Technology and Uses of Liquid Hydrogen deals with the technological aspects and applications of liquid hydrogen. Topics covered include the process of producing hydrogen gas for liquefaction; thermal insulation, storage, transportation, and transfer of liquid hydrogen; liquid hydrogen engines and bubble chambers; and safety in the use of liquid hydrogen. The uses of liquid hydrogen for the production of cold neutrons inside a nuclear reactor are also discussed.
This book is comprised of 11 chapters and begins with a little background, history, and statistics on the technology and uses of liquid hydrogen, followed by a review of commercially feasible processes for the production of of liquid hydrogen. The reader is then introduced to the basic principles of the liquefaction of hydrogen; hydrogen liquefiers of moderate size; the use of liquid hydrogen as a coolant/propellant for nuclear rockets; and separation of deuterium by the large-scale distillation of liquid hydrogen. Subsequent chapters explore liquid hydrogen engines and bubble chambers; safety considerations in the use of liquid hydrogen; and properties of normal and para-hydrogen.
This monograph will be of interest to chemists.
- Production of Hydrogen Gas for Liquefaction
- The Liquefaction of Hydrogen 3A. Basic Principles 3B1. Medium Size Hydrogen Liquefiers 3B2. Large-scale Hydrogen Liquefaction Facilities 4 Thermal Insulation, Storage, Transport and Transfer of Liquid Hydrogen
- Liquid Hydrogen Engines
- Liquid Hydrogen as a Coolant/Propellant for Nuclear Rockets
- The Uses of Liquid Hydrogen for the Production of Cold Neutrons inside a Nuclear Reactor
- Liquid Hydrogen Bubble Chambers
- The Separation of Deuterium by the Distillation of Liquid Hydrogen on a Large Scale Introduction 9A. The Sulzer Plant 9B. The Gesellschaft Linde Plants
- Safety in the Use of Liquid Hydrogen
- Properties of Normal and Para-hydrogen Author Index Subject Index
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- © Pergamon 1964
- 1st January 1964
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