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Papers FIVE 2020

Day 1 - 15th of December

 

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The Dutch procedure for response to electrical vehicle accidents and fires by the fire service

Ricardo Weewer, Nils Rosmuller and Jaap Molenaar, IFV Institute for Safety, Netherlands

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Evaluation of fire in Stavanger airport car park 7 January 2020 

Karolina Storesund, Christian Sesseng, Ragni F. Mikalsen, Ole Anders Holmvaag (Norwegian Fire Academy) & Anne Steen-Hansen, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden/ RISE Fire Research, Norway

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Modern Vehicle Hazards in Parking Structures and Vehicle Carriers

Haavard R. Boehmer, Michael S. Klassen and Stephen M. Olenick Combustion Science & Engineering, Inc. Columbia, MD, USA

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Design fire of passenger vehicles – how to decide about it?

Dorota Brzezinska & Renata Ollesz Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland

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Thermal Runaway and The Fire Characterization for Lithium-ion Cells and Modules

Judith Jeevarajan, Underwriters Laboratories Inc., USA

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Heavy Truck Fuel Tank Protection in Frontal Impacts

Brian Herbst, Steven Meyer, Lauren Bell, Christopher Clarke, & Chuck Rogers SAFE Goleta, USA

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Day 2 - 16th of December

 

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Public Safety related to fast charging zero emmisson buses in public space

Nils Rosmuller (IFV), Sander Lepelaar (VRH) & Erik van der Staak (Van der Staak Business Logic BV), Netherlands

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Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Fires in Finland 2015-2019

Vesa Linja-aho, SESKO, Electrotechnical Standardization, Finland

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Heat release rate calculation from indirect measurements - Application to vehicle fires

Mole-Antoniazza Renato (1), Paillat Jean-Luc (1), Suzanne Mathieu (1), Candelier Fabien (2), Vauquelin Olivier (2) and Jean-Baptiste Tramoni (3)
1. LCPP, Fire Engineering Division, Paris (FR), 2. IUSTI, Marseille (FR), 3. CTICM, Fire Research Section, Saint-Aubin, France

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Recent safety focused overall analysis, testing and accident reviews towards safer e-mobility and energy storage

C. Di Bari (1), A. Lecocq (2), G. Marlair (2), B.Truchot (2), M. Mazzaro (3), M. L. Mele (4) & P. Russo (4)
1. ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development) – Italy, 2. INERIS (French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks) – France, 3. CNVVF (Italian National Fire Corp) – Italy, 4. Department of Chemical Engineering Materials Environment, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

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Fire Safety of Lithium-Ion Traction Batteries

Marie Kutschenreuter (1) & Stephan Klüh (1), Lukas Fast (1), Max Lakkonen (2), Rajko Rothe (2), Frank Leismann (3)
1. FOGTEC Fire Protection, Cologne, Germany, 2. IFAB Institute for applied fire safety research, Berlin, Germany, 3. STUVA e.V., Cologne, Germany

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Emergency responses in smoke from li-ion batteries

Niels van Veen & Arjen Koppen, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment & University Medical Center Utrecht, National Poisons Information Center Utrecht, Netherlands

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Toxic Gases from Electric Vehicle Fires

Ola Willstrand, Roeland Bisschop, Per Blomqvist, Alastair Temple & Johan Anderson, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Division Safety & Transport, Borås, Sweden

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Posters

 

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Car parks ventilation in the case of vehicle hydrogen release

Dorota Brzezinska & Renata Ollesz Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland

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Experimental investigation of the HRR of light commercial vehicles

Jean-Baptiste Tramoni (1), Riccardo Zanon (2), Renato Mole Antoniazza (3), Gildas Auguin (4), Bin Zhao (1), Christophe Thauvoye (1)  & Mathieu Suzanne (3) 

1 CTICM, Fire Research Section, Saint-Aubin (F), 2 ArcelorMittal Global R&D, Structural Long Products, Esch-sur-Alzette (L), 3 LCPP, Section Ingénierie du feu, Paris (F), 4 Efectis France, Saint-Aubin (F)

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