Nuclear Hydrogen Production Process Design and Economics
Hydrogen can be produced via water-splitting by the use of heat from a high-temperature nuclear reactor combined with various hydrogen production processes, including thermochemical, electrolytic, and hybrid cycles. This session will include papers discussing the plant design, system analysis, economics and infrastructure issues of nuclear hydrogen production. Analysis of plant efficiency and process modeling of hydrogen production processes (with emphasis on overall plant system performance) may also be included.
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