Hydrogen is the single most important and prominent fuel of our times; its combustion produces just energy and water, without contributing to global pollution. Hydrogen has a high gravimetric energetic content and the single obstacle for its use in every on board application is related to its efficient storage. Hydrogen, in contrast to fossil fuels is abundant. Different methodologies have been investigated in the last two decades for the storage of hydrogen, resulting to great achievements. This seminar is targeted at presenting all technological advances, current status and future prospects in the hydrogen storage field. Engineers, petrochemical companies and potential investors are the target group of this course.
- Hydrogen combustion process
- Clean combustion
- Stationary and on board applications
- Hydrogen storage requirements
- Hydrogen storage technologies
- Literature review
- Hydrogen adsorption in conventional and novel adsorbents
- Adsorption enthalpies, quantities, kinetics and thermodynamics
- Adsorbent structures
- Adsorbent 3D models
- Current status
- Advances and breakthroughs
- Newest utilization technologies without hydrogen storage requirements
- Computational Chemistry help
- Summary, Conclusions and analysis of near future achievements
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