Hydrogen Storage System Engineering and Applications: Poster Session

Tuesday, November 9, 2010: 6:00 PM
Hall 1 (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Description:
For the Hydrogen Economy to come to fruition, efficient and utilitarian means of storing hydrogen need to be developed. 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. Applications ranging from large stationary systems, to mid-size transportable systems, to small portable systems as well as delivery and dispensing are of interest. These cross disciplinary engineering efforts include system modeling, heat and mass transfer modeling, materials engineering, and cost and risk analyses. Modeling, design, evaluation, and demonstration efforts will be the subject of this poster session to bring together engineers from the chemical, mechanical and materials fields working on the design, optimization, integration and demonstration of hydrogen storage systems.


Sponsor:
Topical 8: Hydrogen Production and Storage
Co-Sponsor(s):
Nuclear Engineering Division (14)


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

Co-Chair:
Donald L. Anton
Email: Donald.Anton@srnl.doe.gov

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


File available
(368a) Hydrogen Storage and Effects of Cycling On Li-Based Hydrides
Wen-Ming Chien, Joshua Lamb and Dhanesh Chandra


(368b) Hydrogen Absorption-Desorption Cycle Durability and CO Tolerance of Hydrogen Absorbing Alloys Developed in WE-NET Project
Hideaki Tanaka, Kenji Aihara, Tomoyuki Miyata, Naoki Taoka, Kozo Mori, Teruo Kaneko and Nobuhiro Kuriyama


(368c) Hydrogen Storage System Using LiBH4
Hiroyuki T. Takeshita, Toyokazu Eguchi, Masanori Hayakawa and Makoto Ikeda

File available
(368d) Hydrogen Purification and Storage System Using Metal Hydride
Shinichi Miura, Akitoshi Fujisawa and Masayoshi Ishida

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