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Use of different Renewable fuels in a Steam reformer integrated into a Solid oxide fuel cell: Theoretical analysis and Performance comparison

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Abstract

hydrogen production from Renewable energy resources has received significant attention with advances in fuel cell technology. The fuel type and operational reforming conditions directly affect fuel cell Electricity generation. This study analyzes the Theoretical performance of a Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) integrated with a Steam reforming process using three different Renewable fuels: Ethanol, glycerol and biogas. The effects of key Steam reformer Operating parameters on the hydrogen production for SOFCs are investigated. The performances of SOFC systems run on different fuels are compared in terms of electrical and thermal efficiencies. It is found that the biogas-fueled SOFC system requires the most energy, whereas the Ethanol-fueled SOFC system achieves the highest electrical and thermal efficiencies. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.

Renewable energy resources (235 items found) | Theoretical performance (10 items found) | Electricity generation (150 items found) | Solid oxide fuel cell (70 items found) | Operating parameters (76 items found) | Hydrogen production (301 items found) | Renewable fuels (14 items found) | Steam reforming (154 items found) | Steam reformer (8 items found) | fuel cell (124 items found) | hydrogen (738 items found) | Ethanol (1398 items found) | biogas (502 items found) | SOFC (177 items found) | Solid oxide fuel cells | Fuel cell technologies | performance assessment | Performance comparison | Steam reformerBiogas | alternative energy | renewable resource | Integrated systems | theoretical study | Integrated system | alternative fuel | Ethanol fuels |

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