Description: During this quarter long term and high pressure hydrogen separation experiments were performed on Eltron's composite layered membranes. Membranes were tested at 400 C and a 300 psig feed stream with 40% hydrogen for up to 400 continuous hours. In addition membranes were tested up to 1000 psig as demonstration of the ability for this technology to meet DOE goals. Progress was made in the development of new hydrogen separation cermets containing high permeability metals. A sulfur tolerant catalyst deposition technique was optimized and engineering work on mechanical and process & control reports was continued.
Date: April 30, 2005
Creator: Evenson, Carl R.; Sammells, Anthony F.; Treglio, Richard T.; Calihman, Adam E.; Balachandran, U.; Kleiner, Richard N. et al.
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