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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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Faasse, Richard (author)
The transition from stable fossil fuel energy production to intermittent renewable sources poses a huge challenge to our generation. The mismatch between electricity supply and demand will become an increasingly<br/>pressing problem, due to the growing share of renewable energy production and the electrification of the automotive industry. The...
master thesis 2019
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Verdonk, Joost (author)
Greenhouse gas concentrations are ever increasing in the Earth's atmosphere, causing the global temperature to have reached over a 1.0 degree Celsius increase relative to pre-industrial levels. A further increase in this temperature can have disastrous effects on our society, thus the increase in greenhouse gases must be attenuated....
master thesis 2019
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Verbist, Victor (author)
A model is developed to simulate NaCl concentrations across a cation exchange membrane in the transient regime. The convectionless Nersnt-Planck equation is combined with the continuity equation to obtain a partial dierential equation in time and space. The boundary conditions at the edges of the cell for this equationare a constant bulk...
bachelor thesis 2019
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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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