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  1. 1. FINAL PROGRAMME HYPOTHESIS VIII, 1 April 2009, Hotel Corinthia, Lisbon 9.20 Opening Session - Opala Room T. Ponce de Leão, LNEG President, Portugal G. Spazzafumo, Series Coordinator, Italy C. M. Rangel, Chair HYPOTHESIS VIII, Portugal st 9.40 Plenary Lecture 21 Century´s Energy: Hydrogen Energy Systems, N.Veziroglu, USA Opala Room Chairpersons C. M. Rangel, G. Spazzafumo 10.20 Coffee break Parallel Sessions Opala Room Esmeralda Room HW (Hydrogen from Water) H&FP1 (Hydrogen and Fuel Processing) Chairperson M. Anderson, USA Chairpersons J.T de Azevedo, Cancela de Abreu,Portugal Neural Network Based Predictive Models for PEM-Electrolyzer Modeling and Design of a Bioethanol Steam Reforming Unit, 10.40 Performance, S. Becker, Australia D. A. Cassiano, Brazil Hydrogen Production through Steam Electrolysis, Theoretical Modeling Approach for the Biogas Steam 11.00 Q. Cai, U.K Reforming Reaction, M. A. Goula, Greece Material Characterization on Solid Oxide Electrolysers Cells, Promotion of HT-WGS Fe3O4/MoO3 based Catalysts, J. Dufour, 11.20 D. Wiedenmann, Switzerland Spain Renewable Energy for Hydrogen Production and Sustainable Experimental Investigation and Numerical Simulation of CO to 11.40 Urban Mobility, N. Briguglio, Italy CO2 Conversion and Hydrogen Production from Water Gas Shift Reaction, G. Cau, Italy Building Hydrogen Economy based on Sand and Water, F. Small Stationary Reformers for H2 Production from 12.00 Shahrokhi, USA Hydrocarbons, E. Caló, Italy DME and Bio-ethanol Reforming for MCFC Applications, V. 12.20 Chiodo, Italy 13.00 Lunch Parallel Sessions Opala Room Esmeralda Room NIP1 (National/International Projects) FCS (Fuel Cell Systems) Chairperson R. Fernandes, Portugal Chairperson M. J. Lázaro, Spain Evaluation of Integrated Hydrogen Systems. IEA Task 18, M. Simulations with HOGA Software and General Description of 14.20 Argumosa, Spain a Real Hydrogen Isolated Hybrid Renewable Plant, I. Aso, Spain Optimal Hydrogen Infrastructure Network (H2INEt) Design for Design and Development of a 7kW PEMFC Stack for UPS 14.40 the Netherlands: The Transition and Beyond, N. Konda, UK Application, G. Squadrito, Italy The Use of Hydrogen to Store Energy in Islands: The Porto PT-Ru Electrocatalysts Supported on Carbon Xerogels for 15.00 Santo Island H2RES System, R. Martins, Portugal Direct Methanol Fuel Cells, C. Allegre, Spain LUCIS: A Learning Experience to Improve Lifetime and Integration of an Anaerobic Digester and a Solid Oxide Fuel 15.20 Operating Strategies in Low Power PEM Fuel Cells, R. Cell - Sizing Issues, E. Agante, UK Barbosa, Portugal 16.00 Coffee break Parallel Sessions Opala Room Esmeralda Room PEMFC (PEMFC Performance Analysis) COMB (Combustion) Chairperson C. Sequeira, Portugal Chairperson G. Karim, Canada Hydrogen PEMFC Stack Performance Analysis: a Data-driven Experimental Studies on Hydrogen Release and Jet-fire From 16.20 Approach, V. Lopes, Portugal Low Pressure Pipelines, M. Carcassi, Italy A Simple Model of an Intermediate Temperature Hydrogen Basic Tuning of Hydrogen Powered Car and Artificial 16.40 Fuel cell, O. Shamardina, Russia Intelligent Prediction of Hydrogen Engine Characteristics, Tien Ho, Australia Quantification of in situ Temperature Measurements on a The Autoignition in Air of Binary Fuel Mixtures Containing 17.00 Single Cell PBI-based PEM Fuel Cell, S. Talat Ali, Denmark Hydrogen, G. Karim, Canada A Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Working with Low Methanol Reactivity of H2/air Mixtures Over Hot Metal Surfaces, S. 17.20 Crossover and High Methanol Concentrations, V. Oliveira, Marengo, Italy Portugal Performance Analysis of a 5 kW PEMFC with a Natural Gas An Experimental Study of a Direct Injection Compression 17.40 Reformer, J. De M. Furtado, Brazil Ignition Hydrogen Engine, J. M. Gomes Antunes, UK Catalytic Combustion of Lean Hydrogen-methane Mixtures, I. 18.00 Wierzba, Canada 18.20 Poster Session I and Welcome Cocktail
