Which tools did you use to find your articles? Did you find one of the tools easier to use? If so, why?
I used Google scholar and Web of science for selecting articles on my topic of research. They both were equally helpful in figuring out the necessary articles. But, I found Web of science more efficient as it had a lot more filters to add on to the search.
In the course of this search, did you have any useless searches? If so, how did you improve the search?
Yes, there were a few links that deviated from my topic of concern. I added on filters and appropriate key words. Also, the key words in quotations improved my quality of search.
What searches did you use to find your articles (what keywords, in what set up, with what tool)? An example of this would be: I used Web of Science with the Topic search and the review article refinement, using the key words Lithium Battery.
I used Google scholar and Web of science for my searches. Initially, I browsed using just the key words to figure out the research papers on my topic and then, added review article filter to retain just the review papers on the topic.
How might you improve your search to get even better results next time? If your successful search had gotten only non-relevant results, what might you have done to improve your results?
I would have given in more relevant key words for the searches. Also, if my search had been unsuccessful, I would have tried adding in more filters in order to obtain results closer to what I have been looking for. I would have tried other search engines too.
RESEARCH PAPER REFERENCES:
- Assessment of feasible strategies for seasonal underground hydrogen storage in a saline aquifer
Sainz-Garcia,A ; Abarca, E ; Rubi, V ; Grandia, F
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, Volume: 42, Issue: 26, Pages: 16657-16666, Published: JUN 29 2017
Abstract- The paper focuses on conversion of surplus electrical energy to hydrogen and its storage in geological formations. A maximum hydrogen recovery ratio of 73% is implementable. Hydrogen has a lot of complications if not stored without a cushion gas. However, shallow extraction wells can minimize its effects. Steep drooping geological structures are key for efficient hydrogen storage.
- Mathematical modeling of unstable transport in underground hydrogen storage
Hagemann, B ; Rasoulzadeh, M ; Panfilov, M ; Ganzer, L ; Reitenbach;
ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCES, Volume: 73,Issue: 11, Pages: 6891-6898, Published: JUN 2015
Abstract-The hydro dynamic behaviour of Hydrogen, despite of microbial activity is distinctive compared to natural gas storage. Underground energy storage using hydrogen helps in the storage of intermitents energy generated from the renewable energy sources, utilizing them to their maximum.
- A coupled, pore-scale model for methanogenic microbial activity in underground hydrogen storage
Ebigbo, A ; Golfier, F ; Quintard, M .;
ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES; Volume: 61; Pages: 74-85; Published: NOV 2013
Abstract-Seasonal fluctuations in energy production and storage can be sorted using underground hydrogen energy storage. The model pertains to a process of conversion of hydrogen gas to methane, diffused into microbial thin films of multiple species and their consumption.A simulation has been performed showing the growth process of these bio films.
- Hydrogen underground storage in Romania, potential directions of development, stakeholders and general aspects
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY; Volume: 39; Issue: 21; Pages: 11071-11081; Published: JUL 15 2014
Abstract-This paper shows a case study of Hydrogen Underground storage in Romania and the potential for sustainability in terms of lasting energy consumption. The situation in Romania report to potential use in chemical industry,transport sector and salt industry. More study is to be done in order to enhance the storage and usage options of underground hydrogen energy storage.
- PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND ENERGY ASPECTS OF UNDERGROUND HYDROGEN STORAGE
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY; Volume: 4; Issue: 6; Pages: 559-569; Published: 1979
Abstract-This paper describes about the various aspects of underground storage, its merits and demerits over each other and the choice of selection based on the geography and type of storage.
- Re-envisioning the role of hydrogen in a sustainable energy economy
John Andrews, Bahman Shabani
Abstract-This paper’s concept of convergence is towards the sustainability and suitability of Hydrogen as an energy storage option pertaining to renewable energy resources’ intermittent tendency.
- Overview of current development in electrical energy storage technologies and the application potential in power system operation
Xing Luo, Jihong Wang, Mark Dooner, Jonathan Clarke
Abstract-This is a paper that over views on the many available types of energy storage and the state of art in electric energy storage(EES). A compilation of the reviewed technologies’ merits and demerits are listed henceforth.
REVIEW PAPER REFERENCES:
- The survey of key technologies in hydrogen energy storage
Zhang, Fan ; Zhao, PC (Zhao, Pengcheng; Niu, Meng; Maddy, Jon
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY; Volume: 41; Issue: 33; Pages: 14535-14552; Published: SEP 7 2016
Abstract-The paper provides an overview on the key elements involved in hydrogen energy storage system, from hydrogen production by fossil fuels to electricity generated from renewable power sources and hydrogen storage in both pressurized gas, liquefied and material-based methods, as well as associated electricity generation technologies using hydrogen. The emphasis on Hydrogen as a mode of energy storage has been clearly established in this paper.
- Technical and economic assessment of methods for the storage of large quantities of hydrogen
J.B.Taylor, J.E.A. Alderson, K.M. Kalyanam, A.B.Lyle, L.A.Phillips
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (ISSN 0360-3199); vol. 11, no. 1, 1986, p. 5-22.
Abstract-Storage of hydrogen can be generally done above or below the ground level. The storage of hydrogen in the underground involves storing them as cryogenic liquids or high pressured storage. This involves naturally and artificially created cavities. Cost effectiveness of each scenario is described and not compared with one another. To increase the flexibility of the storage and to add economic aspect to the large storage, cost of storage can be added between 30-300% of cost of Hydrogen. The result involves considering many factors in mind while oping for Hydrogen energy storage.
- Storage of hydrogenous gas mixture in geological formations: Self-organisation in presence of chemotaxis
Toleukhanov, A; Panfilov, M ; Kaltayev, A
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY; Volume: 40; Issue: 46; Pages: 15952-15962
Abstract-The Hydrogen storage is still under study even in the 21st century despite its very high potential to store energy in chemical form. This is due to the potential reactions that could occur inside the storage.
This paper addresses the concept of reaction of hydrogen and carbon-di-oxide to form methane due to microbial reactions. It considers qualitative theories for the same and more complex cases and provides the solution for two phase flow in a porous medium and bacterial movement.