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An exergy-cost-energy-mass analysis of a hybrid copper-chlorine thermochemical cycle for hydrogen production
An exergoeconomic assessment using exergy-cost-energy-mass (EXCEM) analysis is reported of a copper-chlorine (Cu-Cl) thermochemical water splitting cycle for hydrogen production. The quantitative relation is identified ...
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 ...
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 ...