Keywords and Phrases
Anaerobic digestion; Energy End-Uses; Hydrogen from renewable energy; Tri-generation
"The objective of this work has two major tasks that investigation the use of CHHP system at the Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) campus and studying solid waste as renewable source of energy: current and future possibility in Libya. Task one has three major topics. In Topic I, Design of Combined Hydrogen, Heat and Power (CHHP) system for the campus using local resources and treated biogas can be used to generate CHHP using a Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC). In Topic II, hydrogen recovery and cleaning system, Heat recovery and electric power usage, hydrogen compression, storage, and dispensing/distribution system, electricity use and economic benefits of the system in operation, and thermal use. In Topic III, utilization of hydrogen production, hydrogen end-uses, CHHP hydrogen output, and hydrogen application consider but not used in the design. In task 2, generation of solid waste in Libya, overview of Waste-to-energy (WTE) conversions, solid waste management, WTE benefits and challenges in Libya. Results for Tasks I and II have been presented."--Abstract, page iv.
Midha, A. (Ashok)
Sheffield, John W.
Landers, Robert G.
Samaranayake, V. A.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Study of a molten carbonate fuel cell combined heat, hydrogen and power system
- Study of combined heat, hydrogen and power system based on a molten carbonate fuel cell fed by biogas produced by anaerobic digestion
- Hydrogen recovery, cleaning, compression, storage, dispensing, distribution system and End-Uses on the university campus from combined heat, hydrogen and power system
- Hydrogen production and end-uses from combined heat, hydrogen and power system by using local resources
- Study of a molten carbonate fuel cell combined heat, hydrogen and power system: End-use application
- Solid waste as renewable source of energy: current and future possibility in Libya
xvi, 134 pages
© 2015 Tarek A Mohammed Hamad, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Open Access
Renewable energy sources
Molten carbonate fuel cells
Hydrogen as fuel
Electronic OCLC #
Link to Catalog Record
Hamad, Tarek A Mohammed, "System integration of hydrogen energy technologies using renewable energy resources" (2015). Doctoral Dissertations. 2384.