniversityES University of UlsterUUUniversityUK VOLVO Technology CorporationVOLVOIndustryAutomotiveSE Warsaw University of TechnologyWUTUniversityNew member statePL Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

9 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 WP Leaders and Structure WP3. UPM SBEP WP5. DNV HIA Database WP6. FZK Principal CFD Exercises and Guidelines WP7 Risø Mapping Priorities and Assessment WP17. FZK Overall Management WP8. NSCRD H2 release, mixing and distribution WP9. HSE/HSL Hydrogen ignition and jet fires WP10. FZK Hydrogen explosions WP11. GexCon Mitigation WP12. DNV Risk assessment methodologi es Integrating activities WP1. INERIS Biennial Report on H2 Safety WP13. FZK Web Site WP14. UNIPI Conference on Hydrogen Safety WP15. UU e-Academy WP16. INERIS Standards, Legal Requirement s WP2. FZJ IEF WP4. CEA Scenario and Phenomena Ranking Joint Research Program Spreading of excellence activities / Dissemination Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner

10 HySafe Annual Review Meeting, Brussels, 2-3 June, 2005 Role of Partners Objectives – Detailed Objectives - Role of each Partner Research: Basic and Applied Research, Code development and application, Supporting RC&S by determinitic simulations Industry: Development and Marketing of Technologies and Services, e.g. Risk Assessments, Cost driven, highly IP protective, driver for RC&S Authority: RC&S development and application


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