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Coupling of copper-chloride hybrid thermochemical water splitting cycle with a desalination plant for hydrogen production from nuclear energy
Energy and environmental concerns have motivated research on clean energy resources. Nuclear energy has the potential to provide a significant share of energy supply without contributing to environmental emissions and ...
Efficiency comparison of various design schemes for copper-chlorine (Cu-Cl) hydrogen production processes using Aspen Plus software
In this study, simulation models are developed to analyze, design and optimize the Cu–Cl cycles using the Aspen PlusTM chemical process simulation package. Energy, exergy and yield effectiveness of the process, based on ...
Design of systems for hydrogen production based on the Cu-Cl thermochemical water decomposition cycle: Configurations and performance
In this study, we analyze several Cu-Cl cycles by examining various design schemes for an overall system and its components, in order to identify potential performance improvements. The factors that determine the number ...
Performance assessment of an integrated absorption cooling-hydrogen liquefaction system using geothermal energy
An integrated geothermal based triple effect absorption cooling and Linde-Hampson system for hydrogen gas liquefaction is proposed and analysed thermodynamically. The effect of various operating conditions and parameters ...
Thermodynamic analysis of a novel integrated geothermal based power generation-quadruple effect absorption cooling-hydrogen liquefaction system
In this paper, we propose a novel integrated geothermal absorption system for hydrogen liquefaction, power and cooling productions. The effect of geothermal, ambient temperature and concentration of ammonia-water vapor on ...