Exergy analysis of a simulation of the sulfuric acid decomposition process of the SI cycle for nuclear hydrogen production
- Exergy analysis of a simulation of the sulfuric acid decomposition process of the SI cycle for nuclear hydrogen production
- 박재득; 조재현; 정헌; 정광덕; 문일
- Exergy analysis; sulfuric acid decomposition; SI cycle process; Hydrogen production
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- International journal of hydrogen energy
- VOL 39, NO 1, 54-61
- his article details comprehensive energy and exergy analyses of the sulfuric acid decomposition process of the sulfur–iodine (SI) thermochemical cycle for hydrogen production. Energy and exergy efficiencies of the proposed process were evaluated over a variety of reaction temperatures and pressures. At an atmospheric temperature of 25 °C, the calculated values of exergy destruction of the H2SO4 decomposer ranged between 157 kJ/mol and 360 kJ/mol over reaction temperatures of 800–1000 °C and pressures between 1 and 50 atm. It was shown that the exergy efficiency of the H2SO4 decomposer improved with an increase in reaction temperature, while reaction pressure had a negative effect on exergy efficiency.
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