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Study on behaviour of ambient hydraulic cycling test for 70 MPa type-3 hydrogen composite cylinder

Abstract

Hydrogen used in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles is the flammable gas which has wide flammable range and flame propagation speed is very fast. This fuel cell vehicle equipped with high-pressure vessel in the form of fuel to supply the high pressure hydrogen storage system needs to be checked carefully about a special safety design and exact weak point for high pressure repeated fatigue. 70 L liner and 70 MPa Type-3 vessel were tested using the equipments which can perform ambient hydraulic cycling test and burst test in the Korea Gas Safety Corporation. And it was performed to identify the internal external behaviour through the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and real leakage mode for high pressure repeated fatigue when subjected to be pressurized in vessel. 70 L liner and 70 MPa Type-3 vessel were tested using the equipments which can perform ambient hydraulic cycling test and burst test in the Korea Gas Safety Corporation. And it was performed to identify the internal external behaviour through the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and real leakage mode for high pressure repeated fatigue when subjected to be pressurized in vessel. Through this study, liner of type-3 hydrogen vessel is ruptured first on cylindrical (body) part than Dome part in 8.5 MPa. Also the same Phenomena are confirmed through the Finite Element Analysis (FEA). External composite leakage mode in ambient hydraulic cycling test was occurred in different area such as the Dome, Dome knuckle and cylindrical (body) parts. But cracks of inner liner for gas tight were occurred in only cylindrical (body) parts. Also in FEA results, when vessel is pressurized, Dome knuckle and cylindrical (body) parts is weakest among all parts because of expansion of cylindrical (body) parts.

Related subjects: Safety
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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2013-09-13
2021-06-15
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