Pulse Electrolysis as a High Efficient Method for Generation of Hydrogen Gas Mixtures
National Science Fund of Bulgaria, 2011-2013
The project is focused on the study of the pulse electrolysis as a high efficient method for water decomposition into hydrogen and oxygen, where it is assumed non-faradic processes as a reason for efficiency over 100%.
The other major aim is the evaluation of the properties of the gas mixtures obtained as a high-calorific additive to the conventional fuels. Preliminary results indicate that it greatly decrease the fuel consumption and the harmful emissions.
Coordinator: Hydrogen Technology Centre – UCTM and partners: BG H2 Society, University of Mining and Geology.