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Using this system the methanol reformer is characterized in its different operating points, both steady-state but also dynamically. Methanol steam reforming is a well known process, and provides good advantages when used together with HTPEM fuel cells. Many challenges exist in properly controlling such reformer systems and ensuring that key system states are controlled also during transients. The key system states monitored are different critical system temperatures in the evaporator, reformer and burner and the behaviour of the CO concentration of the reformate gas.
|Publication date||3 Dec 2011|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Dec 2011|
|Event||Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Conference 2011 - Xcaret, Mexico|
Duration: 1 Dec 2011 → 5 Dec 2011
|Conference||Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Conference 2011|
|Period||01/12/2011 → 05/12/2011|
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Kær, S. K., Vestin, K., Korsgaard, A., Udby, L. & Andreasen, S. J.
01/01/2010 → 28/02/2012