Gaseous Hydrogen Station Test Apparatus: Verification of Hydrogen Dispenser Performance Utilizing Vehicle Representative Test Cylinders 2005-01-0002
The paper includes the development steps used in creating a station test apparatus (STA) and a description of the apparatus design. The purpose of this device is to simulate hydrogen vehicle conditions for the verification of gaseous hydrogen refueling station dispenser performance targets and hydrogen quality. This is done at the refueling station/vehicle interface (i.e. the refueling nozzle.)
In addition, the device is to serve as a means for testing and developing future advanced fueling algorithms and protocols. The device is to be outfitted with vehicle representative container cylinders and sensors located inside and outside the apparatus to monitor refueling rate, ambient and internal gas temperature, pressure and weight of fuel transferred. Data is to be recorded during refueling and graphed automatically.
Citation: Schneider, J., Mathison, S., Ward, J., Taha, E. et al., "Gaseous Hydrogen Station Test Apparatus: Verification of Hydrogen Dispenser Performance Utilizing Vehicle Representative Test Cylinders," SAE Technical Paper 2005-01-0002, 2005, https://doi.org/10.4271/2005-01-0002. Download Citation
Jesse M. Schneider, Steven Mathison, Justin Ward, Eloi Taha, John Tillman, Mark Richards, David Zuckerman, Kenneth Kriha, Michael Short, William Collins, Glen Scheffler, Andrés Fernández Durán, Frank Niezabytowski, Todd Suckow, William Chernicoff, Spencer Quong, Joseph Cohen
DaimlerChrysler Corporation, Honda R&D Americas, Inc., Toyota Technical Center, U.S.A., Inc., Nissan Technical Center, North America, Inc., Hyundai America, Technical Center Inc., Gas Technology Institute, UTC Fuel Cells, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, US Department of Transportation, Quong and Associates, Inc., Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.
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