||WO||WO/2014/112422 - HYDROGEN PRODUCTION METHOD||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2014/050207||HITACHI ZOSEN CORPORATION||HIKAZUDANI, Susumu|
The present invention provides a hydrogen production
method that has very high safety and can easily produce hydrogen
, which provides clean energy, without using ammonia as has been conventional. By means of the present invention, it is possible to produce hydrogen
by reacting water with a hydrogen-substituted mayenite (Ca24Al28O644+·4H-) resulting from substituting hydrogen for the free oxygen in mayenite ((Ca24Al28O644+·2O2-), and it is possible to produce hydrogen
by reacting water with conductive mayenite ((Ca24Al28O644+·4e-) obtained by means of ultraviolet irradiation of the hydrogen-substituted mayenite (Ca24Al28O644+·4H-) resulting from substituting hydrogen for the free oxygen in mayenite ((Ca24Al28O644+·2O2-).
||WO||WO/2014/112351 - HYDROGEN GENERATING DEVICE AND FUEL CELL SYSTEM||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2014/000114||PANASONIC CORPORATION||KITA, Hiromi|
A hydrogen generating
device is provided with: a hydro-desulfurizer that eliminates sulfur compounds in raw materials and has a cylindrical first wall; a reformer that uses the raw materials supplied by the hydro-desulfurizer and generates a gas containing hydrogen; a cylindrically shaped second wall provided coaxially with the first wall so as to face the first wall; and an electric heater having a part that extends in the axial direction of the first wall in a gap between the first wall and the second wall and is provided in a ring shape while folding back in the axial direction of the first wall.
||WO||WO/2014/109554 - OXYGEN-HYDROGEN MIXED GAS GENERATOR AND OXYGEN-HYDROGEN MIXED GAS GENERATION SYSTEM FOR MACHINES INCLUDING VEHICLES, CAPABLE OF GENERATING OXYGEN-HYDROGEN MIXED GAS ENABLING REPLACEMENT OF FOSSIL FUEL||17.07.2014||
||PCT/KR2014/000215||YUN, Saeng Jin||YUN, Saeng Jin|
The present invention relates to an oxygen-hydrogen
mixed gas generator
and an oxygen-hydrogen
mixed gas generation
system, which can generate
mixed gas capable of replacing a fossil fuel and can be used for machines including vehicles. The oxygen-hydrogen
mixed gas generator
, according to one embodiment of the present invention, is an oxygen-hydrogen
mixed gas generator
which can be used for machines including vehicles, the device comprising: three or more electrode plates which face one another and are arranged by being spaced in a line; and sealing members made from elastic material which are inserted among the electrode plates so as to form electrolyte receiving spaces in which electrolytes can be charged with the electrode plates, and which are watertight, wherein: the adjacent electrolyte receiving spaces are communicated with each other by electrolyte flow holes formed on the lower part of the electrode plates and mixed gas flow holes formed on the upper part of the electrode plates; the electrolyte flow holes of the adjacent electrode plates do not overlap with each other; the electrode plates include electrode plate bodies that form the electrolyte receiving spaces and radiation frame units that come in contact with air by protruding along the circumference of the electrode plate bodies; voltages of positive and negative poles are alternately applied to the electrode plates such that oxygen and hydrogen
through electrolytic analysis of the electrolytes supplied to the electrolyte flow holes are collected by leaking to the outside through the mixed gas flow holes; an inductive member for inducing the position at which the sealing members are to be placed is further comprised; drain cocks which are provided in the electrolyte flow holes and selectively open and close the electrolyte flow holes are further placed on an electrode plate positioned on the outermost side among the plurality of electrode plates; and the thickness of the sealing members is thicker than the thickness of the inductive member.
||WO||WO/2014/108636 - METHOD FOR PRODUCING HYDROGEN||17.07.2014||
||PCT/FR2014/050025||CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE||DUHAMEL, Louise|
The present invention relates to a method for producing hydrogen
at a low temperature from alcohols without forming carbon, using a cerium and nickel oxyhydride material, and to the use of such a material as a catalyst for transforming alcohols into hydrogen.
||WO||WO/2014/106699 - METHOD FOR PRODUCING PURIFIED HYDROGEN AND DEVICE FOR CARRYING OUT SUCH PRODUCTION||10.07.2014||
||PCT/FR2013/052950||COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES||NGAMENI JIEMBOU, Joseph|
A method for producing hydrogen
from a gaseous mixture comprising H2, H2O and CO at a temperature greater than 100 °C, or indeed greater than or equal to 150°C, comprising the following steps: - passing the gaseous mixture into a purification unit (2) comprising at least one MEA carrying out the electro-oxidation of H2 and CO, and the generation of H2; passing the obtained gaseous mixture containing H2 into a cooling unit (3); passing the obtained gaseous mixture containing H2 into a compressor (4) comprising at least one MEA carrying out the electro-oxidation and the generation of pressurised H2, according to which the gas retentate of the purification unit (2) is reintroduced into the gaseous mixture containing H2 before it is introduced into the compressor (4), and advantageously before it moves into the cooling unit (3).
