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Hydrogen Power: Theoretical and Engineering Solutions

Proceedings of the Hypothesis II Symposium held in Grimstad, Norway, 18–22 August 1997

  • T. O. Saetre
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Transportation

  3. Hydrogen Production

    1. Bjørn Gaudernack
      Pages 75-89
    2. Knut Andreassen
      Pages 91-102
    3. M. J. Fairlie, P. B. Scott, W. Stewart, A. T. B. Stuart
      Pages 119-128
    4. Yu. Yu. Tanashev, Yu. I. Aristov, V. I. Fedoseev, V. V. Pushkarev, V. N. Parmon
      Pages 137-142
    5. Ketil Hox, Ragne Hildrum, Steinar Lynum
      Pages 143-148
    6. B. Børresen, A. Bjørgum, G. Hagen, R. Tunold, K. Andreassen
      Pages 149-154
    7. Ph. Vermeiren, W. Adriansens, J. P. Moreels, R. Leysen
      Pages 179-184
    8. T. Burchardt, T. Våland, T. O. Sætre
      Pages 191-196
    9. R. I. Garber, I. M. Neklyudov, B. V. Borts, A. I. Voloshchuk, L. P. Rekova
      Pages 197-205
    10. Haruhiko Ohya, Hirofumi Ohashi, Masahiko Aihara, Youichi Negishi
      Pages 219-223
  4. Hydrides

    1. S. V. Mitrokhin, V. N. Verbetsky, A. G. Fridman
      Pages 243-249
    2. N. Kuriyama, T. Sakai, H. Tanaka, H. T. Takeshita, I. Uehara, T. Iwasaki
      Pages 263-268
    3. N. Mitsuishi, S. Fukada, S. Sato, Y. Miyairi
      Pages 269-274
    4. B. Bogdanović, K. Schlichte, A. Reiser
      Pages 291-296
    5. Lars Ole Valøen, Reidar Tunold, Svein Sunde
      Pages 297-302
    6. V. A. Yartys, I. Yu. Zavaliy, A. B. Riabov, P. W. Guegan, J. C. Clarke, I. R. Harris et al.
      Pages 303-314
    7. Yu. F. Shmal’ko, A. I. Ivanovsky, M. V. Lototsky, D. V. Volosnikov
      Pages 323-326
    8. Yu. F. Shmal’ko, A. I. Ivanovsky, M. V. Lototsky, L. V. Karnatsevich, Yu. Ya. Milenko
      Pages 327-329
    9. P. Deimel, H. Fischer, E. Sattler, M. Hoffmann
      Pages 331-336
    10. A. J. Maeland, B. Hauback, M. Sørby, H. Fjellvåg
      Pages 337-342
    11. M. T. Hagström, P. D. Lund, J. P. Vanhanen
      Pages 365-370

About these proceedings

Introduction

This volume contains selected contributions to the second Hydrogen Power, Theoretical and Engineering Solutions, International Symposium (HYPOTHESIS II), held in Grimstad, Norway, from 18 to 22 August 1997. The scientific programme included 10 oral sessions and a poster session. Widely based national committees, supported by an International Scientific Advisory Board and the International Coordinators, made every effort to design and bring together a programme of great excellence. The more than one hundred papers submitted represent the efforts of research groups from all over the World. The international character of HYPOTHESIS II has been augmented by contributions coming from seven countries outside Europe. The contributions reflect the progress that has been achieved in hydrogen technology aimed primarily at hydrogen as the ultimate energy vector. This research have already yielded mature technologies for mass production in many areas. These and future results will be of increased interest and importance as global and local environmental issues move higher up the political agenda. In order to facilitate new contacts between scientists and strengthen existing ones, the symposium incorporated an extensive social program managed by the Conference Administrator, Ms. Ann Y stad.

Keywords

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Editors and affiliations

  • T. O. Saetre
    • 1
  1. 1.Faculty of EngineeringAgder CollegeGrimstadNorway

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-015-9054-9
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1998
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-90-481-5029-8
  • Online ISBN 978-94-015-9054-9
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