Monday, November 13, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Union Square 13 (Hilton San Francisco)
#126 - Developments in Thermochemical and Electrolytic Routes to Hydrogen Production: Part II (14001)
This symposium focuses on nontraditional methods for generating hydrogen that would reduce reliance on fossil fuels. A leading candidate is the use of heat from an advanced, high temperature nuclear reactor to dissociate water into hydrogen and oxygen. However, papers on any novel process for generating hydrogen, whether based on a nuclear energy source or otherwise, are encouraged. Typical processes include: - thermochemical cycles (e.g. Sulfur-Iodine) - hybrid cycles (e.g. Hybrid Sulfur) - electrolysis - photoelectrochemical methods - photobiological methods
Chair:Maximilian B. Gorensek
CoChair:Amy C. Taylor
3:15 PMFeasibility of Hydrogen Production Using Fusion as the Primary Energy Source
Maximilian B. Gorensek
3:40 PMThermodynamic Modeling for the Hybrid Sulfur Process in Chemcad
David F. McLaughlin, Edward J. Lahoda, Lauren A. Paoletti, Willem Kriel
4:05 PMGeneration of Hydrogen Using Electrolyzer with Sulfur Dioxide Depolarized Anode
John L. Steimke, Timothy J. Steeper
4:30 PMElectrochemical Generation of Hydrogen Via Thermochemical Cycles
John W. Weidner, John Staser, Premkumar Sivasubramanian
4:55 PMInvestigation of the Reactive Distillation Separation for Hi-I2-H2 in the S-I Process for Thermochemical Hydrogen Production
John P. O'Connell, Katie P. Bellezza, James E. Murphy, Maximilian B. Gorensek, Paul M. Mathias, Mark C. Thies, Jacob M. Crosthwaite

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