Enabling Broader Deployment of H2 Blending with Embedded Hydrogen Microsensor (H2M) Technology
GTI Energy is proposing a project for development and evaluation of in-situ H2 microsensors (H2M) that can measure the real-time fraction of hydrogen in a blended fuel stream. An embedded sensor will allow system and equipment controls to react to variations in hydrogen within gas-fired combustion equipment or low-pressure gas distribution systems. Researchers will develop a novel H2M module for in-situ measuring of H2 natural gas blends over a range up to 50% by volume.
In addition to providing data that allows the system to be adjusted immediately, the sensors will also allow operators to isolate behind-the-meter sections of distribution and end use equipment depending on blend rates to help ensure compatibility and safe operation.
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