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2013 Annual Merit Review Proceedings

Hydrogen Storage

View presentations and posters from the Hydrogen Storage session at the Annual Merit Review in May 2013.

Hydrogen Storage Session Introduction, Ned Stetson, U.S. Department of Energy

Storage Presentations

  1. Testing and Analysis
  2. Engineering – HSECoE
  3. Materials – Sorption
  4. Materials – Metal Hydrides
  5. Materials – Chemical
  6. Advanced Tanks

A. Testing and Analysis

  1. System Level Analysis of Hydrogen Storage Options, Rajesh Ahluwalia, Argonne National Laboratory
  2. Hydrogen Storage Cost Analysis, Brian James, Strategic Analysis, Inc.

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B. Engineering – HSECoE

  1. Hydrogen Storage Engineering Center of Excellence, Don Anton, Savannah River National Laboratory
  2. Systems Engineering of Chemical Hydrogen, Pressure Vessel, and Balance of Plant for On-Board Hydrogen Storage, Jamie Holladay, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  3. Advancement of Systems Designs and Key Engineering Technologies for Materials Based Hydrogen Storage, Bart van Hassel, UTRC
  4. Chemical Hydrogen Rate Modeling, Validation, and System Demonstration, Troy Semelsberger, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  5. System Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Media Engineering Properties for Hydrogen Energy Storage, Matthew Thornton, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  6. Thermal Management of On-Board Cryogenic Hydrogen Storage Systems, Mei Cai, General Motors
  7. Ford/BASF-SE/UM Activities in Support of the Hydrogen Storage Engineering Center of Excellence, Mike Veenstra, Ford Motor
  8. SRNL Technical Work Scope for the Hydrogen Storage Engineering Center of Excellence: Design and Testing of Adsorbent Storage Systems, David Tamburello, Savannah River National Laboratory
  9. Microscale Enhancement of Heat and Mass Transfer for Hydrogen Energy Storage, Kevin Drost, Oregon State University
  10. Development of Improved Composite Pressure Vessels for Hydrogen Storage, Norman Newhouse, Hexagon Lincoln

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C. Materials – Sorption

  1. Hydrogen Sorbent Measurement Qualification and Characterization, Phil Parilla, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  2. Biomimetic Approach to Metal-Organic Frameworks with High H2 Uptake, Joe Zhou, Texas A&M University
  3. Multiply Surface-Functionalized Nanoporous Carbon for Vehicular Hydrogen Storage, Peter Pfeifer, University of Missouri
  4. Room Temperature Hydrogen Storage in Nano-Confined Liquids, John Vajo, HRL Laboratories, LLC
  5. Hydrogen Storage in Metal-Organic Frameworks, Jeffrey Long, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  6. The Quantum Effects of Pore Structure on Hydrogen Adsorption, Raina Olsen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  7. Metallation of Metal-Organic Frameworks: En Route to Ambient Temperature Storage of Molecular H2, Joseph Mondloch, Northwestern University

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D. Materials – Metal Hydrides

  1. Design of Novel Multi-Component Metal Hydride-Based Mixtures for Hydrogen Storage, Christopher Wolverton, Northwestern University

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E. Materials – Chemical

  1. Fluid Phase H2 Storage Material Development, Benjamin Davis, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  2. Development of a Practical Hydrogen Storage System based on Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers and a Homogeneous Catalyst, Craig Jensen, Hawaii Hydrogen Carriers, LLC
  3. Novel Carbon(C)-Boron(B)-Nitrogen(N)-Containing H2 Storage Materials, Shih-Yuan Liu, University of Oregon

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F. Advanced Tanks

  1. Lifecycle Verification of Polymer Liners in Storage Tanks, Barton Smith, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  2. Melt Processable PAN Precursor for High Strength, Low-Cost Carbon Fibers, Felix Paulauskas, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  3. Development of Low-Cost, High Strength Commercial Textile Precursor (PAN-MA), Dave Warren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  4. Enhanced Materials and Design Parameters for Reducing the Cost of Hydrogen Storage Tanks, Kevin Simmons, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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Hydrogen Storage Posters

  1. Materials – Sorption
  2. Materials – Chemical
  3. Materials – Metal Hydrides
  4. Testing and Analysis
  5. Advanced Tanks

A. Materials – Sorption

  1. Weak Chemisorption Validation, Thomas Gennett, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  2. Hydrogen Trapping through Designer Hydrogen Spillover Molecules with Reversible Temperature and Pressure-Induced Switching, Angela Lueking, Penn State University

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B. Materials – Chemical

  1. Aluminum Hydride: the Organometallic Approach, Jim Wegrzyn, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  2. Electrochemical Reversible Formation of Alane, Ragaiy Zidan, Savannah River National Laboratory

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C. Materials – Metal Hydrides

  1. Hydrogen Storage Materials for Fuel Cell Powered Vehicles, Andrew Goudy, Delaware State University
  2. Neutron Characterization in Support of the DOE Hydrogen Storage Sub-Program, Terry Udovic, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  3. Low Cost, Metal Hydride Based Hydrogen Storage System for Forklift Applications (Phase II), Daniel Brayton, Hawaii Hydrogen Carriers

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D. Testing and Analysis

  1. Best Practices for Characterizing Engineering Properties of Hydrogen Storage Materials, Karl Gross, H2 Technology Consulting LLC

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E. Advanced Tanks

  1. Ultra Lightweight High Pressure Hydrogen Fuel Tanks Reinforced with Carbon Nanotubes, Dongsheng Mao, Applied Nanotech, Inc.
  2. Low-Cost Integrated Nanoreinforcement for Composite Tanks – "LINCT" (SBIR Phase I), Terrisa Duenas, NextGen Aeronautics
  3. Optimizing the Cost and Performance of Composite Cylinders for H2 Storage using a Graded Construction, Andrea Haight, Composite Technologies Development

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To locate posters and presentations from other meeting sessions, go to the main page of the 2013 Annual Merit Review Proceedings.