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Dag 1 - 15 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, Sweden

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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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Dag 2 - 16 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 Tramoni1, Riccardo Zanon2, Renato Mole Antoniazza3, Gildas Auguin4, Bin Zhao1, Christophe Thauvoye 1 & Mathieu Suzanne3

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

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