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Monday, October 19, 2015

Nichirin II+III

ICHS2015 Opening Session:
Policies and Initiatives Towards Transitioning to Hydrogen Society
Chair: Akiteru Maruta, Local Host
Andrei Tchouvelev, President IA HySafe

Ken-ichiro Ota, Chair of ICHS2015 Yokohama Organizing Committee

Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Promotion Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Chihiro Tobe, Director

Kanagawa Prefectural Government
Harumi Matsuura, Director General of Energy

City of Yokohama
Norihiko Nomura, Executive Director Climate Change Policy Heandquarters

European Commission
Marc Steen

Will James / Jay Keller

Trygve U. Riis, former HIA Chair

NOW Germany
Thorsten Herbert

Government Safety Programs
Chair: Andrei Tchouvelev

HySafe Priorities
Jay Keller / Marc Steen, IA HySafe / IPHE RCSWG

Japan NEDO Overview
Kiyoshi Yoshizumi

Bert De Colvenaer

South Africa Overview
Brian North

US DOE SCS Overview
Will James / Jay Keller

Nichirin I

Education, training, lessons learned and best practices
Chair: Dimitri Makarov

Paper ID 147, Safe operation of combined cycle gas turbine and gas engine systems using hydrogen rich fuels
Stuart Hawksworth, Keith Moodie, John Gummer,

Paper ID 132, First responder training supporting commercialization of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies
Nick Barilo, Jennifer Hamilton, Steven C. Weiner

Paper ID 181, Modelling and simulation of high-pressure hydrogen jets using H2FC european cyber-laboratory
James Keenan, Dmitriy Makarov, Vladimir Molkov

Paper ID 256, Mixed e-learning and virtual reality pedagogical approach for innovative hydrogen safety training for first responders
Svetlana Tretsiakova-McNally, Eric Maranne, Franck Verbecke,

Hydrogen safety aspects in other applications/industries/technologies
Chair: Andrzej Teodorczyk

Paper ID 122, CFD design of protective walls against the effects of vapor cloud fast deflagration of hydrogen
Elena Vyazmina, Simon Jallais, Alberto Beccantini,

Paper ID 242, Fundamental combustion properties of oxygen enriched hydrogen-air mixtures relevant to safety analysis: experimental and simulation study
Remy Mevel, Jeremy Sabard, J. Lei,

Paper ID 197, Hydrogen risk analysis for a generic nuclear containment ventilation system
Zhanjie Xu, Thomas Jordan

Paper ID 218, Safety concept of nuclear cogeneration of hydrogen and electricity
Karl Verfondern, Xing Yan, Tetsuo Nishihara,

Paper ID 222, In situ x-ray absorption spectroscopy study on water formation reaction of palladium metal nanoparticle catalyts
Daiju Matsumura, Masashi Taniguchi, Hirohisa Tanaka,

Nichirin II+III

Regulations Codes and Standard (RCS)
Chair: Jay Keller

Paper ID 003, The Role of Standardization in the Global Deployment of Alternative Fueling Infrastructure (round table discussion)
ISO/TC197, EU AFI Directive and CEN, US DOE, NEDO, Q&A

Paper ID 109, Comparative study of regulations, codes and standards and practices on hydrogen fuelling stations
Sylvaine Pique, Benno Weinberger, Bruno Debray,

Paper ID 116, ISO 19880-1, hydrogen fueling station and vehicle interface safety technical report
Jesse Schneider, Guy Dang-Nhu, Nick Hart,

Paper ID 117, Hydrogen fueling standardization: enabling FCEVs with “same as today” fueling time and driving range
Jesse Schneider, Graham Meadows, Morten Wistoft-Ibsen,

Regulations Codes and Standards (RCS)
Chair: Marc Steen

Paper ID 118, Hydrogen monitoring requirements in the global technical regulation on hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles
William Buttner, Matthew Post, Carl Rivkin,

Paper ID 120, Continuous codes and standards improvement (CCSI)
Carl Rivkin, Robert Burgess, William Buttner

Paper ID 124, Composite gas cylinders probabilistic analysis of minimum burst and load cycle requirements
Georg Mair, Ben Becker, Eric Duffner,

Paper ID 166, Safety requirements for liquefied hydrogen tankers
Junichi Kudou, Susumu Ota, Yoshihiro Senga

