Originally Posted by TayNinh68
Just motors and pumps ..
Need to get it below 33K or it wont liquify, no matter how much pressure you put it under. Very energy intensive process, the prototype H2 fuelled vehicles use highly compressed gaseous H2 as keeping it a liquid is a problem. If the container gets too hot it goes back to a gas and your storage container will burst, insulation works for a while, the reason the space shuttle tank was covered in foam, but not for the time needed if you use it for car fuel.