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Hydrogen

Science, Engineering, and Energy Systems

Utgikar, Vivek P.

2015, 600 p. 115 illus.

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  • About this book

  • Provides a comprehensive overview of the issues related to achieving a hydrogen economy.

The limitations of fossil fuel supply and the need for decarbonization of energy systems presage the dawn of the hydrogen economy. However, realizing this vision will require developing and implementing solutions to engineering and technology challenges in hydrogen production, storage, utilization and distribution. "Hydrogen: Science, Engineering, and Energy Systems" presents a comprehensive overview of these issues. Hydrogen production alternatives are examined and the competing options analyzed on the basis of fundamental scientific principles. Similar discussions are included on other aspects of the hydrogen economy, not only answering questions of "how" and "what", but also explaining the observed phenomena by seeking answers to questions of "why" through an understanding of the basic properties of hydrogen. This discussion is integrated with societal energy needs and demands, to enhance an understanding of the place of hydrogen in energy systems.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Energy Systems - Fuel Cells - Hydrogen Economy - Hydrogen Production and Storage - SRUS - Transportation

Related subjects » Economic Growth - Energy Technology - Global Change - Climate Change - Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Renewable and Green Energy

Table of contents 

Introduction

Fossil Energy Resources

Climate Change

Hydrogen Characteristics

Hydrogen Production Principles

Production from Carbon Compounds

Production from Water

Hydrogen Utilization – Transportation and Power

Hydrogen Storage

Primary Energy Alternatives

Environmental Impact of Hydrogen

Hydrogen Safety

Infrastructure for Hydrogen Economy

Techno-Economic Considerations

The Future of Hydrogen in Energy Systems

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Distribution rights for India: Delhi Book Store, New Delhi, India

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