A project to look at hydrogen and carbon monoxide combustion risk management in the case of severe accidents at nuclear power plants has been launched. The EU-funded Horizon 2020 project, Accident Management of the Hydrogen/CO Combustion Risk (AMHYCO), started on 1 October, and will run for four years. Severe accidents at nuclear plants are costly and potentially dangerous to humans and the environment. Adequate accident management measures are “paramount” for preventing and/or mitigating the consequences of these accidents, says AMHYCO.
Chemical Engineer 22nd Oct 2020 read more »