Development of magnesium hydrides and new materials for sòlid State hydrogen storage
Tutor / directorBenito Páramo, José Antonio
CovenanteeUniversité de Lorraine
Document typeMaster thesis
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In recent years, hydrogen has emerged as one of the best candidates in the field of renewable energy. Solid storage of hydrogen is related to metal hydrides or chemical hydrides in nano-structured metals. In the project, the mechanical milling route from elemental powder will be used to develop nanostructured metal hydrides looking for large hydrogen storage capacity, as well as developing a proper container and heater for their applications in the transport sector.
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