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524 002 004
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524 002 004
A cryogenic pressure vessel developed and installed in an experimental hybrid vehicle by a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory research team can hold liquid hydrogen for six days without venting any of the fuel. As compared to today's liquid hydrogen tanks capable of holding hydrogen for merely two to four days. The LLNL experimental hybrid vehicle demonstrated the longest driving distance on a single tank of hydrogen (650) miles. The recent thermal endurance experiments validate the key benefit of cryogenic pressure vessel: They deliver the high density of liquid of liquid hydrogen storage without the evaporative losses. This research is part of DOE's National Hydrogen Storage Project to demonstrate advanced hydrogen-storage materials and designs. For more information or additional images, please contact 202-586-5251.
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