Journal of Energy and Power Technology (JEPT) is an international peer-reviewed Open Access journal published quarterly online by LIDSEN Publishing Inc. This periodical is dedicated to providing a unique, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary platform for researchers, scientists and engineers in academia, research institutions, government agencies and industry. The journal is also of interest to technology developers, planners, policy makers and technical, economic and policy advisers to present their research results and findings.

Journal of Energy and Power Technology focuses on all aspects of energy and power. It publishes original research and review articles and also publishes Survey, Comments, Perspectives, Reviews, News & Views, Tutorial and Discussion Papers from experts in these fields to promote intuitive understanding of the state-of-the-art and technology trends. 

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Special Issue

Hydrogen Storage for Transport

Submission Deadline: December 31, 2022 (Open) Submit Now

Guest Editor

Ernest llisca, PhD, Professor Emeritus

Medal of the Institute of Industrial Sciences of Tokyo University

Laboratoire Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques, Université de Paris, CNRS and SHYT, Storage of  Hyperfine Hydrogen for Transport, F-75013 Paris, France

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Research interests: storage of hydrogen for transport; hydrogen conversion and liquefaction; molecular and surface spectroscopies

About This Topic

Sustainable, safe, reliable and economic hydrogen storage is a bottleneck for large scale utilization in particular in the transportation end-uses. Storage device performances must also be appreciated in relation to an array of sectors and technologies involved in the renewable cost-effective production, distribution, and Fuel-Cell applications.

The aim of the present edition is to bring together some major advances in the hydrogen storage sector, for transportations that might be critical for a fast development of hydrogen-based vehicles. The volume is divided into four sections: (i) Hydrogen efficient forms for low-cost storage (ii) Materials for containment, insulation and adsorption (iii) Energy conversion, transmission and conservation periods (iv) Hydrogen economy and ecology.

Contributions from various horizons are welcomed, but preference will be given to those that emphasize the progress of an optimal method, material or network and accelerate a fast development of a first hydrogen vehicular network. Contributions that interconnect these advances with a variety of political and geo-strategic fields, including cultural and financial inputs would be also highly appreciated.
Overview of Hydrogen storage as a Vector and Carrier Energy for Transport

1.  Hydrogen storage forms and methods 
  1.1  Compressed gaseous (CGH2) and liquid hydrogen (LH2)
  1.2  Cryo-compressed (CcH2) and Cryo-adsorbed (CaH2)
  1.3  Electro-chemical and thermal energy storages
  1.4  Gravimetric and Volumetric Criteria

2.  Materials for Hydrogen-based energy storage 
  2.1  Containment Materials: Walls and Liners of the Containers 
  2.2  Nano-structuration and critical materials issues 
  3.2  Porous adsorbents, catalytic  media and liquid carriers,
  3.4  Advanced Thermal Insulation and Composite Material Compatibility

3.  Energy conversion and transmission: Optimal hydrogen states
  3.1  Energy conversion: Mechanical (compression work)-Chemical-Thermal
  3.2  Electric energy consumption
  3.3  Energy Transmission Pump Fill – and Fuel-Cell technologies
  3.4  Energy Conservation: Break Even times 

4.  Hydrogen Economy
  4.1  H Economy versus geo-strategy and continental policies
  4.2  Transportation Networks and Cost Ratios
  4.3  Ecologic Requirements
  4.4  Smart intelligence control in the Grid system 

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