Thursday, November 20, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Howe Room (Loews Philadelphia Hotel)

Topical 8: Hydrogen Production for a Hydrogen Economy (T8)

#599 - High Temperature Materials and Systems for Application to Hydrogen Production (T8003)
This session includes papers on high-temperature materials (metals, ceramics, composites), components (heat exchangers, insulation, heat transfer fluids) or integrated systems used for transporting thermal energy to or within nuclear or solar hydrogen production systems, or to contain high-temperature reactants and products. Papers are welcome in the areas of materials testing and development, corrosion, component design and testing, separations, safety, modeling and simulation, or other related areas.
Chair:Steven R. Sherman
CoSponsor(s):Nuclear Energy (07g)
Nuclear Engineering Division (14)
8:30 AMDynamic Simulation of a Coupled Heat Transfer Loop and a Nuclear Reactor In a Nuclear Hydrogen Plant
Patricio D. Ramirez-Munoz, Mujid S. Kazimi, Paul I. Barton
9:00 AMMaterials Characterization for High Temperature Solar Hydrogen Production
Paul Lichty, Theres Felix, Amanda Scott, Alan Weimer
9:30 AMMagnesian Calcite Sorbent for Carbon Dioxide Capture during Hydrogen Production from Fossil Fuels
James Mabry, Kanchan Mondal, Tomasz Wiltowski
10:00 AMOn the Design of Hydrogen Storage Vessels Utilizing a Complex Hydride Storage Material
Yongfeng Wang, Armin D. Ebner, James A. Ritter
10:30 AMHigh Temperature Heat Exchanger and Component Test Laboratory -- a Graded Approach
Steven R. Sherman, Yitung Chen

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