This interactive in-person program held over a 10-week period introduces the current technical aspects of hydrogen technologies, projects and capabilities.
Sessions begin at 5.30 pm for 6.00 pm start each Wednesday from 15 February to 19 April.
Delivered by leading hydrogen industry practitioners and developed in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Energy, the program covers integral topics required by engineers to commence practising in the hydrogen industry. The objective of the program is to provide detailed information on the technical and practical aspects of hydrogen plan design, operation and product development.
Included are panel discussions and three site visits with time for networking with subject matter experts and other attendees at each session.
Session content and depth of detail will match the standard understanding of a professional engineer. For example, a high level of understanding of the nature and operation of common unit operations including compressors, pumps, gas storage, power transformers, wiring, etc.
Session 1 - Electrolytic hydrogen production, purification and process safety
Session 2 - Gaseous hydrogen: compressor plant and process safety
Session 3 - Gaseous hydrogen: storage, transport and process safety
Session 4 - Liquid hydrogen: liquefaction, storage, vaporisation, transport and process safety
Site visit 1 - Coregas liquid hydrogen site
Session 5 - Hydrogen pipelines and process safety
Session 6 - Fuel cells: transport, power applications and process safety 1
Site visit 2 - Energys hydrogen equipment manufacturing facility
Session 7 - Fuel cells: transport, power applications and process safety 2
Session 8 - Hydrogen dispensation and process safety
Site visit 3 - Toyota Hydrogen Centre
Session 9 - Hydrogen turbines and process safety
Session 10 - Hydrogen plant and system integration, automation and control, measurement, detection and process safety
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