Yang, Fusheng

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Study of MW-scale biogas-fed SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC hybrid power technology as distributed energy system: Thermodynamic, exergetic and thermo-economic evaluation

Wu, Zhen; Yao, Jing; Zhu, Pengfei; Yang, Fusheng; Meng, Xiangyu; Kurko, Sandra V.; Zhang, Zaoxiao

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Wu, Zhen
AU  - Yao, Jing
AU  - Zhu, Pengfei
AU  - Yang, Fusheng
AU  - Meng, Xiangyu
AU  - Kurko, Sandra V.
AU  - Zhang, Zaoxiao
PY  - 2021
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/9074
AB  - Advanced biogas power generation technology has been attracting attentions, which contributes to the waste disposal and the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. This work proposes and models a novel biogas-fed hybrid power generation system consisting of solid oxide fuel cell, water gas shift reaction, thermal swing adsorption and proton exchange membrane fuel cell (SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC). The thermodynamic, exergetic, and thermo-economic analyses of this hybrid system for power generation were conducted to comprehensively evaluate its performance. It was found that the novel biogas-fed hybrid system has a gross energy conversion efficiency of 68.63% and exergy efficiency of 65.36%, indicating high efficiency for this kind of hybrid power technology. The market sensitivity analysis showed that the hybrid system also has a low sensitivity to market price fluctuation. Under the current subsidy level for the distributed biogas power plant, the levelized cost of energy can be lowered to 0.02942 $/kWh for a 1 MW scale system. Accordingly, the payback period and annual return on investment can reach 1.4 year and about 20%, respectively. These results reveal that the proposed hybrid system is promising and economically feasible as a distributed power plant, especially for the small power scale (no more than 2 MW).
T2  - International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
T1  - Study of MW-scale biogas-fed SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC hybrid power technology as distributed energy system: Thermodynamic, exergetic and thermo-economic evaluation
VL  - 46
IS  - 19
SP  - 11183
EP  - 11198
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2020.02.111
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Wu, Zhen and Yao, Jing and Zhu, Pengfei and Yang, Fusheng and Meng, Xiangyu and Kurko, Sandra V. and Zhang, Zaoxiao",
year = "2021",
url = "https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/9074",
abstract = "Advanced biogas power generation technology has been attracting attentions, which contributes to the waste disposal and the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. This work proposes and models a novel biogas-fed hybrid power generation system consisting of solid oxide fuel cell, water gas shift reaction, thermal swing adsorption and proton exchange membrane fuel cell (SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC). The thermodynamic, exergetic, and thermo-economic analyses of this hybrid system for power generation were conducted to comprehensively evaluate its performance. It was found that the novel biogas-fed hybrid system has a gross energy conversion efficiency of 68.63% and exergy efficiency of 65.36%, indicating high efficiency for this kind of hybrid power technology. The market sensitivity analysis showed that the hybrid system also has a low sensitivity to market price fluctuation. Under the current subsidy level for the distributed biogas power plant, the levelized cost of energy can be lowered to 0.02942 $/kWh for a 1 MW scale system. Accordingly, the payback period and annual return on investment can reach 1.4 year and about 20%, respectively. These results reveal that the proposed hybrid system is promising and economically feasible as a distributed power plant, especially for the small power scale (no more than 2 MW).",
journal = "International Journal of Hydrogen Energy",
title = "Study of MW-scale biogas-fed SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC hybrid power technology as distributed energy system: Thermodynamic, exergetic and thermo-economic evaluation",
volume = "46",
number = "19",
pages = "11183-11198",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijhydene.2020.02.111"
}
Wu, Z., Yao, J., Zhu, P., Yang, F., Meng, X., Kurko, S. V.,& Zhang, Z. (2021). Study of MW-scale biogas-fed SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC hybrid power technology as distributed energy system: Thermodynamic, exergetic and thermo-economic evaluation.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 46(19), 11183-11198.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2020.02.111
Wu Z, Yao J, Zhu P, Yang F, Meng X, Kurko SV, Zhang Z. Study of MW-scale biogas-fed SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC hybrid power technology as distributed energy system: Thermodynamic, exergetic and thermo-economic evaluation. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2021;46(19):11183-11198
Wu Zhen, Yao Jing, Zhu Pengfei, Yang Fusheng, Meng Xiangyu, Kurko Sandra V., Zhang Zaoxiao, "Study of MW-scale biogas-fed SOFC-WGS-TSA-PEMFC hybrid power technology as distributed energy system: Thermodynamic, exergetic and thermo-economic evaluation" International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 46, no. 19 (2021):11183-11198,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2020.02.111 .
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Study of an autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor by reaction heat recovery as hydrogen source for the application of fuel cell power system

