Top Things You Need to Know about UL’s Flammable Refrigerant Modeling for Equipment Design and Certification
Tuesday, April 7, 2020 | 10:30 AM CDT (Chicago Standard Time ) | 5:30 PM CET (Central Europe Time)
Learn how predictive modeling can help support more insightful product risk analyses. This webinar will discuss the challenges facing equipment designers and manufacturers to adopt refrigerants that meet lower global warming requirements. You will also learn how predictive modeling can provide unique insights into the fire risks associated with refrigerant leakage. Join us to hear how risk assessments are incomplete without the use of such predictive modeling tools.
- What is refrigerant modeling?
- What are the benefits of using modeling in equipment design?
- The challenges that equipment designers and manufacturers face to adopt refrigerants that meet lower global warming potential requirements
Global Manager for Predictive Modeling and Analytics at UL
Mahmood Tabaddor is Global Manager for Predictive Modeling and Analytics at UL. The team consists of both physics-based and machine learning-based experts using these digital tools to provide insight into product and system safety risks. Mahmood has 20 years of experience in a range of different industries and earned an engineering PhD from Virginia Tech.