Novel and Optimized Techniques for Storage and Transportation of Hydrogen: Perspectives and Challenges

Saadat Ullah Khan Suri, Mohammad Siddique

Abstract


The hydrogen possesses high calorific value and it is necessary to utilize this energy due to current energy based resources depletion. It elaborates the paramount importance of hydrogen as a future renewable fuel. There are used different techniques for hydrogen storage and its transportation. In transportation techniques, there are high pressure compression and liquefaction from pipelines. On the other hand, there is developed an optimized model which fulfills the challenges by regarding hydrogen transportation with its low cost. The prominent practiced hydrogen storage techniques are; Adsorption, Casting on alloys, Absorption and Metal hydride reactor. These techniques can store hydrogen from 1.28 wt. % to 19.6 wt.%. Hence, the need to transport hydrogen through storage has become possible by attaining the challenges. It is an unprecedented and welcomed result declaration with highly precise evaluation

Keywords


Hydrogen Transport; Optimized model; Adsorption; Absorption; Metal Hydride reactor

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