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Hydrogen uses

Hydrogen uses

Hydrogen uses

(OP)
I've got a large amount of hydrogen in a fairly remote area
(limitted pipe lines). So I would like to know what is already out there as far as powerfull 300 hp or more in combustion engines? I also need a contact.

RE: Hydrogen uses


Vinny:

Your question is less than clear. Is your hydrogen in storage tanks? Underground caverns? Or did you mean you had a hydrogen synthesis plant? Or what?

Are you looking for sales outlets or what? When you mentioned combustion engines ... are you thinking of using the hydrogen as fuel in an internal combustion engine? That can be VERY dangerous unless you really know what you are doing.

Milton Beychok
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RE: Hydrogen uses

(OP)
Milton,

We are a small monomers plant in the east part of Iowa. That is why I was looking for a use more than a market. If you have a economical idea for marketing our hydrogen I would be interested in your comments.

RE: Hydrogen uses

Vinny:

If you have a nearby ammonia synthesis plant or an oil refinery, you should be able to sell the hydrogen to them. But they would have to be quite close to avoid building an expensive pipeline.

You probably could use it as a fuel, but be VERY careful. Hydrogen has a VERY wide
flammability range ... from 4 percent to 74 percent in air.

Milton Beychok
mbeychok@home.com
Air Pollution Dispersion Modeling
Visit my URL to learn about "Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion",
the most comprehensive book on air dispersion modeling of
continuous, buoyant air pollution plumes. Site includes published
peer reviews and complete Table of Contents.

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