Paper ID 221, IPHE regulations codes and standards working group-type IV COPV round robin testing
Miguel Maes, Larry Starritt, JinYang Zheng,

Nichirin IV

Behavior - Detonations
Chair: Sergey Dorofeev

Paper ID 141, Development of a model evaluation protocol for CFD analysis of hydrogen safety issues – the SUSANA project
Daniele Baraldi, Daniele Melideo, Alexei Kotchourko,

Paper ID 178, Experimental determination of critical conditions for hydrogen-air detonation propagation in partially confined geometry
Wojciech Rudy, Karolina Dziubanii, Mateusz Zbikowski,

Paper ID 113, Detonation wave propagation in semi-confined layers of hydrogen-air and hydrogen-oxygen mixtures
Joachim Grune, Karsten Sempert, Andreas Friedrich,

Paper ID 112, Numerical analysis of detonation propensity of hydrogen-air mixtures with addition of methane, ethane or propane
Agnieszka Jach, Andrzej Teodorczyk

Behavior - Ignition
Chair: Luc Bauwens

Paper ID 249, Ignition of hydrogen-air mixtures by moving heated particles
Josue Melguizo-Gavilanes, Stephanie Coronel, Remy Mevel,

Paper ID 250, Hot surface ignition of hydrogen-air mixtures
Josue Melguizo-Gavilanes, Remy Mevel, Joseph E. Shepherd

Paper ID 163, An experimental study on mechanism of self ignition of high-pressure hydrogen
Wataru Kaneko, Keita Hayashi, Kazuhiro Ishii

Paper ID 172, Auto-ignition mechanism near the boundary layer for high-pressure hydrogen release into circular and rectangular tubes
Akinori Yokoyama, Makoto Asahara, Daiki Muto,

Paper ID 108, Self-ignition of hydrogen-nitrogen mixtures during high-pressure release into air
Wojciech Rudy, Andrzej Teodorczyk, Jennifer Wen

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Nichirin I

Hydrogen Deflagrations
Chair: Trygve Skjold

Paper ID 149, Effects of radiation on the flame front of hydrogen-air explosions
Armin Kessler, Conrad Wassmer, Sebastian Knapp,

Paper ID 162, Outward propagation velocity and acceleration characteristics in hydrogen-air deflagration
Toshiyuki Katsumi, Hironori Kabayashi, Takuro Aida,

Paper ID 155, Flammability profiles associated with highpressure hydrogen jets released in close proximity to surfaces
Jonathan Hall, Louise O’Sullivan, Pierre Benard

Paper ID 198, CFD evaluation against a large scale unconfined hydrogen deflagration
Ilias Tolias, Alexandros Venetsanos, Nikolaos Markatos,

Paper ID 160, Validated equivalent source model for an underexpanded hydrogen jet
Ethan Hecht, Xuefang Li, Isaac Ekoto

Paper ID 212, The effect of polyurethane sponge blockage ratio on premixed hydrogen-air flame propagation in a horizontal tube
Quan Li, Changjian Wang, Changming Guo,

Hydrogen Release
Chair: Stuart Hawksworth

Paper ID 194, An analysis of the experiments carried out by HSL in the HyIndoor European project studying accumulation of hydrogen released into a semi-confined enclosure in real wind conditions, and comparison with existing analytical models
Deborah Houssin-Agbomson, Simon Jallais

Paper ID 127, Comparisons of helium and hydrogen releases in 1 m3 and 2 m3 two vents enclosures: concentration measurements at different flow rates and for two diameters of injection nozzle
Gilles Bernard-Michel, Deborah Houssin

Paper ID 207, Experimental investigation on helium jet release and distribution in a vented cylindrical enclosure – effect of wall temperature conditions
Aneesh Prabhakar, Nilesh Agrawal, Vasudevan Raghavan,

Paper ID 161, Numerical investigation on the dispersion of hydrogen leaking from a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in seaborne transportation
Hideyuki Oka, Yuji Ogata, Yasushi Oka,

Paper ID 187, Visualizaion of auto-ignition phenomenon under the controlled burst pressure
Koji Yamashita, Tei Saburi, Yuji Wada,

Nichirin II+III

Government Safety Programs
Chair: John Khalil

Paper ID 269, Overview of the DOE hydrogen safety, codes and standards program part 1: Regulations, codes and standards (RCS) for hydrogen techologies - an historical overview
Carl Rivkin

