About the Project
There are two ways to produce green hydrogen, namely electrolysis powered by renewable energy and from fossil fuels coupled with carbon capture and storage (CCS). In order to achieve a ‘hydrogen economy’ with large scale production and usage, it is necessary to massively develop new infrastructures to produce and transport hydrogen. A solution, in this regard, is to produce hydrogen on a large scale at locations with suitable techno-economic conditions and then liquefy and transport it to the end users. To this end, the study will carry out rigorous techno-economic assessments of different hydrogen generation technologies, such as electrolysis, coal gasification and natural gas reforming to identify the potential of large scale hydrogen production and transport in different locations.
This project will involve a substantial amount of process modelling and the development of the relevant modelling skills. In particular, the project will involve the development of commercial softwares, such as Aspen Plus/Hysys and Matlab and other related softwares.
This project is available only for Self funded students.
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