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Economics of hydrogen production and liquefaction by geothermal energy
Seven models are considered for the production and liquefaction of hydrogen by geothermal energy. In these models, we use electrolysis and high-temperature steam electrolysis processes for hydrogen production, a binary ...
Performance Assessment of a Liquid-Phase-Separation Refrigeration Cycle
Absorption refrigeration cycles are alternatives to conventional vapor-compression cycles in which the energy required for refrigeration is provided by heat instead of mechanical work. In this paper, a novel refrigeration ...
Performance analysis of a new designed PEM fuel cell
In this paper, a new design for the flow channels is presented, and a parametric study of the proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell is conducted in order to investigate the effect of the new flow channels, as well as ...
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 ...
Thermodynamic analysis of a new renewable energy based hybrid system for hydrogen liquefaction
In this paper, a parametric study of the triple effect absorption cooling system (TEACS) integrated with solar photo-voltaic/thermal (PV/T), geothermal, and Linde–Hampson cycle is conducted. The effect of different operating ...
Thermodynamic analyses of an integrated PEMFC-TEARS-geothermal system for sustainable buildings
In this paper we undertake a comprehensive study to meet the building heating/cooling and power demand through a sustainable operation. We integrated polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) system and triple effect ...