Mission Hydrogen GmbH​​​​​​​
Modelling and Mapping – a way to better hydrogen gas risk mitigation

Live Webinar (English)
Start: April 7, 2022, 10:00 CEST

Hydrogen gas leaks can be hard to detect as the gas jet direction is unpredictable, making detector positioning very difficult. The only detection scheme known to many is based on point gas detectors. Plume modelling and gas mapping are used to show the possible shortcomings of this traditional detection scheme. Gas mapping is then used to demonstrate two detection schemes that can help improve hydrogen gas risk mitigation. 

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The presenter has a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from the National University of Singapore and is a Certified Functional Safety Professional. He has 30 years of professional experience in Fire & Gas System solutions. He is currently providing technical consulting support for Fixed Gas & Flame Detection customers worldwide.

Sponsors of the Mission Hydrogen Webinar Series:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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​​​​​​​​​​​Silver: BallardDräger SafetyMSA – The Safety Company, Siemens AG, thyssenkrupp, ​​​​​​​Wenger Engineering GmbH
Bronze: Beckhoff Automation, CryostarEMCEL GmbH,
GITIS S.r.l. / Averis GmbHKEYOU GmbH​​​​​​​, NittoPHOENIX CONTACT, REFIRE, Roth Composite Machinery

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  • Plume modelling and gas mapping can provide valuable insights into the effectiveness of an applied hydrogen detection scheme.

  • Detecting hydrogen gas jet releases using only point gas detectors can be ineffective.

  • Supplementing point detectors with ultrasonic gas leak detectors can improve alarming probabilities.

  • Edwin Choo

    MSA Safety | Functional Safety Engineer, Global Fixed Gas & Flame Detection

  • Dr. David Wenger

    Mission Hydrogen GmbH | Founder and CEO (Host)

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