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Autothermal reforming (ATR) for fuel cells in automotive applications
Autothermal reforming of liquid fuels had been demonstrated to be feasible for use in fuel cell vehicles. One of the main problems with reforming systems is that the concentration product of carbon monoxide has to be less ...
Characterization of proton exchange membrane fuel cell and PEM electrolyzer using non-steady electrochemical techniques.
Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFCs) and PEM Electrolyzer were characterized using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS). Faradaic resistance (RΩ), kinetic and mass transfer parameters such as charge ...
Separational purification of nitrate from inedible biomass leachate by electrodialysis: fouling effect
The removal of nitrate and potassium from wheat leachate solution was studied using an electrolytic cell in batch recirculation mode for use in advance life support systems (ALSS). The ALSS or CELSS (Controlled Ecological ...
Optimization of drying-end-points measurements for the automation of a fluidized-bed dryer using FT-NIR sprectroscopy
Automatic control of a fluidized-bed drying process depends on the availability of an in-line sensor to provide accurate measurements of product moisture content. Nearinfrared (NIR) spectroscopy technology provides a ...
Determination of an empirical correlation for the mass transfer coefficients of pharmaceutical powders in a fluid bed layer
The pharmaceutical industry has four basic operations to produce tablets: mixing, drying, milling, and tablet pressing. Fluidized bed drying of the pharmaceutical powders is one of the most efficient methods, which is ...
Supercritical fluid processing of perfluorinated and sulfonated membranes
Over the past years, one of the most important challenges facing industry has been the search for environmentally benign and cost effective alternatives to traditional power sources. Many industries invest considerable ...