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Production of Sustainable Hydrogen and Carbon for the Metallurgical Industry

Abstract

Hydrogen will presumably become an important substitute for carbon as a reductant in the metallurgical industry for processes such as steel production. However, the challenge to supply enough CO2 -free hydrogen for metallurgical processes has not been resolved yet. This paper reviews different production technologies for hydrogen and their advantages and drawbacks. Additionally, it will highlight the development of plasma technology to produce hydrogen and carbon black which has been taking place at SINTEF during the last 30 years.

Funding source: This publication was funded by the SFI Metal Production (Centre for Research-based Innovation, contract No. 237738). The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support from the Research Council of Norway and the partners of the SFI Metal Production.
Related subjects: Production & Supply Chain
Countries: Greece ; Norway
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2021-12-10
2022-07-06
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