||WO||WO/2014/055229 - FUEL UNIT, GAS GENERATOR AND SYSTEM||10.04.2014||
||PCT/US2013/059902||EVEREADY BATTERY COMPANY, INC||FISHER, Allison M.|
Disclosed is a fuel unit for a gas generator such as a hydrogen gas generator that can supply gas to a gas consuming system such as a fuel cell system. The fuel unit includes a housing containing a solid fuel composition (20) and a heat producing material (22). The fuel composition contains gas releasing solid material that reacts to release gas when heated. The heat producing material reacts exothermically to produce heat. A plurality of quantities of the heat producing material are in thermal communication with corresponding portions of an unsegregated quantity the fuel composition such that, following initiation of a reaction of each quantity of the heat producing material, the quantity of heat producing material will heat the corresponding portion of the unsegregated quantity of the fuel composition, and the corresponding portion of the unsegregated quantity of the fuel composition will react to release a quantity of the gas.
||WO||WO/2014/050075 - STORAGE CELL SYSTEM||03.04.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/005630||SANYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.||HARADA, Momoko|
Provided is a storage cell system having high temperature durability properties, so as to be able to withstand installation in a high-temperature environment such as an engine room. The storage cell system is characterized by: having an alkaline storage cell comprising, in an exterior can, a nickel positive electrode having nickel hydroxide as the main positive electrode active material, a hydrogen
negative electrode having a hydrogen
as the negative electrode active material, a separator, and an alkaline electrolyte; the hydrogen
being indicated by general formula LaxReyMg1-x-yNin-aMa (Re being at least one type of element selected from rare earth elements (excluding La) including Y, and M being at least one type of element selected from elements other than Co and Mn.); the alkaline electrolyte containing at least one type of compound selected from a tungsten compound, a molybdenum compound, and a niobium compound; and the alkaline storage cell being connected in parallel to a lead battery and charging and discharging thereby.
||EP||2713426 - Nickel-metal hydride storage battery||02.04.2014||
||13186194||GS YUASA INT LTD||OKUDA DAISUKE|
An object of the present invention is to provide a nickel-metal hydride storage battery having a long life in an electrolyte solution containing a large amount of NaOH. The nickel-metal hydride storage battery includes a negative electrode containing a hydride storage alloy having a CaCu 5 -type crystal structure and containing at least a Ni element and a rare earth element. The rare earth element is partly substituted with an Y element. The nickel-metal hydride storage battery contains an electrolyte solution containing NaOH in an amount of 2.0 M or more.
||US||20140086824 - ULTRATHIN MAGNESIUM NANOBLADES||27.03.2014||
||14097479||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Lu Toh-Ming|
A nanostructure includes a plurality of metal nanoblades positioned with one edge on a substrate. Each of the plurality of metal nanoblades has a large surface area to mass ratio and a width smaller than a length. A method of storing hydrogen includes coating a plurality of magnesium nanoblades with a hydrogen storage catalyst and storing hydrogen by chemically forming magnesium hydride with the plurality of magnesium nanoblades.
||US||20140087253 - NICKEL-METAL HYDRIDE STORAGE BATTERY||27.03.2014||
||14036228||GS YUASA INTERNATIONAL LTD.||Okuda Daisuke|
A nickel-metal hydride storage battery includes a negative electrode containing a hydrogen storage alloy and an electrolyte solution. The hydrogen storage alloy has a CaCu5-type crystal structure and contains at least a Ni element and a rare earth element. The rare earth element is partly substituted with an Y element, and the electrolyte solution contains NaOH in an amount of 2.0 M or more.
||US||20140087276 - HYDRODESULFURIZATION DEVICE, HYDROGEN GENERATOR AND FUEL CELL SYSTEM||27.03.2014||
||14008512||Kita Hiromi||Kita Hiromi|
A hydrodesulfurization device includes a hydro-desulfurizer configured to remove a sulfur component from a raw material; and a heater configured to heat the hydro-desulfurizer; wherein the hydro-desulfurizer includes a plurality of blocks formed by division in a circumferential direction and disposed annularly around an outer periphery of the heater; wherein the hydro-desulfurizer is configured such that the raw material having passed through inside of each of the blocks moves to its adjacent block; and wherein the hydro-desulfurizer is configured such that adjacent blocks are communicated with each other and the raw material flows in the adjacent blocks in opposite directions.
||WO||WO/2014/046644 - C-O-H COMPOUND PROCESSING FOR HYDROGEN OR LIQUID FUEL PRODUCTION||27.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/055922||PROTON POWER, INC.||WEAVER, Samuel C.|
Methods and systems are disclosed for extracting hydrogen and/or liquid fuel from a compound comprising carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen ("C-O-H"). The compound may include cellulose, lignin, and/or hemicellulose, for example. The compound may include a waste stream that includes at least one C-O-H compound. Water may be combined with the C-O-H compound to produce a wet form of the C-O-H compound. The wet form of the C-O-H compound may be transferred into a reaction processing chamber. The wet form of the C-O-H compound may be heated within the reaction chamber such that elements of the C-O-H compound dissociate and react, with one reaction product comprising at least hydrogen gas and/or liquid fuel. Some embodiments may utilize non-oxidation reactions to produce the hydrogen and/or liquid fuel, such as hydrous pyrolysis reactions. The hydrogen gas and/or liquid fuel may be utilized to generate electrical power, heat, or power different types of engines.
||WO||WO/2014/045135 - ACETYLENE BRIDGED LINKERS AND METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS (MOFS) PRODUCED THEREOF||27.03.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/056778||BASF SE||MAURER, Stefan|
The present invention relates to acetylene bridged linkers, metal-organic frameworks produced thereof, processes for producing the linkers and the MOFs and their use.
||WO||WO/2014/044146 - HIGH-CAPACITY MACROMOLECULAR POLYMER HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIAL AND PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF||27.03.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/083371||WUHAN KAIDI GENERAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||FANG, Zhangjian|
Provided is a high-capacity macromolecular polymer hydrogen storage
material, comprising a linear macromolecular polymer as a main chain, and a borane ammonia derivative grafted on the side chain and/or end of the linear macromolecular polymer after a side-chain group and/or end group of the linear macromolecular polymer is aminated by a polyamine compound and reacts with a borohydride. Also provided is a preparation method for the high-capacity macromolecular polymer hydrogen storage
||WO||WO/2014/045282 - HYDROGEN GAS HIGH PRESSURE STORAGE SYSTEM||27.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050788||C. EN LTD.||STERN, Moshe|
A device for the storage
of compressed hydrogen
gas comprises a plurality of glass capillary tubes each having a sealed extremity and an open extremity, wherein said plurality of glass capillary tubes is sheathed in an external tubular cover, and wherein the open end of a bundle of said tubular covers is housed in an adaptor, and wherein said adaptor is suitable to allow compressed hydrogen gas to be added to, and to prevent said hydrogen gas from escaping from, said glass capillary tubes.