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Use of Hydrogen as a future fuel, Dec 2021, India

Posted By: Dr. Shanmugam Dhinakaran
Date:Thu, 16 Dec 2021, 6:27 p.m.

India, December 20, 2021

ONLINE EVENT | Dec 20 - 24, 2021. | This is a five days
course (Total 16 hours lecture and 4 hours
Tutorials in CFD modelling) | International Applicants are



[1] GIAN Course (Global Initiative of Academic Networks):
course is funded by the Ministry of Education, Government of

[2] Who should attend (International Participants are
1. UG/PG Students
2. Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Researchers
3. Scientists

[3] Expert: Prof. W. Malalasekera, Loughborough University,
Host: Dr. Shanmugam Dhinakaran, IIT Indore, India

[4] About the expert:
Prof. Weeratunge Malalasekera is a Professor of
Computational Fluid Dynamics & Heat Transfer at the
Loughborough University, UK. He maintains a good
collaborative links with a number of internationally leading
research groups. His research interests include modelling
and simulations of IC engines; Investigations into the
performance of CCGT power plants; Development and
investigations into energy storage solutions; Investigation
into hydrogen applications, combustion, deflagration and
flame propagation in hydrogen mixtures and Large eddy
simulations of premixed and non-premixed flames.

Prof. Malalasekera contributes to all levels in
undergraduate teaching and runs and contributes to the M.Sc
Programme in Mechanical Engineering. Computational Fluid
Dynamics and Heat Transfer are the main subjects taught. He
is the co-author of the textbook entitled ‘An introduction
to Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method’.
First published by Longman Higher Education in 1995, this
book as become a widely used popular CFD course text at many
universities worldwide. An enhanced second edition of this
book covering advanced topics and recent development in CFD
has been published in February 2007, by Pearson Higher
Education. By popular demand, a number of international
editions (Chinese, Asian, Japanese, Greek and Korean) have
also been published.

[5] Course Content:
- CFD modelling of hydrogen combustion devices.

- Hydrogen: Occurrence; physical and chemical

- Properties; hydrogen as a future fuel

- Hydrogen generation technologies.

- Hydrogen storage technologies.

- Hydrogen utilisation technologies.

- Hydrogen in engines.

- Hydrogen injection into national gas grids, role of
hydrogen in decarbonisation.

- Hydrogen in other equipment: Hydrogen combustion in
other combustion equipment and implications in existing
boilers and gas turbines.

- Modelling: Characteristics and modelling of hydrogen
flames & combustion processes; Pure hydrogen use in
the future - requirements for combustion equipment

- Hydrogen infrastructure: Safety & environmental
aspects of hydrogen; Hydrogen codes and standards;

- Hydrogen sensing & detection; Hydrogen safety, fires
and explosion research.

[6] Fee: INR 1000 + 18% Taxes (For UG and PG Students)
INR 1500 + 18% Taxes (For PostDocs/PhD Students)

[7]Contact details:
Dr. Shanmugam Dhinakaran
WhatsApp: +91-9111749191

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