Research Highlights 2018-2019
PROCESS SAFETY IMPLEMENTATION
Safety analysis of novel green hydrogen production system
Ahmed H. Elkady
Safety and security of offshore wind-integrated green hydrogen production through water electrolysis
Safety and optimization of time-varying processes
Exploring how process systems engineering principles, primarily the concept of optimization, can be used in conjunction with techniques used to determine process safety in order to study dynamic systems.
Designing Resilient Process Systems for Enhanced Cyber Security
Developing a resilient control system framework to combat cyber-attacks, focusing on three areas: resilient control, advanced detection, and effective recovery
Quantitative frameworks for process safety and sustainability analysis
Time-dependent safety and sustainability analysis.
Quantitative models for safety and integrity of hydrogen transportation through transmission pipelines
Naga Venkata Saidileep Korlapati
Application of data science tools and molecular modeling approaches for the safety of hydrogen transportation.
Integration of design, control, scheduling and safety
Sahithi Srijana Akundi
A robust battery management system
Advanced diagnostic models to estimate the reliability of Lithium-ion batteries.
Real-Time Monitoring and Control of Hydrogen Production and Storage Systems
Optimizing hydrogen production and storage processes, identifying and mitigating potential risks, to provide a safe and efficient operation for hydrogen production and storage systems.
Utilizing the student-centric technique involving project (or problem)-based learning (PBL), combined with the aids of simulators like Aspen Plus or HYSYS, to design a simplified safety index
Integrating the technology aids into the Chemical Engineering curricula to promote the process safety concepts.