Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Taylor (Hilton San Francisco)
#275 - Developments in Thermochemical and Electrolytic Routes to Hydrogen Production: Part V (14005)
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:Michael F. Simpson
CoChair:Steven Sherman
3:15 PMHigh Temperature Electrolysis for Hydrogen Production Using Solid Oxide Electrolyte Tubular Cells Assembly Unit
Kazuya Yamada, Shinichi Makino, Kiyoshi Ono, Kentaro Matsunaga, Masato Yoshino, Takashi Ogawa, Shigeo Kasai, Seiji Fujiwara, Hiroyuki Yamauchi
3:40 PMStatus of the R&D Effort for the Cu-CL Cycle
Joseph Masin, Michele Lewis
4:05 PMHydrogen Production by Thermochemical Water-Splitting Is Process
Gab-Jin Hwang, Seong-Dae Hong, Jeong-Geun Kim, Sang-Ho Lee, Sang-Il Choi, Ki-Kwang Bae
4:30 PMSimulation of Sulfur-Iodine Thermochemical Cycle Coupled to Nuclear Heat Transport System
Seungmin Oh, Shripad T. Revankar, Nicholas Brown, Sal B. Rodríguez Jr., Karen Vierow
4:55 PMDynamic Flow of Micro-Channels in a Ceramic Heat Exchanger
James Cutts, Merrill A. Wilson
5:20 PMOptimizing the Micro-Channels Features in a Ceramic Heat Exchanger for Sulphuric Acid Decomposition
Merrill A. Wilson, Charles Lewinsohn, James Cutts, E. N. Wright, Valery I. Ponyavin

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