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Hydrogen. Introduction to Hydrogen. The simplest element The most plentiful gas in the universe. Never occurs by itself in nature—always combines with other elements such as oxygen and carbon. Introduction to Hydrogen.

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Hydrogen

Hydrogen


Introduction to hydrogen

Introduction to Hydrogen

  • The simplest element

  • The most plentiful gas in the universe.

  • Never occurs by itself in nature—always combines with other elements such as oxygen and carbon.


Introduction to hydrogen1

Introduction to Hydrogen

  • Technologies exist that can use hydrogen to power cars, trucks, electrical plants, and buildings.

  • There is no infrastructure for producing, transporting, and storing large quantities of hydrogen.


Hydrogen

Products Powered by Hydrogen

Underground Transportation

Personal Mobility Vehicle

Public Bus Line


Energy content of hydrogen

Energy Content of Hydrogen

Hydrogen has the highest energy content per unit of weight of any known fuel 52,000 BTUs per pound.


Hydrogen production

Hydrogen Production

The U.S. currently produces 9 million tons of hydrogen per year, enough to power 20-30 million cars or 5-8 million homes.


Hydrogen use

Hydrogen Use

  • NASA is the primary user of hydrogen as an energy carrier.


Forms of storage

Forms of Storage

  • Compressed gas

  • Compressed liquid

  • In a chemical compound

Hydrogen Storage Tank


Hydrogen use1

Hydrogen Use

  • Primarily as a chemical to produce industrial commodities.Examples:

    • reformulated gasoline

    • ammonia for fertilizer production

    • food products

    • various petrochemicals.


Refernces

Refernces

  • U.S. Department of EnergyEnergy Efficiency and Renewable Energyhttp://www.eere.energy.gov/hydrogenandfuelcells/hydrogen/basics.html

  • FSEA Nasa Researchhttp://www.fsec.ucf.edu/hydrogen/nasa.htm

  • Emerging Commercial Aviation Technologieshttp://www.ae.su.oz.au/AERO2600/docs/Emerging_Technologies/assignment_2002/0015401/hydrogen2.htm


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