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1. CA2523873 - BOUTEILLE DE STOCKAGE D'HYDROGENE

Office Canada
Numéro de la demande 2523873
Date de la demande
Numéro de publication 2523873
Date de publication 11.11.2004
Type de publication A1
CIB
F17C 11/00
FMÉCANIQUE; ÉCLAIRAGE; CHAUFFAGE; ARMEMENT; SAUTAGE
17STOCKAGE OU DISTRIBUTION DES GAZ OU DES LIQUIDES
CRÉCIPIENTS POUR CONTENIR OU EMMAGASINER DES GAZ COMPRIMÉS, LIQUÉFIÉS OU SOLIDIFIÉS; GAZOMÈTRES À CAPACITÉ FIXE; REMPLISSAGE OU VIDAGE DE RÉCIPIENTS DE GAZ COMPRIMÉS, LIQUÉFIÉS OU SOLIDIFIÉS
11Utilisation de solvants ou d'absorbants des gaz dans les récipients
Déposants HERA, HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEMS INC.
Inventeurs GAGNON, FREDERIC
SCHULZ, ROBERT
LAROCHELLE, PATRICK
GENDRON, STEPHANE
Données relatives à la priorité 2,427,725 01.05.2003 CA
60/501,017 09.09.2003 US
60/509,256 08.10.2003 US
Titre
(EN) HYDROGEN STORAGE CONTAINER
(FR) BOUTEILLE DE STOCKAGE D'HYDROGENE
Abrégé
(EN)
A container (10)configured for containing at least metallic particles (12), the metallic particles (12)capable of absorbing hydrogen such that the metallic particles (12) expand upon the absorption of hydrogen, the container (10) including an inner surface(16), comprising: a liner (22)disposed within the container (10)such that a void(202) space is provided between the liner(22) and the inner surface(16), wherein the liner(22) engages the inner surface(16) to substantially prevent ingress of metallic particles (12), when the metallic particles (12) are contained in the container (10), into the void space (202). A method of assembling a container(10) for containing metallic particles(12) capable of absorbing hydrogen is provided and comprises a container (10) including an inlet and an inner surface (16)defining a container space(202), rolling a magnetically responsive liner about a mandrel so that the liner assumes a spiral configuration about the mandrel, when the liner is rolled about the mandrel inserting the liner into the container space through the inlet, releasing the liner from the mandrel, removing the mandrel from the container space through the inlet, applying a magnetic force sufficient to urge the liner against the inner surface of the container, when the magnetic force is acting on the liner, inserting a plurality of tubes into the container space through the inlet so as to urge the liner into engagement with the inner surface so as to define (i) a storage space configured to contain the metallic particles and (ii) a void space configured to contract as the metallic particles expand upon the absorption of hydrogen, terminating the application of the magnetic force, and inserting a plurality of metallic particles into the storage space.

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