Title: The Importance of Fast Responding Hydrogen Sensors in the Detection of Hydrogen Leaks
Authors: BRETT Lois
Citation: Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Safety Report vol. 2010 no. July p. 1-4
Publisher: National Hydrogen Association
Publication Year: 2010
JRC N°: JRC59579
URI: http://www.hydrogenandfuelcellsafety.info/2010/jul/hydrogenSensors.asp
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: Traditionally performance evaluation of chemical sensors, including hydrogen sensors, has focussed on their selectivity and sensitivity to the species of interest, as well as their operating life stability. However, the recognised importance of hydrogen sensor response time in safety applications means that this property is also receiving much attention, and increasingly stringent targets are being set. Rapid detection of hydrogen gas is essential to provide an early warning of an unwanted hydrogen release.
JRC Directorate:Energy, Transport and Climate

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