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Overpressure Effects from Propane Detonation : Comparison of Simulation Results with Experimental Data

Abstract : Accidental gas explosion is a standard scenario considered in risk assessment for process industries. Blast walls or barriers are an efficient way to reduce the effects of pressure waves originated from an explosion. However, the proper design of a blast wall requires heavy investigation considering real accidental scenarios. CFD-based method can be used for a parametric investigation and for design optimization instead of experimental investigations. Nevertheless, the first CFD codes must be validated versus corresponding experimental data. The purpose of this paper is to present comparison of CFD simulations of propane/oxygen detonation and experimental measurements for small scale explosions.
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Elena Vyazmina, Guillaume Lecocq, J. Commanay, Yann Gregoire, Simon Jallais, et al.. Overpressure Effects from Propane Detonation : Comparison of Simulation Results with Experimental Data. 9th International seminar on fire and explosion hazards (ISFEH 9), Apr 2019, Saint Petersburg, Russia. pp.257-268, ⟨10.18720/spbpu/2/k19-51⟩. ⟨ineris-03319917⟩

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