Dr James Ingram


NameDr James Ingram
Job titleSenior Research Fellow

Research outputs

An analysis of civil aviation industry safety needs for the introduction of liquid hydrogen propulsion technology

Benson, CM, Ingram, JM, Battersby, PA, Mba, D, Sethi, V and Rolt, AM (2019). An analysis of civil aviation industry safety needs for the introduction of liquid hydrogen propulsion technology. TURBO EXPO Turbomachinery Technical Conference & Exposition. Phoenix AZ, USA 18 - 20 Jun 2019

A comparison study into low leak rate buoyant gas dispersion in a small fuel cell enclosure using plain and louvre vent passive ventilation schemes

Ghatauray, TS, Ingram, JM and Holborn, PG (2018). A comparison study into low leak rate buoyant gas dispersion in a small fuel cell enclosure using plain and louvre vent passive ventilation schemes. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.

Chemochromic Pd-V2O5 Sensors for Passive Hydrogen Detection in Nuclear Containments

O'Hara, R, Holborn, PG, Ingram, JM, Ball, J, Rathbone, P and Edge, R (2018). Chemochromic Pd-V2O5 Sensors for Passive Hydrogen Detection in Nuclear Containments. 2018 WM Symposia, Nuclear and Industrial Robotics, Remote Systems and Other Emerging Technologies. Phoenix, Arizona, USA 18 - 22 Mar 2018 London South Bank University.

Identification of ignition sources in high pressure enriched gaseous oxygen system incidents using flow chart road map diagram methodology

Benson, CM and Ingram, JM (2018). Identification of ignition sources in high pressure enriched gaseous oxygen system incidents using flow chart road map diagram methodology. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. 114, pp. 206-218.

Application of Bayesian methods and networks to ignition hazard event prediction in nuclear waste decommissioning operations

Averill, AF, Ingram, JM, Holborn, PG, Battersby, P and Benson, CM (2018). Application of Bayesian methods and networks to ignition hazard event prediction in nuclear waste decommissioning operations. Process Safety and Environmental Protection. 116, pp. 396-404.

Surface temperature generation during drop weight mechanical impact and the usefulness of dynamic thermocouple measurements for predicting impact ignition of flammable gases

Ingram, JM, Averill, AF, Holborn, PG, Battersby, P and Benson, CM (2018). Surface temperature generation during drop weight mechanical impact and the usefulness of dynamic thermocouple measurements for predicting impact ignition of flammable gases. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. 55, pp. 10-18.

An experimental and CFD study into the dispersion of buoyant gas using passive venting in a small fuel cell enclosure

Ghatauray, T, Ingram, JM and Holborn, PG (2016). An experimental and CFD study into the dispersion of buoyant gas using passive venting in a small fuel cell enclosure. IChemE Hazards 26. Edinburgh 24 - 26 May 2016 London South Bank University.

A comparison study into low leak rate buoyant gas dispersion in a small fuel cell enclosure using plain and louvre vent passive ventilation schemes.

Ghatauray, T, Ingram, JM and Holborn, PG (2017). A comparison study into low leak rate buoyant gas dispersion in a small fuel cell enclosure using plain and louvre vent passive ventilation schemes. HYSAFE: International Conference On Hydrogen Safety. Hamburg, Germany 11 - 13 Sep 2017 London South Bank University.

Ignition of flammable atmospheres by mechanical stimuli

Ingram, JM (2016). Ignition of flammable atmospheres by mechanical stimuli. hazardex: Journal for Hazardous Area Environment.

Characterising the performance of hydrogen sensitive coatings for nuclear safety applications

O'Hara, R, Ingram, JM, Holborn, PG, Ball, J, Edge, R and Rathbone, P (2017). Characterising the performance of hydrogen sensitive coatings for nuclear safety applications. International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2017). Hamburg, Germany 11 - 13 Sep 2017 London South Bank University.

Energy losses during drop weight mechanical impacts with special reference to ignition of flammable atmospheres in nuclear decommissioning: theory and determination of experimental coefficients for impact analysis and prediction

Averill, AF, Ingram, JM, Holborn, PG and Battersby, P (2017). Energy losses during drop weight mechanical impacts with special reference to ignition of flammable atmospheres in nuclear decommissioning: theory and determination of experimental coefficients for impact analysis and prediction. International Journal of Impact Engineering. 109, pp. 92-103.

Domestic Refrigerator Design -Safety Issues and Opportunities

Beasley, M, Holborn, PG, Ingram, JM and Maidment, GG (2017). Domestic Refrigerator Design -Safety Issues and Opportunities. The Institute of Refrigeration Event 2nd March 2017. London South Bank University 02 - 02 Mar 2017 London South Bank University.

The development of a model for the prediction of polymer spontaneous ignition temperatures in high pressure enriched oxygen across a range of pressures and concentrations

Benson, CM, Bishop, AM, Ingram, JM, Phillips, R and Nolan, PF (2016). The development of a model for the prediction of polymer spontaneous ignition temperatures in high pressure enriched oxygen across a range of pressures and concentrations. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. 44 (Nov), pp. 369-379.
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