Hydrogen Production Technologies

Hydrogen Production Technologies

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John Wiley & Sons Inc

05/2017

656

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Inglês

9781119283645

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Preface xvii Part I Catalytic and Electrochemical Hydrogen Production 1 Hydrogen Production from Oxygenated Hydrocarbons: Review of Catalyst Development, Reaction Mechanism and Reactor Modeling 3 Mohanned Mohamedali, Amr Henni and Hussameldin Ibrahim 1.1 Introduction 4 1.2 Catalyst Development for the Steam Reforming Process 6 1.3 Kinetics and Reaction Mechanism for Steam Reforming of Oxygenated Hydrocarbons 37 1.4 Reactor Modeling and Simulation in Steam Reforming of Oxygenated Hydrocarbons 48 References 50 2 Ammonia Decomposition for Decentralized Hydrogen Production in Microchannel Reactors: Experiments and CFD Simulations 77 Steven Chiuta, Raymond C. Everson, Hein W.J.P. Neomagus and Dmitri G. Bessarabov 2.1 Introduction 78 2.2 Ammonia Decomposition for Hydrogen Production 80 2.3 Ammonia-Fueled Microchannel Reactors for Hydrogen Production: Experiments 89 2.4 CFD Simulation of Hydrogen Production in Ammonia-Fueled Microchannel Reactors 96 2.5 Summary 104 Acknowledgments 104 References 104 3 Hydrogen Production with Membrane Systems 113 F. Gallucci, A. Arratibel, J.A. Medrano, E. Fernandez, M.v. Sint Annaland and D.A. Pacheco Tanaka 3.1 Introduction 114 3.2 Pd-Based Membranes 115 3.3 Fuel Reforming in Membrane Reactors for Hydrogen Production 125 3.4 Thermodynamic and Economic Analysis of Fluidized Bed Membrane Reactors for Methane Reforming 129 3.5 Conclusions 143 Acknowledgments 144 References 144 4 Catalytic Hydrogen Production from Bioethanol 153 Peng He and Hua Song 4.1 Introduction 154 4.2 Production Technology Overview 155 4.3 Catalyst Overview 166 4.4 Catalyst Optimization Strategies 168 4.5 Reaction Mechanism and Kinetic Studies 174 4.6 Computational Approaches 179 4.7 Economic Considerations 182 4.8 Future Development Directions 185 Acknowledgment 189 References 189 5 Hydrogen Generation from the Hydrolysis of Ammonia Borane Using Transition Metal Nanoparticles as Catalyst 207 Serdar Akbayrak and Saim Ozkar 5.1 Introduction 207 5.2 Transition Metal Nanoparticles in Catalysis 209 5.3 Preparation, Stabilization and Characterization of Metal Nanoparticles 209 5.4 Transition Metal Nanoparticles in Hydrogen Generation from the Hydrolysis of Ammonia Borane 212 5.5 Durability of Catalysts in Hydrolysis of Ammonia Borane 218 5.6 Conclusion 221 References 222 6 Hydrogen Production by Water Electrolysis 231 Sergey A. Grigoriev and Vladimir N. Fateev 6.1 Historical Aspects of Water Electrolysis 231 6.2 Fundamentals of Electrolysis 232 6.3 Modern Status of Electrolysis 238 6.4 Perspectives of Hydrogen Production by Electrolysis 266 Acknowledgment 268 References 269 7 Electrochemical Hydrogen Production from SO2 and Water in a SDE Electrolyzer 277 A.J. Kruger, J. Kerres, H.M. Krieg and D. Bessarabov 7.1 Introduction 278 7.2 Membrane Characterization 280 7.3 MEA Characterization 286 7.4 Effect of Anode Impurities 293 7.5 High Temperature SO2 Electrolysis 295 7.6 Conclusion 297 References 298 Part II Bio Hydrogen Production 8 Biomass Fast Pyrolysis for Hydrogen Production from Bio-Oil 307 K. Bizkarra, V.L. Barrio, P.L. Arias and J.F. Cambra 8.1 