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Hydrogen Energy Progress VIII - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080404080, 9780080984797

Hydrogen Energy Progress VIII

1st Edition

Authors: T. N. Veziroglu P. Takahashi
eBook ISBN: 9780080984797
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 31st October 1990
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The three-volume Proceedings include: (a) national and international hydrogen energy programs; (b) various hydrogen production methods; (c) transmission, storage and distribution of hydrogen; (d) hydrogen-hydride technology; (e) utilization of hydrogen by transportation, industrial, commercial, residential and utility sectors; (f) environmental effects and benefits of hydrogen energy system; (g) economics of hydrogen production, storage, transmission and utilization.


For energy engineers, scientists and researchers, energy economists, environmentalists, and resource scientists.

Table of Contents

Section headings: Volume 1. Transition to hydrogen energy: international hydrogen programs. Transition to hydrogen energy: hydrogen issues and economics. Production of hydrogen: purification/thermochemical. Production of hydrogen: electrodes/electrode characteristics. Volume 2. Production of hydrogen: thermochemical. Production of hydrogen: electrolysis systems. Production of hydrogen: photoproduction: biological. Production of hydrogen: photo-electrochemistry. Storage and distribution of hydrogen: hydrogen storage. Storage and distribution of hydrogen: metal hydrides. Volume 3. Transmission and distribution. Storage and distribution of hydrogen: recovery, materials and safety. Utilization of hydrogen: combustion systems/hydrogen engines I. Utilization of hydrogen: combustion systems/hydrogen engines II. Utilization of hydrogen: fuel cells. Utilization of hydrogen: synfuel production/chemical & industrial use.


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31st October 1990
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About the Authors

T. N. Veziroglu

Affiliations and Expertise

Clean Energy Research Institute, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, USA

P. Takahashi

Affiliations and Expertise

Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii

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