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1. WOWO/2014/149230 - HYDROGEN SUPPLEMENTAL SYSTEM FOR ON-DEMAND HYDROGEN GENERATION FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES25.09.2014
C25B 1/04
PCT/US2014/015505HNO GREENFUELS, INC.OWENS, Donald, Wade
A portable, on-demand hydrogen generation system producing hydrogen and injecting the hydrogen into the air intake of internal combustion engines. Hydrogen and oxygen is produced with an electrolyzer from nonelectrolyte water in a supply tank. The hydrogen and oxygen is passed back thru the supply tank for distribution and water preservation. The gases are kept separate by a divider in the tank. The device is optionally powered by the vehicle battery, a stand alone battery, waste heat of the internal combustion engine or solar energy. The system utilizes a vacuum switch or other engine sensor that permits power to the device and therefore hydrogen production only when the engine is in operation.

2. WOWO/2014/147991 - HYDROGEN GENERATION APPARATUS, FUEL CELL SYSTEM PROVIDED THEREWITH, METHOD FOR OPERATING HYDROGEN GENERATION APPARATUS, AND METHOD FOR OPERATING FUEL CELL SYSTEM25.09.2014
C01B 3/38
PCT/JP2014/001312PANASONIC CORPORATIONMUKAI, Yuji
This hydrogen generation apparatus is provided with: a reformer (9); a raw material feeder (2) for feeding a raw material to the reformer (9); a combustor (10) for heating the reformer (9); an air feeder (13) for feeding air to the combustor (10); a hydro-desulfurizer (3) for removing sulfur compounds from the raw material through hydrogenation; a heater for heating the hydro-desulfurizer (3); a desulfurization temperature detector for detecting the temperature of the hydro-desulfurizer (3); a cooling channel (24) through which at least a part of the air that is to be fed from the air feeder (13) to the combustor (10) passes and which cools the hydro-desulfurizer (3); and a controller (29). When the temperature detected by the desulfurization temperature detector exceeds a first temperature threshold set previously, the controller (29) adjusts the flow rate of air fed to the cooling channel (24) to a level higher than the level set when the temperature detected thereby is not higher than the first temperature threshold.

3. WOWO/2014/151191 - INTEGRATED CARBON CAPTURE AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTION USING FUEL CELLS25.09.2014
C01B 3/50
PCT/US2014/025185EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
In various aspects, systems and methods are provided for operating a molten carbonate fuel cell, such as a fuel cell assembly, with increased production of syngas or hydrogen while also reducing or minimizing the amount of CO2 exiting the fuel cell in the cathode exhaust stream. This can allow for improved efficiency of syngas production while also generating electrical power.

4. WOWO/2014/151207 - INTEGRATION OF MOLTEN CARBONATE FUEL CELLS IN A REFINERY SETTING25.09.2014
H01M 8/06
PCT/US2014/025208EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
In various aspects, systems and methods are provided for operating molten carbonate fuel cells in a refinery setting. The molten carbonate fuel cells can be used to provide hydrogen to various refinery processes, including providing hydrogen in place of using a carbon-based fuel for various combustion reactions. In a further aspect, CO2 -containing streams generated by refinery processes can also be used as input streams to the molten carbonate fuel cells.

5. WOWO/2014/151196 - INTEGRATED OPERATION OF MOLTEN CARBONATE FUEL CELLS25.09.2014
H01M 8/06
PCT/US2014/025192EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
In various aspects, systems and methods are provided for operating a molten carbonate fuel cell assembly at increased power density. This can be accomplished in part by performing an effective amount of an endothermic reaction within the fuel cell stack in an integrated manner. This can allow for increased power density while still maintaining a desired temperature differential within the fuel cell assembly.

6. WOWO/2014/151189 - INTEGRATED POWER GENERATION AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTION USING FUEL CELLS25.09.2014
C01B 3/50
PCT/US2014/025181EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
In various aspects, systems and methods are provided for operating a molten carbonate fuel cell with an excess of reformable fuel relative to the amount of oxidation performed in the anode of the fuel cell. Instead of selecting the operating conditions of a fuel cell to improve or maximize the electrical efficiency of the fuel cell, an excess of reformable fuel can be passed into the anode of the fuel cell to increase the chemical energy output of the fuel cell. This can lead to an increase in the total efficiency of the fuel cell based on the combined electrical efficiency and chemical efficiency of the fuel cell.

7. WOWO/2014/151215 - INTEGRATION OF MOLTEN CARBONATE FUEL CELLS WITH FERMENTATION PROCESSES25.09.2014
C01B 3/50
PCT/US2014/025219EXXONMOBILE RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
In various aspects, systems and methods are provided for operating a molten carbonate fuel cell assembly at increased power density. This can be accomplished in part by performing an effective amount of an endothermic reaction within the fuel cell stack in an integrated manner. This can allow for increased power density while still maintaining a desired temperature differential within the fuel cell assembly.

8. WOWO/2014/151210 - INTEGRATED POWER GENERATION USING MOLTEN CARBONATE FUEL CELLS25.09.2014
C01B 3/50
PCT/US2014/025212EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
In various aspects, systems and methods are provided for integrated operation of molten carbonate fuel cells with turbines for power generation. Instead of selecting the operating conditions of a fuel cell to improve or maximize the electrical efficiency of the fuel cell, an excess of reformable fuel can be passed into the anode of the fuel cell to increase the chemical energy output of the fuel cell. The increased chemical energy output can be used for additional power generation, such as by providing fuel for a hydrogen turbine.

9. WOWO/2014/151199 - INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL POWER AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTION USING FUEL CELLS25.09.2014
H01M 8/06
PCT/US2014/025195EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
In various aspects, systems and methods are provided for operating a molten carbonate fuel cell, such as a fuel cell assembly, with increased production of syngas while also reducing or minimizing the amount of C02 exiting the fuel cell in the cathode exhaust stream. This can allow for improved efficiency of syngas production while also generating electrical power.

10. WOWO/2014/151188 - INTEGRATED POWER GENERATION AND CARBON CAPTURE USING FUEL CELLS25.09.2014
C01B 3/50
PCT/US2014/025180EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANYBERLOWITZ, Paul, J.
Systems and methods are provided for capturing CO2 from a combustion source using molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFCs). The fuel cells are operated to have a reduced anode fuel utilization. Optionally, at least a portion of the anode exhaust is recycled for use as a fuel for the combustion source. Optionally, a second portion of the anode exhaust is recycled for use as part of an anode input stream. This can allow for a reduction in the amount of fuel cell area required for separating CO2 from the combustion source exhaust and/or modifications in how the fuel cells are operated.


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