  2. 2. HYPOTHESIS VIII, 2 April 2009, Hotel Corinthia, Lisbon 9.00 Plenary Session - Opala Room Plenary Lecture From Metallic to Complex Hydrides, A. Zuttel, Switzerland Chairperson N. Veziroglu, USA 9.40 Poster session II 10.20 Coffee break Parallel Sessions Opala Room Esmeralda Room STO1 (Storage) H&FP2 (Hydrogen and Fuel Processing) Chairperson A. Zuttel, Switzerland Chairperson J. Dufour, Spain Study of the Different ZrxNiY Phases of Ab2 Materials, A. Hydrogen Production via Methane Decomposition on Raney- 10.40 Visintin, Argentina type Catalysts, J. L. Figueiredo, Portugal The Effect of C (graphite) Addition on the H2 Sorption Structured Reactors as Alternative to Pellets Catalyst for 11.00 Performances of the Mg-Ni System, C. Milanese, Italy Propane Oxidative Steam Reforming, A. Vita, Italy Two-step Processing for Hydrogen Storage Fe Ti Alloys: Development of a Numerical Model for Natural Gas Steam 11.20 Influence on Reaction Temperature, J.B. Correia, Portugal Reforming and Coupling with a Furnace Model, C. Ventura, Portugal Hydrogen Adsorption over Zeolite-like MOF Materials Hydrogen Production from Dimethyl Ether by the Steam 11.40 Modified by Ion Exchange, J.A. Botas, Spain Reforming over Copper Alumina Catalysts Prepared by the Sol-gel Method, K. Takeishi, Japan Microscopic Origin of Hydrogen Physisorption and The Sotacarbo Coal Gasification Experimental Plant for a 12.00 Chemisorption on MOF-5. Shape of the Physisorption Sites, J. CO2-free Hydrogen Production, F. Ferrara, Italy Cabria, Spain In situ Monitoring of Hydrogen Storage in Pd Thin Film Methane Decomposition using Ni-based Catalyst for 12.20 Systems, R. Delmelle, Belgium Hydrogen Production in a Fluidized Reactor, I. Suelves, Spain Hydrogen Storage in Mg-Li Alloys Prepared by Mechanical Development of Distributed Highly-efficient Hydrogen 12.40 Alloying, J. G. Cabañas Moreno, Mexico Production System based on Membrane Reformer with CO2 Capture, Y. Shirasaki, Japan 13.00 Lunch Parallel Sessions Opala Room Esmeralda Room NIP2 (National/International Projects) HB (Hydrogen Bio-production) Chairperson N. Formiga, Portugal Chairperson A. Pinto, Portugal Modelling of Hydrogen-based Energy Transmission and Optimisation of Hydrogen Production by CO2 and Biomass in 14.20 Storage Systems: HyLink System at Totara Valley, P. Sudol, a Solar Reactor, Giovanni Pino, Italy N. Zealand Hydrogen Delivery Pathways for Australia, A. Pigneri, N. An Operational Strategy to Produce Bio-hydrogen: the Use of 14.40 Zealand Digestate for Process Control, A. Schievano, Italy The Preparation of a Portuguese Roadmap, R. Fernandes, Continuous Hydrogen Production by R.capsulatus on Acetate 15.00 Portugal in Panel Photobioreactors, I. Eroğlu, Turkey The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) at the World Sugar Combined Bio-hydrogen- and Methane-Production by Dark 15.20 Sector and its Application Potential in Mexico, J. C. Alarcón, Fermentation at Mesophilic Conditions, R. Brunstermann Mexico Germany Bio-hydrogen Production from Glycerol by a Strain of 15.40 Enterobacter aerogenes, P.Marques, Portugal 16.00 Coffee break Parallel Sessions Opala Room Esmeralda Room STO2 (Storage) LTFC (Low Temperature FC - Catalysis) Chairperson A. Visitin, Argentina Chairperson J. L. Figueiredo, Portugal Electronic Density of States Induced by a H atom in Influence of Carbon Nanofiber Properties as Electrocatalyst 16.20 Mischmetal Bearing Alloys, J. L. Gervasoni, Argentina Support on the Electrochemical Performance for PEM Fuel Cells, D. Sebastian, Spain Anomalous Heat Generation During Hydro-genation of Pt Incorporated Hollow Core Mesoporous Shell Carbon 16.40 Carbon Hydride, T. Mizuno, Japan Nanocomposite Catalyst for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells, I. Eroglu, Turkey Molecular Beam Monitoring Hydrogen Desorption from Carbon Supported Pt-based Ternary Catalysts for Oxygen 17.00 Materials, R. Lobo, Portugal Reduction in PEM Fuel Cells, S. Güneş, Turkey Characterization of Waste Magnesium Chip: as a Hydrogen New Fuel Cell Tubular Architecture and the Effect of 17.20 Storage Material, A. Kantürk, Turkey Electrokinetic Flows, L. Bambace, Brazil Fe and Co-N/C Oxygen Electrodes Prepared from Heat 17.40 Treatment of Metal Amine Complexes for Alkaline Fuel Cells, P. D. Brito, Portugal
