A system that performs gasification via a low-temp steam reforming chemical reaction. The reforming reaction is conducted between liquid hydrocarbons and steam over a catalyst bed to form methane, hydrogen and carbon oxides.
an apparatus that reforms the molecular structure of hydrocarbons to produce richer fuel; "a catalytic reformer"
a device that extracts hydrogen from fossil fuels
a device that produces hydrogen from another fuel like natural gas, methanol, or gasoline for use in a fuel cell
a device that removes the hydrogen from hydrocarbon fuels, like methanol or gasoline
a machine that converts liquid carbohydrate fuels, for example vodka or more likely methanol and ethanol, into hydrogen
A reformer separates hydrogen from other chemical substances. Most fuel cell systems require a reformer to extract usable hydrogen from hydrocarbons (coal, gasoline, oil) or methanol.
Device used to generate hydrogen from fuels such as natural gas, propane, gasoline, methanol, and ethanol for use in fuel cells.
Device that extracts pure hydrogen from hydrocarbon fuels.
A vessel in which fuel reacts with steam and heat, usually in the presence of a catalyst, to produce a hydrogen-rich gas. search
Converter within which carbonaceous energy sources, such as petroleum and natural gas, are reacted with water to produce hydrogen rich fuel gas.
A catalytic processing unit which produces a highly aromatic stream (reformate) used primarily as high-octane blendstock.
A device that extracts pure hydrogen from hydrocarbons.
A fuel reformer produces hydrogen from a hydrogen-containing fuel.
A device in which fossil fuels are reacted with water vapor and heat to produce gas that is mostly hydrogen.
A device that strips hydrogen from fuels such as natural gas, methanol, ammonia, gasoline, or vegetable oil so they can be used in a fuel cell.