Proceedings of FABIG Technical Meeting 102 held in March 2020 and subsequent Webinars now available
29 July 2020
PROCEEDINGS OF RECENT FABIG EVENTS NOW AVAILABLE
We are pleased to inform you that the Proceedings of the following FABIG events are now available on the FABIG Website. Please login and click on the following links to access these. We would also like to advise that Non-Member of FABIG are now able to purchase Proceedings of FABIG events online.
- Proceedings of Technical Meeting 102, which covered 'Fire and Explosion Hazards from Renewable Technology' and was held on 26th March 2020;
- Proceedings of Webinar 001: 'Update on hydrogen research at Spadeadam' by Daniel Allason, DNV GL, held on 23rd April 2020;
- Proceedings of Webinar 002: 'Hy4Heat - Consequence modelling for ignition of hydrogen leaks in the home' by Sam Greg, Arup, held on 5th May 2020;
- Proceedings of Webinar 003: 'Explosion relief and protection at hydrogen refuelling stations; by Robert Brewerton, Inoventech, held on 20th May 2020;
- Proceedings of Webinar 004: 'Are unconfined hydrogen vapor cloud explosions credible?' by Kelly Thomas & Darren Malik, BakerRisk, held on 3rd June 2020;
- Proceedings of Webinar 005: 'Risk assessments and standards leading to safety distances for hydrogen refuelling stations' by Asmund Huser, DNV GL, held on 17th June 2020;
- Proceedings of Webinar 006: 'Predictions of loading and structural response in accidental blast events' by Hannes Gauch, Imperial College London / Baker Hughes, held on 1st July 2020.
FABIG WEBINAR SERIES
We will be organising lunchtime webinars every two weeks whilst working life remains disrupted by measures to combat the COVID-19 epidemic. Such measures either prohibit or make inadvisable large meetings such as our Technical Meetings.
We are still looking for presentations for our series of lunchtime Webinars and as such, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you or one of your colleagues would like to give a presentation at one of the forthcoming FABIG Lunchtime Webinars.
Take care and stay safe,