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van 't Geloof, Bart (author)
The objective of this study is to generate insights into the application of the reliability of a W2H system and its impact on the techno-economic performance. This involves examining the case of a single system to analyse on a micro-level the underlying conditions affecting performance, as well as exploring W2H farms to observe performance and...
master thesis 2024
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Kambhampati, Sampreeth (author)
The carbon emissions from human activities are causing significant harm to the planet, leading to increased temperatures, melting of polar ice caps, rising sea levels, and other negative impacts on the environment. One promising solution is the use of green hydrogen as a fuel source, which could have a much lower carbon footprint than...
master thesis 2023
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Beragnoli, Matteo (author)
The intensification of human and industrial activities since the Industrial Revolution has led to a significant increase in global greenhouse gas emissions, posing a threat to life on our planet. As the transportation sector contributes to 23% of global CO2 emissions, it is imperative to reduce its carbon footprint. Developing a worldwide...
master thesis 2023
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Imran Bin Khairrul Saleh, Imran (author)
Carbon sequestration involves the conversion of carbon dioxide gas into carbonates through reactions with magnesium or calcium bearing minerals, presenting a potential method to mitigate CO2 emissions and reduce their release into the atmosphere. This process can be classified into two categories: in-situ (subsurface) and ex-situ (surface). CO2...
master thesis 2023
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Doornbos, Quinten (author)
Renewable energy resources like wind and solar have the potential to revolutionize our energy infrastructure and enable a decarbonized society. The intermittent nature of renewables poses a challenge to ensuring a consistent and reliable electricity supply. Hydrogen technology is emerging as a promising solution for stabilizing renewable energy...
master thesis 2023
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Bauer, Marlinda (author)
Due to climate change, the growth in renewable energy is still accelerating and reaching new records each year. Not everything can be electrified, hence, the production of green hydrogen as an energy vector is gaining momentum. However, lowest cost hydrogen will not always be produced at the demand centres, necessitating transport of hydrogen...
master thesis 2022
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Dielwart, Jelmer (author)
Carbon capture and utilization (CCU) is an emerging technology for reducing the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere and to limit the negative effects on the global warming. Different from carbon capture and storage (CCS), in CCU the carbon captured from point sources or direct from air is processed to valuable carbon containing products. Several...
master thesis 2022
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Xu, Ke (author)
master thesis 2022
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Movva, Kavya (author)
To produce an alternative fuel like Methanol from scratch, on a miniature scale- the reactants CO2 and H2O are sourced locally. Zero Emission Fuels B.V. (ZEF) does this by collecting carbon dioxide from the air, via carbon capture techniques and compressing it to high pressure of 55bars. As a consequence of humidity inside the captured CO2,...
master thesis 2022
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Özcanhan, Gokberk (author)
Transition to renewable and alternative energy sources has become one of the most important subject of the decade. In The Netherlands today, 11.1% of the primary energy demand is obtained from renewable energy and the biomass accounts for 54% [1]. Another promising material for value added chemical synthesis is carbon dioxide. By utilization of...
master thesis 2021
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Tripathy, Mukta Priyadarshini (author)
Meeting the ever-increasing energy demands in our planet where conventional sources of energy are finite and fast depleting, controlling adverse phenomena like climate change, soil erosion, greenhouse gas emission, ozone layer thinning and pollution will remain profound challenges until widespread adoption of sustainable sources of energy is...
master thesis 2021
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Burgers, Iris (author)
Australia has a high potential for production of renewable energy, such as wind and solar. Due to the stochastic operating conditions, excessively produced energy can be used to produce hydrogen by electrolysis to store the energy, known as power-to-gas. This hydrogen can be injected into the existing natural gas pipeline network, providing both...
master thesis 2020
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Kolf, D.I. (author)
The steel making industry is highly energy intensive and a great contributor of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It generated between 7% and 9% of direct emissions from the global use of fossil fuels in 2017 [1]. Gas emissions in an integrated steel mill (ISM) arise mainly from three streams: coke oven gas (COG), blast furnace gas (BFG) and basic...
master thesis 2020
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Tanke, Jeroen (author)
Emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) are the main cause of climate change, with as effect a rise in global temperature. The culprit in these emissions is carbon dioxide (CO2). Carbon capture and utilization (CCU)Emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) are the main cause of climate change, with as effect a rise in global temperature. The culprit in...
master thesis 2020
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Brenkman, Jeroen (author)
Renewable energy projects, such as wind and solar (PV) parks, are rapidly being built to replace fossil fuel based energy sources. The major drawback of electricity production from renewable sources is that they are intermittent and therefore lead to amismatch between the supply and the demand of energy. Energy storage in the form of hydrogen...
master thesis 2019
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