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Catalyzed Light Hydride Nanomaterials Embedded in a Micro-Channels Hydrogen Storage Container

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Activated alloys synthesized by arc-melting were examined as catalysts for improving the hydrogen sorption characteristics of nanostructured magnesium hydride, proposed as a reversible hydrogen storage material. The MgH2- catalyst absorbing materials were prepared by ball milling of pure MgH2 with hydrided Zr47Ni53, Zr9Ni11, and other alloys investigated. The nanostructured MgH2-intermetallic systems were tested at 250°C and catalyst addition of eutectoid Zr47Ni53 resulted in the fastest desorption time and highest initial desorption rate. The catalyzed Mg-hydride with activated Zr9Ni11 and Zr7Ni10 phases showed fast desorption kinetics. Moreover, the results demonstrated that the composition of dispersed ZrxNiy catalysts has a strong influence on the amount of accumulated hydrogen and desorption rate of Mg-nanocomposite.

Part two covers advanced micro-channels hydrogen storage module design based on the results of semi-empirical computer simulations of heat and mass transfers in the container. The micro-channels reservoir concept offers many advantages over the conventional metal hydride hydrogen storage system. It is a micro-structured system that can pack a lot of power into a small space and dissipate effectively the heat of the sorption reactions. This review summarize recent patents related to CNTS.



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Keywords: Hydrogen storage materials; Xray diffraction; alloy catalysts; high-energy ball milling; micro-channels container; nanostructures

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-06-01

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