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1. 20160207764 Novel Methods for Storing Hydrogen in PFC SolutionsUS21.07.2016
C01B 3/00
15003599Demetrios MarkouDemetrios Markou

This invention describes novel methods for using solid and liquid perfluorinated solutions for hydrogen storage devices.


2. 20160208290 INTEGRATED HYDROGEN PRODUCTION PROCESSUS21.07.2016
C12P 7/06
14848878IOGEN CORPORATIONPatrick J. Foody

The present invention provides an integrated process for producing a fermentation product from fossil carbon and hydrogen present in a purge gas stream resulting from a hydrogen production process. According to one embodiment of the invention, a purge gas stream obtained from a hydrogen production process is fermented with microorganisms in one or more bioreactors to produce the fermentation product. A fermentation exhaust gas stream from the one or more bioreactors comprising hydrogen, carbon monoxide and/or methane is then obtained and heat is generated therefrom to provide energy for the hydrogen production process.


3. 20160206989 REGENERATION OF A HYDROGEN IMPURITY TRAP USING THE HEAT EXITING A HYDRIDE TANKUS21.07.2016
B01D 53/04
14916778COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVESAlbin Chaise

The storing and destocking of hydrogen in a hydride tank (10) comprises purification performed in at least one trap (1, 1A, 1B) filtering the impurities contained in the hydrogen entering the tank to be stored and regeneration of said at least one trap, using the heat carried by the hydrogen exiting the tank after it has been destocked.


4. WO/2016/113610 SYSTEM FOR IMPROVED HYDROGEN DISTRIBUTION IN A METAL HYDRIDE REACTORWO21.07.2016
F25B 17/12
PCT/IB2015/059147THERMAX LIMITEDNAVALE, Devadatta Pundlik
A system (100) for distribution of hydrogen gas in a metal hydride reactor (109) is disclosed. The system (100) comprises a hydrogen distribution conduit (102) positioned within a metal tube (101) so as to define an annular space between the hydrogen distribution conduit (102) and the outer metal tube (101). The hydrogen distribution conduit (102) provides a flow passage for the hydrogen gas. A metal sponge matrix (103) containing hydrogen-storing metal powder or hydrogen-storing alloy powder is filled in the annular space. The system provides a more uniform distribution of hydrogen across the particles of the hydrogen- storing metal/alloy powder, provides mechanical support to the hydrogen distribution conduit, improves the thermal conductivity of the powdered metal/alloy bed and reduces the size and production cost of the reactor (109).

5. 3045425 MANUFACTURING DEVICE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR HYDROGEN AND SYNTHETIC NATURAL GASEP20.07.2016
C01B 3/24
14842447CHIYODA CORPIKEDA OSAMU
To improve the heat efficiency of a system for production of hydrogen and synthetic natural gas, the system (1) comprises a synthetic natural gas production unit (2) for producing synthetic natural gas from hydrogen and carbon dioxide by a reverse shift reaction and a methanation reaction, and a hydrogen production unit (3) for producing hydrogen from a hydrogenated aromatic compound by a dehydrogenation reaction, wherein heat is supplied from the synthetic natural gas production unit to the hydrogen production unit so that a reaction heat of the methanation reaction which is an exothermic reaction is used for the dehydrogenation reaction which is an endothermic reaction.

6. 20160204429 HYDROGEN STORAGE ALLOY AND NEGATIVE ELECTRODE AND NI-METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY EMPLOYING SAMEUS14.07.2016
H01M 4/38
15076844BASF Battery Materials -OvonicKwo Young

A hydrogen storage alloy having a higher electrochemical hydrogen storage capacity than that predicted by the alloy's gaseous hydrogen storage capacity at 2 MPa. The hydrogen storage alloy may have an electrochemical hydrogen storage capacity 5 to 15 times higher than that predicted by the maximum gaseous phase hydrogen storage capacity thereof. The hydrogen storage alloy may be selected from alloys of the group consisting of A2B, AB, AB2, AB3, A2B7, AB5 and AB9. The hydrogen storage alloy may further be selected from the group consisting of: a) Zr(VxNi4.5-x); wherein 0xNi3.5-x); wherein 0


