Controllability study of an ethanol steam reforming process for hydrogen production
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A system for ethanol steam reforming and purification of carbon monoxide (CO) designed to feed a PEM fuel cell has been modelled. From the model, we study the sensitivity and controllability emphasizing the study of the influence of the temperature on the output variables of interest. The results of the study of controllability are used for the identification of the best control structures.
CitationGarcia , V.; Serra, M.; Llorca, J. Controllability study of an ethanol steam reforming process for hydrogen production. "Journal of power sources", 2011, vol. 196, núm. 9, p. 4411-4417.