Risk assessment for a gas and liquid Hydrogen fueling station

Jo Nakayama, Junji Sakamoto, Naoya Kasai, Tadahiro Shibutani, Atsumi Miyake

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Abstract

Hydrogen fueling stations are critical infrastructure for facilitating the commercialization of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). In Japan, few hydrogen fueling stations have been built but several are under design or construction stages. It will be difficult to construct stand-alone hydrogen fueling stations in many locations in Japan because of the narrow spaces in urban cities. Therefore, hybrid stations with gasoline and hydrogen supply systems will be constructed to effectively use small spaces. Safety measures must be incorporated into the stations. Although stand-alone hydrogen fueling stations using compressed and liquid hydrogen have been investigated with risk assessment, the hybrid gasoline-hydrogen fueling stations have not been analyzed yet. This paper presents risk assessment from a Hazard Identification Study (HAZID) for identification of inherent accident scenarios and risks relating to gasoline and hydrogen supply systems. The study shows that HAZID was an effective assessment tool because it indicated similar accident scenarios analyzed by HAZOP and FMEA. Furthermore, HAZID revealed inherent scenarios and risks.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety
PublisherAIChE
Pages138-150
Number of pages13
ISBN (Electronic)9781510806856
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2015
Externally publishedYes
Event49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety - Austin, United States
Duration: Apr 26 2015Apr 30 2015

Publication series

Name49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety

Conference

Conference49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety
CountryUnited States
CityAustin
Period4/26/154/30/15

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Fueling
Risk assessment
Hydrogen
Liquids
Gases
Gasoline
Hazards
Accidents
Critical infrastructures
Fuel cells

Keywords

  • Gas and liquid hydrogen station
  • Hazard Identification Study
  • Risk assessment

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

Cite this

Nakayama, J., Sakamoto, J., Kasai, N., Shibutani, T., & Miyake, A. (2015). Risk assessment for a gas and liquid Hydrogen fueling station. In 49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety (pp. 138-150). (49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety). AIChE.

Risk assessment for a gas and liquid Hydrogen fueling station. / Nakayama, Jo; Sakamoto, Junji; Kasai, Naoya; Shibutani, Tadahiro; Miyake, Atsumi.

49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety. AIChE, 2015. p. 138-150 (49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Nakayama, J, Sakamoto, J, Kasai, N, Shibutani, T & Miyake, A 2015, Risk assessment for a gas and liquid Hydrogen fueling station. in 49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety. 49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety, AIChE, pp. 138-150, 49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety, Austin, United States, 4/26/15.
Nakayama J, Sakamoto J, Kasai N, Shibutani T, Miyake A. Risk assessment for a gas and liquid Hydrogen fueling station. In 49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety. AIChE. 2015. p. 138-150. (49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety).
Nakayama, Jo ; Sakamoto, Junji ; Kasai, Naoya ; Shibutani, Tadahiro ; Miyake, Atsumi. / Risk assessment for a gas and liquid Hydrogen fueling station. 49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety. AIChE, 2015. pp. 138-150 (49th Annual Loss Prevention Symposium 2015, LPS 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety).
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