Nuclear Energy for Hydrogen Generation through Intermediate Heat Exchangers A Renewable Source of Energy

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Nuclear Energy for Hydrogen Generation through Intermediate Heat Exchangers A Renewable Source of Energy
Nuclear Energy for Hydrogen Generation through Intermediate Heat Exchangers: A Renewable Source of Energy
Springer | Nuclear Energy | August 16, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319298372 | 403 pages | pdf | 23.86 mb


Authors: Zohuri, Bahman
Explains how to use nuclear process heat for industrial applications, especially process heat for hydrogen production
Illuminates the issue of waste heat in nuclear plants, offering a vision for how it can be used in combined-cycle plants
Undertakes the thermal analysis of intermediate heat exchangers throughout the life cycle, from the design perspective through operational and safety assurance stages
This book describes recent technological developments in next generation nuclear reactors that have created renewed interest in nuclear process heat for industrial applications. The author's discussion the industry's emerging focus on combined cycle Next Generation Nuclear Plants' (NGNP) seemingly natural fit in producing electricity and process heat for hydrogen production. To utilize this process heat, engineers must uncover a thermal device that can transfer the thermal energy from the NGNP to the hydrogen plant in the most performance efficient and cost effective way possible. This book is written around that vital quest, and the author describes the usefulness of the Intermediate Heat Exchanger (IHX) as a possible solution. The option to transfer heat and thermal energy via a single-phase forced convection loop where fluid is mechanically pumped between the heat exchangers at the nuclear and hydrogen plants is presented, and challenges associated with this tactic are discussed. As a second option, heat pipes and thermosyphons, with their ability to transport very large quantities of heat over relatively long distance with small temperature losses, are also examined.
Number of Illustrations and Tables
73 b/w illustrations, 118 illustrations in colour
Topics
Nuclear Energy
Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer
Nuclear Engineering




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