Metal-Hydrogen Systems - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080273112, 9781483190105

Metal-Hydrogen Systems

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Miami International Symposium on Metal-Hydrogen Systems, 13-15 April 1981, Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.A.

Editors: T. Nejat Veziroglu
eBook ISBN: 9781483190105
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1982
Page Count: 738
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Metal-Hydrogen Systems covers the proceedings of the Miami International Symposium on Metal-Hydrogen Systems. The book presents studies that discuss the possibility of exploiting hydrogen as an alternative energy source through metal-hydrogen systems. The first part of the text covers the general concerns with the system, such as getting and utilizing metal hydrides and developing hydrogen permeable metal membranes for the Li/LiH-process. The subsequent articles cover a much more specialized and specific topics, such as diffusion of hydrogen in metals; interaction of hydrogen with structure; hydride properties, formation, and utilization; and hydrogen storage. The book will be of use to scientists, engineers, and technicians who are involved in the research, development, and implementation of alternative energy technology.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: General

Keynote Address: Getting Metal Hydrides to Do What You Want Their to

Banquet Speech: The Quest — From Sir Launfal to Kurt Vonnegut

Some Aspects of Hydrogen Distribution in France

Hydrogen Fueled Power Plant System

Development of Hydrogen-Permeable Metal Membranes for the Li/LiH-Process

On the Hydrogen Isotope Exchange between TiMn l.5Hn and Hydrogen in the Gas Phase by Tritium Tracer Methods - Bulk and Surface Properties

Chapter 2: Diffusion of Hydrogen in Metals

Diffusion of Hydrogen Through Binary Noble Metal Solid Solutions

Hydrogen Diffusion in Zirconium-Niobium Alloys

Transport Phenomena of Hydrogen Diluted in Argon at High Temperatures

Hydrogen and Tritium Permeation through Steels as a Function of Temperature, up-stream Pressure and Oxygen Potential

Analysis of a Cooperative Model of Hydrogen Diffusion in a Transition Metal

Neutron Scattering Measurements of Low-Temperature Hydrogen Tunneling in Niobium

Absorption Properties of Mos Structures with Transition Metal Gates

A CTEM and HVEM Study of Hydride Precipitation in Magnesium

Chapter 3: Interaction of Hydrogen with Structure

Mössbauer Study of the Local Hydrogen Distribution Near Substitutional Impurities in β-Pdhx

Hydrogen Trapping Behavior in Plain Carbon and Cr-Mo Alloy Steel

A Study of Hydrogen Accumulation around Alloying Titanium in Niobium by the Internal Friction Technique

The Phenomenon of Controllable Hydrogen Phase Naklep and the Prospects of its use in Metal Science and Engineering

Hydrogenation/Gas-Release Effects in Austenitic Steels: Quantitative Study

Advancement in Electrochemical Method of Investigation on Hydrogen Penetration into Steel During Metal Electrodeposition

Delayed Fracture as a Particular Case of Premature Fracture

Chapter 4: Embrittlement

Comparison between the Behavior of Pure and Commercial Unstable Austenitic Stainless Steels in the Presence of Hydrogen

Effect of Grain Size on Threshold Value KISH in Ageing Martensitic Fe-Ni-C Alloy Cathodically Hydrogenated at Room Temperature

Hydrogen Embrittlement of a Steam Turbine Disc Alloy in Aqueous Environments

Hydrogen Embrittlement Inhibition in Rare Earth Modified P/M 4340 Steel

Some Modes of Failure in C.T.S. Crack Divider Laminated Steel Composites made from 4340 Steel in the Environments of Hydrogen

Hydrogen Induced Cracking in Austenitic Stainless Steel Weld Metals

The Effect of Surface Finish on the Deformation Characteristics of 1015 Steel at 25°C

Chapter 5: Hydride Properties

Preparation and Properties of Pd1-yNiyDx Alloys

Electronic Properties and Equilibrium Lattice Parameters of Magnesium Hydride

Electronic Structure and Non-Occurrence of Superconductivity in ZrH2 and NbH2

Equilibrium and Susceptibility Measurements About the Critical Region of the Pd/H2 System

Chapter 6: Hydride Formation

Hydriding Properties of Al-Substituted Misch-Metal Nickels

Non-Metal Absorption by Rare Earth-Silicon Systems

Hydride Formation by Nickel, Palladium and Platinum

Hydrogen Absorption in Aluminum - Magnesium Titanium Alloys

Thermodynamics of LaNi5 + H2 By Differential Heat Flow Calorimetry: Hysteresis and Entropies

Hydrogen Sorption in Tungsten Trioxide

Hydrogen Vanadium Pentoxide Bronze, (HxV2O5)

Reaction Kinetics of the Magnesium Nickel Alloys and Hydrogen Systems

Isotopic Effects in Hydrides of Lanthanum-Nickel Alloys

The Influence of Thermal Cycling on the Acoustic Emission during Hydride Formation in Niobium

Stress Induced in Metal Hydrogen Powder Bed by Hydriding Reaction

Chapter 7: Hydrogen Storage

Metal Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage: A Review of Theoretical and Experimental Research, and Critically Compiled Data

An Assessment of Major Factors Affecting the Hydrogen Discharge Rate in Metal Hydride Hydrogen Storage Beds

Hydrogen Storage Properties of Titanium-Iron- Beryllium and Titanium-Iron-Aluminum Alloys

Hydrogen Storage Properties of Fe-Ti-O Alloys

Magnesium-Alloy Hydrides

A Hydrogen Storage Bed Design for Tritium Systems Test Assembly

Storage of Tritium in Metal Hydrides

Chapter 8: Hydride Utilization

Evaluation of the Argonne Multi-Tube Hydride Heat Exchanger

Evaluating Metal Hydride Energy Conversion Systems

Chemical Heat Pump/Heat Transformer Based on Metal-Hydrogen Reactions

Use of Vanadium Dihydride for Production of High-Pressure Hydrogen Gas

A Chemical Compressor Based on Compacted Metal Hydrides

Studies on High Temperature Reactor Cooling Gas Purification by Means of Getters

Hydrogen Absorption and Temperature

Programmed Desorption (TPD) Studies of Iron and Chromium Substituted ZrV2

Cooling and Heating Power of a Modular Heat- Exchanger Filled with PMH

Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)

Author Index

Subject Index


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T. Nejat Veziroglu