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Wapperom, Michiel (author)
Natural gas hydrates are often considered as a hazard in hydrocarbon production and pipeline transport, but are also recognized as a potential energy resource. Naturally occurring hydrate deposits exist under suitable conditions of low temperature and high pressure, typically in shallow marine sediments and in and below the permafrost, and may...
master thesis 2019
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Speelman, Tim (author)
In recent years, the energy transition has led to increasingly higher installed capacities of intermittent renewable energy sources. This has sparked the interest in power-to-fuel technology to store excess renewable energy in the chemical bonds of synthetic fuels. As a highly reactive, turn-key process, plasma-chemical conversion offers a...
master thesis 2019
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Moreno Wandurraga, S.H. (author)
In the context of CO2 utilization, the electricity surplus from renewable energies can be used in a non-thermal microwave plasma reactor to reduce CO2 and produce chemical fuels. The chemical processes in non-thermal plasma are extremely complex due to the large number of excited species, radicals and ions that are present. Energy stored inside...
master thesis 2015
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Cheung, T.M. (author)
With a growing demand for cheap access to space and high-speed flight, hypersonic research is experiencing an unceasing interest from worldwide parties. The vehicles designed for this purpose experience flight conditions where real gas effects caused by dissociation and ionization of the air molecules greatly influence the flow conditions and...
master thesis 2015
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