Yao, Jing; Zhu, Pengfei; Qian, Chenhui; Hamidullah, Usamah; Kurko, Sandra V.; Yang, Fusheng; Zhang, Zaoxiao; Wu, Zhen

(2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Yao, Jing
AU  - Zhu, Pengfei
AU  - Qian, Chenhui
AU  - Hamidullah, Usamah
AU  - Kurko, Sandra V.
AU  - Yang, Fusheng
AU  - Zhang, Zaoxiao
AU  - Wu, Zhen
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/8952
AB  - This paper proposes a novel autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor as the hydrogen source for the fuel cell power system, which employs phase change material (PCM) to recycle the hydrogen storage heat. A three-dimensional model of the metal hydride reactor coupled with a salt hydrate PCM for heat recovery is developed. Based on the model, the effects of key operating and design parameters on the reactor are investigated for performance optimization, including operating pressure, melting temperature, latent heat and thermal conductivity of PCM. Through the parametric analysis, it is found that increasing the operating pressure is beneficial to accelerate the absorption reaction. The average reaction fraction at 2400 s is increased by 24% with the pressure increasing from 6 to 10 bar. The moderate melting temperature and the thermal conductivity of the PCM that is comparable to that of metal hydride bed contribute to the improvement of hydrogen storage efficiency. Using this kind of hydrogen source reactor in a fuel cell power system, stable hydrogen storage efficiency of approximately 60% in the experiment is presented. In addition, no obvious performance deterioration of the power system occurs after ten cycles.
T2  - Energy Conversion and Management
T1  - Study of an autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor by reaction heat recovery as hydrogen source for the application of fuel cell power system
VL  - 213
SP  - 112864
DO  - 10.1016/j.enconman.2020.112864
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Yao, Jing and Zhu, Pengfei and Qian, Chenhui and Hamidullah, Usamah and Kurko, Sandra V. and Yang, Fusheng and Zhang, Zaoxiao and Wu, Zhen",
year = "2020",
url = "https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/8952",
abstract = "This paper proposes a novel autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor as the hydrogen source for the fuel cell power system, which employs phase change material (PCM) to recycle the hydrogen storage heat. A three-dimensional model of the metal hydride reactor coupled with a salt hydrate PCM for heat recovery is developed. Based on the model, the effects of key operating and design parameters on the reactor are investigated for performance optimization, including operating pressure, melting temperature, latent heat and thermal conductivity of PCM. Through the parametric analysis, it is found that increasing the operating pressure is beneficial to accelerate the absorption reaction. The average reaction fraction at 2400 s is increased by 24% with the pressure increasing from 6 to 10 bar. The moderate melting temperature and the thermal conductivity of the PCM that is comparable to that of metal hydride bed contribute to the improvement of hydrogen storage efficiency. Using this kind of hydrogen source reactor in a fuel cell power system, stable hydrogen storage efficiency of approximately 60% in the experiment is presented. In addition, no obvious performance deterioration of the power system occurs after ten cycles.",
journal = "Energy Conversion and Management",
title = "Study of an autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor by reaction heat recovery as hydrogen source for the application of fuel cell power system",
volume = "213",
pages = "112864",
doi = "10.1016/j.enconman.2020.112864"
}
Yao, J., Zhu, P., Qian, C., Hamidullah, U., Kurko, S. V., Yang, F., Zhang, Z.,& Wu, Z. (2020). Study of an autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor by reaction heat recovery as hydrogen source for the application of fuel cell power system.
Energy Conversion and Management, 213, 112864.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enconman.2020.112864
Yao J, Zhu P, Qian C, Hamidullah U, Kurko SV, Yang F, Zhang Z, Wu Z. Study of an autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor by reaction heat recovery as hydrogen source for the application of fuel cell power system. Energy Conversion and Management. 2020;213:112864
Yao Jing, Zhu Pengfei, Qian Chenhui, Hamidullah Usamah, Kurko Sandra V., Yang Fusheng, Zhang Zaoxiao, Wu Zhen, "Study of an autothermal-equilibrium metal hydride reactor by reaction heat recovery as hydrogen source for the application of fuel cell power system" Energy Conversion and Management, 213 (2020):112864,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enconman.2020.112864 .
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