ELVHYS is a pre-normative research project coordinated by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, and co-funded by the European Commission, the Clean Hydrogen JU under the Horizon Europe programme, and UKRI.
ELVHYS aims to provide indications on inherently safer and efficient cryogenic hydrogen technologies and operations in mobile applications by providing innovative safety strategies including selection of effective safety barriers and hazard zoning strategies, which are the results of a detailed risk analysis. This will be carried out by applying an inter-disciplinary approach and conducting experimental, theoretical, and numerical studies both on the cryogenic hydrogen transferring operations and on the phenomena that may arise from the loss of containment of a piece of equipment containing hydrogen.
Critical inputs will be provided for the development of international standards by creating safe and optimised procedures and guidelines for cryogenic hydrogen transferring technologies. The results of ELVHYS will contribute to many objectives of the Clean Hydrogen JU SRIA such as increase the level of safety and support the development of regulations codes and standards for hydrogen technologies and applications.
ELVHYS project No. 101101381 is supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and its members. UK participants in Horizon Europe Project ELVHYS are supported by UKRI grant numbers 10063519 (University of Ulster) and 10070592 (Health and Safety Executive).
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