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Table 1. Why Hydrogen?
1.2 HYDROGEN USE AS A MOTOR FUEL
Table 2. Challenges of Using Hydrogen
Table 3. Comparison of Fuel Cells to ICEs and Batteries
Figure 1. Operation of a Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell
Figure 2. PEM Fuel Cell Stack
Figure 3. Generic PEM Fuel Cell Engine Schematic
Figure 4. PEM Fuel Cell Engine and Electric Drive Motor for a Transit Bus
Figure 5. Wells-to-Wheels Fuel Use for Different Propulsion Systems
Figure 6. Operation of an SOFC Fuel Cell
Figure 7. Ford V10 Hydrogen Engine
1.3 HYDROGEN STORAGE ON VEHICLES
Figure 8. Gaseous Hydrogen Storage System
Figure 9. Liquid Hydrogen Fuel System
Figure 10. Liquid Hydrogen Fueling
1.4 REFORMING OF LIQUID FUELS
Figure 11. Onboard Methanol Reformer for a Bus
Figure 12. Electrolysis of Water to Produce Hydrogen and Oxygen
Table 4. Hydrogen Flammability Range and Ignition Energy
Figure 13. Hydrogen Flame
Figure 14. High-Pressure Storage Vessel Qualification Tests
Figure 15. Liquid Hydrogen Temperature
2.3 COMPARISON OF HYDROGEN TO OTHER MOTOR FUELS
2.4 HYDROGEN SAFETY PRINCIPLES
Figure 16. Hydrogen Vehicle Label in Accordance with SAE J2578
Figure 17. Fire Triangle
3. GUIDELINES FOR DESIGN AND OPERATION OF HYDROGEN SYSTEMS ON VEHICLES
3.1 GASEOUS HYDROGEN SYSTEMS
3.2 LIQUID HYDROGEN SYSTEMS
3.3 HIGH VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
Figure 18. Hazardous Voltage Symbol
3.5 HYDROGEN INJECTION SYSTEMS
4. GUIDELINES FOR DESIGN AND OPERATION OF HYDROGEN FUELING FACILITIES
4.1 COMPRESSED HYDROGEN FUELING
Figure 19. Hydrogen Tube Trailer
Figure 20. Liquid Hydrogen Storage Tank and Vaporizer
Figure 24. Hydrogen Fueling Station
4.2 LIQUID HYDROGEN FUELING
Figure 26. Liquid Hydrogen Fueling Nozzle and Vehicle Fuel Port
5. GUIDELINES FOR DESIGN AND OPERATION OF VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITIES
Figure 27. Hydrogen Detector Located at Ceiling Level
Figure 28. Explosion Proof Switches
5.2 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
6.1 RESPONDING TO AN INCIDENT
6.2 DETECTING HYDROGEN LEAKS
Figure 29. Hydrogen Leak Detector
Figure 30. Hydrogen Vehicle Fire Showing Ignited Hydrogen Released from PRD
APPENDIX A: OPERATION OF A FUEL CELL
PEM FUEL CELL
Figure 31. PEM Fuel Cell Construction
SOFC FUEL CELL
Figure 32. SOFC Construction Tubular Design
APPENDIX B: CODES AND STANDARDS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES
FEDERAL REGULATIONS
SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (SAE) STANDARDS
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION (ISO)
GLOSSARY
REFERENCES
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Guidelines H2 Fuel in CMVs Nov2007

Guidelines H2 Fuel in CMVs Nov2007

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