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2009 Annual Merit Review Proceedings

Principal investigators presented the status and results of their hydrogen, fuel cell, and vehicle technologies projects at the 2009 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Hydrogen Program and Vehicle Technologies Program Annual Merit Review and Peer Evaluation Meeting on May 18–22, 2009, in Arlington, Virginia. Links to their presentations and posters are provided below.

Graphic of the Lincoln Memorial lit up at dusk with the text: Annual Merit Review and Peer Evaluation Meeting which was held in Arlington, Virginia, on May 18–22, 2009

From here, access presentations and posters from the AMR:

Hydrogen Program

Production and Delivery

Presentations

  1. Distributed Bio-Derived Liquids Production
  2. High-Temperature Thermochemical
  3. Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative
  4. Biological
  5. Electrolysis
  6. Photoelectrochemical
  7. Biomass Gasification
  8. Hydrogen Delivery
  9. Hydrogen from Coal

Posters

  1. Distributed Bio-Derived Liquids Production
  2. Biological
  3. Electrolysis
  4. Photoelectrochemical
  5. Biomass Gasification
  6. Hydrogen Delivery
  7. Separations
  8. Crosscutting

Storage

Presentations

  1. Metal Hydride Center of Excellence
  2. Storage Testing, Safety, and Analysis
  3. Hydrogen Storage Engineering Center of Excellence
  4. Chemical Hydrogen Center of Excellence
  5. Sorption Center of Excellence
  6. New Materials – Independent Projects
  7. Tanks

Posters

  1. Metal Hydride Center of Excellence
  2. Metal Hydride – Independent Projects
  3. Storage Testing, Safety, and Analysis
  4. Hydrogen Storage Engineering Center of Excellence
  5. Chemical Hydrogen Center of Excellence
  6. Sorption Center of Excellence
  7. Sorbents – Independent Projects
  8. New Materials – Independent Projects
  9. Tanks
  10. Crosscutting
  11. Test/Analysis

Fuel Cells

Presentations

  1. Analysis/Characterization
  2. Water Transport
  3. Impurities
  4. Membranes
  5. Catalysts/Supports
  6. Recycling
  7. Bipolar Plates/Seals
  8. Water Management
  9. Distributed Energy
  10. Auxiliary/Off-Road/Portable

Posters

  1. Analysis/Characterization
  2. Distributed Energy
  3. Membranes
  4. Auxilary/Off-Road/Portable
  5. Cross-Cutting

Manufacturing

Presentations

Posters

Systems Analysis

Presentations

Posters

Vehicle Technologies Program

Presentations and posters from the Vehicle Technologies Program are available on the Vehicle Technologies Program Web site. These presentations and posters are categorized by the subprograms listed below.

Education

Projects to educate a variety of target audiences about hydrogen, fuel cells, and advanced vehicle technologies.

Safety, Codes and Standards

Projects to help ensure and promote safety in the operation, handling, and use of hydrogen and hydrogen systems, and R&D to enable codes and standards to be developed for the safe use of hydrogen in all applications.

Technology Validation

Projects that validate complete systems of integrated hydrogen and fuel cell technologies for transportation, infrastructure and electricity generation applications under real-world operating conditions.

Advanced Combustion

Projects that research new and advanced combustion strategies and operating modes along with emissions reduction technologies.

Advanced Power Electronics

Projects that research and develop electronic motors and machines to work in conjunction with hybrid vehicles technologies.

Energy Storage

Projects that research and develop new and innovative energy storage devices and batteries.

Fuel Technologies

Projects that test and research new fuels and their interaction with vehicle technologies.

High-Temperature Materials Laboratory

Projects that measure the unique capabilities, microstructure, microchemistry, and physical and mechanical properties of materials over a wide range of temperatures.

Light-Weight Materials

Projects that research and develop light-weight materials for automotive applications.

Propulsion Materials

Projects that research and develop innovative materials for specialized applications throughout the powertrain to help improve system efficiency and reduce emissions.

Technology Integration

Projects to educate the engineers of tomorrow.

Vehicles and Systems Simulation

Projects to research vehicle systems for use in advanced vehicle architectures.