Molecular level investigations and stability analysis of mixed methane-tetrahydrofuran hydrates: Implications to energy storage

  title={Molecular level investigations and stability analysis of mixed methane-tetrahydrofuran hydrates: Implications to energy storage},
  author={Asheesh Kumar and Hari Prakash Veluswamy and Praveen Linga and Rajni Kant Kumar},
Ultra-rapid uptake and the highly stable storage of methane as combustible ice
Solidified natural gas (SNG) storage via combustible ice or clathrate hydrates presents an economically sound prospect, promising high volume density, and safe long-term storage.
Innovative Approach To Enhance the Methane Hydrate Formation at Near-Ambient Temperature and Moderate Pressure for Gas Storage Applications
The solidified natural gas (SNG) technology via hydrates is a promising and potential method for storing natural gas. It offers a compact mode of natural gas storage with high degree of safety. In
MXene (Ti3C2Tx) as a Promising Substrate for Methane Storage via Enhanced Gas Hydrate Formation.
It is demonstrated that MXene dispersion is promising for the storage of methane via MH with rapid formation kinetics, high storage capacity, and impressive cyclic stability and confirmed that the concentration-dependent promoting effect of MXene dispersions results from regulating the assembly of water molecules.
Molecular properties of interfaces relevant for clathrate hydrate agglomeration


Experimental Investigation To Elucidate Why Tetrahydrofuran Rapidly Promotes Methane Hydrate Formation Kinetics: Applicable to Energy Storage
Methane storage as SNG (solidified natural gas) in the form of clathrate hydrates is an emerging, economically feasible and environmentally benign technology for large scale storage. Mixed
Effect of additives on formation and decomposition kinetics of methane clathrate hydrates: Application in energy storage and transportation
Methane gas storage and transportation via clathrate hydrates is proposed to be a potential solution for large-scale energy storage. In this work, we study the formation and decomposition kinetics of
Tuning the composition of guest molecules in clathrate hydrates: NMR identification and its significance to gas storage.
Estimates for gas storage based on the ideal structures are presented, and it is shown how these must be modified given the little data available on hydrate composition.
Kinetic Studies on Methane Hydrate Formation in the Presence of Kinetic Inhibitor via in Situ Raman Spectroscopy
To fully understand the influence of kinetic inhibitor, poly-N-vinylcaprolactam (PVCap), on methane hydrate formation, gas uptake measurement (macroscopic point of view) and in situ Raman
Anomalous preservation of CH4 hydrate and its dependence on the morphology of hexagonal ice.
  • S. Takeya, J. Ripmeester
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    Chemphyschem : a European journal of chemical physics and physical chemistry
  • 2010
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