Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression: Achievements, outlook and perspectives

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Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression : Achievements, outlook and perspectives. / Bellosta von Colbe, Jose; Ares, Jose Ramón; Barale, Jussara; Baricco, Marcello; Buckley, Craig; Capurso, Giovanni; Gallandat, Noris; Grant, David M.; Guzik, Matylda N.; Jacob, Isaac; Jensen, Emil H.; Jensen, Torben; Jepsen, Julian; Klassen, Thomas; Lototskyy, Mykhaylol V.; Manickam, Kandavel; Montone, Amelia; Puszkiel, Julian; Sartori, Sabrina; Sheppard, Drew A.; Stuart, Alastair; Walker, Gavin; Webb, Colin J.; Yang, Heena; Yartys, Volodymyr; Züttel, Andreas; Dornheim, Martin.

I: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Bind 44, Nr. 15, 2019, s. 7780-7808.

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Bellosta von Colbe, J, Ares, JR, Barale, J, Baricco, M, Buckley, C, Capurso, G, Gallandat, N, Grant, DM, Guzik, MN, Jacob, I, Jensen, EH, Jensen, T, Jepsen, J, Klassen, T, Lototskyy, MV, Manickam, K, Montone, A, Puszkiel, J, Sartori, S, Sheppard, DA, Stuart, A, Walker, G, Webb, CJ, Yang, H, Yartys, V, Züttel, A & Dornheim, M 2019, 'Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression: Achievements, outlook and perspectives', International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, bind 44, nr. 15, s. 7780-7808. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.01.104

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Bellosta von Colbe, J., Ares, J. R., Barale, J., Baricco, M., Buckley, C., Capurso, G., ... Dornheim, M. (2019). Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression: Achievements, outlook and perspectives. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 44(15), 7780-7808. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.01.104

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Bellosta von Colbe J, Ares JR, Barale J, Baricco M, Buckley C, Capurso G, Gallandat N, Grant DM, Guzik MN, Jacob I, Jensen EH, Jensen T, Jepsen J, Klassen T, Lototskyy MV, Manickam K, Montone A, Puszkiel J, Sartori S, Sheppard DA, Stuart A, Walker G, Webb CJ, Yang H, Yartys V, Züttel A, Dornheim M. 2019. Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression: Achievements, outlook and perspectives. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44(15):7780-7808. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.01.104

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Bellosta von Colbe, Jose o.a.. "Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression: Achievements, outlook and perspectives". International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2019, 44(15). 7780-7808. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.01.104

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Bellosta von Colbe J, Ares JR, Barale J, Baricco M, Buckley C, Capurso G o.a. Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression: Achievements, outlook and perspectives. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2019;44(15):7780-7808. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.01.104

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Bellosta von Colbe, Jose ; Ares, Jose Ramón ; Barale, Jussara ; Baricco, Marcello ; Buckley, Craig ; Capurso, Giovanni ; Gallandat, Noris ; Grant, David M. ; Guzik, Matylda N. ; Jacob, Isaac ; Jensen, Emil H. ; Jensen, Torben ; Jepsen, Julian ; Klassen, Thomas ; Lototskyy, Mykhaylol V. ; Manickam, Kandavel ; Montone, Amelia ; Puszkiel, Julian ; Sartori, Sabrina ; Sheppard, Drew A. ; Stuart, Alastair ; Walker, Gavin ; Webb, Colin J. ; Yang, Heena ; Yartys, Volodymyr ; Züttel, Andreas ; Dornheim, Martin. / Application of hydrides in hydrogen storage and compression : Achievements, outlook and perspectives. I: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2019 ; Bind 44, Nr. 15. s. 7780-7808.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Metal hydrides are known as a potential efficient, low-risk option for high-density hydrogen storage since the late 1970s. In this paper, the present status and the future perspectives of the use of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage are discussed. Since the early 1990s, interstitial metal hydrides are known as base materials for Ni – metal hydride rechargeable batteries. For hydrogen storage, metal hydride systems have been developed in the 2010s [1] for use in emergency or backup power units, i. e. for stationary applications. With the development and completion of the first submarines of the U212 A series by HDW (now Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems) in 2003 and its export class U214 in 2004, the use of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage in mobile applications has been established, with new application fields coming into focus. In the last decades, a huge number of new intermetallic and partially covalent hydrogen absorbing compounds has been identified and partly more, partly less extensively characterized. In addition, based on the thermodynamic properties of metal hydrides, this class of materials gives the opportunity to develop a new hydrogen compression technology. They allow the direct conversion from thermal energy into the compression of hydrogen gas without the need of any moving parts. Such compressors have been developed and are nowadays commercially available for pressures up to 200 bar. Metal hydride based compressors for higher pressures are under development. Moreover, storage systems consisting of the combination of metal hydrides and high-pressure vessels have been proposed as a realistic solution for on-board hydrogen storage on fuel cell vehicles. In the frame of the “Hydrogen Storage Systems for Mobile and Stationary Applications” Group in the International Energy Agency (IEA) Hydrogen Task 32 “Hydrogen-based energy storage” different compounds have been and will be scaled-up in the near future and tested in the range of 500 g to several hundred kg for use in hydrogen storage applications.",
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T2 - Achievements, outlook and perspectives

