Performance analysis of a hydrogen liquefaction system using commercial cryogenic refrigerators for procooling
- Performance analysis of a hydrogen liquefaction system using commercial cryogenic refrigerators for procooling
- 김승현; 장호명; 강병하
- 수소액화; 예냉기; FOM
- Issue Date
- VOL 9, NO 2, 53-64
- Thermal analysis on a Linde-Hampson hydrogen liquefaction system using cryogenic refrigerators as precooling has been carried out. Three commercially available models of cryogenic refrigerators, such as CTI 1020CP, CVI CGR009 and CVI CGR011, are considered in the performance analysis. The effect of ortho-para conversion process during hydrogen liquefaction is also studied in detail. The results obtained indicate that the optimal hydrogen mass flow rate and the optimal compressed pressure exist for the maximum hydrogen liquefaction rate. The optimal compressed pressure is increased in the range of 80-120 bar with an increase in the hydrogen mass flow rate. It is also found that better performance could be obtained with a cryogenic refrigerator, which produces high cooling capacity at precooling temperature in the range of 80-100 K.
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