Experimental and theoretical analysis of H2S effects on MCFCs
- Experimental and theoretical analysis of H2S effects on MCFCs
- N. Di Giulio; B. Bosio; E. Arato; V. Cigolotti; S. McPhail; A. Moreno; 한종희; 윤성필; 남석우
- MCFC; H2S poisoning; Ni anode
- Issue Date
- 2011 International Workshop on Molten Carbonates & Related Topics
- , 80-80
- Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFCs) are currently being demonstrated in several sites around the
world. Nevertheless, a strong R&D activity is also being carried out by research organizations, industrial
companies and universities because there are still some technical issues to solve before MCFCs can penetrate the
market and compete with traditional energy systems. In this scenario, an important feature concerns the
possibility to feed MCFCs with different fuel gases (natural gas, coal gas, biofuels, landfill gas, …), in fact fuels
can contain contaminants harmful to MCFC operation, causing degradation of performance and reduction of
cell-life. Among impurities, sulphur compounds seem to be the most damaging ones even at low concentrations.
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