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Simulation Of Hydrogen Dispersion In Confined Environments

The use of hydrogen applications (especially automotive) in confined environments like private garages, public parking, maintenance shops, electrolysers, compressor buildings, tunnels, etc. requires detailed evaluation of the risk related to potential hydrogen leaks and if necessary identification of measures to be taken in order to avoid buildup of flammable/explosive hydrogen atmospheres. In this respect the CFD methodology has been widely used as shown in the review below, since it is generally able to realistically account for the various geometrical configurations and complex release conditions.


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