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Cryogenic hydrogen storage in highly porous materials: a modelling approach (extended abstract).

Number: pap. n. 025

Author(s) : SCHLEMMINGER C., NAESS E., BÜNGER U.

Summary

Sustainable hydrogen as energy carrier can be a promising way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and meet user requirements such as low cost, long range travel, quick and easy filling capacities in the automotive sector. Therefore, the automotive industry has invested substantial efforts to develop and make available such technologies. There are several possible storage options for hydrogen, e.g. as compressed gas, as liquid, ab- and adsorption, and cryo-compressed. At NTNU-Trondheim an investigation of heat and mass transfer in cryogenic adsorption hydrogen storage with highly porous materials is ongoing.

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  • Original title: Cryogenic hydrogen storage in highly porous materials: a modelling approach (extended abstract).
  • Record ID : 30007011
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Cryogenics 2012. Proceedings of the 12th IIR International Conference: Dresden, Germany, September 11-14, 2012.
  • Publication date: 2012/09/11

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