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Hydrogen Production, Storage and Application for a Sustainable Future

August 24 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Due to the high demand for lower carbon emissions, the use of renewable energy has increased in recent years. Hydrogen has been considered as one of the alternate energy resources which can produce less or nearly zero emissions as compared to fossil fuels.

Why Hydrogen?

Hydrogen is a versatile energy carrier and feedstock. It can be derived primarily by splitting water molecules or by reacting fossil fuels with steam or controlled amounts of oxygen. While hydrogen has served mostly as an input into a range of industrial processes, it has the potential to be used across a number of applications. If produced using low or zero emissions sources, hydrogen can enable deep de-carbonization across the energy and industrial sectors.

The technologies that underpin the hydrogen value chain can be broadly classified as:

  • Production: technological pathways for generating hydrogen
  • Storage and transport: technologies that store and distribute hydrogen from the point of generation to end use, and
  • Utilization: technologies that allow for hydrogen to be used in various applications.

This webinar will focus on the physical and chemical properties of hydrogen, various routes of producing hydrogen, its storage technologies, and its application in various process industries.

Key takeaways from this webinar:

  • In-depth knowledge of Hydrogen production technologies and storage
  • Applications of hydrogen
  • How to create a sustainable future with hydrogen technologies

Presenters:

Dr. Shakil Ahmed & Dr. Harisinh Parmar, EIT Lecturers.

Both presenters are lecturers in EIT's Professional Certificate of Competency in Hydrogen Energy – Production, Delivery, Storage, and Use.

Join us to learn more at this must-attend event for engineering professionals and aspiring engineers alike.

Reserve your spot at this free webinar today!

  • The webinar will be recorded and will be sent out to registered attendees afterwards.
  • A certificate of attendance will be provided to attendees who request one near the end of the live webinar session.

Please note: the time stated on this event is in Australian Western Standard Time (AWST). You will need to convert this to your own time zone.

More about the presenters:

Dr. Shakil Ahmed is a Senior Numerical Modeler specializing in fluid flow, structural analysis, thermodynamics, heat transfer, finite element analysis (FEA), computational fluid dynamics (CFD), multi-phase flow, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Techno Economic Analysis (TEA) and flow sheet development of new and innovative manufacturing processes. He has led and been involved in many strategic and externally funded projects in his research career. He has been working as a senior numerical modeler for the last 20 years and developed LCA model for Li-ion home storage battery system, mixing efficiency (H2+air) of supersonic combustor ram jet engine, solving two-phase flow through micro-pore structures using digital rock technology (DRT), gas liquid two-phase flow separation, fluid-structure interaction (FSI), pore scale CO2 wettability and residual trapping distribution (CCUS), flow through fracture-wellbore intersection, biomedical engineering, coal combustion, underground energy storage and thermal storage. In all these projects, Dr. Ahmed performed as a lead numerical modeler and was solely responsible for contributing to each project by providing major milestone reports to high profile external clients.

Currently, Dr. Ahmed is working as a course developer/unit coordinator at the Engineering Institute of Technology, and as a senior research fellow at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia. He published many fully refereed publications and non-refereed/extended abstract/client reports in his professional career. He has been asked to review more than 65 papers over the last seven years for many renowned journals. He examined PhD thesis, supervised PhD/masters/undergrad students and is involved in teaching and research with the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) and Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia. He developed many courses for EIT, and for the petroleum engineering department of Curtin University of Technology and Edith Cowan University, Perth Australia. He visited twice the Curtin University of Technology in Miri, Malaysia as an invited lecturer and delivered a 5-day block course on Numerical Reservoir Simulation. He is involved with the Australian Research Council (ARC) as an assessor and reviews ARC research grant applications. Dr. Ahmed is affiliated with the MIEAust.

Dr. Harisinh Parmar completed his Bachelors in Chemical Engineering from Nirma University, India in 2004. Later, he joined the manufacturing industry as a graduate engineer. After that, he completed his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Curtin University Australia in 2015. During his PhD, he contributed to BHP Billiton's project for the mining explosive research and produced several research publications.

Later, he joined as a Research Associate at Curtin University under Chevron Technology's company project for the development of a novel subsea settling tank. With that, he was engaged in teaching and developing Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Courses as part of the Bachelor’s and Master’s Program Curriculum at Curtin University. After that, he joined the Engineering Institute of Technology as Laboratory Manager. In the last few years, he was busy establishing the department from the development of the labs and the creation of other engineering laboratory-related infrastructure and facilities at EIT's campuses. Research activities in multiphase flow, waste to energy, and renewable energy.

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August 24
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4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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