Hydrogen Production, Separation and Purification for Energy

Cloth: 978 1 78561 100 1 / $165.00
 
Published: March 2017  

Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
488 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/5"
Hydrogen is one of the most promising next-generation fuels. It has the highest energy content per unit weight of any known fuel and in comparison to the other known natural gases it is environmentally safe - in fact, its combustion results only in water vapour and energy. This book provides an overview of worldwide research in the use of hydrogen in energy development, the most innovative methods of production and the various steps necessary for the optimization of this product.

Topics covered include:

* Structured catalysts for process intensification in hydrogen production by reforming processes
* Bimetallic supported catalysts for hydrocarbons and alcohols reforming reactions
* Catalysts for hydrogen production from renewable raw materials, byproducts and waste
* Ni and Cu-based catalysts for methanol and ethanol reforming
* Transition metal catalysts for hydrogen production by low temperature steam reforming of methane
* Supercritical water gasification of biomass to produce hydrogen
* Biofuel starting materials for hydrogen production
* Modelling of fixed bed membrane reactors for ultrapure hydrogen production
* Hydrogen production using micro membrane reactors
* Perovskite membrane reactors
* Polymeric membrane materials for hydrogen separation
* Industrial membranes for hydrogen separation
* Multifunctional hybrid sorption-enhanced membrane reactors
* Carbon based membranes
* Separation of hydrogen isotopes by cryogenic distillation

Table of Contents:
Preface - Francesco Dalena, Nejat T. Veziroglu, Jianhua Tong, Angelo Basile
1. Structured catalyst for process intensification in hydrogen production by reforming processes- Vincenzo Palma, Concetta Ruocco, Marco Martino, Eugenio Meloni, Antonio Ricca
2. Bimetallic supported catalysts for hydrocarbons and alcohols reforming reactions – Vincenzo Palma
3. Catalysts for hydrogen production from renewable raw materials, byproducts and waste – Claudio Evangelisti, Filippo Bossola, Vladimiro Dal Santo
4. Ni and Cu-based catalysts for methanol and ethanol reforming- Mika Huuhtanen, Prem Kumar Seelam and Riitta L. Keiski
5. Transition metal catalysts for hydrogen production by low temperature Steam Reforming of methane – Antonio Vita
6. Supercritical Water Gasification of Biomass to Produce Hydrogen- C. Cannilla, G. Bonura, F. Frusteri
7. Biofuels starting materials for hydrogen production- S. Abramov, M. Shalygin, V. Teplyakov, A, Netrusov
8. Fixed Bed Membrane Reactors for Ultrapure Hydrogen Production: Modelling Approach- Marjan Alavi, Adolfo Iulianelli, Mohammad Reza Rahimpour, Reze Eslamloueyan, Marcello De Falco, Giuseppe Bagnato, Angelo Basile
9. Hydrogen Production Using Micro Membrane Reactors - Jianhua Tong
10. Perovskite Membrane Reactors- Kamran Ghasemzadeh, M. Nasiri Nezhad, Angelo Basile
11. Polymeric membrane materials for hydrogen separation- Yuri Yampolskii, Victoria Ryzhikh
12. Industrial Membranes for Hydrogen Separation- Hamid Reza Rahimpour, Mahshid Nategh, Mohammad Reza Rahimpour
13. Multifunctional hybrid sorption-enhanced membrane reactor- P. Ribeirinha, M. Boaventura, Jose M. Sousa, A. Mendes
14. Carbon based membranes- Jon Arvid Lie, Zuezhong He, Izumi Kumakiri, Hidetoshi Kita, May-Britt Hagg
15. Separation of hydrogen isotopes by cryogenic distillation- Gianluca Valenti



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