Green Hydrogen Production for Engineers (Online)


Provides participants with the knowledge necessary for the production of green hydrogen.

The course builds upon prior engineering knowledge to develop the conceptual and analytical skills necessary at a detailed level of hydrogen production with a particular emphasis required for initial parameter estimates. This knowledge can then be applied to obtain solutions to practical problems pertaining to the design of hydrogen production plant.

It will take approximately 21 hours in total to complete this course.

You will be able to do the course in sections if you wish.

The course consists of 8 learning modules and 1 assessment:

  1. Hydrogen as Energy
  2. Description of Hydrogen and Water
  3. Hydrogen Production Methods
  4. Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Water Electrolysis
  5. Health and Safety
  6. Modelling PEM Electrolysis Systems with Simscape
  7. CFD(Computational Fluid Dynamics) Simulation for a Hydrogen Leak
  8. Demonstration of Hydrogen Plant Rig

On completion of this unit, you will be able to:

  1. Understanding the design and operation of hydrogen production plants.
  2. Exploring the physical principles of "Electrolysis".
  3. Familiarization of essential integrated devices and electrical/thermal systems.
  4. Production operation under changing resources and automatic control.
  5. Adjusting optimum operating points for maximum production.
  6. Understanding latest regulations and standards for hydrogen production.
  7. Understanding the risk associated with hydrogen production and storage.
  8. Understanding the identification of risk, control, mitigation and elimination strategies and techniques for the production and storage of hydrogen.

Equipment Required

Green Hydrogen Production for Engineers course is provided using the University of Tasmania’s online learning environment, MyLO. Please check your browser is set up to use MyLO by checking this browser information.

  • Duration: Online
  • Course Options: (including GST)
    Course Fee | Online | $1,500

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