|Re: Diffusion of hydrogen through polyethylene|
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In Reply to: Diffusion of hydrogen through polyethylene posted by Thomas
The diffusion of Hydrogen (H2) through polyethylene (PE) follows in almost all conditions (except in case of very low temperature and/or higher pressures) the normal Fickian law (Fick's first and second laws).
For example the permeability of hydrogen through High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) is at 1 bar and 296 Kelvin (=23 degrees Celsius):
=2 E-12 [m3 stp H2 /m3 HDPE x bar] x [m2/s]
=2 E-10 [g H2 /m3 HDPE] x [m2/s]
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: I'm searching information about the diffusion of hydrogen through LDPE and MDPE. Knows somebody the theory or calculations methods, because I'm testing at the moment some pe-pipes about hydrogen diffusion, but need also the theory and calculations about it for my thesis.
: Thanks for your help