Hydrogen Storage Systems and Materials: Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization:

Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 8:30 AM
207 A/B (Minneapolis Convention Center)

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. However, few materials, if any, meet the U.S. Department of Energy’s Technical Targets for hydrogen storage. System and materials development efforts using modeling and simulation towards the design, evaluation, and optimization of current or new materials and systems, 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.

International Congress on Energy: Hydrogen Production and Storage
Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum (21), Alternative Energy and Fuel Cells (07F), Alternate Fuels and New Technology (16D), Nuclear Engineering Division (14)

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

Maximilian B. Gorensek
Email: maximilian.gorensek@srnl.doe.gov

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

8:30 AM

9:00 AM
(456b) Optimization of Adsorbent Tanks for Hydrogen Storage for Automotive Applications
Stephen L. Garrison, David A. Tamburello, Matthew R. Kesterson, Claudio Corgnale and Bruce Hardy

9:30 AM
(456c) Molecular Simulation of Hydrogen Adsorption In Porous Material Made up with Silsesquioxane Units and Metal Catalytic Sites
Nethika S. Suraweera, Michael E. Peretich, Joshua Abbott, Craig E. Barnes and David J. Keffer

10:30 AM
(456e) A Computational Study of Steam Hydrolysis of NaBH4
Ping Li, Karl Johnson and Michael A. Matthews
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