Fast characterization of hydrogennatural gas mixtures with micromachined ultrasonic sensors
In the coming years, hydrogen will be widely distributed in the German pipeline network as a mixture with natural gas, seeking to enable its application in domestic and industrial environments. The content of hydrogen in this mixture needs to be monitored in different stages of the distribution process, given that it has a lower calorific value (in MJ/m³), as well as a higher diffusivity than natural gas. This monitoring process should particularly ensure that the prescribed safety limits for hydrogen concentration are preserved.
Visit us at booth 1-317/2 and talk to our scientists about your measurement tasks.
The Fraunhofer IPMS team is looking forward to meeting you!
Find more information about our topics at s.fhg.de/ipms-sut23.
Also visit our lecture on the topic at the SMSI conference on May 11 at 12:15 pm.
Speaker: Jorge Mario Monsalve Guaracao, Title: Rapid Characterisation of Mixtures of Hydrogen and Natural Gas by Means of Ultrasonic Time-Delay Estimation / Session A5 - Hydrogen Sensing, Room London