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Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Stefan Anders

Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)

Stefan Anders BAMICHS – San Sebastian – 2007 September 11-13slide no1


Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Whereis the starting point?

Stefan Anders BAMICHS – San Sebastian – 2007 September 11-13slide no2


Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Whereis the starting point?

Whichproblems have to be solved?

Stefan Anders BAMICHS – San Sebastian – 2007 September 11-13slide no3


Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Whereis the starting point?

Whichproblems have to be solved?

Whathas been achieved so far?

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Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Whereis the starting point?

Whichproblems have to be solved?

Whathas been achieved so far?

Wheredo we still have to go?

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source: DC

Where is the starting point?

BAM working group ‘Storage Systems’ conducts within StorHy’s subproject

‘Safety Assessment and Regulations’

safety assessment on storage systems for automotive applications.

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Where is the starting point?

Hybridstructures (composite and metal or plastic liner) are used for compressed storage.

Composite layer is applied on the liner by a winding process.

Requirements:

- up to 70 MPa operating pressure

- temperature range -40°C to +85°C

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Where is the starting point?

Test facility at BAM for extreme temperature hydraulic cycling tests

max. pressure: 120 MPa (dynamic) temperature: -60°C to +90°C

350 MPa (static)

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Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Whereis the starting point?

Whichproblems have to be solved?

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Which problems have to be solved?

Problem:

Identical cylinders from the same batch show differentsafety relevant structural behavior:

- strain level on the same pressure

- number of load cycles to failure

- burst pressure

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Which problems have to be solved?

safe

Structural behavior is strongly depend on the boundary condition temperature

light weight structure

economic production

fast production

Accurate stress analyses for lifetime prediction

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Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Whereis the starting point?

Whichproblems have to be solved?

Whathas been achieved so far?

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What has been achieved so far?

Tests on resin systems showed clearly the strong temperature depending material behavior.

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What has been achieved so far?

*

* Stefan Anders, Residual Stresses in Composite-Metal Structures for High H2 Gas Cylinders, CANCOM 07, Winnipeg, Canada

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temperature distribution

probability density function

class frequency

overall class frequency

What has been achieved so far?

How often does each temperature class loads the cylinder?

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mean value

abs. min

mean value

standard deviation

What has been achieved so far?

  • Probability density function

  • (for each calendar months)

  • Assumption:

  • - temperature distribution follows a Gaussian (normal) distribution

  • Input:

  • mean value of min/max temperature

  • abs. min/max temperature

    • = standard deviation

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What has been achieved so far?

  • Class frequency

  • (for each calendar months)

  • setting temperature classes Tk at an increment of T = 5°C

  • solving the definite integral for each temperature class

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What has been achieved so far?

  • Overall class frequency

  • for all temperature classes Tk of the 12 calendar month the arithmetic mean value is determined

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Jokkmokk – max. stress amplitude – frequency 0.27%

Jokkmokk – max. frequency 19.6%

max. filling temperature

What has been achieved so far?

Thermal stresses in the liner layer (0°-90°-Al hybrid)

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Thermal Loading Cases of Hydrogen High Pressure Storage Cylinders

Whereis the starting point?

Whichproblems have to be solved?

Whathas been achieved so far?

Wheredo we still have to go?

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Where do we still have to go?

So far it could be shown:

cold and warm temperatures do load or unload the composite and the liner (fatigue)

temperature effect is mainly effective in the resindominated directions

lay-up influences the degree of temperature effect (avoid shear stresses)

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Where do we still have to go?

Issues which still have to be considered, among others:

influence of dynamic loading (pressure and temperature load cycles) which leads to fatigue (degradation models)

long term behavior with visco-elastic effects

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Thank you for your attention

BAM - III.2

Unter den Eichen 44-46

D-12205 Berlin

Germany

Stefan Anders

Tel.: +49 (0) 30/8104-3981

Fax: +49 (0) 30/8104-1327

E-Mail: [email protected]

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