A deep dive into hydrogen fuel analysis for a cleaner future
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Dive into the heart of hydrogen fuel analysis in our upcoming webinar, where Dr. Kiran Piduru, market development specialist, Markes International, will uncover the hidden impurities in this vital clean energy source. These impurities not only hinder fuel cell efficiency but also raise pollution concerns, emphasizing the need for rigorous testing methods like ISO 14687 and ASTM 7892.

Join us as and explore cutting-edge techniques such as pre-concentration/thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry for precise identification of impurities including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), hydrocarbons, sulfur compounds, halogenated compounds, and aldehydes.

Discover how these compounds threaten fuel cell performance and learn about robust analysis methods employing thermal desorption–gas chromatography–mass spectrometry/dedicated detectors. This webinar will also spotlight innovative sampling strategies and advancements in water management to enhance sensitivity and accuracy, ensuring compliance with stringent detection limits.

Key learning objectives

  • Understand diverse impurities found in hydrogen fuel, including total organic halides, total non-methane hydrocarbons, total sulfur compounds, formaldehyde, and trace VOCs contaminants
  • Learn about governing quality standards, such as ISO 14687, ASTM 7892, ASTM D7676, EN 17124, GB/T 37244, SAE J2719, ISO 19880, and ISO 21087
  • Understand the safety implications of impurities on hydrogen fuel systems, ensuring optimal performance
  • Explore how impurities impact fuel cells in transportation, stationary power generation, industrial processes, and energy storage

Who should attend?

  • Researchers, scientists, and academics in hydrogen fuel development
  • Industry professionals from automotive, aerospace, energy, and transportation sectors
  • Regulatory bodies, policymakers, and environmentalists concerned with hydrogen fuel standards
  • Students and academics studying alternative energy sources and their applications
  • Manufacturers and suppliers involved in hydrogen fuel production, storage, and distribution
  • Anyone interested in advancing hydrogen fuel technology

Certificate of attendance
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.

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