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U.S. develops hydrogen tank

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The US Army is developing new hydrogen-powered combat vehicles. In the future, the US armed forces will receive not only armored vehicles, but also BMP and Tanks.




United States Armed Forces are developing promising hydrogen fuel cell combat vehicles. The list includes infantry fighting vehicles and tanks, and the development is led by scientists from the US Army Combat Capability Management Center (GVSC) and the Ground Forces Research Laboratory.

According to new data from the Center for Land Vehicles, the US Army is engaged in an in-depth study and evaluation of fuel cell energy technology. Scientists expect that new developments will provide Washington with tactical advantages when using land vehicles.

Fuel cells generate electricity almost silently, efficiently and do not cause increased harm to the environment. Their energy efficiency is higher than that of internal combustion engines, and the hydrogen used as fuel can come from various sources: it can be produced from any water-based liquid, such as coffee, sports drinks or even urine. Moreover, existing fuels such as gasoline, propane and natural gas can also be used to extract hydrogen.

Hydrogen is the most common element on the planet. Potentially, many scientists see it as a future replacement for gasoline and diesel fuel.

The challenge is to reduce oil dependence


Although the latest hydrogen fuel cell technologies are expected to reduce environmental damage in the long run, they are primarily aimed at reducing oil dependence. In addition, the technology provides an important element of stealth: machines, on hydrogen, do not produce smoke, noticeable noise or smell, do not emit significant amounts of heat.

Scientists from commercial companies working for the army are currently developing unified hydrogen platforms to create the future tank and infantry fighting vehicle.

The new hydrogen power unit provides a number of advantages, including high torque, which should allow the future tank to overcome uneven terrain; quiet mobility; reduced acoustic and thermal characteristics; weight reduction of a combat vehicle; the possibility of obtaining fuel from several sources. But at the same time, a separate issue is related to security.
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  1. Observer2014
    Observer2014 27 August 2019 17: 58
    +2
    Their right. What they want and let them develop. You can think after a massive nuclear strike they and we will care about tanks.
    1. Kontrik
      Kontrik 27 August 2019 18: 14
      -1
      Quote: Observer2014
      You might think after a massive nuclear strike they and we will care about tanks.

      Well, tanks are useful to us (they have anti-nuclear protection for a couple of days) .. But I don’t know their hydrogen. Although the development is promising and not necessary for tanks. hi
      1. Svarog
        Svarog 27 August 2019 18: 46
        +8
        Quote: Kontrik
        Although the development is promising and not necessary for tanks.

        What a fake, why do you need to start with tanks? Given that the goal is to reduce dependence on oil .. go massively to hydrogen in civilian cars, a very strange article.
        1. A1845
          A1845 28 August 2019 09: 38
          0
          Quote: Svarog
          very strange article

          and without signature
          fun for someone ..
        2. insafufa
          insafufa 28 August 2019 11: 33
          0
          Hydrogen is very explosive worse than gasoline.
      2. smershxnumx
        smershxnumx 27 August 2019 19: 15
        +4
        Fuel cells generate electricity almost silently, efficiently and do not cause increased harm to the environment.

        Yeah ... All the rules ... Only when the fuel cell is destroyed and hydrogen combines with oxygen - one spark (and it will be more than sure) - a big fuck-bang-bang will almost certainly happen .... IMHO ....
        1. Albert1988
          Albert1988 27 August 2019 23: 08
          -3
          Quote: smerx24
          Yeah ... All the rules ... Only when the fuel cell is destroyed and hydrogen combines with oxygen - one spark (and it will be more than sure) - a big fuck-bang-bang will almost certainly happen .... IMHO ....

          The problem here is different - hydrogen engines have been worked on for a long time and as a result we have found out the most unpleasant thing - when hydrogen burns, suitable temperature conditions are created for the reaction of oxygen with ... nitrogen, with nitrogen !!!! At the same time, as for evil, such "cute" nitrogen oxides as NO2 (the same "fox's tail") and N2O (the same "laughing gas") are formed ... And the most piquant thing is that the reactions of oxygen with nitrogen do not begin It’s very difficult to compete with the reactions of oxygen and hydrogen, reducing the efficiency of a potential hydrogen engine very noticeably.
          So the pollution of the atmosphere from hydrogen energy will be worse than from "conventional" oil.
        2. Starover_Z
          Starover_Z 27 August 2019 23: 08
          0
          Quote: smerx24
          Yeah ... All the rules ... Only when the fuel cell is destroyed and hydrogen combines with oxygen - one spark (and it will be more than sure) - a big fuck-bang-bang will almost certainly happen .... IMHO ....

