Thermally-driven hydrogen compression based on adsorption onto activated carbons

Abstract : Carbon materials have received a noteworthy attention as gas storage materials due to their highly developed textural properties as well as very high surface areas, thus ensuring a complete reversible hydrogen uptake and release 1. A thermally-driven hydrogen compression can be realized by using a solid bed consisting of carbon materials with high surface area and high adsorption potential, such as activated carbons (ACs), and by lowering/ increasing the system temperature. Such a compressor ensures several advantages, like absence of moving parts, no vibration, no noise and simple design.
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Giuseppe Sdanghi, Sébastien Schaefer, Vincent Nicolas, Gaël Maranzana, Alain Celzard, et al.. Thermally-driven hydrogen compression based on adsorption onto activated carbons. The World Conference on Carbon Materials, Jul 2018, Madrid, Spain. ⟨hal-01919373⟩

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