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Partial oxidation reformer development for fuel cell vehicles

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5 Author(s)
Ahmed, S. ; Div. of Chem. Technol., Argonne Nat. Lab., IL, USA ; Doshi, R. ; Lee, S.H.D. ; Kumar, R.
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A bench-scale partial oxidation reformer that is compact (1.8 L) and light-weight has been demonstrated with methanol fuel. The hydrogen output from the reactor had a lower heating value of 12 kW. The gas contained over 50% hydrogen and less than 1% carbon monoxide. A novel class of catalyst materials has been identified which is able to convert various hydrocarbons, including gasoline, to a hydrogen-rich product gas. Tested in a micro-reactor with gasoline and oxygen at 760°C, these catalysts yielded a product gas containing over 60% hydrogen

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Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, 1997. IECEC-97., Proceedings of the 32nd Intersociety

Date of Conference:

27 Jul-1 Aug 1997