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Research and Development of Ammonia-fueled SOFC Systems

Koichi Eguchi1*, Atthapon Srifa1, Takeou Okanishi1, Hiroki Muroyama1, Toshiaki Matsui1, Masashi Kishimoto1, Motohiro Saito1, Hiroshi Iwai1, Hideo Yoshida… 359 more words

Conference Paper

Applications of hydrogen permeable membranes in ammonia synthesis and decomposition

Sean-Thomas B. Lundin*, Thomas F. Fuerst, Jason C. Ganley, Colin A. Wolden, J. Douglas Way
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, USA… 364 more words

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Ammonia Fuel Cell and Fuel Synthesis Using Protonic Ceramics

Chuancheng Duan, Jinahua Tong, Jason Ganley*, Ryan O’Hayre
Colorado School of Mines, USA

NH3 Fuel Conference, Los Angeles, September 19, 2016

ABSTRACT

Proton-conducting ceramics synthesized with solid-state reactive sintering are employed as electrolytes for the synthesis of ammonia from hydrogen and nitrogen gases in electrolytic cells. 141 more words

Conference Paper

Cracking ammonia

Bill David*1,2, Josh Makepeace2, Hazel Hunter1 and Tom Wood1
1ISIS Facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
2Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford, UK… 193 more words

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University of Wisconsin: Simulating complex catalysts key to making cheap, powerful fuel cells

Using a unique combination of advanced computational methods, University of Wisconsin-Madison chemical engineers have demystified some of the complex catalytic chemistry in fuel cells — an advance that brings cost-effective fuel cells closer to reality.

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Nanotechnology

Simulating complex catalysts key to making cheap, powerful fuel cells |ESIST

Modeling how methanol interacts with platinum catalysts inside fuel cells in realistic environments becomes even more complicated because distances between the atoms can change as molecules dance near the charged surface. 474 more words

Science

NASA funds long shots aiming to make electric and eco-friendly aircraft

One of these days we’re going to see aircraft go electric, just as cars are — but not for a while. In the meantime, we can’t slack off when it comes to the research that will make it possible. 512 more words

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