  3. 3. HYPOTHESIS VIII, 3 April 2009, Hotel Corinthia, Lisbon Plenary Session - Opala Room 9.00 Plenary Lecture Spanish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology Platform, J. Brey, Spain Chairperson I. Eroglu, Turkey Parallel Sessions 9.40 Opala Room Esmeralda Room 10.20 HCH1 (Hydrogen from Chemical Hydrides) H&FP3 (Hydrogen and Fuel Processing) Chairperson R. Lobo, Portugal Chairperson A. Pigneri, New Zealand Hydrogen Desorption of LiBH4, Na BH4 and KBH4, M. Methane Decomposition over Ordered Mesoporous Carbons: 09.40 Bielmann, Switzerland a Promising Route for Hydrogen Production, D. P. Serrano, Spain Vibrational and Optical Spectroscopy of LiBH4, R. Gremaud, Life Cycle Assessment of Hydrogen Produced From Methane 10.00 Switzerland Decomposition, J. Dufour, Spain NaOH Free Hydrolysis of Sodium Borohydride for Hydrogen Hydrogen Use in an Urban District: Energy and Environmental 10.20 Production, A. Pinto, Portugal Comparisons, M. Vellini, Italy Development of a Compact Hydrogen Generator from Sodium ZECOMIX: Performance of Alternative Lay-outs, G. Galeno, 10.40 Borohydride, S. Galli, Italy Italy Coffee break 11.00 Parallel Sessions Opala Room Esmeralda Room HCH2 (Hydrogen from Chemical Hydrides) H&MA (Hydrogen & Mobility Applications) Chairperson S. Galli, Italy Chairperson J. Brey, Spain On the Monitoring of the Electrosynthesis of Sodium Supersonic Hydrogen Tube Vehicle: Speed and Energy 11.20 Borohydride, D. F. Santos, Portugal Comparisons with Road, Rail, Air and Maglev Transport, A. Miller, USA Effect of Alloys Modified by Sodium Borohydride Alkaline Low Carbon Public Transit, P. B. Scott, USA 11.40 Solutions on the Kinetics of Hydrogen Evolution Reaction at Mm(Ni3.6Co0.7Mn0.4Al0.3)1.15 Hydride Electrodes, C. Sequeira, Portugal Hydrogen Production from Methanol -Water Mixtures of Evaluating Performance and Emissions of Propulsion 12.00 Sodium Borohydride, C. M. Rangel, Portugal Systems for Bus Using PAMVEC, S. Almeida, Brazil Synthesis of Trimethyl Borate (TMB): as a Starting Material in Hybrid Plug-in Fuel Cell Vehicles Market Penetration 12.20 Production of Sodium Borohydride (NABH4) Hydrogen Scenarios, C. Silva, Portugal Storage Medium, M. Sarı Yılmaz, Turkey 12.40 Closing Session Chairpersons C. M. Rangel, Portugal; N. Veziroglu, USA
  4. 4. Poster Session I, 1 April NIP (National/International Projects) PEMFC (PEMFC Performance Analysis) • Environmental Impact Assessment of the Penetration of Hydrogen • Feasibility of a PAFC Cogeneration System Applied to a Brazilian Hospital, S. de Almeida, Brazil Technologies in Portugal´s Road Transport, M. A. Travassos, Portugal • MEA Degradation and Failure Modes in PEM Fuel Cells, R. A. Silva, • Modeling and Simulation of the Development in Venezuela of the Portugal Hidroelectricity/Hydrogen Energy System, F. Posso, Venezuela • Irreversible Degradation Mechanisms in PEM Fuel Cells, R. A. Silva, • Analysis of Renewable Hydrogen Production: Case of Algeria, R. Portugal Boudries, Algeria • High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells, D. Ergun, HW (Hydrogen from Water) Turkey • Dynamic Behaviour of a • Study of Catalysts for Water Photosonolysis to Increase the Hydrogen PEMFC Fed with Different Fuelling Conditions, A. Perna, Italy Production, A. Nicolini, Italy • A Dynamic Model for a PEM FC Power System, M. Minutillo, Italy • Oxide Electrode Materials for Alkaline Water Electrolysis, A. V. Girão, • Water Management in PEMFC, D. Falcão, Portugal Portugal • Electrocatalytic Performances of Fe-P and Modified Fe-P Deposited • Analysis of a