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Hydrogen Energy Application of an Intelligent Active Dry-hydrogen Light-mixing System under a Carbon Neutralization Background

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DOI: 10.23977/ssge.2024.060105 | Downloads: 19 | Views: 211

Author(s)

Kunqin Cheng 1, Lujia Ye 1, Qile Chen 2, Jialiang Pan 1

Affiliation(s)

1 School of Business and Management, Jiaxing Nanhu University, Jiaxing, China
2 School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Jiaxing Nanhu University, Jiaxing, China

Corresponding Author

Jialiang Pan

ABSTRACT

With the worsening of global climate change, carbon neutrality has become the common goal of all countries. Hydrogen energy, as a clean and efficient energy source, plays an important role in the carbon neutralization process. In this paper, the application of an intelligent active dry-hydrogen light-mixing system in the field of transportation was studied by comparing and analyzing the technical routes of the hydrogen energy industry and combining them with the key technologies in the field of hydrogen energy application. The technical principle and working process of the intelligent active dry-hydrogen light-mixing system were established, and the economic and social benefits of the intelligent active dry-hydrogen light-mixing system were analyzed by taking Aneng Company (China) as an example. The application of an intelligent active dry-hydrogen light-mixing system in the field of transportation was examined.

KEYWORDS

Carbon Neutralization, Intelligent Active Dry-Hydrogen Light-Mixing System, Hydrogen Energy Application

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Kunqin Cheng, Lujia Ye, Qile Chen, Jialiang Pan, Hydrogen Energy Application of an Intelligent Active Dry-hydrogen Light-mixing System under a Carbon Neutralization Background. Smart Systems and Green Energy (2024) Vol. 6: 32-40. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/ssge.2024.060105.

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