Paper ID 203, Overview of the DOE hydrogen safety,codes and standards program part 2: Hydrogen and fuel cells: emphasizing safety to enable commercialization
Nick Barilo, Steven Weiner

Paper ID 257, Overview of the DOE hydrogen safety,codes and standardsprogram part 3: Advances in research and development to enhance the scientific basis for hydrogen regulations, codes and standards
Chris San Marchi, Ethan Hecht, Isaac Ekoto,

Paper ID 266, Overview of the DOE hydrogen safety, codes and standards program part 4: Hydrogen sensors
William Buttner, Carl Rivkin, Robert Burgess,

Paper ID 228, H2FC European infrastructure first summary of an research infrastrcuture project on hydrogen technology and fuel cells
Thomas Jordan

H2 Safety aspects in other applications/industries/technologies
Chair: Antonio Ruiz

Paper ID 271, Hydrogen safety and loss prevention in industries
Sergey Dorofeev

Paper ID 301, Status of the Japanese Nuclear Hydrogen Safety Program
Ryutaro Hino

Paper ID 138, Engineering safety in hydrogen-energy applications
Audrey Dulcos, Christophe Proust, Jérôme Daubech,

Paper ID 158, Steam condensation effectin hydrogen venting from a BWR reactor building
Masahiro Kondo, Nejdet Erkan, Koji Okamoto

Nichirin IV

Safety in hydrogen infrastructure
Chair: Vladimir Molkov

Paper ID 140, Industrial storage - recent improvements and industrial prospective
Hervé Barthelemy, Mathilde Weber

Paper ID 226, Performance evaluation of the miniaturized catalytic combustion type hydrogen sensor
Hiroshi Miyazaki, Hiromasa Tanjo, Kengo Suzuki,

Paper ID 123, Validation and recommendations for  CFD and engineering modeling of hydrogen vented explosions: effects of concentration, stratification, obstruction and vent area
Elena Vyazmina, Simon Jallais

Paper ID 206, A study on dispersion resulting from liquefied hydrogen spilling
Shuntaro Unno, Yukichi Takaoka, Shoji Kamiya,

Paper ID 211, Hazid for CO2-free hydrogen supply chain feed (front end engineering design)
Suguru Oyama, Satoru Sakanaka, Shuichi Sato

Safety in H2 infrastructure
Chair: Akiteru Maruta

Paper ID 183, Development of hydrogen behavior simulation code system
Atsuhiko Terada, Yu Kamiji, Ryutaro Hino,

Paper ID 300, Current achievements about hydrogen production and H 2 research at SGRI/SGCC
Meng Niu

Paper ID 253, Public perception on hydrogen infrastructure in Japan,
Kenshi Itaoka, Aya Saito, Kazunari Sasaki

Paper ID 302, Refueling Infrastructure Build up Korean Perspective
Young Lee

Nichirin I

Hydrogen Release
Chair: Jennifer Wen

Paper ID 157, Hydrogen jet fires in a passively ventilated enclosure
Philip Hooker, Jonathan Hall, James Hoyes,

Paper ID 164, Numerical investigation of hydrogen leakage from a high pressure tank and its explosion
Yuka Taira, Tei Saburi, Shiro Kubota,

Paper ID 165, Numerical investigation of vented hydrogen-air deflagration in a chamber
Shunsuke Tsuiji, Killian Hutchinson, Akiko Matsuo

Paper ID 230, Accidental hydrogen release in Gc-laboratory; a case study
Mathias Henriksen, Dag Bjerketvedt, Knut Vaagsaether,

Nichirin II+III

Behavior of gaseous hydrogen mixtures
Chair: Dag Bjerketvedt

Paper ID 195, An experimental study dedicated to wind influence on helium build-up and concentration distribution inside a 1 m 3 semi-confined enclosure considering hydrogen energy applications conditions of use
Deborah Houssin-Agbomson, Jean-Yves Letellier, Philippe Renault,

Paper ID 204, Numerical simulation of deflagrationto-detonation transition in hydrogen-air mixtures with concentration gradients
Changjian Wang, Jennifer Wen

Paper ID 171, Numerical simulation of diverging detonation in hydrogen air mixtures
Ali Heidari, Jennifer Wen

Paper ID 251, Comparison of convective schemes in hydrogen impinging jet CFD simulation
Ilias Tolias, Alexandros G. Venetsanos

