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Experimental study on gasoline reforming assisted by nonthermal arc discharge

Abstract : On-board hydrogen production out of hydrocarbons reforming for fuel cells feed-in is subject to problems when using traditional catalytic reformers. High device weight, a relatively long transient time, and catalyst poisoning make their integration in a vehicle complex. In response to these challenges', reforming processes based on cold plasma have been implemented over recent years. This paper presents a nonthermal arc discharge system based on a high voltage, low current power source (about 2 kV and 0.5 A), designed to convert gasoline into hydrogen rich gas under autothermal or partial oxidation conditions for car applications.
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Jean-Damien Rollier, José Gonzalez-Aguilar, Guillaume Petitpas, Adeline Darmon, Laurent Fulcheri, et al.. Experimental study on gasoline reforming assisted by nonthermal arc discharge. Energy & Fuels, American Chemical Society, 2008, 22 (1), pp.556-560. ⟨10.1021/ef700540v⟩. ⟨hal-00505974⟩



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