Standard for Fuel Systems in Fuel Cell and Other Hydrogen Vehicles
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Section 3.18 was re-worded to harmonize with the CSA definition in HPRD1.
Section 4.4.1 was modified to add consideration of regulatory requirements to labeling.
Section 188.8.131.52 has added requirements including the “pressure class” (H35, H70, etc.) labels.
Section 184.108.40.206 was deleted because a service limitation label is not a general requirement.
Section 4.4.5 was modified to correct a reference.
The term “containment vessel” has replaced other terms such as “tanks” for consistency of nomenclature.
The use of “should” was replaced by “shall” in requirements judged to be mandatory and/or safety-critical. Such changes are consistent with the maturity of the document and the promotion of this document to a SAE Standard.
|Journal Article||Development of New TOYOTA FCHV-adv Fuel Cell System|
|Technical Paper||Compressed Hydrogen Storage for Fuel Cell Vehicles|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Fueling Protocol for Gaseous Hydrogen Powered Industrial Trucks|
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|TABLE 1||APPLICATION OF GENERAL REQUIREMENTS|
|TABLE 2||FUEL STORAGE REQUIREMENTS REFERENCE LIST|
|TABLE 3||APPLICATION OF LHSS REQUIREMENTS|
|TABLE 4||APPLICATION OF COMPRESSED HYDROGEN STORAGE SYSTEM (CHSS) REQUIREMENTS|
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|TABLE B1||LISTING OF MATERIAL QUALIFICATION TEST REQUIREMENTS|
|TABLE B2||QUALIFICATION OF HYDROGEN COMPATIBILITY BASED ON USAGE CONDITIONS|
|TABLE C1||LISTING OF PERFORMANCE TEST GUIDANCE|
|TABLE C2||LOCALIZED FIRE TEST DESCRIPTION|
|TABLE D1||FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH TEST RESULTS|
The Fuel Cell Standards Committee is responsible for establishing standards for hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles. Standards will cover the safety aspects of hydrogen, fuel cell, and electrical systems in the vehicle, test procedures to establish the performance of the vehicle, system/components, and interface requirements.