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An Analysis of Safety Management Items for Low Pressure Hydrogen Facility below 0.1MPa in Domestic Hydrogen Town
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 Title & Authors
An Analysis of Safety Management Items for Low Pressure Hydrogen Facility below 0.1MPa in Domestic Hydrogen Town
Lee, Duk-Gwon; Heo, Doo-Hyun; Lee, Sun-Kyu; Lee, Jung-Woon; Lyu, Geun-Jun; Lee, Yeon-Jae; Kim, Hie-Sik;
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 Abstract
As the interest in hydrogen energy is being increased, it is a widely issue to develop a lot of hydrogen technologies in the field of production, storage, transportation, application and others. In the aftermath, there is a hydrogen town in Ul San, which is expected to expand application fields of hydrogen energy, as a demonstration project. The hydrogen town in Ul San can consist of high and low pressure part by the gas pressure. The high pressure part is managed by `the high pressure gas safety control act`. And, low pressure part is managed by `the guideline for the safety management of demonstration project of hydrogen town`. In this paper, to improve efficiency of safety management, the direction of safety management is reviewed by an analysis of low pressure hydrogen facility and safety management items. And then, some improvement directions are suggested. In the end, it is expected that the results of this study could help to activate construction of hydrogen town and improve efficiency of safety management as well.
 Keywords
hydrogen town;low pressure hydrogen;safety management;hydrogen facility;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
수소타운 정압기실 내 수소 누출 특성 연구,남태호;김동환;이정운;이승국;이연재;

한국수소및신에너지학회논문집, 2016. vol.27. 6, pp.685-692 crossref(new window)
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