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Goos, Niels (author)
Electrochemical reduction of the \ce{CO2} into the chemically valuable \ce{CO} at an industrial scale is a promising way to reverse the worrying rise of \ce{CO2} levels in the atmosphere. Profitable operation at an industrial scale requires high CO partial current densities, producing a CO-rich output, while keeping the energy consumption and...
master thesis 2020
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Li, Cipher (author)
Buoyancy-driven bubbly flow widely exists in equipment like bubble columns, electrochemical cells, etc. The influence of bubbles on the overall velocity and local flow behaviours is complex and still under debate these days. In this study, the focus is put on the numerical modelling of buoyancy-driven flow in a circulating channel. The...
master thesis 2019
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Sriram, Karthick (author)
Zero Emission Fuels (ZEF B.V.) is a start-up working to build a sustainable methanol micro-plant. Carbon dioxide and water are obtained from atmosphere. Hydrogen is obtained from captured water through alkaline electrolysis and the hydrogen is used for methanol production. The alkaline electrolyser should run at 50 bar and 90°C with 30% KOH as...
master thesis 2019
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Gadgil, Nitish (author)
Increasing CO2 levels in the atmosphere due to over-dependence on fossil fuels is a growing concern. Its alarming impact on global climate has prompted the United Nations (UN) to set up its sustainable goal of carbon-neutrality. Electrochemical reduction of CO2 (ERC) is one of the solutions of carbon neutral cycle, which can be driven by...
master thesis 2018
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