          Well, if so ... Then go for American tanks!
        3. Angelica
          Angelica 28 August 2019 04: 42
          -1
          smersh24 (smersh24)
          ... the combination of hydrogen with oxygen - one spark (and it will be, more than sure) - a big fuck-bang-bang will almost certainly happen .... IMHO .....

          What are you doing? crying
          In most cases, hydrogen and oxygen form a water molecule (H2O). Usually. What is there to plow?
          https://lektsii.org/9-63515.html
          In its pure form, hydrogen is explosive.
          1. Letun
            Letun 28 August 2019 08: 12
            +1
            Quote: angelica
            In most cases, hydrogen and oxygen form a water molecule (H2O). Usually. What is there to plow?

            The "great chemist" is apparently not aware of the reaction that occurs when hydrogen is oxidized lol Burning occurs, dear. Indeed, what is there to plow? laughing
    2. Shurik70
      Shurik70 27 August 2019 18: 16
      +13
      Hydrogen engines have repeatedly tried to implement, there is technically nothing complicated. There are only three problems.
      Firstly, a source of hydrogen. It’s just that a cylinder with hydrogen loses to a gas tank - a gas tank of the same weight as a cylinder contains more energy, and takes up less space. And alkali metal hydrides will spend most of the energy received from the engine on the extraction of hydrogen.
      Secondly, explosiveness. The notorious catastrophes of the Zeppelin airship, the Kursk submarines, are due to hydrogen. But there were a lot of lesser known.
      Third, the price. Every kilowatt of energy received from a hydrogen engine is more expensive than gasoline.

      So most likely just another money laundering amid an increase in the army budget.
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 27 August 2019 18: 36
        +2
        Fourthly, this is simply not practical.
        1. Shurik70
          Shurik70 27 August 2019 18: 40
          +2
          Quote: Spade
          Fourthly, this is simply not practical.

          Just this table unsuccessfully shows inexpediency. From the table is done false The conclusion is that a hydrogen cylinder in only four atmospheres makes all other types of fuel (except natural gas) as standing. But you can download a hundred atmospheres.
          1. Lopatov
            Lopatov 27 August 2019 18: 42
            +6
            For the tank, it is extremely important not the weight but the volume. And about the weight ... systems for the safe storage of hydrogen will successfully devour it.
          2. Nycomed
            Nycomed 27 August 2019 20: 36
            0
            But can hydrogen be liquefied at this pressure? Did not know. what
      2. Angelo Provolone
        Angelo Provolone 28 August 2019 00: 52
        +1
        Do not confuse weight with volume. At the same weight, hydrogen is many times more energy intensive.
    3. tol100v
      tol100v 27 August 2019 21: 53
      +2
      Quote: Observer2014
      Their right. What they want and let them develop

      Just a few questions! The first is that in the SGA diesel fuel (diesel) is over? Or did the states learn to produce hydrogen from nothing in the desert? Or did they learn to prevent the flow-outflow of hydrogen in technological processes? Or its conservation On board and bases? And such technogenic issues, not even the sea - OCEAN! For example, you all know how pure alcohol flows in the corners of the lips when you take it in its pure form, but pure hydrogen makes it ten times better through all the compounds that people invented, since its ATOM is less than EVERYTHING! So what they want is what they are developing! And we have hope for C-2-H-5-OH == (OUR)!
      1. Angelo Provolone
        Angelo Provolone 28 August 2019 00: 53
        -1
        ... and a trampoline.
    4. vkl.47
      vkl.47 27 August 2019 22: 12
      -1
      Jabber. The transports will not allow this.
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  3. MoJloT
    MoJloT 27 August 2019 17: 59
    +3
    it can be produced from any water-based fluid
    Very convenient when you are fighting in the desert.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 27 August 2019 19: 04
      +1
      Quote: MoJloT
      Very convenient when you are fighting in the desert.

