||WO||WO/2014/169373 - PROCESS FOR GENERATING HYDROGEN USING PHOTO-CATALYTIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL||23.10.2014||
||PCT/CA2014/000352||GHANDI, Khashayar||GHANDI, Khashayar|
The present disclosure relates to a photo-catalytic composite material and a process for generating hydrogen
gas using the photo-catalytic composite material. The disclosure also relates to processes for preparing the photo-catalytic composite material, and an apparatus for using the material to measure gas evolution or consumption. The photo-catalytic composite material comprises (a) at least one semi-conductive material; and (b) at least one conductive polymer. The semi-conductive material is preferably TiO2 and the conductive polymer is preferably a polypyrrole.
||WO||WO/2014/170200 - METHODS FOR PRODUCTION OF LIQUID HYDROCARBONS FROM ENERGY, CO2 AND H2O||23.10.2014||
||PCT/EP2014/057267||SANNER, Gunnar||SANNER, Gunnar|
Energy uploading method transferring energy into liquid hydrocarbon comprising the steps a) preparing a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide from carbon dioxide, H2O and energy, b) reacting said mixture to form liquid hydrocarbon, c) transferring heat energy from the formed liquid hydrocarbon to the carbon dioxide and or the H2O.
||WO||WO/2014/170281 - METHOD FOR OPERATING AN ELECTROLYSIS DEVICE||23.10.2014||
||PCT/EP2014/057544||H-TEC SYSTEMS GMBH||SMARSCH, Svetlana|
The invention relates to a method for operating an electrolysis device (2) for generating hydrogen
, wherein, in a water circuit, water from a PEM electrolyzer (6) is cooled in a cooling device (10) and then supplied to an ion exchanger (4) for processing the water and the water is supplied after the processing in the ion exchanger (4) to a PEM electrolyzer (6), wherein heat is extracted from the water before being supplied to the cooling device (10) and a portion of said extracted heat is resupplied to the water after processing in the ion exchanger (4) and before entry into the PEM electrolyzer (6).
||WO||WO/2014/172038 - HYDROGEN PRODUCTION PROCESS||23.10.2014||
||PCT/US2014/027007||LINDE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT||TAMHANKAR, Satish, S.|
A method is disclosed for producing high purity, high pressure hydrogen from a low pressure synthesis gas production process. The low pressure synthesis gas is produced from steam or carbon dioxide reforming of hydrocarbons, autothermal reforming of hydrocarbons or partial oxidation of hydrocarbons. The resulting low pressure synthesis gas mixture is fed to an electro-chemical cell wherein hydrogen is separated from the low pressure synthesis gas mixture and subjected to compression and high pressure; high purity hydrogen is recovered from the electro-chemical cell.
||WO||WO/2014/170337 - A HYDROGEN GAS GENERATOR SYSTEM||23.10.2014||
||PCT/EP2014/057652||CLEAN POWER HYDROGEN LIMITED||NIGEL, Williamson|
system comprises a reactor stack adapted to perform electrolysis on water in an electrolyte solution, the reactor stack comprising a plurality of spaced apart electrode plates and electrolyte solution disposed between the plates, each plate having an upper outlet aperture and a lower inlet aperture to allow movement of electrolyte solution across the plates. A separator is configured to receive a mixture of gas and electrolyte solution from a top of the reactor stack and separate the gas from the electrolyte solution. A gas outlet configured to remove gas from the separator, and an electrolyte solution inlet configured to return electrolyte solution from the separator to a bottom of the reactor stack. The system comprises a pump configured to pump electrolyte solution in a circuit from the electrolyte solution outlet of the separator/reservoir, through the reactor stack at velocity, and back to the separator/reservoir, and in which in the upper and lower apertures are sufficiently large to allow pumped flow through the reactor stack.