Nichirin IV

Safety in hydrogen infrastructure
Chair: Ulrich Schmidtchen

Paper ID 196, Venting deflagrations of local hydrogen-air mixture
Dmitriy Makarov, Philip Hooker, Michael Kuznetsov,

Paper ID 268, Update on regulation review for HRS construction and operations in Japan
Takeshi Yoshida

Paper ID 210, Research and development about safety improvement of hydrogen refueling stations
Masanori Hirose, Tetsufumi Ikeda, Yoichi Sone,

Paper ID 209, Guidelines and recommendations for indoor use of fuel cells and hydrogen systems
Béatrice L’Hostis, Deborah Houssin-Agbomson, Gilles Bernard-Michel,

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Nichirin II+III

Hydrogen Society and Turning Point
Chair: Tetsufumi Ikeda

Seiji Sano

Takashi Moriya

Patrick Breuer

Fuelling station buid-up-TÜV Süd Experience of a certification body
Tom Elliger

CaFCP - California Station Roll out
Tyson Eckerle

Nichirin I

Risk/safety management
Chair: Andrei Tchouvelev

Paper ID 110, HYRAM a methodology and toolkit for quantitative risk assessment of hydrogen systems
Katrina Groth, Ethan Hecht

Paper ID 105, 3D risk management for hydrogen installations (HY3DRM)
Trygve Skjold, Katrina M. Groth, A. Christine La Fleur,

Paper ID 107, Application of quantitative risk assessment for performance-based permitting of hydrogen fueling stations
A. Chris LaFleur, Alice Muna, Katrina Groth

Paper ID 101, Risk analysis of complex hydrogen infrastructures
Frank Markert, Alessia Marangon, Marco Carcassi,

Safety of energy storage
Chair: Inaki Azkarate

Paper ID 102, Modeling thermal response of polymer composite hydrogen cylinders
Zaki S Saldi, Jennifer X Wen

Paper ID 139, Cylinders and tubes used as buffers in filling stations
Hervé Barthelemy, Alberto Agnoletti

Paper ID 150, Full scale experimental campaign to determine the actual heat flux produced by fire on composite storages - calibration tests on metallic vessels
Fabien Fouillen, Jérôme Daubech, Lucas Bustamante Valencia,

Paper ID 229, Modelling heat transfer in an intumescent paint and its effect on fire resistance of on-board hydrogen storage
Yangkyun Kim, Dmitriy Makarov, Sergii Kashkarov,

Paper ID 133, Hydrogen fast filling to a type IV tank developed for motorcycles
Eisuke Yamada, Wataru Hiraki, Hitoshi Muramatsu

Hydrogen Explosions
Chair: Akiko Matsuo

Paper ID 234, Hydrogen explosions in 20’ ISO container
Ole Kristian Sommersel, Knut Vaagsather, Dag Bjerketvedt

Paper ID 174, Explosion venting of rich hydrogen-air mixtures in a cylindrical vessel with two symmetrical vents
Jin Guo, Cao Yong, Kunlun Hu,

Paper ID 135, Turbulent flame propagation in large unconfined H2/O2/N2 clouds
Jérôme Daubech, Christophe Proust, Guillaume Lecocq

Paper ID 202, Experimental investigation of spherical-flame acceleration in lean hydrogen-air mixtures
C. Regis Bauwens, Jeffrey M. Bergthorson, Sergey B. Dorofeev

Paper ID 170, Numerical simulation of detonation failure and reinitiation in bifurcated tubes
Ali Heidari, Jennifer Wen

Nichirin II+III

Safety of Fueling
Chair: Guy Dang-nhu

Paper ID 303, KIT Fueling Station Experience
Thomas Jordan

Paper ID 111, Freeze of nozzle/receptacle during hydrogen fueling
Wataru Hiraki, Hiroyuki Mitsuishi

Paper ID 173, Hazard identification study for risk assessment of a hybrid gasoline-hydrogen fueling station with an onsite hydrogen production system using organic hydride
Jo Nakayama, Junji Sakamoto, Naoya Kasai,

Paper ID 260, Estimation of final hydrogen temperature from refueling parameters
Jinsheng Xiao, Pierre Bénard, Richard Chahine

Safety in H2 vehicles
Chair: Nha Nguyen

Paper ID 131, CFD study of the unignited and ignited hydrogen releases from trpd under a fuel cell car,
Zhiyong Li, Dmitriy Makarov, James Keenan,

