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Sulfur poisoning in Ni-anode solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs): Deactivation in single cells and a stack
Abstract The most thermodynamically stable sulfur compound in the anode electrode at SOFC temperature is H 2 S, which dissociates on a nickel (Ni) surface according to a chemisorption mechanism. InExpand
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Techno-Economic Analysis of Integrated Gasification Fuel Cell Power Plants Capturing CO2
This work analyzes the efficiency and economic performance of different configurations of a coal-fed Integrated Gasification Fuel Cell (IGFC) plant with CO2 capture. Our analysis evaluates novelExpand
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Techno-economic assessment of biogas-fed solid oxide fuel cell combined heat and power system at industrial scale
Abstract Wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) are currently very energy and greenhouse gas intensive processes. An important opportunity to reduce both of these quantities is via the use of biogasExpand
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Characterization of a circular 80 mm anode supported solid oxide fuel cell (AS-SOFC) with anode support produced using high-pressure injection molding (HPIM)
Abstract The current study was oriented at analyzing the performance of an anode-supported solid oxide fuel cell produced using high-pressure injection molding. The cell with a total thickness of 550Expand
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CO2 methanation over Ni/Al hydrotalcite-derived catalyst: Experimental characterization and kinetic study
Abstract The catalytic performance of a Ni/Al hydrotalcite derived catalyst for CO2 methanation was analysed under different operating conditions. The as synthesized sample has been characterizedExpand
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Green Synthetic Fuels: Renewable Routes for the Conversion of Non-Fossil Feedstocks into Gaseous Fuels and Their End Uses
Innovative renewable routes are potentially able to sustain the transition to a decarbonized energy economy. Green synthetic fuels, including hydrogen and natural gas, are considered viableExpand
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Experimental Analysis and Model Validation on the Performance of Impregnated Activated Carbons for the Removal of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) from Sewage Biogas
Organic waste exploitation is crucial for waste emissions restraint in air, soil and water. This type of waste can be exploited to produce biogas, a valuable fuel exploitable for energy purposes. AExpand
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Making synthetic fuels for the road transportation sector via solid oxide electrolysis and catalytic upgrade using recovered carbon dioxide and residual biomass
Abstract The search for beneficial biofuels with positive energy gains and reduced carbon dioxide emissions is a key target of the road transportation sector. This work focuses on alternative fuelsExpand
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