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, Volume 7, Issue 5, pp 52–55 | Cite as

Composite Foam Technologies for Hydrogen Storage

  • David Hill
Research and Development
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Abstract

Inergy Automotive Systems examines the internal microscopic structure of polymer and composite materials using various methods, in order to examine the similarity in their behaviour to those structures of a crystalline metallic type.

Keywords

Foam HDPE Storage Tank Fuel Tank Polymeric Foam 
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References

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    Setlock Jr., Robert J., 2004, “Hydrostatic Pressure Retainment” Department of Mechanical Engineering, MS Thesis, Ohio UniversityGoogle Scholar
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    Banyay, G. A., 2006, “Examination of Polymeric Foam as an On-Board Vehicular HPR Storage Media” Department of Mechanical Engineering, MS Thesis, Ohio UniversityGoogle Scholar
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    Banyay, G. A., and Mehta, B. V., 2005, „On-Board Vehicular Hydrogen Storage via Hydrostatic Pressure Retainment“ Polymers in Automotive Fuel Containment Second International Conference, Anonymous Rapra Technology Ltd, Shropshire, UK, 1-5Google Scholar
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© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH 2007

Authors and Affiliations

  • David Hill
    • 1
  1. 1.Inergy Automotive Systems, Bhavin MehtaRuss College of Engineering-Ohio UniversityUSA

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