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Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1628: The Value of Day-Ahead Coordination of Power and Natural Gas Network Operations

22-Jun-2018 | Pambour, Kwabena Addo; Sopgwi, Rostand Tresor; Hodge, Bri-Mathias ; Brancucci, Carlo, Energies, 2018

Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1628: The Value of Day-Ahead Coordination of Power and Natural Gas Network Operations Energies doi: 10.3390/en11071628 Authors: Kwabena Addo Pambour Rostand Tresor Sopgwi Bri-Mathias Hodge Carlo Brancucci The operations of electricity and natural gas ...

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Some Aspects on Safety and Environmental Impact of the German Green Gel Propulsion Technology

12-May-2016 | Helmut K. Ciezki, Karl Wieland Naumann, Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics, 2016

Abstract This article gives a short introduction into the technology of gelled propellant rocket motors and gas generators. A brief introduction outlines the specific features of the German green gelled propellant rocket motor technology and the family of monopropellants that cover a variety ...

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Charging time of tight gas in the Upper Paleozoic of the Ordos Basin, central China

16-Sep-2013 | Author(s): Yanhua Shuai , Shuichang Zhang , Jingkui Mi , Se Gong , Xuanjun Yuan , Zhi Yang , Jinzhong Liu , D ..., Organic Geochemistry, 2013

Publication date: Available online 8 September 2013 Source:Organic Geochemistry Author(s): Yanhua Shuai , Shuichang Zhang , Jingkui Mi , Se Gong , Xuanjun Yuan , Zhi Yang , Jinzhong Liu , Di Cai The Upper Paleozoic section contains a tight gas sandstone reservoir (of 2.75×1012 m3) ...

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Super‐reactive Nanoenergetic Gas Generators Based on Periodate Salts

29-Jul-2013 | Guoqiang Jian, Jingyu Feng, Rohit J. Jacob, Garth C. Egan, Michael R. Zachariah, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2013

Nanoenergetic formulations under flash heating: Periodate salt nanoparticles are synthesized by a facile aerosol spray drying process and demonstrate highly reactive properties as oxidizers in an aluminum‐based nanoenergetic formulation. Direct evidence supports that gas phase oxygen release ...

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Study of the Coalescence Mechanisms During Silicone Foaming

19-Jul-2013 | Marie‐Claire Dib Jawhar, Delphine Blanc, Philippe Chaumont, Philippe Cassagnau, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 2013

A foam sample is assumed to be a set of bubbles embedded into a polymeric matrix with an initial gas overpressure. Silicon foams are produced by a competition between two reactions involving the hydrogenosilane functions carried by the polymer precursor: the first reaction generates gas ...

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Geomechanical and Thermal Responses of Hydrate-Bearing Sediments Subjected to Thermal Stimulation: Physical Modeling Using a Geotechnical Centrifuge

12-Jul-2013 | Tae-Hyuk Kwon; Tae-Min Oh; Yun Wook Choo; Changho Lee; Kang-Ryel Lee; Gye-Chun Cho, Energy & Fuels, 2013

The geomechanical and thermal responses of sediments can be significantly affected by the dissociation of gas hydrates via various emergent phenomena such as fluid volume expansion, free gas generation, gas migration, and sediment softening. This study explores the geomechanical and thermal ...

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Encapsulation of LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2 with thin inorganic electrolyte film to reduce gas evolution in the application of lithium ion batteries

13-Mar-2013 | Yongseon Kim, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2013

Emission of gas at charged states of lithium ion batteries (LIBs) is a significant problem because it causes swelling and deformation of LIBs. In this study, the gas generation mechanism is investigated and preventative measures are developed. Decomposition of electrolyte solution related to ...

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Enhanced CO2 Adsorption over Polymeric Amines Supported on Heteroatom‐Incorporated SBA‐15 Silica: Impact of Heteroatom Type and Loading on Sorbent Structure and Adsorption Performance

20-Nov-2012 | Yasutaka Kuwahara, Dun‐Yen Kang, John R. Copeland, Praveen Bollini, Carsten Sievers, Takashi Kamegawa, Hiromi Yamash ..., Chemistry - A European Journal, 2012

Abstract Silica supported amine materials are promising compositions that can be used to effectively remove CO2 from large stationary sources, such as flue gas generated from coal‐fired power plants (ca. 10 % CO2) and potentially from ambient air (ca. 400 ppm CO2). The CO2 adsorption ...

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Facile Aerosol Route to Hollow CuO Spheres and its Superior Performance as an Oxidizer in Nanoenergetic Gas Generators

16-Oct-2012 | Guoqiang Jian, Lu Liu, Michael R. Zachariah, Advanced Functional Materials, 2012

Abstract Thermochemical metal/metal oxide redox reactions have twice the energy density of 2,4,6‐trinitrotoluene (TNT). They suffer, however, from low pressure‐volume work due to low gas expansion from the reaction. This study focuses on the development of a nanocomposite that delivers a high ...

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Anammox Bacterial Abundance, Activity, and Contribution in Riparian Sediments of the Pearl River Estuary

09-Aug-2012 | Shanyun Wang; Guibing Zhu; Yongzhen Peng; Mike S. M. Jetten; Chengqing Yin, Environmental Science & Technology, 2012

The hypothesis of an anammox hotspot in river riparian zones was put forward based on our investigation on freshwater ecotones for over 25 years and previous anammox research. Here we used a complementary array of methods including isotope-pairing technique, quantitative PCR assays, and 16S rRNA ...

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