Hydrides for Energy Storage - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080227153, 9781483188447

Hydrides for Energy Storage

1st Edition

Proceedings of an International Symposium Held in Geilo, Norway, 14 - 19 August 1977

Editors: A. F. Andresen A. J. Maeland
eBook ISBN: 9781483188447
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1978
Page Count: 616
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Description

Hydrides for Energy Storage documents the proceedings of an International Symposium held in Geilo, Norway on August 14-19, 1977. This book discusses the thermodynamics of metal, alloy and intermetallic/hydrogen systems; localization and diffusion of hydrogen in lanthanum-nickel compounds; kinetics of hydrogen absorption and desorption; and nuclear magnetic resonance studies of metal hydrides. The calculated heats of formation of metal and metal alloy hydrides; hydrogen absorption into rare earth intermetallic compounds; plateau pressure of RE Ni5 and RE Co5 hydrides; and hydride formation of C14-type Ti alloy are also elaborated. This text likewise covers the mixing effects of two different types of hydrides; hydrogen storage electrode systems; and applications of metal hydrides. This publication is intended for chemists concerned with the fundamental properties of hydrides.

Table of Contents

FOREWORD

SYMPOSIUM COMMITTEES

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Chapter 1: THE PROSPECTS OF HYDROGEN AS AN ENERGY CARRIER FOR THE FUTURE

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

GENERATION OF HYDROGEN

UTILIZATION

TRANSMISSION AND STORAGE

CONCLUSION

Chapter 2: SURVEY OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

STRUCTURES OF THE BINARY METAL HYDRIDES

PRESSURE-COMPOSITION ISOTHERMS

THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES

Chapter 3: STRUCTURE AND BONDING IN METAL HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

HYDRIDES EXHIBITING IONIC BONDING

TRANSITION METAL HYDRIDES

Ta2H – AN EXAMPLE OF STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF A SUBSTOICHIOMETRIC HYDRIDE

Chapter 4: THERMODYNAMICS OF METAL, ALLOY AND INTERMETALLIC/HYDROGEN SYSTEMS

ABSTRACT

SINGLE PHASE REGIONS OF SOLUBILITY

CONVERSION OF DATA TO CONDITIONS OF CONSTANT VOLUME

THERMODYNAMICS OF THE TWO-PHASE (SOLID) COEXISTENCE REGION

EXPERIMENTAL METHODS

SPECIFIC HEAT MEASUREMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 5: STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF HYDRIDES BY NEUTRON DIFFRACTION

INTRODUCTION

POWDER NEUTRON DIFFRACTION

STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS IN HYDRIDES

SPECIAL APPLICATIONS

INVESTIGATION ON La-Ni-HYDRIDES

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 6: LOCALIZATION AND DIFFUSION OF HYDROGEN IN LANTHANUM-NICKEL COMPOUNDS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

LOCALIZATION OF DEUTERIUM IN LaNi5Dx and La7Ni3D20

HYDROGEN DIFFUSION IN LaNi5H6

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 7: NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDIES OF METAL HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

1 INTRODUCTION

2 FUNDAMENTALS

3 ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES

4 CRYSTAL STRUCTURE

5 SELF-DIFFUSION

6 PHASE TRANSITIONS

Chapter 8: NMR STUDIES OF HYDROGEN RELAXATION AND DIFFUSION IN TiFeHx AND TiFe1-yMnyHx

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS

RESULTS

DISCUSSION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 9: ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF Ti-H AND Zr-H USING NMR

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 10: ELECTRONIC STATES OF CONCENTRATED PD-H ALLOYS FROM DE HAAS-VAN ALPHEN MEASUREMENTS

ABSTRACT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Chapter 11: THE NATURE OF 3He CONFINEMENT IN TRANSITION METAL HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

Chapter 12: KINETICS OF HYDROGEN ABSORPTION AND DESORPTION

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS ELEMENTARY STEPS

Chapter 13: THE STORAGE AND RELEASE OF HYDROGEN FROM MAGNESIUM ALLOY HYDRIDES FOR VEHICULAR APPLICATIONS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES

RESULTS

DISCUSSION

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Chapter 14: HIGH TEMPERATURE THERMODYNAMICS OF THE SOLID SOLUTIONS OF HYDROGEN AND DEUTERIUM IN PALLADIUM AND IN THE Pd0.9Ag0.1 ALLOY

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

USE OF THE TIAN-CALVET MICROCALORIMETER

DECOMPOSITION OF THE EXCESS ENTROPY

MOTION OF THE HYDROGEN ATOMS

POSSIBILITY OF THE EXISTENCE OF SHORT RANGE FORCES

INFLUENCE OF ALLOYING WITH SILVER

Chapter 15: CALCULATED HEATS OF FORMATION OF METAL AND METAL ALLOY HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Chapter 16: ACOUSTIC EMISSIONS DURING HYDRIDE FORMATION

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL

RESULTS

DISCUSSION

CONCLUSIONS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Chapter 17: MAGNETIC AND ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF RARE EARTH AND RARE EARTH INTERMETALLIC HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

RARE EARTH HYDRIDES

HYDRIDED RARE EARTH INTERMETALLICS

Acknowledgement

Chapter 18: HYDROGEN ABSORPTION IN RARE EARTH INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

Chapter 19: SOME APPLICATIONS OF LaNi5-TYPE HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 20: METAL HYDRIDE ELECTRODES FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL

CHOICE OF MATERIALS

LaNi5 AND SUBSTITUTED COMPOUNDS

KINETICS

CONCLUSION

Chapter 21: CHANGE IN MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF RARE EARTH-TRANSITION METAL COMPOUNDS UPON H2-ABSORPTION

