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Second Thermal and Fluids Engineering  Conference

ISSN: 2379-1748
ISBN: 978-1-56700-430-4

Heat transfer problems for solid state hydrogen storage technology


Hydrogen storage is one of the key obstacles to the commercialization as well as market acceptance of hydrogen fueled vehicle. Besides the efficiency of power system, it is an extremely challenging technology to store sufficient hydrogen on the vehicle without compromising consumer requirement such as safety, space, driving range, and fuel cost. There are three main hydrogen storage methods including compression, liquefaction and hydrogen storage materials. Among the technologies currently under development, the hydrogen storage as a highly pressurized gas is the most prominent candidate for the hydrogen powered vehicle now. The advanced automobile industries have already demonstrated the highly pressurized hydrogen system on fuel cell vehicles for past several years. The hydrogen storage materials in solid state have some advantages such as high volumetric storage capacity, little energy loss, longer storage time and highest safety. Various carbonaceous and non-carbonaceous hydrogen storage materials have been studied over the past few decades. In this presentation, we would like to introduce our new developing hydrogen storage system including an heat exchanger for FCV based on a NaAlH4

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