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f Impact of Hydrogen Admixture on Combustion Processes – Part II: Practice


The Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) project ""Testing Hydrogen admixture for Gas Appliances"", aka THyGA, is proud to release the second deliverable about the impact of hydrogen admixture on combustion processes. This time, the report explores the expected impact of H2NG on a range of appliance designs installed in the EU.

After the deliverable D2.2, dedicated to the theorical estimation of the impact of H2 admixture, THyGA reviews results from the litterature to evaluate available knowledge on CO and NOx formation, overheating, flame temperature, flashback, H2 leakage, operational implications and efficiency of appliances supplied with H2NG blends. Learn more and read deliverable D2.3.

Climate change is one of today’s most pressing global challenges. Since the emission of greenhouse gases is often closely related to the use and supply of energy, the goal to avoid emissions requires a fundamental restructuring of the energy system including all parts of the technology chains from production to end-use. Natural gas is today one of the most important primary energy sources in Europe, with utilization ranging from power generation and industry to appliances in the residential and commercial sector as well as mobility. As natural gas is a fossil fuel, gas utilization is thus responsible for significant emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), a greenhouse gas.

This is part two. Part one of this project can be found at this link

Countries: Germany

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