Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Continental 1 (Hilton San Francisco)
#333 - Applications of Adsorption in Energy and Fuel Cell Technology (02E08)
We welcome theoretical and applied papers on new materials and processes for adsorption applications in energy and fuel cell technology. Examples of acceptable topics include (but are not restricted to) the synthesis of novel or improved adsorbents (such as novel forms of carbon or templated materials) for hydrogen, methane or natural gas storage; metal hydride hydrogen storage systems, adsorption purification systems for fuel cells and fuel processing; adsorption storage for gas transportation; adsorbents and adsorption technologies for automotive applications; etc. Both fundamental and application aspects are welcome. We will include the papers on fundamental understanding through theory, modeling, and controlled experiments as well as engineering, application and scale-up studies
Chair:Josť P. B. Mota
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMAdsorptive Storage of Mechanical Energy (Work) for Transportation Applications
Dr. Orhan Talu, Sasidhar Gumma, Deepam Panchal, Roger J. Briggs, Edward J. Hummelt
8:55 AMModeling and Simulation of Dynamic Bio-Ethanol Adsorption
Rudy Jones, F. Handan Tezel, Jules Thibault, Jeffrey S. Tolan
9:15 AMAdsorption Separation of Methane and Carbon Dioxide from Landfill Gas
Peiyuan Li, F. Handan Tezel
9:35 AMDevelopment of Rapid-Cycle Hydrogen Psa to Purify Cpo Syngas
Soheil Alizadeh Khiavi, Surajit Roy
9:55 AMRoom Temperature Co2 Removal over K2co3 on Porous Microfibrous Media
Noppadon Sathitsuksanoh, Hongyun Yang, Donald Cahela, Bruce J. Tatarchuk
10:15 AMCombined Hydrogen Production and Storage Via Reactive Ball Milling: Investigation of Carbon Structure for Hydrogen Capture
Apurba Sakti, Caroline E. Burgess Clifford, Dania A. Fonseca, Angela D. Lueking
10:35 AMIntegration Study of Adsorption/Bio-Regeneration of Adsorbents for Ultra-Deep Desulfurization
Wangliang Li, Jianmin Xing, Xiaochao Xiong, Yuguang Li, Huizhou Liu
10:55 AMConcluding Remarks

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