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March 30th, 2009

New hydrogen economy book available

Published on March 30th, 2009 | By: pwray@ceramics.org


The American Ceramic Society has just published a book on one of the most vibrant areas of energy research and development: Materials Innovations in an Emerging Hydrogen Economy (Ceramic Transactions Volume 202), edited by George Wicks and Jack Simon.

The book is a collection of new papers presented at the 2008 Materials Innovations in an Emerging Hydrogen Economy conference, organized by ACerS and ASM International, and endorsed by The National Hydrogen Association and the Society for Advancement of Material and Process Engineering. It features articles organized into the following five areas:

  • International Overview
  • Storage
  • Production
  • Delivery
  • Leakage Detection/Safety.

This volume is an essential resource for those working on hydrogen-related needs and challenges, including those in academia, government, and industry.

For ordering information, go click here, and the see all of ACerS’ book offerings, check out the Society’s bookstore.

Participants at the 2008 Hydrogen Economy meeting discussed the science and policy issues behind innovations like the emergence of fuel cell-powered vehicles such as this Toyota model that was demonstrated.

Participants at the 2008 Emerging Hydrogen Economy meeting discussed the science and policy issues behind innovations like the emergence of fuel cell-powered vehicles such as this Toyota model that was demonstrated.


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