Introduction 308 8.2 Biomass Pyrolysis to Produce Bio-Oils 310 8.3 Bio oil Reforming Processes 331 8.4 Future Prospects 346 References 348 9 Production of a Clean Hydrogen-Rich Gas by the Staged Gasification of Biomass and Plastic Waste 363 Joo-Sik Kim and Young-Kon Choi 9.1 Introduction 364 9.2 Chemistry of Gasification 365 9.3 Tar Cracking and H2 Production 367 9.4 Staged Gasification 368 9.5 Experimental Results and Discussion 370 9.6 Conclusions 383 References 383 10 Enhancement of Bio-hydrogen Production Technologies by Sulphate-Reducing Bacteria 385 Hugo Ivan Velazquez-Sanchez, Pablo Antonio Lopez-Perez, Maria Isabel Neria-Gonzalez and Ricardo Aguilar-Lopez 10.1 Introduction 386 10.2 Sulphate-Reducing Bacteria for H2 Production 387 10.3 Kinetic Modeling of the SR Fermentation 388 10.4 Bifurcation Analysis 394 10.5 Process Control Strategies 398 10.6 Conclusions 403 Acknowledgment 403 Nomenclature 403 References 404 11 Microbial Electrolysis Cells (MECs) as Innovative Technology for Sustainable Hydrogen Production: Fundamentals and Perspective Applications 407 Abudukeremu Kadier, Mohd Sahaid Kalil, Azah Mohamed, Hassimi Abu Hasan, Peyman Abdeshahian, Tayebeh Fooladi and Aidil Abdul Hamid 11.1 Introduction 408 11.2 Principles of MEC for Hydrogen Production 409 11.3 Thermodynamics of MEC 410 11.4 Factors Influencing the Performance of MECs 412 11.5 Current Application of MECs 432 11.6 Conclusions and Prospective Application of MECs 440 Acknowledgments 441 References 441 12 Algae to Hydrogen: Novel Energy-Efficient Co-Production of Hydrogen and Power 459 Muhammad Aziz and Ilman Nuran Zaini 12.1 Introduction 459 12.2 Algae Potential and Characteristics 461 12.3 Energy-Efficient Energy Harvesting Technologies 464 12.4 Pretreatment (Drying) 467 12.5 Conversion of Algae to Hydrogen-Rich Gases 470 12.6 Conclusions 482 References 483 Part III Photo Hydrogen Production 13 Semiconductor-Based Nanomaterials for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation 489 Zipeng Xing, Zhenzi Li and Wei Zhou 13.1 Introduction 490 13.2 Semiconductor Oxide-Based Nanomaterials for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation 491 13.3 Semiconductor Sulfide-Based Nanomaterials for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation 506 13.4 Metal-Free Semiconductor Nanomaterials for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation 517 13.5 Summary and Prospects 527 Acknowledgments 528 References 528 14 Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation Enabled by Nanostructured TiO2 Materials 545 Mengye Wang, Meidan Ye, James Iocozziaand Zhiqun Lin 14.1 Introduction 546 14.2 Photocatalytic H2 Generation 547 14.3 Main Experimental Parameters in Photocatalytic H2 Generation Reaction 549 14.4 Types of TiO2 Nanostructures 551 14.5 Conclusions and Outlook 568 Acknowledgments 569 References 569 15 Polymeric Carbon Nitride-Based Composites for Visible-Light-Driven Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation 579 Pablo Martin-Ramos, Jesus Martin-Gil and Manuela Ramos Silva 15.1 Introduction 580 15.2 General Comments on g-C3N4 and its Basic Properties 581 15.3 Synthesis of Bulk g-C3N4 586 15.4 Functionalization of g-C3N4 588 15.5 Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production Using g-C3N4 598 15.6 Conclusions 614 References 615
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