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Thermochemical water-splitting cycle, bench scale investigations and process engineering

General Atomic Company.

Thermochemical water-splitting cycle, bench scale investigations and process engineering

by General Atomic Company.

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Published by The Office, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Oakland, Calif.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thermochemistry.,
  • Water.,
  • Hydrogen as fuel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Project Staff ; ... for the San Francisco Operations Office, Department of Energy.
    SeriesGA-A ; 14950
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy. San Francisco Operations Office.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15243425M

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Get this from a library. Thermochemical water-splitting cycle, bench scale investigations and process engineering. [General Atomic Company.; United States. Department of Energy. San Francisco Operations Office.]. Portions of a bench-scale model of a sulfur-iodine thermochemical Thermochemical water-splitting cycle cycle have been operated at General Atomic Company as part of a comprehensive program to demonstrate the Author: Ali T-Raissi.

The discussion proceeds from single-step thermochemical water-splitting processes, to two-step and multi-step processes, followed by a presentation of hybrid cycles. Relevant analysis methods are introduced in the context of each type of cycle by: 6.

O’Keefe D, Allen C, Besenbruch G, Brown L, Norman J, Sharp R, McCorkle K () Preliminary results from bench-scale testing of a sulfur-iodine thermochemical water-splitting cycle.

Int J Hydrogen Energy – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Hiroki Miyaoka. Multi-Scale Modelling of a Solar Reactor for the High-Temperature Step of a Sulphur-Iodine-Based Water Splitting Cycle. bench-scale investigations, and process engineering.

Final report. APPLICATION OF SOLAR TECHNOLOGY TO FUEL PPODUCTION CHEMICAL PROCESSING, AND THERMOCHEMICAL ENERGY TRANSPORT O'Keefe and C. Allen (). Thermochemical Water-Splitting Cycle, Bench-Scale Investigations, and Process Engineering, General Atomic, GA-A Thermochemical Water-Splitting Cycle, Bench-Scale Author: Jim D.

Fish. This document is an annual progress report of DOE-sponsored process development work on the General Atomic sulfur-iodine thermochemical water-splitting cycle.

The work consists of laboratory bench-scale investigations and process engineering design studies. A bench scale system, consisting of three subunits, has been planned to study the cycle. 15 - Environmentally friendly hydrogen generation by nuclear energy.

J.H. Norman, et chemical water-splitting cycle, bench-scale investigations, and process engineering. GA-A () Google Scholar. : M Yamawaki, T Nishihara, Y Inagaki, K Minato, H Oigawa, K Onuki, R Hino, M Ogawa. It has been proposed that compact ceramic heat exchangers can be used for high temperature, corrosive applications.

This paper discusses the design development of a micro-channel heat exchanger for the decomposition of sulfuric acid as part of the hydrogen producing sulfur iodine thermo-chemical by: 3. A program for a hydrogen production by using a high temperature nuclear heat has been launched in Korea since Iodine sulfur (IS) process is one of the promising processes for a hydrogen production because it does not generate carbon dioxide and a massive hydrogen production may be by: 2.

The interest in thermochemical water-splitting cycles boomed in the late 70s and early 80s with the oil crisis [5,6,7,8,9], and most of the cycles were proposed for being combined with a primary nuclear energy source, thereby imposing constraints on the operating temperature that should remain below °gh several hundred cycles have been proposed, only a few has Cited by: 1.

[3] Norman JH, Besenbruch GE, Brown LC, O'Keefe DR, Allen CL. Thermochemical Water Splitting Cycle, Bench-Scale Investigations and Process Engineering.

General Atomic Company. GA-A [4] Barbarossa V, Brutti S, Diamanti M, Sau S, De Maria G. Catalytic thermal decomposition of sulphuric acid in sulphur-iodine cycle for hydrogen production. Thermochemical multistep water- and CO2-splitting processes are promising options to face future energy problems.

Particularly, the possible incorporation of solar power makes these processes sustainable and environmentally attractive since only water, CO2 and solar power are used; the concentrated solar energy is converted into storable and transportable by: Levelized cost of CO 2 mitigation from hydrogen production routes Thermochemical water-splitting cycle, bench-scale investigations, and process engineering.

Final report, February DecemGA Technologies, Inc., San Diego, CA (USA), Cited by: 9. Catalytic SO3 Decomposition Activity and Stability of Pt Supported on Anatase TiO2 for Solar Thermochemical Water-Splitting CyclesCited by: 4. A Sulfur-Sulfur Thermochemical Water Splitting Cycle for Thermal-to-Chemical Energy Conversion Auyeung, N.

/ Bunn, M.D. / Yokochi, A.F.T. / American Institute of Chemical Engineers | print version. This appendix discusses in more detail the technologies that can be used to produce hydrogen and which are addressed in Chapter analyses for them are presented in Chapter this appendix, the committee addresses the following technologies: (1) reforming of natural gas to hydrogen, (2) conversion of coal to hydrogen, (3) nuclear energy to produce hydrogen, (4).

Catalytic Cracking of Oak Pyrolytic Vapors Via Bench-Scale In-Situ Fixed-Bed Catalysis. Mihalcik, D.J Multiple Thermochemical Water-Splitting Cycles for H2 Generation Using Sol-Gel Derived Ferrites In A Packed Bed Reactor Coal Gasification by Conventional Versus Calcium Looping Process - A Life Cycle Energy, Global Warming, Land Use and.

The syngas redox (SGR) process to produce hydrogen from coal derived syngas is described. The process involves reduction of a metal oxide to metallic form with syngas and subsequent regeneration with steam to generate hydrogen in a cyclic operation.

Metal oxides of Ni, Cu, Cd, Co, Mn, Sn, and Fe were evaluated for this process based upon thermodynamic equilibrium.

Laboratory and bench-scale work is still required to develop catalysts and less costly process flow schemes for some options, while others are in the large-pilot-plant phase. It is not yet known if any of the processes will result in competitively priced fuels; however, studies indicate such potential if research is successful.Abstract: The formation and destruction of ozone is an important cycle in the atmosphere.

An important step in the formation process is the stabilization of a metastable ozone molecule, which occurs through energy transfer: usually a highly excited ozone molecule loses the extra energy through collision with a third body.Dr.

Floudas is the Stephen C. Macaleer ’63 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Princeton University, Faculty in the Center for Quantitative Biology at Princeton University’s Lewis-Sigler Institute, Associated Faculty in the Program of Computational and Applied Mathematics at.