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A preliminary comparison shows adsorbed hydrogen to be superior to battery storage technologies for both energy density and specific energy stored, although further calculations are required to expand the system boundaries used. Adsorbed hydrogen in a range of materials resulted in much lower energy density and specific energy than standard jet fuels such as kerosene, proving that advancement in the materials is required, especially intrinsic hydrogen storage capacity, before adsorption becomes a competitive energy storage technology for aviation.
- Hydrogen adsorption
- Porous solids
- Design curves
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Bowen, C. & Kim, A.
30/06/14 → 28/02/19
Project: Research council
- Department of Chemical Engineering - Professor
- Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment - Director
- Centre for Sustainable and Circular Technologies (CSCT) - Co-Director
- Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC)
- Institute for Policy Research (IPR)
- Centre for Advanced Separations Engineering (CASE)
Person: Research & Teaching