TITLE

Kietojo oksido kuro elemento energetinių sąnaudų analize

AUTHOR(S)
Pakulytė, Giedrė; Martinaitis, Vytautas; Milčius, Darius
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Energetika;2006, Issue 4, p80
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Future alternatives must be developed for long-term and environment-friendly energy supply needed by the constantly growing world's population. Electrical-generation efficiencies of 70% are possible nowadays, along with heat recovery possibility. Fuel cells appear to be an important technology for the future. They can run on a variety of fuels, from solar hydrogen to methanol, from biomass to gasified coal. As the technology develops, and if the cost of fossil fuels continues to rise, this clean, efficient alternative will find more and more practical uses. The paper discusses stationary applications of the Solid Oxide Fuel Cells system. Fuel, oxygen and produced energy calculations are presented.
ACCESSION #
23965370

 

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