380 Fuel Processing for Hydrogen Production I

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 3:15 PM
M101 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Large amounts of hydrogen are produced commercially by steam reforming of natural gas or by gasification of various carbonaceous fuels. Improvements to these commercial processes are desirable for providing hydrogen for fuel-cell systems. This session will focus on: catalytic reforming (partial oxidation, and steam, dry, and autothermal reforming) of various fuels; novel non-catalytic reforming technologies; hydrogen production from coal and renewable sources; reactor design for fuel processors; the water-gas shift reaction; preferential oxidation; the methanation reaction; fuel cleanup (desulfurization); systems analysis; technology integration for fuel processors; technology applications; and related topics.

Advanced Fossil Energy Utilization
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)

Dushyant Shekhawat
Email: dushyant.shekhawat@netl.doe.gov

Gunther Kolb
Email: Gunther.Kolb@imm.fraunhofer.de

David Berry
Email: david.berry@netl.doe.gov

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

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3:15 PM
(380a) A Novel Reactor Type for Autothermal Reforming of Diesel Fuel and Kerosene
Joachim Pasel, Remzi Can Samsun, Andreas Tschauder, Ralf Peters and Detlef Stolten

3:51 PM
(380c) Hydrogen Production from Renewable and Waste Oils
Girish Srinivas, Steven Gebhard, Robert Copeland and Jeff Martin

4:09 PM
(380d) Heat-Integrated Steam Reformer for Hydrogen Production
Saurabh A. Vilekar, Christian Junaedi, Kyle Hawley, Dennis Walsh and Subir Roychoudhury
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4:27 PM
(380e) Development of Diesel Pre-Reformer for Methane Rich Gas Production
Joongmyeon Bae, Sangho Lee, Minseok Bae and Sai P. Katikaneni

4:45 PM
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5:03 PM