Event Date(s) Wednesday, September 18, 2024
Start - Stop Time 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CEST
Register By September 18, 2024 - 10:00 AM CEST

In order to fully transition to a carbon-neutral society, large amounts of hydrogen will be needed. This entails the need to develop sustainable ways to produce, store, and dispense hydrogen to meet the demands of a constantly growing market. Especially in industries such as steel manufacturing or chemical processes, the transition to hydrogen is crucial for achieving carbon neutrality. Additionally, considering the potential demand from transportation sectors, especially heavy-duty, marine, or aerospace, the required amount of hydrogen is orders of magnitude higher than what is currently produced. Electrolysis is the only genuinely green method of producing hydrogen. Understanding the entire system from the stack to the system level requires integrated multi-physics simulation. This webinar will highlight the capabilities of GT-SUITE in this area. Additionally, applications in other aspects of the necessary hydrogen infrastructure, such as fueling stations and storage, will be showcased.

Topics include: 

• Hydrogen will be transitioning to a carbon-neutral market

• Industries like steel manufacturing and chemical processes need to switch from natural gas to hydrogen with the aim for carbon-free operation

• The demand for hydrogen in transportation sectors like heavy duty, marine, and aerospace is significantly higher than current production levels.

• Electrolysis is one of the most environmentally friendly methods of producing hydrogen

• Multi-physics integrated simulation will greatly help in understanding the hydrogen system from stack to system level

• This webinar will showcase the capabilities of GT-SUITE in simulating hydrogen systems

• GT-SUITE can also be applied to other aspects of hydrogen infrastructure like fueling stations and storage



Thomas Vevaud | Senior Application Engineer, Reactive Flow Systems | Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technology at Gamma Technologies GmbH


Please note that this event will be held twice. Check the timings below: 

Session I: 2:30 PM IST (India) | 11 AM CET (Germany)

Session II: 12PM CDT (Chicago) | 1PM EDT (New York)


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