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Processes of the formation of large unconfined clouds following a massive spillage of liquid hydrogen on the ground

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Because of hydrogen low volumetric energy content under its gaseous form, transport and storage of liquid hydrogen will certainly play a major role in any future hydrogen economy. One of the obstacles to the expected development use of hydrogen is the poor state of knowledge on explosion risks in the event of an extensive spillage. INERIS set up a large-scale experiment to study the mechanisms of the formation of the gas cloud resulting from such a spillage and the associated mixing process and turbulence effects.
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Christophe Proust, Jean-Marc Lacome, Didier Jamois, Lionel Perrette. Processes of the formation of large unconfined clouds following a massive spillage of liquid hydrogen on the ground. 2. International Conference on hydrogen safety (ICHS 2007), Sep 2007, San Sebastian, Spain. pp.7. ⟨ineris-00973268⟩

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