AU - Bellosta von Colbe, Jose

AU - Ares, Jose Ramón

AU - Barale, Jussara

AU - Baricco, Marcello

AU - Buckley, Craig

AU - Capurso, Giovanni

AU - Gallandat, Noris

AU - Grant, David M.

AU - Guzik, Matylda N.

AU - Jacob, Isaac

AU - Jensen, Emil H.

AU - Jensen, Torben

AU - Jepsen, Julian

AU - Klassen, Thomas

AU - Lototskyy, Mykhaylol V.

AU - Manickam, Kandavel

AU - Montone, Amelia

AU - Puszkiel, Julian

AU - Sartori, Sabrina

AU - Sheppard, Drew A.

AU - Stuart, Alastair

AU - Walker, Gavin

AU - Webb, Colin J.

AU - Yang, Heena

AU - Yartys, Volodymyr

AU - Züttel, Andreas

AU - Dornheim, Martin

PY - 2019

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N2 - Metal hydrides are known as a potential efficient, low-risk option for high-density hydrogen storage since the late 1970s. In this paper, the present status and the future perspectives of the use of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage are discussed. Since the early 1990s, interstitial metal hydrides are known as base materials for Ni – metal hydride rechargeable batteries. For hydrogen storage, metal hydride systems have been developed in the 2010s [1] for use in emergency or backup power units, i. e. for stationary applications. With the development and completion of the first submarines of the U212 A series by HDW (now Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems) in 2003 and its export class U214 in 2004, the use of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage in mobile applications has been established, with new application fields coming into focus. In the last decades, a huge number of new intermetallic and partially covalent hydrogen absorbing compounds has been identified and partly more, partly less extensively characterized. In addition, based on the thermodynamic properties of metal hydrides, this class of materials gives the opportunity to develop a new hydrogen compression technology. They allow the direct conversion from thermal energy into the compression of hydrogen gas without the need of any moving parts. Such compressors have been developed and are nowadays commercially available for pressures up to 200 bar. Metal hydride based compressors for higher pressures are under development. Moreover, storage systems consisting of the combination of metal hydrides and high-pressure vessels have been proposed as a realistic solution for on-board hydrogen storage on fuel cell vehicles. In the frame of the “Hydrogen Storage Systems for Mobile and Stationary Applications” Group in the International Energy Agency (IEA) Hydrogen Task 32 “Hydrogen-based energy storage” different compounds have been and will be scaled-up in the near future and tested in the range of 500 g to several hundred kg for use in hydrogen storage applications.

AB - Metal hydrides are known as a potential efficient, low-risk option for high-density hydrogen storage since the late 1970s. In this paper, the present status and the future perspectives of the use of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage are discussed. Since the early 1990s, interstitial metal hydrides are known as base materials for Ni – metal hydride rechargeable batteries. For hydrogen storage, metal hydride systems have been developed in the 2010s [1] for use in emergency or backup power units, i. e. for stationary applications. With the development and completion of the first submarines of the U212 A series by HDW (now Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems) in 2003 and its export class U214 in 2004, the use of metal hydrides for hydrogen storage in mobile applications has been established, with new application fields coming into focus. In the last decades, a huge number of new intermetallic and partially covalent hydrogen absorbing compounds has been identified and partly more, partly less extensively characterized. In addition, based on the thermodynamic properties of metal hydrides, this class of materials gives the opportunity to develop a new hydrogen compression technology. They allow the direct conversion from thermal energy into the compression of hydrogen gas without the need of any moving parts. Such compressors have been developed and are nowadays commercially available for pressures up to 200 bar. Metal hydride based compressors for higher pressures are under development. Moreover, storage systems consisting of the combination of metal hydrides and high-pressure vessels have been proposed as a realistic solution for on-board hydrogen storage on fuel cell vehicles. In the frame of the “Hydrogen Storage Systems for Mobile and Stationary Applications” Group in the International Energy Agency (IEA) Hydrogen Task 32 “Hydrogen-based energy storage” different compounds have been and will be scaled-up in the near future and tested in the range of 500 g to several hundred kg for use in hydrogen storage applications.

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JF - International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

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