Dr Volodymyr Shentsov

Lecturer in Hydrogen Safety

Belfast School of Architecture & the Be

Belfast campus

Room 27B04,
2-24 York Street,
BT15 1AP,

Built Environment Research

Lecturer in Hydrogen Safety

Dr Volodymyr Shentsov


Dr Volodymyr SHENTSOV is a Mathematical Engineer in Applied Mathematics, he graduated from National Aerospace University (Ukraine) in 2007.

He has been a member of the HySAFER team at Ulster University since 2012 as a PhD student and since 2014 as a Research Associate in Safety Engineering.

Research interests

His research interests and responsibilities within HySAFER are provision of relevant experience in the area of hydrogen safety in particular the analytical and CFD studies of different hydrogen safety related phenomenon for example unignited releases and dispersion of hydrogen in vented enclosures, including analytical studies of ignited pressure peaking and radiation from the hot layer indoors, CFD simulations of hydrogen non-premixed combustion with EDC model to study hydrogen jet fire dynamics and simulations of hydrogen tank rapture with the blast wave and fire ball, simulations of flame lift-off and blow-off etc.

Current projects

He is currently contributing to FP7 project SUSANA, EPSRC SUPERGEN Hub and EPSRC SUPERGEN Challenge projects.