||WO||WO/2014/170203 - METHODS FOR PRODUCTION OF LIQUID HYDROCARBONS FROM METHANE AND CO2||23.10.2014||
||PCT/EP2014/057272||SANNER, Gunnar||SANNER, Gunnar|
A liquid hydrocarbon production method comprising a) reacting methane with water to form syngas containing hydrogen, b) reacting a part of the hydrogen with carbon dioxide to form methane and water, c) supplying said methane and water obtained from carbon dioxide to the syngas forming reaction and d) reacting the remaining syngas to form liquid hydrocarbons is disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/168298 - BEAUTY TOOL HAVING HYDROGEN GENERATION UNIT||16.10.2014||
||PCT/KR2013/007546||IM, Sung Koo||IM, Sung Koo|
The present invention relates to a beauty tool having a hydrogen generation
unit and, more specifically, to a massage apparatus for beauty treatment comprising a head part and a body part, wherein the body part has an cosmetic solution and pressure gas included therein and a hydrogen generation
unit provided in the head part generates hydrogen
as the cosmetic solution is discharged so as to massage a user by supplying the hydrogen with the cosmetic solution. The beauty tool having a hydrogen generation
unit, according to the present invention, comprises: a body part provided with a container having an cosmetic solution and pressure gas included therein and having a discharge pipe for discharging the cosmetic solution and the pressure gas in the container, and having an opening and closing part coupled to the upper part of the discharge pipe so as to open and close the discharge pipe; and a head part coupled to the upper part of the body part and having an outlet, which is coupled to the opening and closing part, formed to be penetrated therein, and provided with a hydrogen generation
unit for generating hydrogen
by reacting with the moisture of the cosmetic solution on the upper part of the outlet and with a porous pad for uniformly dispersing the hydrogen-contained cosmetic solution and the pressure gas to the skin, wherein a closing membrane for preventing the hydrogen-contained cosmetic solution and the pressure gas from flowing out is provided on the circumference of the porous pad, and thus, the included pressure gas and cosmetic solution are discharged from the container when the opening and closing part is opened and the hydrogen
when the discharged cosmetic solution passes through the hydrogen generation
unit such that the hydrogen is discharged with the cosmetic solution.
||WO||WO/2014/166992 - HIGH EFFICIENCY FUEL CELL SYSTEM WITH ANODE GAS CHEMICAL RECUPERATION AND CARBON CAPTURE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/EP2014/057147||SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT||IYENGAR, Arun K. S.|
A method of providing anode gas exhaust (38, 39) from a fuel cell stack (36) and carbon dioxide (54) capture by feeding reformed fuel and air into a fuel cell stack (36) where gas exhaust (38, 39) is fed to a series of oxidation/reduction beds (44, 46) to provide exit streams a) of H2O and CO2 (41´) which is fed to a condenser (52) to recover CO2 (54), and b) H2O and CO (48) which is recirculated to the fuel cell stack (36).
||WO||WO/2014/167477 - METHODS FOR PRODUCING COMBUSTIBLE GAS FROM THE ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER (HTE) OR CO-ELECTROLYSIS WITH H2O/CO2 IN THE SAME CHAMBER, AND ASSOCIATED CATALYTIC REACTOR AND SYSTEM||16.10.2014||
||PCT/IB2014/060481||COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES||REYTIER, Magali|
The invention relates to a novel reactor design, wherein the pressurised chamber contains both a high-temperature electrolysis (HTE) reactor with elementary electrolysis cell stacking for producing
or a synthesis gas ("syngas" for a H2 + CO mixture) from water vapour H2O and carbon dioxide C02, and at least one catalyst arranged at a distance and downstream of the outlet of the electrolyser for converting the previously produced synthesis gas into the desired combustible gas, by means of heterogeneous catalysis, the synthesis gas having being produced either directly from the electrolysis reactor or indirectly by mixing the hydrogen produced
with carbon dioxide C02 injected into the chamber.
||WO||WO/2014/167864 - HYDROGEN GENERATING DEVICE AND FUEL CELL SYSTEM PROVIDED WITH SAME||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2014/002074||PANASONIC CORPORATION||TAKEUCHI, Tomoya|
A hydrogen generating
device is provided with: a desulfurizer, which is provided with a desulfurization catalyst that eliminates sulfur compounds in raw materials by a desulfurization reaction and which is disposed such that the desulfurization catalyst is heatable by a first heat source; a reformer that generates a gas containing hydrogen using raw material that has passed through the desulfurizer; a first temperature detector that detects the temperature of the desulfurization catalyst at a prescribed location; a second temperature detector that detects the temperature of the desulfurization catalyst at a location further from the first heat source than the prescribed location; and a controller that controls heating of the desulfurization catalyst by the first heat source on the basis of the detection results of the first temperature detector and the second temperature detector.