By A Doukelis, K Panopoulos, A Koumanakos, E Kakaras
Due to their extraordinary hydrogen selectivity, palladium membranes have attracted large R&D curiosity. they seem to be a strength step forward expertise for hydrogen creation and still have promising functions within the components of thermochemical biorefining. This booklet summarises key examine in palladium membrane applied sciences, with specific specialize in the scale-up demanding situations. After an introductory bankruptcy, half one experiences the fabrication of palladium membranes. half then specializes in palladium membrane module and reactor layout. the ultimate a part of the ebook stories the operation of palladium membranes for synthesis gas/hydrogen creation, carbon trap and different purposes.
• overview of manufacture and layout concerns for palladium membranes • dialogue of the purposes of palladium membrane expertise, together with sunlight steam reforming, IGCC crops, NGCC vegetation, CHP crops and hydrogen creation • Examples of the know-how in operation
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