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Methane-free biogas for direct feeding of solid oxide fuel cells
Abstract This paper deals with the experimental analysis of the performance and degradation issues of a Ni-based anode-supported solid oxide fuel cell fed by a methane-free biogas from dark-anaerobic… Expand
Expression of different types of [FeFe]-hydrogenase genes in bacteria isolated from a population of a bio-hydrogen pilot-scale plant
[FeFe]-hydrogenases are the enzymes responsible for high yield H2 production during dark fermentation in bio-hydrogen production plants. The culturable bacterial population present in a pilot-scale… Expand
Bio-hydrogen production from organic wastes in a pilot plant reactor and its use in a SOFC
Abstract The aim of this study is to investigate dark anaerobic fermentation in a pilot scale reactor (V = 35 l) under batch conditions for the production of bio-H2 as a clean and sustainable vector… Expand
Feasibility of SOFC operation with bio-methane and bio-hydrogen from anaerobic digestion
Biomass-to-electricity: analysis and optimization of the complete pathway steam explosion--enzymatic hydrolysis--anaerobic digestion with ICE vs SOFC as biogas users.
- M. Santarelli, S. Barra, F. Sagnelli, P. Zitella
- Engineering, Medicine
- Bioresource technology
- 1 November 2012
The paper deals with the energy analysis and optimization of a complete biomass-to-electricity energy pathway, starting from raw biomass towards the production of renewable electricity. The first… Expand
Production Of Hydrogen By Wastewater Sludge Using Anaerobic Fermentation In A Pilot Scale Reactor
The aim of this study is to investigate the production of bio-hydrogen, via dark anaerobic fermentation in a pilot scale reactor under batch conditions, using a mixed microflora. As inoculum,… Expand
In future, not just methane but hydrogen from biomass.
Produzione di H2 da fermentazione anaerobica di biomasse
Feasibility of bio-Hydrogen and bio-Methane from Anaerobic Digestion as SOFC Fuels