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АНАЛИЗ И ОЦЕНКА КОМБИНИРОВАННОЙ ФОТОЭЛЕКТРОХИМИЧЕСКОЙ СИСТЕМЫ НЕПРЕРЫВНОГО ТИПА ДЛЯ ПОЛУЧЕНИЯ ВОДОРОДА

https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2016.09-010.066-081

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Аннотация

В данной статье рассматриваются концептуальное развитие и термодинамический анализ новой комбинированной системы непрерывного типа для получения водорода методом фотоэлектрохимического разложения воды и хлорно-щелочного электролиза. Система способна экономически эффективно вырабатывать водород экологически безопасным способом за счет максимального повышения используемого солнечного спектра и превращения побочных продуктов в товары промышленного назначения. Кроме того, использование элек- тродов в комбинированной установке в качестве доноров электронов при получении водорода фотохимическим способом позволяет минимизировать вероятность выделения вредных веществ. Продуктами комбинированной установки являются водород, диоксид хлора и гидроксид натрия, которые можно использовать в производстве товаров промышленного назначения. Исследование КПД и продуктивности установки проводилось в интервале рабочих температур от 20 °C до 80 °C. Максимальное значение КПД 42 % было достигнуто при температурах между 40 °C и 50 °C.

Об авторах

Канан Акар
Технологический институт университета Онтарио
Канада

факультет инженерных и прикладных наук, 

2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ontario, L1H 7K4

Сведения об авторе: аспирант университета Онтарио, Технологический институт в Ошаве, Канада; член группы д-ра И. Динсера с сентября 2012 года; научный сотрудник Иллинойского технологического института в Чикаго.

Область научных интересов: металл-гидридный комплекс на основе систем хранения водорода, фотоэлектрохимическое производство водорода; управление отходами/консервация.



Ибрагим Динсер
Технологический институт университета Онтарио
Канада

факультет инженерных и прикладных наук, 

2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ontario, L1H 7K4

Сведения об авторе: д-р наук, профессор факультета инженерных и прикладных наук университета Онтарио, Технологический институт в Ошаве, Канада; активный член различных международных научных организаций; главный редактор, младший редактор, региональный редактор и член редколлегии различных престижных международных журналов.
Область научных интересов: водородные топливные элементы; фотоэлектрохимическое производство водорода и др.


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Для цитирования:


Акар К., Динсер И. АНАЛИЗ И ОЦЕНКА КОМБИНИРОВАННОЙ ФОТОЭЛЕКТРОХИМИЧЕСКОЙ СИСТЕМЫ НЕПРЕРЫВНОГО ТИПА ДЛЯ ПОЛУЧЕНИЯ ВОДОРОДА. Альтернативная энергетика и экология (ISJAEE). 2016;(9-10):66-81. https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2016.09-010.066-081

For citation:


Acar C., Dincer I. ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF A CONTINUOUS-TYPE HYBRID PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEM FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION. Alternative Energy and Ecology (ISJAEE). 2016;(9-10):66-81. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2016.09-010.066-081

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