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ONLINE LECTURES & WEBINARS

FABIG has developed a series of Online Lectures and organised Webinars covering fire and explosion engineering topics. Available FABIG Online Lectures and Webinars are listed below.
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FABIG ONLINE LECTURES & WEBINARS

W030
Explosions & fire hazards from oil-insulated electrical components

Speaker(s): Francesco Chillè

Organisation(s): FCSolutionS

Duration: 64 min

W029
Fire risk assessment and the design-case fire - A performance-based approach to fire protection and emergency response

Speaker(s): David Black

Organisation(s): BakerRisk

Duration: 60 minutes

W028
Near-field blast loading: Challenges, unknowns, and opportunities

Speaker(s): Dr Sam Rigby

Organisation(s): University of Sheffield

Duration: 60 minutes

W027
Preliminary analysis of gas release and dispersion behaviour relevant to the use of hydrogen in the natural gas distribution network

Speaker(s): Simon Gant

Organisation(s): Heath and Safety Executive

Duration: 50 min

W026
A comprehensive test programme for Blast Resistant Modular Buildings (BRMs) - Phase 2

Speaker(s): Ali Sari

Organisation(s): Omega-Risk

Duration: 63 min

W025
Gas turbine enclosures: Determining ventilation safety criteria using hydrogen explosion modelling

Speaker(s): Tristan Vye

Organisation(s): Frazer-Nash Consultancy

Duration: 53 min

W024
Large volume Liquid Hydrogen Releases: Key results and outcome of modelling exercises

Speaker(s): Dan Allason

Organisation(s): DNV

Duration: 60 min

W023
Statistics, lessons learnt and recommendations from the analysis of HIAD database

Speaker(s): Jennifer Wen

Organisation(s): University of Warwick

Duration: 70 min

W022
Ammonia and hydrogen: A tale of two gases

Speaker(s): Darren Malik

Organisation(s): BakerRisk

Duration: 60 min

W021
Risk management of Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems

Speaker(s): Benjamin Truchot & Arnaud Bordes

Organisation(s): INERIS

Duration: 57 min

W020
CCS CO2 - Aspects of CO2 that could cause or contribute to a major accident

Speaker(s): Hamish Holt

Organisation(s): DNV

Duration: 61 min

W019
A comprehensive test programme for Blast Resistant Modular buildings (BRMs)

Speaker(s): Ali Sari

Organisation(s): Omega-Risk

Duration: 70 min

W018
The work of LASTFIRE - Ensuring a smooth transition to PFAS free firefighting foams through research and testing

Speaker(s): Niall Ramsden

Organisation(s): LASTFIRE

Duration: 54 min

W017
The benefits of blind benchmarking of Probabilistic Explosion Risk Analysis (ERA) studies

Speaker(s): Prankul Middha

Organisation(s): Abercus

Duration: 57 min

W016
RispEx - Simplified tool for explosion load decision support

Speaker(s): Linda Flottum & Jens Johansson Garstad

Organisation(s): Aker Solutions & DNV GL

Duration: 63 min

W 015
Cost effective design against explosions - CostFX JIP - Project presentation and future research

Speaker(s): Asmund Huser & Mike Johnson

Organisation(s): DNV GL

Duration: 59 min

W 014
Recent enhancements in predicting subsea dispersion of gas from blowouts and pipeline failure

Speaker(s): Jan Erik Olsen

Organisation(s): SINTEF

Duration: 56 min

W 013
Introduction to structural fire engineering

Speaker(s): Bassam Burgan

Organisation(s): The Steel Construction Institute (SCI)

Duration: 68 min

W 012
Accounting for geometry effects for VCE loads on buildings

Speaker(s): Mehmet Cem Ozbey

Organisation(s): Thornton Tomasetti

Duration: 44 min

W 011
A look back on developments in fire modelling

Speaker(s): Bjørn Erling Vembe

Organisation(s): DNV GL

Duration: 63 min

W 010
On the modelling of gas explosions: A historical review

Speaker(s): Kees van Wingerden

Organisation(s): Gexcon

Duration: 65 min

W 009
Major hazards research since 1990: Fires

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 57 min

W 008
Offshore major hazards research 1990-2000: Dispersion and explosions

Speaker(s): Mike Johnson

Organisation(s): DNV GL

Duration: 63 min

W 007
Major accidents in the oil & gas industry, follow-up research and lessons learnt

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 70 min

W 006
Predictions of loading and structural response in accidental blast events

Speaker(s): Hannes L. Gauch

Organisation(s): Imperial College London & Baker Hughes

Duration: 60 min

W 005
Risk assessments and standards leading to safety distances for hydrogen refuelling stations

Speaker(s): Asmund Huser

Organisation(s): DNV GL

Duration: 80 min

W 004
Are unconfined hydrogen vapor cloud explosions credible?

Speaker(s): Kelly Thomas & Darren Malik

Organisation(s): BakerRisk

Duration: 68 min

W 003
Explosion relief and protection at hydrogen refuelling stations

Speaker(s): Robert Brewerton

Organisation(s): Inoventech

Duration: 59 min

W 002
Hy4Heat - Consequence modelling for ignition of hydrogen leaks in the home

Speaker(s): Sam Greg

Organisation(s): Arup

Duration: 70 min

W 001
Update on hydrogen research at Spadeadam

Speaker(s): Daniel Allason

Organisation(s): DNV GL

Duration: 60 min

OL 007
Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosion (BLEVEs)

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 24 min

OL 006
Heat Transfer From Jet and Pool Fires

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 14 min

OL 005
Pool Fires and Jet Fires in Compartments

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 23 min

OL 004
Jet Fires

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 20 min

OL 003
Pool Fires

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 15 min

OL 002
Flammability and Flame Stability

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 17 min

OL 001
Release Scenarios

Speaker(s): Geoff Chamberlain

Organisation(s): Waverton Consultancy

Duration: 11 min

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