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Technical Trends of Hydrogen Manufacture, Storage and Transportation System for Fuel Cell Vehicle
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 Title & Authors
Technical Trends of Hydrogen Manufacture, Storage and Transportation System for Fuel Cell Vehicle
Kil, Sang-Cheol; Hwang, Young-Gil;
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 Abstract
The earth has been warming due to gas emissions from fossil fuel cars and a ship. So the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle(FCV) using hydrogen as a fossil fuel alternative energy is in the spotlight. Hyundai Motor Company of Korea and a car companies of the US, Japan, Germany is developing a FCV a competitive. Obtained hydrogen as a by-product of the coke plant, oil refineries, chemical plants of steel mill, coal is reacted with steam at high temperatures, methane gas, manufacture of high purity hydrogen Methane Steam Reforming and hydrogen detachable reforming method using the Pressure Swing Adsorption or Membrane Reforming technical or decomposition of water to produce electricity. Hydrogen is the electronic industry, metal and chemical industries, which are used as rocket fuel, etc. are used in factories, hospitals, home of the fuel Ene.Farm system or FCV. And a method of storing hydrogen is to store liquid hydrogen and a method for compressing normal hydrogen to the hydrogen container, by storing the latest hydride or Organic chemical hydride method is used to carry the hydrogen station. Korea is currently 13 hydrogen stations in place and in operation, plans to install a further 43 places.
 Keywords
Hydrogen manufacture;Hydrogen storage;Organic chemical hydride method;Steam methane reforming;Membrane reforming;
 Language
Korean
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