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Design and simulation of a UOIT copper-chlorine cycle for hydrogen production
A design and simulation study of the four-step copper–chlorine (Cu–Cl) cycle using Aspen Plus software (Aspen Technology Inc., Cambridge, MA)is reported. The simulation consists of four main sections: hydrolysis, ...
Exergy analysis of heat exchangers in the copper-chlorine thermochemical cycle to enhance thermal effectiveness and cycle efficiency
Most existing nuclear power plants in North America are typically water-cooled and operate at 250–5008C. For this temperature level, the copper–chlorine (Cu–Cl) cycle is one of the most promisingcycles that can be integrated ...