7. WO/2016/110208 CAMG2-BASED ALLOY HYDRIDE MATERIAL FOR HYDROLYSIS PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN, PREPARATION METHOD THEREFOR AND USE THEREOFWO14.07.2016
C01B 6/24
PCT/CN2015/099641SOUTH CHINA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYOUYANG, Liuzhang
Provided are a CaMg2-based alloy hydride material for hydrolysis production of hydrogen, a preparation method therefor and a use thereof. The material has a general formula of CaMgxMyHz, wherein M is Ni, Co or Fe, 1.5 ¡Ü x £¼ 2.0, 0 £¼ y ¡Ü 0.5, and 3 ¡Ü z £¼6. The preparation method for the material comprises the following steps: (1) stacking three pure metal block materials in a crucible, wherein a metal block material M is placed at the top; (2) installing the crucible in a high-frequency induction melting furnace, evacuating and introducing an argon gas; (3) starting the high-frequency induction melting furnace to heat at a low power first, then increasing the power to uniformly fuse same; and thereafter cooling with the furnace to obtain an alloy ingot, and hammer-milling to obtain a hydrogen storage alloy based on CaMg2; and (4) hydrogenating the hammer-milled hydrogen storage alloy to obtain the material for hydrolysis production of hydrogen. The preparation method is simple and low in cost. The material can absorb hydrogen at normal temperature with a good hydrogen absorption performance. The prepared hydrogen is pure, and can be directly introduced into and used in a hydrogen fuel battery.

8. WO/2016/110215 LIQUID HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEMWO14.07.2016
C01B 3/02
PCT/CN2015/099863JIANGSU QINGYANG ENERGY CO., LTD.CHENG, Hansong
Provided is a liquid hydrogen storage system comprising at least two different hydrogen storage components, the components being unsaturated aromatic hydrocarbons or heterocyclic unsaturated compounds, and at least one of the components is a low-melting-point compound whose melting point is lower than 80°C. The system is multicomponent mixed liquid viscous heterocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with an eutectic point that is lower than the melting point of at least one of the components, so as to ensure the eutectic point of the hydrogen storage system to decrease to around the room temperature and make hydrogen storage system in a liquid state.

9. 3041788 REGENERATION OF A TRAP FOR IMPURITIES IN HYDROGEN USING THE HEAT LEAVING A HYDRIDE RESERVOIREP13.07.2016
C01B 3/00
14752809COMMISSARIAT À L ÉNERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ÉNERGIES ALTERNATIVESCHAISE ALBIN
The invention relates to the regeneration of a trap for impurities in hydrogen using the heat leaving a hydride reservoir. The storage and withdrawal of hydrogen in a hydride reservoir (10) comprises purification carried out at least at one trap filtering the impurities contained in the hydrogen entering the reservoir for storage of same and regeneration of said at least one trap, using the heat taken away by the hydrogen leaving the reservoir after it has been withdrawn.

10. 20160194201 MAGNESIUM-BASED HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIAL AND METHOD FOR PREPARING THE SAMEUS07.07.2016
C01B 3/00
14917142SOUTH CHINA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYMin ZHU

A method for preparing a magnesium-based hydrogen storage material, includes: a Mg—Ce—Ni family amorphous alloy is prepared by a rapid cooling process; the amorphous alloy is pulverized, so as to obtain a amorphous powder; the amorphous alloy is activated, so as to obtain a MgH2—Mg2NiH4—CeH2.73 family nanocrystalline composite; the abovementioned composite is carried out a hydrogen absorption and desorption cycle, then the composite is placed in a pure Ar atmosphere for passivation, finally, the passivated composite is oxidized, so as to obtain a MgH2—Mg2NiH4—CeH2.73—CeO2 family nanocrystalline composite.



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