Paper ID 146, The possibility of an accidental scenario for marine transportation of fuel cell vehicle-hydrogen releases from tprd by radiant heat from lower deck
Yohsuke Tamura, Kenji Sato

Paper ID 239, Towards a set of design recommendations for pressure relief devices on-board hydrogen vehicles
David Yates, Dmitriy Makarov, Vladimir Molkov

Paper ID 114, Characteristics of hydrogen leakage sound from a fuel-cell vehicle by hearing
Kiyotaka Maeda, Koji Yamazaki, Yohsuke Tamura

Paper ID 168, Study of a post-fire verification method for the activation status of hydrogen cylinder pressure relief devices
Koji Yamazaki, Yohsuke Tamura

Safety in H2 vehicles
Chair: Daniele Melideo

Paper ID 216, Numerical study on the influence of different boundary conditions on the efficiency of hydrogen recombiners inside a car garage
Johannes Baggemann, Wilfried Jahn, Stephan Kelm,

Paper ID 261, Simulation analysis on the risk of hydrogen releases and combustion in subsea tunnels
Haiyan Bie, Zongrui Hao

Paper ID 156, Experimental study on vented hydrogen deflagrations in a low strength enclosure
Philip Hooker, James Hoyes, Jonathan Hall,

Paper ID 152, Blast wave from hydrogen storage rupture in a fire
Vladimir Molkov, Sergii Kashkarov

Paper ID 137, CFD investigation of filling and emptying of hydrogen tanks
Daniele Melideo, Daniele Baraldi, Beatriz Acosta-Iborra,

Nichirin IV

Physical effects - Jets and Deflagrations
Chair: Alexandros G. Venetsanos

Paper ID 215, Modeling of cryogenic hydrogen jets
Stella G. Giannissi, Alexandros G. Venetsanos, Nikolaos Markatos

Paper ID 153, Non-monotonic overpressure vs. H2 concentration behavoiur during vented deflagration. Experimental results
Martino Schiavetti, Marco Carcassi

Paper ID 154, Analysis of acoustic pressure oscillation during vented deflagration
Martino Schiavetti, Marco Carcassi

Paper ID 179, Numerical simulation on low-speed hydrogen jet diffusion
Yuki Takatori, Nobuyuki Tsuboi, Daiki Muto,

Paper ID 217, Blast wave from bursing enclosure with internal hydrogen-air deflagration
Tomoyuki Matsunaga, Toshio Mogi, Ritsu Dobashi

Physical effects - Blasts and Jets
Chair: Changjian Wang

Paper ID 243, High pressure hydrogen tank rupture: blast wave and fireball
Wookyung Kim, Volodymyr Shentsov, Dmitriy Makarov,

Paper ID 259, Removing the disrupting wind effect in single vented enclosure exposed to external wind
Stella G. Giannissi, Ilias C. Tolias, Alexandros G. Venetsanos

Paper ID 115, Boundary layer effects on the critical nozzle of hydrogen sonic jet
Mohammadamin Afroosheh, Marius Paraschivoiu, Farbod Vakilimoghadda

Paper ID 148, The pressure peaking phenomenon: validation for unignited releases in laboratory-scale enclosure
Volodymyr Shentsov, Mike Kuznetsov, Vladimir Molkov

Paper ID 201, Comparison of two-layer model for high pressure hydrogen jets with notional nozzle model predictions and experimental data
Xuefang Li, David Christopher, Ethan Hecht,

Hydrogen effects on materials and components
Chair: Herve Barthelemy

Paper ID 159, Enhancing safety of hydrogen containment components through materials testing under in-service conditions
Brian Somerday, Jeff Campbell, Ken Lee,

Paper ID 188, Threshold stress intensity factor for hydrogen assisted cracking of Cr-Mo steel used as stationary storage buffer of a hydrogen refueling station
Takuya Matsumoto, Masanobu Kubota, Saburo Matsuoka,

Paper ID 252, Hydrogen effects on X80 pipeline steel under high-pressure natural gas/hydrogen mixtures
Bo Meng, Chaohua Gu, Lin Zhang,

Paper ID 223, Development of high-pressure hydrogen gas barrier materials
Mitsuo Shibutani, Akinobu Inakuma, Fumimasa Maki,

Closing Session
Chair: Marco Carcassi


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