The Hydrogen Data - Sharing Site
The Hydrogen Data - Sharing Site

Hydrogen Fueling Data

The following Fueling Data is placed in order received for the h2protocol.com site. Please see the references tab above to see the accompanying data report explaining each item. To submit data write an email to administrator@h2protocol.com (or click on contact us)

1) Title: SAE J2601 Tables Method- Laboratory Data


Location: Powertech Labs, Vancouver Canada


Test Cylinders (Type 4): 2.3kg, 4.7kg, 5.9kg, 9.8kg

 

Test Conditions: See the SAE 2014-01-1990 Report Link under References Tab.

 

Files: 5 Zip Files (less than 100MB each):  

Note: Zip File #1 contains overview.

 

Please cite the source if used or referenced.

 

Source: Jesse Schneider (BMW), ISO WG 24 Lead

SAE J2601 Table Based Lab Validation Files Zip File #1
SAE J2601 Tables Validation Files 1.zip
Compressed archive in ZIP format [94.7 MB]
SAE J2601 Table Based Lab Validation Files Zip File #2
SAE J2601 Tables Validation Files 2.zip
Compressed archive in ZIP format [96.9 MB]
Source: Jesse Schneider (BMW), ISO WG 24 Lead
SAE J2601 Tables Validation Files 3.zip
Compressed archive in ZIP format [99.6 MB]
SAE J2601 Table Based Lab Validation Files Zip File #4
SAE J2601 Tables Validation Files 4.zip
Compressed archive in ZIP format [84.4 MB]
SAE J2601 Table Based Lab Validation Files Zip File #5
SAE J2601 Tables Validation Files 5.zip
Compressed archive in ZIP format [44.6 MB]

2) Title: SAE J2601 MC Method: Labortory Data

 

    Files: 1 Zip File (less than 100MB each):  

     

      Please cite the source if used or referenced.

 

      Source: Steve Mathison of Honda

 

SAE J2601 MC Default LabTest Data
SAE J2601 MC Default Bench Test Data.zip
Compressed archive in ZIP format [66.6 MB]

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H2Protocol.com History

H2Protocol.com was started in June 2015 with the mission to share data to help accelerate the commercialization of hydrogen fueling. It was brought about as a proposal in an infrastructure workshop between the US DOE, German NOW, Japanese NEDO and Scandinavian government and industry representatives.

 

All are invited to share in website and advance hydrogen protocols!

 

ISO TC 197 Working Group 24 (on H2 stations) is also working to support this site regarding to data and templates.

 

Credits:

The H2Protocol website was conceptualized from Jesse Schneider (BMW). Mr. Schneider established a number of firsts for FCEVs and H2 since 2001. He led the SAE J2601-2014 Standard and is the convener of ISO WG 24 (ISO 19880-1) team, co-chaired with France.

 

 

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