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Bhatraju, Chaitanya (author)
Electrochemical reduction of CO2 using renewable energy sources is one of the promising avenues to pursue towards mitigating the emissions of the notorious CO2. However, the CO2 electrolysis in aqueous systems, due to the low solubility of CO2, are severely limited by mass transfer. State of the art review shows that a significant amount of the...
master thesis 2021
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Karageorgiou, Traianos (author)
The graduation project was conducted at the CFD department of Nuclear Research And Consultancy Group (NRG) in Petten. The modeling and simulation of Taylor bubble flow using CFD can contribute significantly to the topic of nuclear reactor safety and in particular, in the emergency cooling of nuclear reactors during a loss of coolant accident, or...
master thesis 2020
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Nauta, Marieke (author)
Zero Emission Fuels B.V. (ZEF) is a start-up who aims to design a sustainable methanol production micro-plant, using solely air and solar energy as an input. A subsystem that has yet to be designed just upstream of the alkaline (KOH) electrolyser, is the so-called degasser. The purpose of the degasser is to remove a residue of carbon dioxide (CO...
master thesis 2020
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Hamraz, Ash (author)
In Pressurized Thermal Shock (PTS) applications, there is a co-existence of different flow regimes. The regimes can be divided in two main groups namely, dispersed two-phase flows and the separated two-phase flows having relatively larger interface. Simulating a two-phase flow itself is already a complex task. It gets even more complex when the flow...
master thesis 2018
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