Towards minimising hazards in hydrogen and fuel cell stationary applications: Key findings of modelling and experimental work in the HYPER project - Hazards XXI: process safety and environmental protection in a changing world

Sile Brennan, A Bengaouer, M Carcassi, G Cerchiara, G Evans, A Friedrich, O Gentilhomme, W Houf, A Kotchurko, N Kotchurko, S Kudriakov, Dmitriy Makarov, Vladimir Molkov, E Papanikolaou, C Pitre, M Royle, R Schefer, G Stern, A. V. Venetsanos, A VeserW Willoughby, J Yanez

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Brennan, S. (Author), Bengaouer, A. (Author), Carcassi, M. (Author), Cerchiara, G. (Author), Evans, G. (Author), Friedrich, A. (Author), Gentilhomme, O. (Author), Houf, W. (Author), Kotchurko, A. (Author), Kotchurko, N. (Author), Kudriakov, S. (Author), Makarov, D. (Author), Molkov, V. (Author), Papanikolaou, E. (Author), Pitre, C. (Author), Royle, M. (Author), Schefer, R. (Author), Stern, G. (Author), Venetsanos, A. V. (Author), ... Yanez, J. (Author). (2009). Towards minimising hazards in hydrogen and fuel cell stationary applications: Key findings of modelling and experimental work in the HYPER project - Hazards XXI: process safety and environmental protection in a changing world. Web publication/site, Institute of Chemical Engineers. http://www.icheme.org/communities/subject_groups/safety%20and%20loss%20prevention/resources/hazards%20archive/hazards%20xxi.aspx