Fabrication of ternary palladium alloy membranes for hydrogen production

Aisling Brazel, Amanda Lewis, James Douglas Way & Colin A. Wolden
Demand for hydrogen, for use in fuels, fertilizers, and the production of ammonia, is increasing. Since 95% of all hydrogen produced in the United States is through the steam reformation of methane, with only a 50% conversion, a limited equilibrium in the water-gas shift, and an extensive, intensive separation train being required, the goal of this project is to introduce membrane reactors for H2 production. The ideal process stream reforms CH4 and +H20 through a...
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