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Editors: Damon Robert Honnery and Patrick Moriarty (Monash University, Victoria, Australia)
Book Description:
As many of the authors in this book note, the energy available in the hydrogen currently produced around the world is relatively small when compared to the global primary energy use. Such comparisons however yield a poor estimate of hydrogen’s importance as we undergo the necessary transition towards low carbon intensity energy generation systems. There are many possible scenarios for future global supply of energy. Production of hydrogen is of vital importance if we wish to secure reliable supplies of low carbon energy. This book is about the methods which can be used to produce the hydrogen that is needed. The methods presented range from those which seek to further develop existing technologies through refinement of the catalysts used, to new methods relying on direct use of sunlight or microorganisms. The material presented ranges from topic reviews to experimental studies, many of which are at the forefront of their respective areas. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
(Damon Robert Honnery)

1. The Prospects for Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier: An Overview of Hydrogen Energy and Hydrogen Energy Systems;pp. 1-27
(Marc A Rosen, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada)

2. Fundamental Questions for Hydrogen Production;pp. 29-41
(Patrick Moriarty, Damon Honnery, Monash University-Caulfield Campus, Victoria, Australia)

3. Process Routes of Hydrogen Production from Fossil and Renewable Resources;pp. 43-93
(W. Wukovits, W. Schnithofer, K. Urbaniec, Vienna University of Technology, Austria and others)

4. Syngas Production By Short Contact Time Catalytic Partial Oxidation of Methane;pp. 95-139
(Stefania Specchia, Luigi D. Vella, Tiziano Montini, Paolo Fornasiero, Dept. of Materials Science, Politecnico di Torino, Italy and others)

5. New Developments in Catalytic Decomposition of Methane to Produce Co2-Free Hydrogen and Advanced Carbon Materials;pp. 141-173
(I. Suelves, J.L. Pinilla, M.J. Lazaro, Llobet, R. Utrilla, D. Torres, R. Moliner,Insdtituto de Carboquimica (ICB) CSIC., Zaragoza, Spain)

6. Water Gas Shift Reaction;pp. 175-200
(Javier Dufour, Carmen Martos, Aida Ruiz, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Mostoles, Madrid and others)

7. Process Sensitivity to Ni/Alumina Catalysts in the Production of Hydrogen from the Steam-Reforming of Glycerol;pp. 201-222
(Raul A. Comelli, Instituto de Investigaciones en Catalisis y Petroquimica, Sante Fe, Argentina)

8. Enhancing Hydrogen Production from the Glycerol Steam Reforming Process through Co2 Removal;pp. 223-246
(Haisheng Chen, Binlin Dou, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China and others)

9. Hydrogen Production from Bioethanol;pp. 247-294
(Arturo J. Vizcaíno, Alicia Carrero, Jose A. Calles, Rey Juan Carlos University, Mostoles(Madrid),Spain)

10. Bioenthanol Processor System for Hydrogen Production;pp. 295-350
(Lucas Nieto, David Zumoffen, Marta Basualdo, Computer Aided on Process Eng, Group and others)

11. Search and Evaluation Method of Hydrogen Fermentation Microflora;pp. 351-375
(Akihiro Ohnishi, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan)

12. Inorganic Membrane and Membrane Reactor Technologies for Hydrogen Production;pp. 377-398
(Adolfo Iulianelli, Simona Liguori, Tiziana Longo, Angelo Basile, Institute on Membrane Technology of National Research Council, University of Calabria Cubo, Italy)

13. Development of Novel Immobilizing Hydrogels for Thermophilic Hydrogen Production;pp. 399-409
(M.A. Basile, C. Carfagna, L. Dipasquale, A. Fontana, A. Gambacorta, G. Gomez d'Ayala, M.Malinconico, P. Cerruti, Second University of Naples,Italy and others)

14. Hydrogen Production through Sono-Photolysis of Water in the Presence of Solid Solutions of Metal Oxides as Photocatalysts;pp. 411-420
(P.L. Gentili, F. Rossi, M. Penconi, F. Ortica, F. Elisei,Universita de Perugia, Italy and others)

15. Recent Advances in Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation;pp421-454
(Binay Dutta, Ela Nurlaela F.K. Chong,Chemical Engineering Dept., The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi,UAE)


      Energy Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012 1st quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C) 472pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-62100-246-8
   Status: AV
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