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Innovate, Manufacture, Deploy & Operate

Harness advanced computation and analytics and maximize the potential of your energy technology or projects. By leveraging these tools, you can unlock significant benefits and drive optimal performance.

Lifecycle Management - Innovators, Manufactures, Developers, Financial Institutions, Operators 

Hydrogen's interaction with polymers and metals in infrastructure and storage systems poses a significant challenge that needs to be addressed. Understanding the impact of hydrogen on these materials is crucial to ensure the development of robust hydrogen storage infrastructure. Polymers and metals can undergo degradation, embrittlement, or other structural changes when exposed to hydrogen. These effects can compromise the integrity and performance of the infrastructure and storage systems, leading to safety risks and reduced operational efficiency. Therefore, it is essential to gain a comprehensive understanding of these impacts to design materials and systems that can withstand hydrogen exposure effectively. Developing a thorough comprehension of the effects of hydrogen on polymers and metals requires extensive research and testing. This involves studying the mechanisms of hydrogen-induced degradation, such as hydrogen embrittlement and hydrogen-induced cracking. It also requires evaluating the compatibility of various materials with hydrogen and identifying potential vulnerabilities or limitations. By conducting comprehensive investigations, researchers and engineers can develop strategies to mitigate the negative impacts of hydrogen on infrastructure and storage systems, ensuring their long-term durability and reliability. Furthermore, understanding the impact of hydrogen on materials facilitates the design of hydrogen storage infrastructure that is resilient and meets safety standards. This knowledge enables the selection or development of appropriate materials and coatings that can withstand the challenges associated with hydrogen exposure. It also informs the design of storage systems to minimize the risk of leaks, ensure structural integrity, and optimize storage capacity. By addressing the hydrogen-material interaction, robust and safe hydrogen storage infrastructure can be established, promoting the widespread adoption of hydrogen as a clean and sustainable energy carrier.

Lifecycle Management | Innovators

H2-Sto Portfolio

H2 vs Polymers & Metals

Harness the power of our advanced computing tools to gain a comprehensive understanding of how hydrogen impacts the performance of polymers and metals utilized in hydrogen infrastructure and storage. Our capabilities encompass a wide range of applications, including hydrogen blending in natural gas pipelines, hydrogen storage vessels for fueling stations and vehicles, hydrogen dispensing components [such as hoses, seals, and nozzles], materials discovery, and accelerated test methods specific to hydrogen.


Our research activities encompass high-pressure testing of samples in hydrogen, multi-scale modeling of hydrogen effects, and microstructural engineering of materials to enhance their resistance to hydrogen-induced effects. With a combination of high-performance computing, large language models, and generative design capabilities, our tools unlock invaluable insights that were previously unattainable. Experience the future of hydrogen-related research and development with our innovative computing solutions.

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