Hydrogen transport through dense and porous membranes for fuel cell applications.
Nwogu, N.C.; Alkali, A.; Gobina, E.
In this work the design of a nano structured ceramic membrane is carried out for fuel cell applications. However the innovation is that a membrane porous network is modified through its immersion in silica based solution and in a palladium solution to form composite membrane. Subsequently, the development of hybrid ceramic gas separation membrane elaborates on the recovery of hydrogen from fuel reforming unit for use in fuel cell applications. To enhance the efficiency of the fuel cell, clean hydrogen using membranes with a high permeability and selectivity for H2 over N2 and CO2 are a necessity.
NWOGU, N.C., ALKALI, A. and GOBINA, E. 2015. Hydrogen transport through dense and porous membranes for fuel cell applications. Proceedings of the 1st International industrial technology and management science conference 2015 (ITMS 2015), 27-28 March 2015, Tianjin, China. Advances in computer science research, 34. Amsterdam: Atlantis press [online], pages 157-160. Available from: https://doi.org/10.2991/itms-15.2015.40
|Conference Name||1st International industrial technology and management science conference 2015 (ITMS 2015)|
|Conference Location||Tianjin, China|
|Start Date||Mar 27, 2015|
|End Date||Mar 28, 2015|
|Acceptance Date||Mar 1, 2015|
|Online Publication Date||Mar 28, 2015|
|Publication Date||Nov 30, 2015|
|Deposit Date||Sep 21, 2016|
|Publicly Available Date||Sep 21, 2016|
|Series Title||Advances in computer science research|
|Keywords||Ceramic membrane; Palladium membrane; Energy security; Carbon capture; Hydrogen production; Gas separation; Fuel cell|
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