ABSTRACT

1 INSTRODUCTION

2 Change in Magnetic Properties

3 Discussion

4 Conclusions

Chapter 22: HYDRIDES OF RARE EARTH-NICKEL COMPOUNDS: STRUCTURE AND FORMATION ENTHALPIES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE AND RESULTS

DISCUSSION

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Chapter 23: THE PLATEAU PRESSURE OF RE Ni5 AND RE Co5 HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

THREE EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS LEADING TO GEOMETRICAL CONSIDERATIONS

THE PLATEAU PRESSURE AND THE UNIT CELL VOLUME

DISCUSSION

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 24: SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF USEFUL METAL HYDRIDES: A Review of Recent Work at Brookhaven National Laboratory

Publisher Summary

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

Mg-Cu ALLOYS

Mg-Ni ALLOYS

IRON-TITANIUM ALLOYS

Ti-Cr ALLOYS

Chapter 25: THE USE OF FeTi-HYDRIDE FOR PRODUCTION AND STORAGE OF SUPRAPURE HYDROGEN

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

STORAGE AND PURIFICATION SYSTEM

PERFORMANCE

COMPARISON

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Chapter 26: HYDRIDE FORMATION OF C14-TYPE Ti ALLOY

ABSTRACT

LIST OF SYMBOLS

I INTRODUCTION

II EXPERIMENTAL

III RESULT AND DISCUSSION

IV CONCLUSION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 27: HYDROGEN SORPTION PROPERTIES IN BINARY AND PSEUDOBINARY INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENT AND ANALYSIS

DISCUSSION – MODEL CALCULATION

Chapter 28: THE METALLURGY AND PRODUCTION OF RECHARGEABLE HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

FeTi AND RELATED ALLOYS

AB5 COMPOUNDS

CONCLUDING REMARKS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 29: A NEW RATIONALE FOR THE HYSTERESIS EFFECTS OBSERVED IN METAL-HYDROGEN SYSTEMS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

DISCUSSION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Chapter 30: IRREVERSIBLE CHANGE IN MAGNETIC AND LOW TEMPERATURE CALORIMETRIC PROPERTIES OF TiFe BY HYDROGENATION

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

LOW TEMPERATURE CALORIMETRIC MEASUREMENTS

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 31: HEAT TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS OF POROUS METALLIC MATRIX METAL-HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

Chapter 32: THE EFFECT OF INDUCED DISORDER ON THE HYDROGENATION BEHAVIOUR OF THE PHASE ZrCo

SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

ALLOY PREPARATION AND EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

CONCLUSIONS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 33: COMPARISON OF HYDROGEN ABSORPTION IN GLASSY AND CRYSTALLINE STRUCTURES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

HYDROGEN ABSORPTION IN CRYSTALLINE Ti2Cu AND TiCu

HYDROGEN ABSORPTION IN THE METALLIC GLASSES Ti0.65Cu0.35 AND TiCu

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 34: ELECTROCHEMICAL UTILIZATION OF METAL HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

WHY ELECTROCHEMICAL UTILIZATION OF METAL HYDRIDES?

THE HYDROGEN/HYDRIDE ELECTRODE

NEW HYDRIDE ELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS

FIGHT FOR HIGH ENERGY DENSITY

GREAT DEMAND FOR CHEAP HYDROGEN ELECTRODE MATERIALS – METAL HYDRIDES PROMISING

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 35: HYDROGEN STORAGE ELECTRODE SYSTEMS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

STORAGE SYSTEMS

Chapter 36: HYDROGEN ELECTROCHEMICAL STORAGE BY SUBSTITUTED LaNi5 COMPOUNDS

Publisher Summary

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL

RESULTS

Chapter 37: RESEARCH ON ZIRCONIUM HYDRIDING AND PALLADIUM ALLOY - HYDROGEN SYSTEMS AT RISØ NATIONAL LABORATORY

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

ZIRCONIUM- AND ZIRCONIUM HYDRIDE

PALLADIUM ALLOYS FOR HYDROGEN PERMEATION AT HIGH TEMPERATURES*)

DISCUSSION

Chapter 38: RARE EARTH AND ACTINIDE INTERMETALLICS AS HYDROGENATION CATALYSTS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

RARE EARTH INTERMETALLICS AS SYNTHETIC AMMONIA CATALYSTS

INTERMETALLICS AS METHANATION CATALYSTS

THE NATURE OF THE CATALYST

HYDROGENATION OF ETHYLENE WITH LaNi5 HYDRIDE

Chapter 39: MIXING EFFECTS OF TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF HYDRIDES

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

EXPERIMENTAL

EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 40: APPLICATIONS OF METAL HYDRIDES

CRITERIA

SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS

UTILITY LOAD LEVELING

THERMAL STORAGE

HYDRIDE COMPRESSORS

PROCESS AND LABORATORY STORAGE

SAFETY

Chapter 41: HYCSOS: A SYSTEM FOR EVALUATION OF HYDRIDES AS CHEMICAL HEAT PUMPS

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

DISCUSSION

Chapter 42: THE HYDROGEN/HYDRIDE ENERGY CONCEPT

ABSTRACT

1 INTRODUCTION

2 THE THEORY OF METAL HYDRIDES

3 FUNDAMENTALS OF THE HYDRIDE ENERGY CONCEPT (Fig. 3) (see also summary chapt. 8)

4 HYDRIDE STORAGE IN THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY

5 HYDRIDE STORAGE IN HEAT ENGINEERING

6 HYDRIDE STORAGE IN THE REACTOR INDUSTRY

7 HYDRIDE STORAGE IN THE POWER GENERATING INDUSTRY

8 SUMMARY

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No. of pages:
616
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1978
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483188447

About the Editor

A. F. Andresen

A. J. Maeland