PD ISO/TR 15916:2015 - Basic considerations for the safety of hydrogen systems

PD ISO/TR 15916:2015

Basic considerations for the safety of hydrogen systems

Status : Current, Project Underway   Published : December 2015

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This Technical Report provides guidelines for the use of hydrogen in its gaseous and liquid forms as well as its storage in either of these or other forms (hydrides). It identifies the basic safety concerns, hazards and risks, and describes the properties of hydrogen that are relevant to safety. Detailed safety requirements associated with specific hydrogen applications are treated in separate International Standards.

"Hydrogen"in this paper means normal hydrogen ( 1H 2), not deuterium ( 2H 2) or tritium ( 3H 2).




Standard NumberPD ISO/TR 15916:2015
TitleBasic considerations for the safety of hydrogen systems
StatusCurrent, Project Underway
Publication Date31 December 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 16110, ISO 26142, ISO 16111, ISO 19880-1, ISO 11119, ISO 19881:2018, BS ISO 19881:2018, ISO 19884, ISO 14687:2019, BS ISO 14687:2019, ISO 22734:2019, BS ISO 22734:2019, BS EN ISO 17268:2020, ISO 17268:2020, ISO 11114-4:2017
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsISO/TR 15916:2015
DescriptorsVerification, Grades (quality), Energy technology, Membranes, Fuel cells, Protons, Automotive fuels, Impurities, Chemical composition, Exchange, Road vehicles, Electric cells, Hydrogen
ICS71.020
71.100.20
Title in FrenchConsidérations fondamentales pour la sécurité des systèmes à l’hydrogène
CommitteePVE/3/8
ISBN978 0 580 86124 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages76
File Size1.417 MB
Price£280.00


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