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    Title: Investigation on the production of hydrogen rich gas in a plasma converter for motorcycle applications
    Authors: Rong-Fang Horng
    Yuh-Ping Chang
    Shang-Chen Wu
    Keywords: Methane
    Plasma converter
    Hydrogen rich gas
    Motorcycle engine
    Date: 2006-02-03
    Issue Date: 2009-08-12 20:01:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: A plasma fuel converter producing a hydrogen rich gas fuel has been designed and constructed. The methodology included using a high voltage electric arc generator to ionize the mixture of methane fuel and air, which was then reformed into a hydrogen rich gas. It transpired from the experiment that the higher the arc frequency, the higher was the generated hydrogen concentration, with a maximum concentration of 43 vol.% attained with an arc frequency of 200 Hz and an O/C (O2/CH4) ratio of 0.10. The maximum hydrogen yield of 0.55 was obtained with an arc frequency of 200 Hz and an O/C ratio between 0.20 and 0.25. By fueling a four stroke motorcycle engine with the hydrogen rich gas, low emissions during the cold start idle condition can be obtained.
    Relation: Energy Conversion and Management, v. 47, 2006, p. 2155-2166
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