In the exploration of hydrogen’s thermophysical properties, the significance of accurate density measurements becomes evident. Equally important is the role Equations of State (EoS) play in modeling hydrogen’s behavior.

In the realm of metrology, traceable density measurements are key. Enhancing EoS for precise modeling aligns with efforts to achieve metrological traceability. This involves targeting specific uncertainty levels and employing meticulous calibration techniques.

This pursuit extends to the determination of calorific value for energy gases. Density forms the foundational basis for accurately calculating calorific value, an essential factor in energy generation and distribution, shaping the future of our energy landscape.

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D3 WS WP2 – Thermophysical properties of H2 and CH4_H2 mixtures