Analysis Proton Conducting Electrolyte IT-SOFC Hybrid System Exhaust Gas With External Reforming of Biofuel
Nizar Amir, I.N.G. Wardana
J. Pure App. Chem. Res. Vol 2, No 2 (2013), pp. 66-71
Submitted: March 02, 2013     Accepted: May 29, 2013     Published: May 30, 2013


In this analysis, a hybrid system containing proton SOFC (P-SOFC) combine with micro gas turbine (MGT) with biofuel external reforming is investigation to decrease the greenhouse gases problem facing in electrical power plant. The hybrid system consist of a proton solid oxide fuel cell stack, a micro gas turbine, a combustor, compressors, heat exchangers and external reformer. The main operating parameter such as, fuel utilization and steam - carbon ratio is determined in this analysis.

Keywords : Proton SOFC, Hybrid system, External reforming, Greenhouse Gases
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