Design of an energy conversion system with decomposition of H2O and CO2 using ferrites

@inproceedings{Shin2004DesignOA,
  title={Design of an energy conversion system with decomposition of H2O and CO2 using ferrites},
  author={Hyeon-Jun Shin and J. H. Oh and B. C. Choi and So-Yeon Choi},
  year={2004}
}
  • Hyeon-Jun Shin, J. H. Oh, +1 author So-Yeon Choi
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry
  • The energy conversion system was designed in order to reduce the green-house effect and to get energy resources by decomposition of CO2 and H2O. This system is consisted of two parts, one is CO2 decomposition with the reduced ferrite by H2 and the other is H2O decomposition with reduced ferrite by CH4. CH4 could be synthesized in this system by methanation reaction using carbon, which was deposited on the ferrite surface in the CO2 decomposition process. Also, CH4 was used as reducing gas to… CONTINUE READING

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