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 Title & Authors
Nuclear Hydrogen Production Technology Development Using Very High Temperature Reactor
Kim, Yong-Wan; Kim, Eung-Seon; Lee, Ki-yooung; Kim, Min-hwan;
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 Abstract
Nuclear hydrogen production technology is being developed for the future energy supply system. The sulfur-iodine thermo-chemical hydrogen production process directly splits water by using of the heat generated from very high temperature gas-cooled reactor, a typical Generation IV nuclear system. Nuclear hydrogen key technologies are composed of VHTR simulation technology at elevated temperature, computational tools, TRISO fuel, and sulfur iodine hydrogen production technology. Key technology for nuclear hydrogen production system were developed and demonstrated in a laboratory scale test facility. Technical challenges for the commercial hydrogen production system were discussed.
 Keywords
Nuclear Hydrogen Production;Very High Temperature Reactor;Generation IV Nuclear Reactor;Sulfur-Iodine Hydrogen Production Technology;
 Language
Korean
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