||WO||WO/2014/062286 - HYDROGEN GAS GENERATOR||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2013/054826||INTELLIGENT ENERGY, INC.||BARTON, Russell H.|
A hydrogen generator
, a fuel pellet assembly for use in the hydrogen generator
and a fuel cell system are disclosed. The hydrogen generator
includes a housing having a lid pivotally connected to a base and a strip having a plurality of heaters on one side and a second plurality of heaters on the opposite side. A first cartridge is disposed on one side of the strip and a second cartridge is disposed on the opposite side. Each of the first and second cartridges has a plurality of fuel pellets, each including a hydrogen-containing material that will release a hydrogen gas when heated. The heaters are selectively activated to heat one or more fuel pellets to initiate the release of hydrogen gas.
||WO||WO/2014/059513 - SYNTHESIS GAS SEPARATION AND REFORMING PROCESS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000801||ENERKEM, INC.||GLYNN JEWELL, Richard, Peter|
A method of obtaining
and purified carbon monoxide from crude synthesis gas. A first crude synthesis gas stream is passed through a first separation zone to separate a hydrogen stream from a stream comprising carbon monoxide and methane. The carbon monoxide and methane are subjected to thermal reforming to produce a second crude synthesis gas, which is passed through a second separation zone to separate carbon monoxide from the second crude synthesis gas stream.
||WO||WO/2014/060417 - ELECTROLYSIS CELL OF ALKALI SOLUTIONS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/EP2013/071534||INDUSTRIE DE NORA S.P.A.||IACOPETTI, Luciano|
The invention relates to an electrolysis cell of alkali solutions partitioned by an ion-exchange membrane into an anodic compartment in which an alkaline electrolyte is circulated and a cathodic compartment consisting of a gas chamber; the cathodic compartment contains a gas-diffusion cathode in whose interior an electrolyte film coming from the anodic compartment percolates.
||WO||WO/2014/062833 - HYDROGEN PRODUCTION CATALYSTS AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2013/065286||HELTON, Bill, W.||HELTON, Bill, W.|
An alkaline catalyst for hydrogen generation
can comprise a first metal (102), a second metal (104), and hydroxide (104). When the alkaline catalyst is added to an aqueous solution containing a hydrogen generation
metal, the aqueous solution produces at least 4 L of hydrogen per 5 gram of hydrogen generation
metal per 15 minutes at a production temperature of 140°F and at a pressure of 1 atm.
||WO||WO/2014/062624 - HYDROGEN RECYCLER WITH OXYGEN REACTOR||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2013/064953||H2 PUMP LLC||HIRSCH, Robert, S.|
A hydrogen recycling system for a controlled atmosphere unit operation with an exhaust vent and an inlet port includes: a hydrogen recycle unit in fluid communication with the exhaust vent and in fluid communication with the inlet port; and an oxygen reactor being located between the controlled atmosphere unit operation and said hydrogen recycle unit and in fluid communication with the controlled atmosphere unit operation and said hydrogen recycle unit.
||WO||WO/2014/056535 - PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SYNTHESIS GAS||17.04.2014||
||PCT/EP2012/070133||HALDOR TOPSØE A/S||DYBKJÆR, Ib|
The invention relates to a process for the production synthesis gas from Fischer-Tropsch tail gas including autothermal reforming and shifting a portion of autothermally reformed process gas in order to produce product stream of synthesis gas richer in carbon monoxide.
||WO||WO/2014/057013 - PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SYNTHESIS GAS||17.04.2014||
||PCT/EP2013/071113||HALDOR TOPSØE A/S||DYBKJÆR, Ib|
The invention relates to a process for the production of synthesis gas from tail gas including autothermal reforming and shifting a portion of autothermally reformed process gas in order to produce a product stream of synthesis gas richer in carbon monoxide.
||WO||WO/2014/056386 - HYDROGEN GENERATING COMPOSITION, REACTOR, DEVICE AND HYDROGEN PRODUCTION METHOD||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/083551||JIN, Ke||JIN, Ke|
Disclosed are a hydrogen generating
composition, reactor, device and hydrogen production
method, the composition comprising sodium borohydride and a filler; the filler is a substance having a solubility less than 10g/100g water and being chemically stable under a basic or neutral condition at the temperature from 130℃ to 140℃; the bulk size of the filler is 0.02-16 times the bulk size of the sodium borohydride; the mass ratio between the filler and the sodium borohydride is less than or equal to 2:1; the bulk specific gravity of the filler is less than 16; and the average particle diameter of the filler is less than that of the sodium borohydride. The present invention has a high weight density of the produced hydrogen
, full reaction and lower cost, and is environmentally friendly, practical, and simple to pause and restart.
||WO||WO/2014/058907 - INTEGRATED HYDROPROCESSING||17.04.2014||
||PCT/US2013/063923||VENTECH ENGINEERS INTERNATIONAL LLC||ARMISTEAD, George|
The present invention relates to a method and system for converting gas to liquids and fractionating crude oil or condensate. Advantageously, it includes hydroprocessing at least a portion of the fractionated product and at least a portion of the Fischer-Tropsch products in the same hydroprocessor. Among other advantages the present invention provides for improved output quality for diesel and/or naphtha, reduced transportation and/or storage costs, and/or enhanced energy efficiency.
||WO||WO/2014/056110 - REACTANT FLOW CHANNELS FOR ELECTROLYZER APPLICATIONS||17.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050769||POWERDISC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD.||MACKINNON, Sean Michael|
An electrolyzer or unitized regenerative fuel cell has a flow field comprising at least one channel, wherein the cross-sectional area of the channel varies along at least a portion of the channel length. In some embodiments the channel width decreases along at least a portion of the length of the channel according to a natural exponential function. The use of this type of improved flow field channel can improve performance and efficiency of operation of the electrolyzer device.