Process intensification: water electrolysis in a centrifugal acceleration field

@article{Lao2011ProcessIW,
  title={Process intensification: water electrolysis in a centrifugal acceleration field},
  author={Liyun Lao and Colin Ramshaw and Hoi Cheong Yeung},
  journal={Journal of Applied Electrochemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={41},
  pages={645-656}
}
Intensification of hydrogen production by carrying out water electrolysis in a centrifugal acceleration field has been demonstrated. A prototype single cell rotary water electrolyser was constructed, and a number of design challenges with regard to the practical application were addressed. The rotary electrolyser was tested over a range of current density, centrifugal acceleration, electrolyte concentration, temperature, and electrode geometry. The test results showed that at normal cell… Expand
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