Hydrogen Storage System Engineering and Applications: Applied Materials Development III

Tuesday, November 9, 2010: 3:15 PM
Alta Room (Marriott Downtown)

Recent advances in physical storage, chemical hydrides, metal hydrides, adsorbent materials and hybridized combinations of these technologies have led to the identification of a number of hydrogen storage system concepts and prototypes. Applied materials development efforts concerning media structuring, evaluation, and/or optimization efforts for applications ranging from large stationary systems, to mid-size transportable systems, to small portable systems as well as delivery and dispensing are of interest with the goal of bringing together engineers from the chemical, mechanical and materials fields.

Topical 8: Hydrogen Production and Storage
Nuclear Engineering Division (14)

Kevin C. Ott
Email: kcott@lanl.gov

Stephen L. Garrison
Email: Stephen.Garrison@SRNL.doe.gov

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM
(336a) Achieving Optimal Hydrogen Storage In MOF-5
Andrea Sudik, Jun Yang, Justin Purewal, Donald J. Siegel, Emi Leung and Ulrich Mueller

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3:55 PM
(336b) Improving Comparability of Hydrogen Storage Capacities of Nanoporous Materials
Valeska P. Ting, Nuno Bimbo, Anna Neczaj-Hruzewicz, Laura Fisher, Sean P. Rigby, Andrew D. Burrows and Timothy J. Mays

4:22 PM
(336c) Thermal Stability of Nanopores in Palladium Alloys and Their Hydrides
David B. Robinson, Markus D. Ong, Benjamin W. Jacobs, Mary E. Langham, Michael S. Kent and Ilke Arslan

File available
5:16 PM
(336e) Carbon Nanostructures as Catalyst for Improving the Hydrogen Storage Behaviour of Complex Aluminium Hydride
M. Sterlin Leo Hudson, Himanshu Raghubanshi, D Pukazhselvan and O. N. Srivastava
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