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2017 Annual Merit Review Proceedings

Hydrogen Storage

View presentations from the Hydrogen Storage session at the Annual Merit Review in June 2017.


Hydrogen Storage Presentations

  1. Advanced Materials
  2. System Engineering
  3. Advanced Tanks
  4. Testing and Analysis

A. Advanced Materials

  1. Hydrogen Sorbent Measurement Qualification and Characterization, Phil Parilla, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  2. Formation and Regeneration of Alane, Ragaiy Zidan, Savannah River National Laboratory
  3. Low-Cost α-Alane for Hydrogen Storage, Tibor Fabian, Ardica Technologies
  4. Improving the Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Mg(BH4)2 for Hydrogen Storage, Brandon Wood, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  5. High-Capacity Hydrogen Storage Systems via Mechanochemistry, Vitalij Pecharsky, Ames Laboratory
  6. Design and Synthesis of Materials with High Capacities for Hydrogen Physisorption, Brent Fultz, California Institute of Technology
  7. Hydrogen Adsorbents with High Volumetric Density: New Materials and System Projections, Don Siegel, University of Michigan
  8. HyMARC: A Consortium for Advancing Solid-State Hydrogen Storage Materials, Mark Allendorf, Sandia National Laboratories
  9. HyMARC: Sandia's Technical Effort, Mark Allendorf, Sandia National Laboratories
  10. HyMARC: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Technical Effortnull, Brandon Wood, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  11. HyMARC: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's Technical Effortnull, Jeffrey Urban, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  12. HySCORE: H2 Storage Characterization and Optimization Research Efforts—National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Technical Efforts Thomas Gennett, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  13. HySCORE: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's Technical Efforts Tom Autrey, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  14. Hydrogen Storage Optimization and Characterization Research Efforts Jeffrey Long, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  15. HySCORE: Technical Activities at National Institute of Standards and Technology Thomas Gennett, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  16. HyMARC Seedling: "Graphene-Wrapped" Complex Hydrides as High-Capacity, Regenerable Hydrogen Storage Materials Di Jia Liu, Argonne National Laboratory
  17. HyMARC Seedling: Electrolyte-Assisted Hydrogen Storage Reactions Channing Ahn, Liox Power
  18. HyMARC Seedling: Development of Magnesium Boride Etherates as Hydrogen Storage Materials Godwin Severa, University of Hawaii
  19. HyMARC Seedling: Fundamental Studies of Surface-Functionalized Mesoporous Carbons for Thermodynamic Stabilization and Reversibility of Metal Hydrides Eric Majzoub, University of Missouri, St. Louis
  20. HyMARC Seedling: Developing a Novel Hydrogen Sponge with Ideal Binding Energy and High Surface Area for Practical Hydrogen Storage Mike Chung, Penn State

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B. System Engineering

  1. Hydrogen Storage System Modeling: Public Access, Maintenance, and Enhancements Matt Thornton, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  2. Investigation of Solid State Hydrides for Autonomous Fuel Cell Vehicles Joseph Teprovich, Savannah River National Laboratory

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C. Advanced Tanks

  1. Innovative Development, Selection, and Testing to Reduce Cost and Weight of Materials for BOP Components Jon Zimmerman, Sandia National Laboratories
  2. Next Generation Hydrogen Storage Vessels Enabled by Carbon Fiber Infusion with a Low-Viscosity, High-Toughness Resin System Brian Edgecombe, Materia
  3. Conformable Hydrogen Storage Coil Reservoir Erik Bigelow, Center for Transportation and the Environment
  4. Integrated Insulation System for Automotive Cryogenic Storage Tanks Barry Meneghelli, Vencore

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D. 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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