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The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

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    Course Outline

    Hydrogen Safety

     

     

    Course Outline:


    I. Introduction: Course Structure and Limitations

     

     
    II. Hydrogen Safety Basics
    A. Why study hydrogen safety
    B. Lessons learned
    C. What do you need to know?

     
    III. Addressing Hydrogen Hazards
    A. How to deal with a hazard
    B. Possible ways to address a hazard
    C. How to respond to emergency situations

     
    IV. Components: Design, Concerns

     
    V. Safety Management Concerns
    A. Basic safety philosophy and principles
    B. Organizational policies and procedures
    C. Safety responsibility
    D. Risk and risk management
    E. Hazard analysis
    F. Codes, standards, and NASA directives
    G. Reviews

     
    VI. Facility Design and Concerns, Part I
    A. General considerations
    B. Facility siting
    C. Storage vessels
    D. Piping systems
    E. Venting, flaring, and dispersion
    F. Building considerations

     
    VII. Facility Design and Concerns, Part II
    A. Supporting systems
    B. Fire protection and fire fighting
    C. Transportation