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Anton Friedl – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Renewable hydrogen production: a technical evaluation based on process simulation
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2010
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Walter Wukovits, Tobias Pröll, Anton Friedl

    Abstract:

    Abstract An evaluation of different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable raw materials and/or renewable energy is presented. The evaluation comprises Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of both biogas and gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Each technology is investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality suitable for the use in mobile fuel cells. The presented evaluation is based on the hydrogen production efficiency and the energy efficiency of the processes.

  • Renewable hydrogen production: A technical evaluation based on process simulation
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2010
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Walter Wukovits, Tobias Pröll, Anton Friedl

    Abstract:

    An evaluation of different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable raw materials and/or renewable energy is presented. The evaluation comprises Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of both biogas and gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Each technology is investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality suitable for the use in mobile fuel cells. The presented evaluation is based on the hydrogen production efficiency and the energy efficiency of the processes © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  • Evaluation of sustainable hydrogen production pathways
    Chemical Engineering, 2009
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Anton Friedl, Walter Wukovits

    Abstract:

    The present paper evaluates different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable energy and/or renewable raw materials. The investigated technologies are Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of biogas, steam reforming of gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Furthermore the steam reforming of natural gas has been included in the analysis as a reference technology. Each technology has been investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality that is suitable for the use in mobile fuels cells. The presented evaluation is based on the production efficiency and on the energy efficiency of the different processes. Copyright © 2009, AIDIC Servizi S. r. l.,.

Angela Miltner – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Renewable hydrogen production: a technical evaluation based on process simulation
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2010
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Walter Wukovits, Tobias Pröll, Anton Friedl

    Abstract:

    Abstract An evaluation of different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable raw materials and/or renewable energy is presented. The evaluation comprises Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of both biogas and gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Each technology is investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality suitable for the use in mobile fuel cells. The presented evaluation is based on the hydrogen production efficiency and the energy efficiency of the processes.

  • Renewable hydrogen production: A technical evaluation based on process simulation
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2010
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Walter Wukovits, Tobias Pröll, Anton Friedl

    Abstract:

    An evaluation of different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable raw materials and/or renewable energy is presented. The evaluation comprises Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of both biogas and gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Each technology is investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality suitable for the use in mobile fuel cells. The presented evaluation is based on the hydrogen production efficiency and the energy efficiency of the processes © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  • Evaluation of sustainable hydrogen production pathways
    Chemical Engineering, 2009
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Anton Friedl, Walter Wukovits

    Abstract:

    The present paper evaluates different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable energy and/or renewable raw materials. The investigated technologies are Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of biogas, steam reforming of gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Furthermore the steam reforming of natural gas has been included in the analysis as a reference technology. Each technology has been investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality that is suitable for the use in mobile fuels cells. The presented evaluation is based on the production efficiency and on the energy efficiency of the different processes. Copyright © 2009, AIDIC Servizi S. r. l.,.

Walter Wukovits – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Renewable hydrogen production: a technical evaluation based on process simulation
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2010
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Walter Wukovits, Tobias Pröll, Anton Friedl

    Abstract:

    Abstract An evaluation of different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable raw materials and/or renewable energy is presented. The evaluation comprises Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of both biogas and gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Each technology is investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality suitable for the use in mobile fuel cells. The presented evaluation is based on the hydrogen production efficiency and the energy efficiency of the processes.

  • Renewable hydrogen production: A technical evaluation based on process simulation
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2010
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Walter Wukovits, Tobias Pröll, Anton Friedl

    Abstract:

    An evaluation of different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable raw materials and/or renewable energy is presented. The evaluation comprises Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of both biogas and gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Each technology is investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality suitable for the use in mobile fuel cells. The presented evaluation is based on the hydrogen production efficiency and the energy efficiency of the processes © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  • Evaluation of sustainable hydrogen production pathways
    Chemical Engineering, 2009
    Co-Authors: Angela Miltner, Anton Friedl, Walter Wukovits

    Abstract:

    The present paper evaluates different hydrogen production technologies based on renewable energy and/or renewable raw materials. The investigated technologies are Alkaline Electrolysis, steam reforming of biogas, steam reforming of gasification gas, the coupled dark and photo fermentation as well as the coupled dark and biogas fermentation. Furthermore the steam reforming of natural gas has been included in the analysis as a reference technology. Each technology has been investigated with different plant layouts and/or different raw materials. All examined technologies are designed to produce hydrogen in a quality that is suitable for the use in mobile fuels cells. The presented evaluation is based on the production efficiency and on the energy efficiency of the different processes. Copyright © 2009, AIDIC Servizi S. r. l.,.