Sunday, March 5, 2023

UPDATE: Feedback Request on Cryogenic Fluid Management Report

I'm planning to write version 2 of this report to make it more accessible for readers with non-space applications (e.g., aviation, energy, transportation, marine, industrial, import/export, etc.). After reading it for free online or in paperback format, the following actions would be immensely helpful in preparing the next version:
  1. Write a customer review on Amazon (if you read the online format of the report please indicate that in the review)
  2. Email specific feedback on what you would like to see in version 2 that would be most helpful to your application(s) to: Also, please note your Amazon review "name" so I can pair your inputs.
As a token of appreciation for anyone who takes the time and effort to complete 1 and 2 above, I'll email the full current pdf version as an attachment for your personal use. And if you purchased the paperback, will also provide a $10 USD rebate.

Thanks in advance for your feedback!


My previous posts contained video clips of the NASA workshop short course I taught last year on this topic. All of these videos, an online version of the report, and a public GitHub repository of related interactive Python code and Jupyter notebooks are all available for free online. Links to these resources can be found at

For those who would like a paperback version of the report, I've re-published it on Amazon for sale in all of its global markets. Whether you decide to purchase it, or simply use the online version for free, please consider leaving a review on Amazon. Feedback on topics of interest to include in subsequent reports in this series would be particularly appreciated. Here is a link:

Matt Moran is the Managing Member at Moran Innovation LLC, and previous Managing Partner at Isotherm Energy. He's been developing power and propulsion systems for more than 40 years; and first-of-a-kind liquid, slush and gaseous hydrogen systems since the mid-1980s. Matt was also the Sector Manager for Energy & Materials in his last position at NASA where he worked for 31 years. He's been a cofounder in seven technology based start-ups; and provided R&D and engineering support to hundreds of organizations. Matt has three patents and more than 50 publications including the Cryogenic Fluid Management report series. He also leads the LH2 Era™ Webinar SeriesMore about Matt can be found on his LinkedIn page.