Proceedings of the 2001 Hydrogen Program Review Meeting
These proceedings of the 2001 Hydrogen Program Annual Review are sponsored by the Office of Hydrogen and Superconductivity Technologies, Office of Power Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy.
Table of Contents
- Biological Hydrogen Production
- Biomass-based Hydrogen Production
- Fossil-based Hydrogen Production
- Renewable Production Electrolytic Processes
- Technology Validation
- Separation and Purification
- Hydrogen Utilization Research
- Technology Transfer
Biological Hydrogen Production
Biological H2 from Fuel Gases and from Water, P.-C. Maness and P.F. Weaver, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Bioreactor Design Studies for a Novel Hydrogen-Producing Bacterium, E.J. Wolfrum and A.S. Watt, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Development of an Efficient Algal H2-Producion System, M. Seibert, M. Forestier, L. Zhang, and M. Ghirardi, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Discovery of an Alternative Oxygen Sensitivity and its Potential Application in Photosynthetic H2 Production, J. Lee and E. Greenbaum, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Absence of the Pigments Lutein, Violaxanthin and Neoxanthin Affects the Functional Chorophyll Antenna Size of Photosystem-II But Not That of Photosystem-I in the Green Alga Chlamydomonas Reinhardt II, J.E.W. Polle, K.K. Niyogi, and A. Melis, University of California, Berkeley
Cyclic Photobiological Algal H2-Production System, M.L. Ghirardi, S. Kosourov, and M. Seibert, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Efficient Hydrogen Production Using Enzymes of the Pentose Phosphate Cycle, N.I. Heyer and J. Woodward, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Hydrogen Production by the Thermophilic Bacterium, Thermotoga neapolitana, S.A. Van Ooteghem, S.K. Beer, and P.C. Yue, National Energy Technology Center
Biomass-based Hydrogen Production
Production of Hydrogen from Biomass-Derived Liquids, S. Czernik, R. French, C. Feik, and E. Chornet, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Modeling of Biomass Pyrolysis for Hydrogen Production: The Fluidized Bed Reactor, D. Lathouwers and J. Bellan, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
An Integrated Approach to Hydrogen Production from Agricultural Residues for Use in Urban Transportation, J. Abedi, Y.D. Yeboah, and K.B. Bota, Clark Atlanta University, M. Realff, Georgia Institute of Technology, D. McGee, Enviro-Tech Enterprises, Inc., and J. Howard, Scientific Carbons Inc.
Engineering Scale Up of Renewable Hydrogen Production by Catalytic Steam Reforming of Peanut Shells Pyrolysis Products, R. Evans, S. Czernik, E. Chornet, C. Feik, and S. Philips, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Supercritical Water Partial Oxidation, N.W. Johanson, M.H. Spritzer, G.T. Hong, and W.S. Rickman, General Atomics
Role of Initial Sucrose and pH Levels on Natural, Hydrogen-Producing, Anaerobe Germination, S. Van Ginkel, S. Sung, and L. Li, Iowa State University, J.-J. Lay, National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology
Fossil-based Hydrogen Production
Thermal Dissociation of Methane Using a Solar Coupled Aerosol Flow Reactor, A.W. Weimer, J. Dahl, and K. Buechler, University of Colorado, A. Lewandowski, R. Pitts, and C. Bingham, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Thermocatalytic CO2-free Production of Hydrogen from Hydrocarbon Fuels, N. Muradov, Florida Solar Energy Center
Novel Catalytic Fuel Reforming with Advanced Membrane Technology, P. Irving, W.L. Allen, Q. Ming, and T. Healey, InnovaTek, Inc.
ITM Syngas and ITM H2 Engineering Development of Ceramic Membrane Reactor Systems for Converting Natural Gas to Hydrogen and Synthesis Gas for Liquid Transportation Fuels, P.N. Dyer and C.M. Chen, Air Products and Chemicals Inc.
Technoeconomic Feasibility Analysis of Hydrogen Production by Integrated Ceramic Membrane System, M.M. Shah and R.F. Drnevich, Praxair, Inc., U. Balachandran, S.E. Dorris, and T.H. Lee, Argonne National Laboratory
Production of Hydrobromic Acid from Bromine and Methane for Hydrogen Production, R. Bradshaw, Sandia National Laboratories
Renewable Production Electrolytic Processes
Solar Photocatalytic H2 Production from Water Using a Dual Bed Photosystem, C.A. Linkous and D.K. Slattery, Florida Solar Energy Center
Photoelectrochemical Systems for Hydrogen Production, J. Turner, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production, E. Miller and R. Rocheleau, University of Hawaii
Hydrogen Production through Electrolysis, R.J. Friedland and A.J. Speranza, Proton Energy Systems, Inc.
Renewable Hydrogen Systems Integration and Performance Modeling, R. Jacobson, R. Purcell, D. Wermers, Desert Research Institute, B. Wood, D. Donovan, D. Lane, M. Matheus, University of Nevada, Reno
Ovonic Metal Hydride Based Hydrogen Ice Scooter, K. Sapru, S. Ramachandran, Z. Tan, and E. Kurlonko, Energy Conversion Devices, Inc.
Research and Development of a PEM Fuel Cell, Hydrogen Reformer, and Vehicle Refueling Facility, V. Raman, Air Products and Chemicals Inc.