      The company went to the toilet "on small", distilled into hydrogen and went to chase the nomads.
      1. Nycomed
        Nycomed 27 August 2019 20: 37
        -1
        This is already from the category of jokes. lol
  4. Amateur
    Amateur 27 August 2019 18: 01
    +5
    It’s sinking, it’s sinking! soldier
  5. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 27 August 2019 18: 03
    0
    and lope will this brontosaurus consume fuel?
  6. Ros 56
    Ros 56 27 August 2019 18: 04
    0
    So you have to hit the engine or tank, there will be fireworks.
    1. Alex_You
      Alex_You 27 August 2019 18: 20
      0
      Diesel fuel vapors also explode quite well, while Amer’s generally ride kirosin.
      1. Ros 56
        Ros 56 27 August 2019 18: 30
        +2
        Diesel vapors compared to hydrogen are water.
        1. Alex_You
          Alex_You 27 August 2019 18: 35
          0
          Or maybe they will pump water instead of pure hydrogen into tanks. It would be interesting.
          1. Ros 56
            Ros 56 27 August 2019 18: 40
            0
            About 35–40 years ago, we installed on a Zhiguli according to this scheme; water had to be decomposed into hydrogen and oxygen. Even worked, but alas, did not go, expensive, I just don’t remember the details.
            1. tihonmarine
              tihonmarine 27 August 2019 19: 08
              0
              Quote: Ros 56
              Even worked, but alas, did not go, expensive, I just don’t remember the details.

              If it were cheap, the whole world would have been driving such engines. The whole family went to the toilet and drove to the cottage.
            2. Simargl
              Simargl 27 August 2019 19: 49
              0
              Quote: Ros 56
              Even worked, but alas, did not go, expensive, I just don’t remember the details.
              The details are as follows: when burning hydrogen, we get water, i.e. you need to spend energy to decompose water, and then get water ... a tricky move ... wassat
  7. Thrifty
    Thrifty 27 August 2019 18: 04
    0
    In fact, its increased fire and explosion hazard so far cancel out the indicated "advantages" in the form of an abundance of hydrogen in the environment.
    1. Simargl
      Simargl 27 August 2019 19: 53
      0
      Quote: Thrifty
      In fact, its increased fire and explosion hazard so far cancel out the indicated "advantages" in the form of an abundance of hydrogen in the environment.
      Not really. They use the same natural gas and do not steam.
      There are two problems ... even three:
      1 - it is difficult to pump and store fuel,
      2 - energy storage density is very low,
      3 - superfluidity of hydrogen.
  8. kosmozoo
    kosmozoo 27 August 2019 18: 15
    -1
    To general frost will be added General Volorod.
  9. Shkworen
    Shkworen 27 August 2019 18: 22
    -2
    But have you learned how to safely store hydrogen?
    the tanks are not driven on even road autobahns, but on the roads it’s mostly shaking there and all that, but hydrogen doesn’t really like it :)
    1. Nestorovich
      Nestorovich 27 August 2019 18: 41
      -3
      Quote: Shkworen
      But have you learned how to safely store hydrogen?
      the tanks are not driven on even road autobahns, but on the roads it’s mostly shaking there and all that, but hydrogen doesn’t really like it :)

      Do you know what fuel cells are? Or have you come here to talk about what kind of Americans are stupid? lol
      1. Shkworen
        Shkworen 27 August 2019 18: 42
        -2
        I have an idea, but not really, how it will behave in off-road conditions :)
        1. Nestorovich
          Nestorovich 27 August 2019 18: 57
          -2
          Quote: Shkworen
          I have an idea, but not really, how it will behave in off-road conditions :)

          and with what fright they are afraid of shaking ???
          10 years ago Toyota provided not just some elements, a car with a hydrogen fuel tank, but you are talking about shaking. laughing
          1. Mestny
            Mestny 27 August 2019 19: 58
            -3
            And where is she? Where are hydrogen fuel cell engines?
            Or podryakat for the Americans came about what kind of Russian stupid?
            1. Greenwood
              Greenwood 28 August 2019 02: 49
              +6
              Toyota Mirai has been in serial production and sale for 5 years.

