Economics of Pipeline Transport for Hydrogen and Oxygen
In a Hydrogen System nuclear, power stations for water-splitting will produce large quantities of hydrogen and oxygen. Economic aspects of transmission by pipeline of these two gases is evaluated, taking methane transportation as a comparison.
With a maximum transport pressure of 65 Kg/cm2, gas flow was considered in the range of 0.5 ÷ 4 Gcal/sec for hydrogen and 100 – 800 Nm3/sec for oxygen; length of pipeline varies from 500 to 2000 Km. Details are given on the optimized costs.
KeywordsTransport Cost Transmission Cost Hydrogen System Partial Cost Pipeline Transport
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