The Rural Area Power Program Diesel Reformer Evaluation, D. Witmer, T. Johnson, and R. Johnson, University of Alaska Fairbanks, J. Keller and A. Lutz, Sandia National Laboratories
Filling Up with Hydrogen 2000, M. J. Fairlie and P. B. Scott, Stuart Energy USA
Light/Medium-Duty Fleet Applications, K. Collier, NRG Tech
Hydrogen-Based Utility Energy Storage System, R. Parker, SRT Group, Inc., and W. L. Clapper, Jr., SunLine Services Group
Hydrogen Commercialization for the 21st Century, W. Clapper, SunLine Services Group
Separation and Purification
Separation Using Encapsulated Metal Hydride, L.K. Heung, Westinghouse Savannah River Technology
Defect-Free Thin Film Membranes for H2 Separation and Isolation, T.M. Nenoff, Sandia National Laboratories
Feasibility of Fullerene Hydride as a High Capacity Hydrogen Storage Material, R.O. Loutfy and E. M. Wexler, Material and Electrochemical Research (MER) Corporation
Carbon Nanotube Materials for Hydrogen, M. Heben, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Doped Carbon Nanotubes for Hydrogen Storage, R. Zidan, Savannah River Technology Center
Catalytically Enhanced Systems for Hydrogen Storage, C.M. Jensen, D. Sun, B. Lewandowski, K.K. Kumashiro, W.P. Niemczura, D. Morales-Morales, and Z. Wang, University of Hawaii
Light-Weight Hydride Development, K.J. Gross, G.J. Thomas, E. Majzoub, and G. Sandrock, Sandia National Laboratories
Hydrogen Storage in Polymer-Dispersed Metal Hydrides (PDMH), W.R. Schmidt, United Technologies Research Center
Next Generation Hydrogen Tankage, A. Weisberg, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Performance and Certification Testing of Insulated Pressure Vessels for Vehicular Hydrogen Storage, S.M. Aceves and J. Martinez-Frias, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, O. Garcia-Villazana and F. Espinosa-Loza, FIMEE, Universidad de Gaunajuato
Advanced Thermal Hydrogen Compression, M. Golben and D.H. DaCosta, Ergenics, Inc.
Hydrogen Utilization Research
Small Battery - Fuel Cell Alternative Technology Development, M.S. Wilson and C. Zawodzinski, Los Alamos National Laboratory, M. Daugherty, Enable Fuel Cell Corp. (DCH Technology, Inc.)
Low Cost, High Efficiency Reversible Fuel Cell (and Electrolyzer) Systems, Technology Management Inc.
High-Efficiency Steam Electrolyzer, A.-Q. Pham, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Gallium Nitride Integrated Gas/Temperature Sensors for Fuel Cell System Monitoring for Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide, S.C. Pyke, Peterson Ridge, LLC, L. Sadwick, University of Utah
Design and Development of New Nano-Engineered Glass-Ceramic Proton Conducting Membranes, S.W. Martin, R.C. Belin, and J.T. Sutherland, Iowa State University
Interfacial Stability of Thin Film Hydrogen Sensors, R. Pitts, P. Liu, S.-H. Lee, and E. Tracy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, R. D. Smith and C. Salter, DCH Technology
Codes and Standards Analysis, M.R. Swain, E. Grilliot, P. Filoso, and M.N. Swain, University of Miami
Testing of High Pressure Hydrogen Composite Tanks, B.C. Odegard Jr., and G.J. Thomas, Sandia National Laboratories
Fuel Leak Simulation, M. R. Swain, University of Miami
Advanced Internal Combustion Electrical Generator, P. Van Blarigan, Sandia National Laboratories
Combustion of Hydrogen-Enriched Methane in a Lean Premixed Swirl Burner, R. W. Schefer, Sandia National Laboratories
Hydrogen/Natural Gas Blends for Heavy-Duty Applications, K. Collier, NRG Tech
Process Analysis Work for the DOE Hydrogen Program - 2000, W.A. Amos, M.K. Mann, P.L. Spath, and J.M. Lane, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
U.S. Department of Energy Hydrogen Program Infrastructure Activities, C. J. Hammel and R. Hewett, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Distributed Hydrogen Fueling Systems Analysis, C.E. Thomas, J.P. Reardon, F.D. Lomax, Jr., J. Pinyan and I.F. Kuhn, Jr., Directed Technologies, Inc.
Enhancing Strategic Management of the Hydrogen Option: Scenario Planning by the DOE Hydrogen Technical Advisory Panel, J. Ohi, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Hydrogen Technical Analysis, S. Lasher, M. Stratonova, and J. Thijssen, Arthur D. Little, Inc.
Commercial Applications for Stationary Fuel Cell Systems, D. Stevenson, CTA Energy Solutions
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Evaluation, L. Eudy and R. Parish, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, J. Leonard, Arthur D. Little-Acurex Environmental
International Energy Agency Agreement on the Production and Utilization of Hydrogen, C.C. Elam and C.E. Gregoire Padro, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Technoeconomic Analysis of Area II Hydrogen Production - Part 1, A. T-Raissi, Florida Solar Energy Center
IEA Hydrogen Annex 13 Transportation Applications Analysis, S.M. Schoenung, Longitude 122 West, Inc.
Technical Evaluations of DOE Projects and Storage Database, E.G. Skolnik, J. Miller, and C.Y. TerMaath, Energetics, Incorporated
Outreach Activities, L.A. Kervitsky, SENTECH, Inc.
Inventory and Gap Analysis of Federally Funded Research and Development Activities, C.C. Elam and H.L. Chum, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
NHA Hydrogen Safety Codes and Standards Activities, K. Miller, The National Hydrogen Association