How to Measure the Thermal Conductivity of Metal Hydrides

Fundamentals and Applications



Metal hydrides (MHs) have long been targeted for their efficiency and safety in hydrogen storage applications. These applications include stationary energy storage, hydrogen solid sorbent systems for on-demand hydrogen accessibility, and hydrogen vehicles. In these applications, the MH performance is highly subject to the level of reactivity, weight/load percentage, and accessibility. A key factor governing these behaviors, especially under a temperature load, is thermal conductivity. Join us for this webinar where we will dive into how thermal conductivity influences MH performance and how groups are working to solve these problems using thermal conductivity characterization methods such as the Modified Transient Plane Source (MTPS). 

This webinar aired on April 9, 2024 @ 1:00PM GMT-3.

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