              I saw these in Japan, they look quite civilian.
      2. AU Ivanov.
        AU Ivanov. 27 August 2019 19: 45
        +1
        Hydrogen fuel cells have been developed for 80 years. All develop and develop. But the Americans are not, not stupid, about sawing them ahead of the rest.
  10. K-50
    K-50 27 August 2019 18: 28
    -1
    I can imagine what kind of fireworks will be when a hydrogen fuel cell is damaged by a cumulative jet or OBPS blank.
    Here, certainly, there will be no talk of any survival of the crew, nor of the crew itself after. lol
  11. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 27 August 2019 18: 46
    +3
    [do not emit significant amounts of heat]
    Is it like that? Let fuel cell efficiency be higher, but they MUST give out heat! Proportional to the amount of electric power generated. Well, the law of thermodynamics, alas ...
    And where are they going to store the right amount of hydrogen? After all, it is light, and in a liquefied state a liter weighs very little. Volumetric cryobanks? Hydrogen-rich titanium powder? While such elements, even for space, are not very used ...
    1. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 27 August 2019 19: 03
      0
      I honestly don’t know. But if the piston can be moved by thermal expansion, then why not by heat absorption request
      I hope someone understood my scribble
      1. Maki Avellevich
        Maki Avellevich 27 August 2019 19: 25
        +2
        Quote: igorbrsv
        But if the piston can be moved by thermal expansion, then why not by heat absorption

        the piston is not driven "by thermal expansion"
        why not due to heat absorption

        why not, steam engine for example. water absorbs heat into steam and so on ....

        read a little about this topic, otherwise I took and answered your post, which was not fully reasoned.
        1. igorbrsv
          igorbrsv 27 August 2019 19: 48
          0
          I meant something like the Peltier effect. I have a little "holiday" again. The penultimate day at the workplace. So thoughts are lost in the evenings request
          1. Maki Avellevich
            Maki Avellevich 27 August 2019 20: 22
            0
            Quote: igorbrsv
            I meant something like the Peltier effect. I have a little "holiday" again. The penultimate day at the workplace. So thoughts are lost in the evenings

            the feast is holy in reasonable quantities.
            Peltier is a cool thing, but unfortunately it is very limited in use as a power source.
            for refrigerators and matrixes of photo cameras for astronomers who like to go, it’s going to cool.
            1. igorbrsv
              igorbrsv 27 August 2019 20: 24
              0
              But there is. Can not argue request
          2. iljael
            iljael 29 August 2019 09: 56
            +1
            The Peltier element generates more heat than cold.
      2. Simargl
        Simargl 27 August 2019 19: 58
        +1
        Quote: igorbrsv
        I hope someone understood my scribble
        Stirling's engine. Not?
        1. igorbrsv
          igorbrsv 27 August 2019 20: 35
          0
          Yes, and read about him. But her No.
          I don't remember exactly about him. Perhaps I'll add it tomorrow. Chet is "tired" drinks
        2. igorbrsv
          igorbrsv 27 August 2019 21: 22
          0
          For example, the Scourge effect. If you use it as a direct source of energy, the effect is one, but if as a current transducer is different. You can apply voltage of the same polarity to it, heat the gas, and there will be losses when the piston moves. And if the polarity is different, then the gas will cool. The piston will be
          also move, but at the same time generate heat all because of the same friction forces. This is not a perpetual motion machine. Just the efficiency will be higher, probably.
          Although who knows. It would be appropriate education.
          Could formulate his thought in a different way, could be a rich man
          1. Simargl
            Simargl 27 August 2019 21: 27
            +1
            Quote: igorbrsv
            If you use it as a direct source of energy, the effect is one, but if as a current transducer is different.
            The Peltier element is a transducer (thermoelectric reversible), not a source.
            Quote: igorbrsv
            It would be appropriate education.
            There is wikipedia for this wassat
            1. igorbrsv
              igorbrsv 28 August 2019 05: 06
              0
              belay here hto something not so sober wrote yesterday on my behalf. I punished him in the morning. I didn’t give a hangover. Punished until evening am
              And on behalf of that inadequacy, I apologize.
              Ps: he says the type of element is good. You can add somewhere, increasing the efficiency of the entire device
            2. Maki Avellevich
              Maki Avellevich 28 August 2019 06: 43
              +1
              Quote: Simargl
              The Peltier element is a transducer (thermoelectric reversible), not a source.

              Pelt works both ways.
              1. Simargl
                Simargl 28 August 2019 07: 11
                0
                Quote: Maki Avellievich
                Pelt works both ways.

