On the regeneration of thermally regenerative ammonia batteries

Risultato della ricerca: Article

3 Citazioni (Scopus)

Abstract

In the past few years, thermally regenerative ammonia battery (TRAB) has been proposed as an effective tool to recover waste heat at temperatures below 130 °C. Most of the literature available is devoted to the power production step, with less attention being given to the regeneration step (e.g. the removal of ammonia from the anolyte). In this paper, the TRAB is analyzed with particular attention to the regeneration step and to the study of various generation of energy-regeneration cycles. It was shown that approximately 90 °C is necessary for the regeneration step due to the fact that ammonia is present in the anolyte mainly as a complex. Various cycles were performed with success, demonstrating the efficacy of the proposed regeneration step.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine8
RivistaJournal of Applied Electrochemistry
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

Fingerprint

Ammonia
Waste heat
Temperature

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Chemical Engineering(all)
  • Electrochemistry
  • Materials Chemistry

Cita questo

@article{8e3fcec73927411a813c32bb7062ce4c,
title = "On the regeneration of thermally regenerative ammonia batteries",
abstract = "In the past few years, thermally regenerative ammonia battery (TRAB) has been proposed as an effective tool to recover waste heat at temperatures below 130 °C. Most of the literature available is devoted to the power production step, with less attention being given to the regeneration step (e.g. the removal of ammonia from the anolyte). In this paper, the TRAB is analyzed with particular attention to the regeneration step and to the study of various generation of energy-regeneration cycles. It was shown that approximately 90 °C is necessary for the regeneration step due to the fact that ammonia is present in the anolyte mainly as a complex. Various cycles were performed with success, demonstrating the efficacy of the proposed regeneration step.",
author = "Fabrizio Vicari and Alessandro Galia and Onofrio Scialdone and Adriana D'Angelo and Yohan Kouko and Alessandro Loffredi",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
journal = "Journal of Applied Electrochemistry",
issn = "0021-891X",
publisher = "Springer Netherlands",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - On the regeneration of thermally regenerative ammonia batteries

AU - Vicari, Fabrizio

AU - Galia, Alessandro

AU - Scialdone, Onofrio

AU - D'Angelo, Adriana

AU - Kouko, Yohan

AU - Loffredi, Alessandro

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - In the past few years, thermally regenerative ammonia battery (TRAB) has been proposed as an effective tool to recover waste heat at temperatures below 130 °C. Most of the literature available is devoted to the power production step, with less attention being given to the regeneration step (e.g. the removal of ammonia from the anolyte). In this paper, the TRAB is analyzed with particular attention to the regeneration step and to the study of various generation of energy-regeneration cycles. It was shown that approximately 90 °C is necessary for the regeneration step due to the fact that ammonia is present in the anolyte mainly as a complex. Various cycles were performed with success, demonstrating the efficacy of the proposed regeneration step.

AB - In the past few years, thermally regenerative ammonia battery (TRAB) has been proposed as an effective tool to recover waste heat at temperatures below 130 °C. Most of the literature available is devoted to the power production step, with less attention being given to the regeneration step (e.g. the removal of ammonia from the anolyte). In this paper, the TRAB is analyzed with particular attention to the regeneration step and to the study of various generation of energy-regeneration cycles. It was shown that approximately 90 °C is necessary for the regeneration step due to the fact that ammonia is present in the anolyte mainly as a complex. Various cycles were performed with success, demonstrating the efficacy of the proposed regeneration step.

UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10447/295161

M3 - Article

JO - Journal of Applied Electrochemistry

JF - Journal of Applied Electrochemistry

SN - 0021-891X

ER -