Detail publikace

Modelling of consequences of biogas leakage from gasholder

Originální název

Modelling of consequences of biogas leakage from gasholder

Anglický název

Modelling of consequences of biogas leakage from gasholder

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper describes modelling of consequences of biogas leakage from a gasholder on agricultural biogas station. Four scenarios were selected for the purpose of this work. A rupture of gasholders membrane and instantaneous explosion of gas cloud, blast of gas with delay, emptying of whole volume of gas (without initiation) and initiation of gas with Jet-Fire. Leakage of gas is modelled by special software and consequences are determined on the basis of results. The first scenario was modelled with help of equations because used software does not include an appropriate model. A farm with high building density was chosen as a model case. Biogas is replaced by methane because used software does not support modelling of dispersion of mixtures. From this viewpoint, a conservative approach is applied because biogas contains “only” approximately 60% of methane (in dependence on technology and processed material).

Anglický abstrakt

This paper describes modelling of consequences of biogas leakage from a gasholder on agricultural biogas station. Four scenarios were selected for the purpose of this work. A rupture of gasholders membrane and instantaneous explosion of gas cloud, blast of gas with delay, emptying of whole volume of gas (without initiation) and initiation of gas with Jet-Fire. Leakage of gas is modelled by special software and consequences are determined on the basis of results. The first scenario was modelled with help of equations because used software does not include an appropriate model. A farm with high building density was chosen as a model case. Biogas is replaced by methane because used software does not support modelling of dispersion of mixtures. From this viewpoint, a conservative approach is applied because biogas contains “only” approximately 60% of methane (in dependence on technology and processed material).

Plný text v Digitální knihovně

Dokumenty

BibTex


@article{BUT136320,
  author="Petr {Trávníček} and Luboš {Kotek} and Petr {Junga}",
  title="Modelling of consequences of biogas leakage from gasholder",
  annote="This paper describes modelling of consequences of biogas leakage from a gasholder on agricultural biogas station. Four scenarios were selected for the purpose of this work. A rupture of gasholders membrane and instantaneous explosion of gas cloud, blast of gas with delay, emptying of whole volume of gas (without initiation) and initiation of gas with Jet-Fire. Leakage of gas is modelled by special software and consequences are determined on the basis of results. The first scenario was modelled with help of equations because used software does not include an appropriate model. A farm with high building density was chosen as a model case. Biogas is replaced by methane because used software does not support modelling of dispersion of mixtures. From this viewpoint, a conservative approach is applied because biogas contains “only” approximately 60% of methane (in dependence on technology and processed material).",
  address="University of Zagreb - Faculty of Agriculture",
  chapter="136320",
  doi="10.5513/JCEA01/18.1.1861",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="University of Zagreb - Faculty of Agriculture",
  number="1",
  volume="18",
  year="2017",
  month="january",
  pages="15--28",
  publisher="University of Zagreb - Faculty of Agriculture",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}