Hydrogen storage in carbon nanomaterials

David Eyler, Michel Junker, Emanuelle Breysse Carrabeuf, Laurent Allidières, David Guichardot, Fabien Roy, Isabelle Verdier, Edward Mc Rae, Moulay Rachid Babaa, Gilles Flamant, David Luxembourg, Daniel Laplaze, Patrick Achard, Sandrine Berthon-Fabry, David Langohr, Laurent Fulcheri

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Abstract

This paper presents the results of a French project related to hydrogen storage in carbon nanomaterials. This 3 years project, co-funded by the ADEME (French Agency for the Environment and the Energy Management), aimed to assess the hydrogen storage capacity of carbon nanomaterials. Four different carbon materials were synthesized and characterized in the frame of present project: - Carbon Nanotubes; - Carbon Nanofibres; - Carbon Aerogel; - Carbon Black. All materials tested in the frame of this project present a hydrogen uptake of less than 1 wt% (-20°C to 20°C). A state of the art of hydrogen storage systems has been done in order to determine the research trends and the maturity of the different technologies. The choice and design of hydrogen storage systems regarding fuel cell specifications has also been studied.

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publication16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006
Pages1019-1023
Number of pages5
Volume2
StatePublished - 2006
Externally publishedYes
Event16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006 - Lyon, France
Duration: Jun 13 2006Jun 16 2006

Other

Other16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006
CountryFrance
CityLyon
Period6/13/066/16/06

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Hydrogen storage
Nanostructured materials
Carbon
Carbon nanofibers
Aerogels
Energy management
Carbon black
Fuel cells
Carbon nanotubes
Specifications
Hydrogen

Keywords

  • Carbon aerogel
  • Carbon black
  • Carbon nanofibres
  • Carbon nanotubes
  • Hydrogen storage

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Fuel Technology

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Eyler, D., Junker, M., Breysse Carrabeuf, E., Allidières, L., Guichardot, D., Roy, F., ... Fulcheri, L. (2006). Hydrogen storage in carbon nanomaterials. In 16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006 (Vol. 2, pp. 1019-1023)

Hydrogen storage in carbon nanomaterials. / Eyler, David; Junker, Michel; Breysse Carrabeuf, Emanuelle; Allidières, Laurent; Guichardot, David; Roy, Fabien; Verdier, Isabelle; Mc Rae, Edward; Babaa, Moulay Rachid; Flamant, Gilles; Luxembourg, David; Laplaze, Daniel; Achard, Patrick; Berthon-Fabry, Sandrine; Langohr, David; Fulcheri, Laurent.

16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006. Vol. 2 2006. p. 1019-1023.

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Eyler, D, Junker, M, Breysse Carrabeuf, E, Allidières, L, Guichardot, D, Roy, F, Verdier, I, Mc Rae, E, Babaa, MR, Flamant, G, Luxembourg, D, Laplaze, D, Achard, P, Berthon-Fabry, S, Langohr, D & Fulcheri, L 2006, Hydrogen storage in carbon nanomaterials. in 16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006. vol. 2, pp. 1019-1023, 16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006, Lyon, France, 6/13/06.
Eyler D, Junker M, Breysse Carrabeuf E, Allidières L, Guichardot D, Roy F et al. Hydrogen storage in carbon nanomaterials. In 16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006. Vol. 2. 2006. p. 1019-1023.
Eyler, David ; Junker, Michel ; Breysse Carrabeuf, Emanuelle ; Allidières, Laurent ; Guichardot, David ; Roy, Fabien ; Verdier, Isabelle ; Mc Rae, Edward ; Babaa, Moulay Rachid ; Flamant, Gilles ; Luxembourg, David ; Laplaze, Daniel ; Achard, Patrick ; Berthon-Fabry, Sandrine ; Langohr, David ; Fulcheri, Laurent. / Hydrogen storage in carbon nanomaterials. 16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2006, WHEC 2006. Vol. 2 2006. pp. 1019-1023
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