                Quote: Maki Avellievich
                Quote: Simargl
                (thermoelectric reversible)
  12. demo
    demo 27 August 2019 18: 46
    +4
    Here's the thing.
    Americans are not going to carry liquefied hydrogen.
    This is both dangerous and not economically viable.
    They are going to use some kind of hydrogen compounds with either metals or non-metals.
    There are examples of such compounds - gaseous compounds with hydrogen form the majority of non-metals and some metals of the main subgroups:

    fluorine (HF), chlorine (HCl), bromine (HBr), iodine (HI), astatine (HAt), sulfur (H2S), selenium (H2Se), tellurium (H2Te), polonium (H2Po), nitrogen (NH3), phosphorus (PH3), arsenic (AsH3), antimony (SbH3), bismuth (BiH3, very unstable), carbon (CH4), silicon (SiH4), germanium (GeH4), tin (SnH4b, lead) B4H2).

    Unlike nitrogen, phosphorus and arsenic, but like antimony, bismuth does not form a stable hydride. Bismuth hydride, bismuthine (BiH 3), is an endothermic compound that spontaneously decomposes into elements even at room temperature. It is stable at temperatures below -60 ° C.
    Bismuthites are intermetallic compounds between bismuth and other metals.

    They will choose those that begin to decompose at high plus temperatures.
    And then the second stage.
    Hydrogen fuel cells.

    A hydrogen fuel cell generates electricity during an electrochemical reaction in which the atoms of the hydrogen supplied under pressure decompose into electrons and protons. Electrons enter the external circuit, an electric current is created. Then the protons pass through the membrane where oxygen and electrons combine with them. The only byproduct of this reaction is water vapor and heat.

    Unlike existing internal combustion engines, hydrogen fuel cell systems do not have moving parts, the loss of efficiency during operation is minimal.

    Here is such a horseradish with carrots.
    It is difficult and very expensive.
    Most likely - drank dough.

    Particularly encouraged by the Americans' concern for the environment.
    "Fuel cells generate electricity virtually silently, efficiently and are not environmentally friendly."

    Even weapons designed for completely non-humane purposes must take care of the rest of humanity.
    This is where the humanity of the US military has stepped.
    Our Shoigu and Gerasimov couldn’t even dream of such a break.
    1. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 27 August 2019 18: 58
      -1
      At first I scolded skeptical comments. But after reading yours I realized that mine is not awkward. is it so bad? If you rely on tanks, then I’m kind of worried about the safety of my skin
      1. demo
        demo 27 August 2019 19: 02
        0
        Dont worry.
        From the prototype to the end of the test, the Americans sometimes have twice as much passage time as ours.
        Money is such a substance. which is always not enough, how many do not ask.
        They, as I learned today, developed their own BMP.
        Swelled a billion bucks. and then the program was closed.
        Everything is there as here
        1. igorbrsv
          igorbrsv 27 August 2019 19: 08
          -1
          I hope they will also saw it and forget it. And then they are unnecessary for me to tread the beds here. If only as trophies as an eternal tractor
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  14. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 27 August 2019 19: 05
    0
    No, this is utopia. Certainly not in the near future.
  15. Azazelo
    Azazelo 27 August 2019 19: 08
    0
    Well, yes, all over the world people are stupid and make omnivorous engines on tanks so that you can tidy up whatever comes to hand, but here .... I suppose Ilon Mask gave the idea ....
    1. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 27 August 2019 19: 16
      0
      Omnivorous wassat We have straight the whole periodic table lying underfoot. He likes diesel, he likes something else. I hope they will not work with our occupation
      1. demo
        demo 27 August 2019 19: 58
        +1
        Well, why are you like that.
        The modern tank engine is multi-fuel.
        That is, it works on ANY hydrocarbon fuel.
        "Features of the national fishing" remember?
        This boat - "Piranha" really worked (here's a bastard) even on alcohol.
        I would kick this hands of Kulibin! negative
    2. Lontus
      Lontus 27 August 2019 19: 22
      +2
      Quote: Azazelo
      I suppose Ilon Mask gave the idea ....

