- Language: English
- 474 Pages
- Published: March 2009
- Region: Global
Materials Innovations in an Emerging Hydrogen Economy. Ceramic Transactions. Volume 202. Ceramic Transactions Series
- Published: April 2009
- Region: Global
- 256 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This volume contains papers presented at the Materials Innovations in an Emerging Hydrogen Economy Conference in Februrary 2008 in Cocoa Beach, Florida. It provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in the research and applications of materials innovations. The text features logically organized and carefully selected articles, organized into: International Overviews; Hydrogen Storage; Hydrogen Production; Hydrogen Delivery; and Leakage Detection/Safety. This comprises an essential resource for industrial and academic chemists and engineers.
Research Priorities and Progress in Hydrogen Energy Research in the EU (Constantina Filiou, Pietro Moretto, and Joaquin Martin-Bermejo).
Global Perspectives Towards the Establishment of the Hydrogen Economy (Jose lgnacio Galindo).
Materials Issues for Hydrogen R&D in Canada (E.E. Andrukaitis and Rod McMillan).
Overview of U.S. Materials Development Activities for Hydrogen Technologies (Ned Stetson and John Petrovic).
The Hydrogen Storage Behaviour of Pt and Pd Loaded Transition Metal Oxides (A. Molendowska, P.J. Hall, and S. Donet).
Progress of Hydrogen Storage and Container Materials (Y.Y. Li and Y.T. Zhan).
Synthesis of Activated Carbon Fibers for High-Pressure Hydrogen Storage (M. Kunowsky, F. Suarez-Garcia, D. Cazorla-Amoros and A. Linares-Solano).
High Density Carbon Materials for Hydrogen Storage (A. Linares-Solano, M. Jorda-Beneyto, D. Lozano-Castello, F. Suarez-Garcia, and D. Cazorla-Amoros).
A New Way for Storing Reactive Complex Hydrides on Board of Automobiles (Rana Mohtadi, Kyoichi Tange, Tomoya Matsunaga, George Wicks, Kit Heung, and Ray Schumacher).
Synergistic Effect of LiBH4 + MgH2, as a Potential Reversible High Capacity Hydrogen Storage Material (T. E. C. Price, D. M. Grant, and G. S. Walker).
Thermodynamic Analysis of a Novel Hydrogen Storage Material: Nanoporous Silicon (Peter J. Schubert and Alan D. Wilks).
Nanocrystalline Effects on the Reversible Hydrogen Storage Characteristics of Complex Hydrides (Michael U. Niemann, Sesha S. Srinivasan, Kimberly McGrath, Ashok Kumar, D. Yogi Goswami, and Elias K. Stefanakos).
Recent Results on Splitting Water with Aluminum Alloys (J. M. Woodall, Jeffrey T. Ziebarth, Charles R. Allen, Debra M. Sherman, J. Jeon, and G. Choi).
Materials Challenges in SYNGAS Production from Hydrocarbons (C. M. Chun, F. Hershkowitz, and T. A. Ramanarayanan).
Encapsulation of Palladium in Porous Wall Hollow Glass Microsp heres (L. K. Heung, G. G. Wicks and R. F. Schumacher).
Alternative Materials to Pd Membranes for Hydrogen Purification (Thad M. Adams and Paul S. Korinko).
X-Ray Photoelectron Investigation of Phosphotungstic Acid as a Proton-Conducting Medium in Solid Polymer Electrolytes (Clovis A. Linkous, Stephen L. Rhoden, and Kirk Scammon).
Evaluation of the Susceptibility of Simulated Welds in HSLA-100 and HY-100 Steels to Hydrogen Induced Cracking (R. E. Ricker, M. R. Stoudt, and D. J. Pitchure).
Friction and Wear Properties of Materials Used in Hydrogen Service (R.A. Erck, G.R. Fenske, and O.L. Eryilmaz).
Effect of Remote Hydrogen Boundary Conditions on the Near Crack-Tip Hydrogen Concentration Profiles in a Cracked Pipeline: Fracture Toughness Assessment (M. Dadfarnia, P. Sofronis, B. P. Sornerday, and I. M. Robertson).
Non-Destructive Hydrogen Content Sensors (Angelique N. Lasseigne, David McColskey, Thomas A. Siewert, Kamalu Koenig, David L. Olson, and Brajendra Mishra).
Temperature Programed Desorption Using an Off-the-shelf Hybrid Microwave Oven (R. Tom Walters, Paul Burket, and George G. Wicks).
Tritium Aging Effects on the Fracture Toughness Properties of Forged Stainless Steel (Michael J. Morgan).
Explosive Nature of Hydrogen in Partial-Pressure Vacuum (Trevor Jones).