Browsing Department of Physics and Technology by Subject "Flammable"
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Interpretation of geometrical effects in consequence modelling. Comparison study between the commercial consequence assessment tools FLACS and PHAST for flammable gas dispersion (Master thesis, 2014-04-02)Computational fluid dynamics and integral consequence modeling is today a crucial part of safety assessments worldwide. The models are widely used to predict the effects of ventilation patterns, hazardous gas dispersion, ...