Nov 01, 2013 · Liquefied natural gas (LNG)Tanks for on-board storage as a fuel for automotive vehicles:EN 1160:Installations and equipment for liquefied natural gasGeneral characteristics of liquefied natural gas:EN 13645:Installations and equipment for liquefied natural gasDesign of onshore installations with a storage capacity between 5 t and 200 t
The use of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in transport is a suitable option to power large long-distance trucks in areas where gas is transported as liquefied natural gas because there are indigenous gas supplies and no gas network. The use of LNG in passenger cars is far less viable because on average passenger cars stand idle more often, which would give rise to high evaporative losses. Wed, Westport launches LNG tender product - Green Car Jun 05, 2013 · Pellerin noted that a 72-foot LNG tank car-based tender with 25.5 kgal of LNG could support a range of about 2,200 miles (3,540 km), with two locos per tender; a 53-foot intermodal unit-based tender (12.5 kgal) could offer similar range with 1 loco per tender. Westports tender will offer more than 10 kgal capacity.
Most Natural Gas fueling is done via pumping Most Hydrogen fueling today is done via pressure transfer Bulk transfer of GH 2 and LH 2 On-road H 2 stations have pumps/compressor(s) that slowly fill high-pressure buffer tanks, but flow through dispenser is PT Current pumps/compressors are too slow for direct fueling Challenges with speed of fill and gas temperature
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