||US||20140186258 - METHOD FOR PRODUCING HYDROGEN FROM BIOGAS||03.07.2014||
||14237956||Allidieres Laurent||Allidieres Laurent|
The present invention relates to a method for producing hydrogen by steam-reforming biomethane and producing hydrogen by purifying the shifted syngas by PSA, including at least one step of purifying a first portion of the biogas supplied for producing biomethane, which is reformed, the resulting syngas being shifted and purified by PSA. The waste gas from the PSA is used as secondary fuel for the reforming furnace, raw or partially purified biogas being used as primary fuel for the furnace.
||WO||WO/2014/103111 - HYDROGEN GENERATION DEVICE AND FUEL CELL SYSTEM||03.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/006144||PANASONIC CORPORATION||TAMURA, Yoshio|
A hydrogen generation
device (100) is equipped with: a reformer (1) for generating
-containing gas by using a starting material gas; a hydro-desulfurizer (2) for removing a sulfur compound in the starting material gas; a recycling channel (3) for supplying the hydrogen-containing gas to the starting material gas before introducing the starting material gas to the hydro-desulfurizer (2); an ejector (5) into which the hydrogen-containing gas from the recycling channel (3) flows, and positioned in a starting-material-gas channel at a location upstream from the hydro-desulfurizer (2); and a heater (6) for heating the ejector (5).
||WO||WO/2014/103109 - HYDROGEN GENERATION DEVICE AND FUEL CELL SYSTEM||03.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/006014||PANASONIC CORPORATION||TAMURA, Yoshio|
A hydrogen generation
device (100) is equipped with: a reformer (3) for generating
-containing gas by using a starting material; a hydro-desulfurizer (2) for removing a sulfur compound in the starting material; a recycling channel (8) for supplying the hydrogen-containing gas to the starting material before introducing the starting material to the hydro-desulfurizer (2); a booster (1) for supplying the starting material to the reformer (3); a starting-material supply channel (5) through which the starting material to be supplied to the reformer (3) flows; and an ejector (9) into which the hydrogen-containing gas from the recycling channel (8) flows, and positioned in the starting-material supply channel (5) at a location downstream of the booster (1) and upstream of the hydro-desulfurizer (2).
||WO||WO/2014/102393 - METHOD FOR PROCESSING FISCHER-TROPSCH OFF-GAS||03.07.2014||
||PCT/EP2013/078171||SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V.||SADASIVAN VIJAYAKUMARI, Sivakumar|
This invention concerns a method for recovering carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide from Fischer-Tropsch off-gas by feeding Fischer-Tropsch off-gas through a column comprising an adsorbent bed, and discharging effluent, optionally rinsing the column and the adsorbent bed by feeding NG and discharging effluent until at least 60% of the carbon monoxide that was present in the bed is discharged, pressurizing the column and adsorbent bed with NG, rinsing the column and the adsorbent bed by feeding NG until at least 50% of the carbon dioxide present at the commencement of this rinsing step is discharged, rinsing the column and adsorbent bed by feeding a mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen, pressurizing the column and adsorbent bed by feeding a mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen. With this method a feed comprising at least 50 vol% carbon monoxide can be produced. Furthermore, methane and carbon dioxide at a high pressure can be recovered from the Fischer- Tropsch gas. This can be fed to a gasifier or a reformer. In a preferred embodiment a gas comprising at least 80 vol% hydrogen
||WO||WO/2014/102288 - PROCESS FOR PREPARING A PARAFFIN PRODUCT||03.07.2014||
||PCT/EP2013/078002||SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V.||FLEYS, Matthieu Simon Henri|
The invention relates to a process for preparing a paraffin product from a carbonaceous feedstock comprising (a) partial oxidation of the carbonaceous feedstock to obtain a mixture comprising hydrogen and carbon monoxide, (b) performing a Fischer-Tropsch reaction using the mixture as obtained in step (a) and recovering an off-gas from the Fischer-Tropsch reaction and a paraffin product, (c)subjecting at least a part of the off-gas from the Fischer-Tropsch reaction to conversion using a catalyst comprising iron, or a catalyst comprising iron and chromium, followed by a hydrogenation step (d) using a steam/off-gas mol ratio in the range of between 0.5 and 1.5 and a catalyst comprising copper and zinc, followed by a conversion step (e) using a nickel based catalyst, and (f) preparing a hydrogen comprising gas from at least a part of the off-gas from the Fischer-Tropsch reaction.