Twin-Screw Supercharger Applied in Fuel Cell Hybrid Materials as Hydrogen Electrodes in Alkaline Water Electrolysis, C. Electric Vehicles, S. de Almeida, Brazil Sequeira, Portugal FCS (Fuel Cell Systems) HCH (Hydrogen from Chemical Hydrides) • Innovative Applications of Hydrogen Fuel Cells, F. Shahrokhi, U.S.A • Hydrogen Storage in non Polar Organic Polymeric Solutions (nPOPS) • A Micro Car Fuelled by Pure Hydrogen, G. Galeno, Italy under Pressure, M. Ferreira, Portugal • Energy Recovery Analysis of a CHP System on a PEM fuel Cell, E. LTFC (Low Temperature Fuel Cells (Catalysts) Galloni, Italy • Influence of the Support on the Preparation and Performance of Pt • On the Use of Ultracapacitors within Stand-alone Energy Systems, J. Electrocatalysts: Comparison of Catalyst Supported on Different Martins, Portugal Carbon Materials, L. Calvillo, Spain • Hydrogen Energy Power for a Stand-alone Weekend-home • Tubular Anodes with Hidden Catalyst Concept and its Hydrogen Application, C.M. Rangel, Portugal Transport in Electrode Base Material, F. Carvalho, Brazil COMB (Combustion) • Development of a Mischmetal-Based Hydrogen Storage Electrode • Two Stage Modeling to Estimate Ignition Timing for Tuning of Alloy as a Fuel Cell Anode Catalyst, Y. Chen, Portugal Hydrogen Car, Tien Ho, Australia • Dynamics of Transient Flammable Hydrogen Plumes Rising from Open Cylindrical Vessels, S. Fardisi, Canada Poster Session II, 2 April • Catalysts for Oxidative Reforming of Methane, T. Silva, Brazil HB (Hydrogen Bio-Production) • Hydrogen Production: Effect of High Temperature Calcination on of • Microbial Hydrogean Generation of Hydrogen from Waste Glycerol, E. Dry Reforming, A. Fakeeha, Saudi Arabia Wicher, Poland • Experimental study on Unsteady • Biohydrogen Production from the Cyanobacteria Anabaena sp. and its Hydrogen Permeation a Pd Membrane, Wei-Hsin Chen, Taiwan Mutants, A. Marques, Portugal • Effect of La and Ce Addition in the Percursors Ni/Mg/Al on Ethanol • Solar Hydrogen Project, B.Tamburic, UK Steam Reforming Reaction, A. Lucrédio, Brazil H&FP (Hydrogen and Fuel Processing) • A comparison of Fluidized Bed and Rotary Reactors for Hydrogen • Application of Hydrogen in Isomerization of Normal Heptane to Multi Production by Methane Decomposition, J. Pinilla, Spain Branched Isomers as a Promising Substitute for Conventional STO (Storage) Gasoline, M. Sohrabi, Iran • A computational Study of the Hydrogen Embrittlement Phenomena in • Thermodynamic Analysis of Glycerol Steam Reforming, M. L. an Iron Nickel Based Alloy, S. Simonetti, Argentina Dieuzeide, Argentina • Correlation Between the Milling Time and Hydrogen • Hydrogen Production from Methanol Catalytic Reforming, R. Neto, Storage Properties of ZrCrFe Ternary Alloy, A. Jain, India Portugal • Synthesis of Nano-crystalline Zr-M (M=Fe, Cu) Bilayer Films and their • Coal Gasification in the Sotacarbo Coal-to-hydrogen Laboratory-Scale Thermodynamics of Hydrogen Uptake by Resistance Measurement, Experimental Plant, A. Pettinau, Italy S. Agarwal, India • Modeling of a Plate-type Micro Reformer for Methanol Steam • Evaluation of the Volume of Solution of Hydrogen in a Mischmetal Reforming in Portable Fuel Cell Systems, M. Chang, Taiwan Bearing Alloy, J. Gervasoni, Argentina • Hydrogen Production by Ethanol Reforming over Ni/La2O3-ZrO2 • A General Method for Assessing the rs Jellium Parameter of Rare Catalysts, E. Assaf, Brazil Earth based Alloys, J. Gervasoni, Argentina • Study of Water-gas-shift Reaction over Cu-Zn-supported Catalysts, E. • Dynamic Characteristics of LaNi4.3Al0.7 and its Possible Application Assaf, Brazil to Compress Hydrogen, C. Sobrinho, Portugal • Ni/CeO2/Al2O3 Catalysts to Carbon Dioxide Reforming of Methane • Mg-Ni based Material for Hydrogen Storage Optimized for an Industrial Reaction, E. Assaf, Brazil Tank Prototype, A. Colella, Italy • Dynamic Modeling and Controllability Analysis of an Ethanol Reformer for Fuel Cell Application, V. Garcia, Spain