      Elon Musk just rightly asserts (literally) ".. Hydrogen is shit"
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  17. E.S.
    E.S. 27 August 2019 19: 39
    +2
    I think that the American tankers were the first to put pants on this news.
    1. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 27 August 2019 19: 54
      0
      feel but it’s true. No matter how the experiment is new
  18. engineer74
    engineer74 27 August 2019 19: 57
    +1
    About ten years ago, our "partners" filed a hydrogen storage program - they invented a composite cylinder with a pressure of> 600kg / cm ^ 2 ... I have a bad idea of ​​the results of damage to such a cylinder in TNT equivalent. wink
  19. AML
    AML 27 August 2019 19: 57
    0
    Why on hydrogen, and not on shale gas? So at least it was a trend.
    Clean water populism
  20. garri-lin
    garri-lin 27 August 2019 20: 11
    -1
    Register a patent. There is a cylinder, there is a piston. And there is hydraulic fluid. There is no connecting rod and crankshaft, no gears and synchronizers. The piston of an internal combustion engine simply presses on the hydraulic fluid and it does the work where it is needed.
    1. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 27 August 2019 20: 42
      0
      They explained to me that this is a battery for an electric motor. Well, as I understand it. Up there in the comments request
      1. garri-lin
        garri-lin 27 August 2019 20: 45
        0
        More likely an electrochemical generator.
    2. AML
      AML 27 August 2019 22: 08
      0
      Ingenious. It remains only to solve a couple of points - how to stop and return the piston that has flown away
      1. garri-lin
        garri-lin 27 August 2019 22: 26
        -1
        Elementary. Spring. Cool scheme. But nowhere did I come across an info about works on such a scheme. But in fact, the efficiency should be higher. Yes, and do not need to be a monoblock. He scattered a dozen cylinders on the hull and the engine was ready. The main lines to connect.
  21. sir_obs
    sir_obs 27 August 2019 20: 14
    +1
    And it will be called "Hindenburg"
  22. APASUS
    APASUS 27 August 2019 20: 19
    0
    Well, you will not surprise anyone with a hydrogen engine, the question is rather in the price of hydrogen! While all these green technologies are much more expensive
  23. Astronaut
    Astronaut 27 August 2019 20: 27
    +3
    effective and do not cause increased harm to the environment.

    Question to the author - does war harm the environment in general? winked
    1. Amin_vivec
      Amin_vivec 27 August 2019 21: 52
      0
      The article generally focuses on environmental friendliness and noiselessness. Figs with it - electric motors will really be quieter, but what will they do with the sounds of a shot? and the clang of caterpillars? And so on the seed, and why the tank silence ???
      And environmental friendliness - it’s better to launch hydrogen power plants, and the mass auto industry ... And then tanks, they will be built no more than a hundred ...
    2. AML
      AML 27 August 2019 22: 13
      +2
      War hurts people, but ecology doesn't care. There will be no man, there will be something else. And the Earth generally rubs its paws and says, "Yes, you finally kill each other. I still have so many unrealized plans."
  24. Berkut24
    Berkut24 27 August 2019 21: 42
    0
    Trying to become a leader in oil production while building tanks that are independent of oil ... Logic. However. Another cut me like that. I remember that during World War II, gasoline for German tanks in many cases became a curse due to rapid ignition. And then hydrogen ...
    1. Victoria-V
      Victoria-V 28 August 2019 05: 18
      0
      Who specifically is trying to become a leader in oil production ??? Russia was ahead of Saudi Arabia and became the second largest crude oil producer in the world. In the first place were the United States with an indicator of 11,658 million barrels of oil per day. In Russia, the average daily production was at the level of 10,738 million barrels, in Saudi Arabia - 10,643 million barrels.
      1. Berkut24
        Berkut24 29 August 2019 08: 18
        0
        So here I am about it. They lack oil, what are they looking for an alternative?
  25. Bookcase
    Bookcase 27 August 2019 22: 04
    +1
    Hydrogen in the tank is an additional chance for the crew to fly into the air. It smacks of budget cuts. :-)
    1. AML
      AML 27 August 2019 22: 40
      +1
      The fight against smoking goes to a new level
  26. Kerensky
    Kerensky 27 August 2019 23: 22
    0
    Well, here is not hydrogen, but its compounds. For example, picking B2H6 ...
  27. tracer
    tracer 28 August 2019 05: 01
    -2
    The Germans created a seven on hydrogen at BMW. There was a direct mechanical symphony. Even small-scale production was attempted to be established or even adjusted. But they removed it from the assembly line and closed the project. Shaitanama explosive machine turned out.
  28. Donald72
    Donald72 28 August 2019 06: 23
    +1
    You can argue a lot. Just try your car on gas. Drive out into the field and then call a friend with a request to bring a canister with this gas, or else it’s over. And look at the reaction of this comrade.