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Waste-based hydrogen production and its transportation
Ženatý, Sebastian ; Brummer, Vladimír (referee) ; Pavlas, Martin (advisor)
waste-based hydrogen production, hydrogen transport, trailers for hydrogen transport, hydrogen pipeline network
Perspective trends in hydrogen production methods
Leitkep, Jan ; Juřena, Tomáš (referee) ; Brummer, Vladimír (advisor)
Bachelor’s thesis is focused on perspective methods of hydrogen production. First chapters are focused on research of hydrogen resources, methods of hydrogen production and spectrum of its worldwide utilization in present. In this part of the bachelor’s thesis percentage representations of hydrogen resources are stated. Methods of hydrogen production from these resources are described and processes utilizing hydrogen are introduced. Subsequently, the properties of hydrogen fuel are summarized. Following chapters are focused on perspective methods of hydrogen production, hydrogen storage, perspectives of its future usage as a fuel, price of hydrogen produced by these methods and environmental impact of these methods.
Transport and thermophysical data for thermic sanitation calculation of agricultural seeds
Vávra, Dan ; Brummer, Vladimír (referee) ; Juřena, Tomáš (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on properties that are important for thermal sanitation. Commonly used seed treatment methods are summarized in the theoretical part. Furthermore, seeds‘ transport and thermo–physical properties are written out and described. To the present day, the properties of wheat seeds have been determined, while there are fewer publications for pea seeds. The available properties were determined by research for wheat and pea seeds. Furthermore, the experimental procedures for obtaining wheat properties were verified and then the procedures were applied to pea seeds. In the experiments, values were obtained for porosity, bulk density, true density, static angle of repose and specific heat capacity for certain humidity. The results are written out with total measurement uncertainties. The values of properties were discussed.
Use of offsetting methods to reduce the impact of CO2 production
Chmelík, Ondřej ; Brummer, Vladimír (referee) ; Krišpín, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to assess the selected CCS and CCU methods as procedures for the capture and utilization of the greenhouse gas CO2. The thesis assesses the legislative conditions and opportunities that have led to the development of CCS and CCU. The analytical part of the thesis focuses on a simplified assessment of the selected methods in terms of their application in the Czech Republic.
WtE plant carbon footprint
Staňková, Lucie ; Brummer, Vladimír (referee) ; Krišpín, Jan (advisor)
The value of the carbon footprint of the WtE plant is necessary for reducing emitted greenhouse gases. In this paper, research on carbon footprint assessment is conducted, while the principles for calculating the carbon footprint according to EN 15978 standard for the sustainability of construction works through the whole life cycle are applied. This methodology is enriched with the technological unit's carbon footprint, including processes The proposed computational model is applied to determine the carbon footprint of the WtE plant Evecont. The main contribution to the carbon footprint of the WtE plant is the use phase due to carbon dioxide in the flue gas. A substantial carbon footprint reduction can be achieved by incorporating technology to capture carbon dioxide from the flue gas (CCS technology). The results achieved for the WtE plant are compared against landfill and heat from the central heat supply system. This work provides a tool that can be applied to other process industry units, allowing the carbon footprint to be calculated in detail and benchmarks to be established for the comparison of new projects.
Hydrogen as a fuel in combustion processes
Friedel, Petr ; Brummer, Vladimír (referee) ; Vondál, Jiří (advisor)
First part of the bachelor’s thesis is focused on hydrogen as a fuel. Research was made from basic information about hydrogen, manufacturing processes, problems during storing and transporting. Another part of the research is focused on usage of hydrogen in energetics especially in combustion processes. Second part of the thesis describes modelling of chemical reactions. In this part is also composing software for chemical kinetics simulations. Combustion process of hydrogen and fuels enriched by hydrogen is simulated and described by this software.
Usage of flue gas as a source of CO2 for algae cultivation in bioreactors
Slonek, Jaroslav ; Juřena, Tomáš (referee) ; Brummer, Vladimír (advisor)
This master`s thesis is focused on possibility of use of flue gas as source of CO2 for algae cultivation in bioreactors. The first part of the master`s thesis is devoted to a qualitative and quantitative description of flue gas sources as CO2 source for algae cultivation. In the thesis industry sectors with the largest share of CO2 emissions on a global scale and in the Czech republic are summarized. On the basis of these data it was possible to determine cheap sources of CO2 for algae cultivation producing valuable biomass and other bio-products. The composition of flue gas from these sources was discussed in this section also with given expected outlook within the following years. The next part of the thesis is devoted to the influence of flue gas properties on algae cultivation. The impact of flue gas individual parameters on cell growth rate, quality and composition of biomass is described there. The description and design of the bioreactor is processed in the next part of the thesis. The experimental part of the thesis was performed on a bioreactor with similar properties. The next part of the thesis describes the effect of light on algae cultivation and the design of a regulation scheme for bioreactor light source. The experimental part of the thesis describes methods used to determine the concentrations of flue gas substances that could pass from flue gas into cultivation medium for algae cultivation to measure the changing composition of the flue gas in the closed experimental bioreactor system. The processed data from experimental measurements are presented and are discussed. The change in the composition of the culture medium for algae (without the presence of algae) due to flue gas aeration was monitored in the experimental part. It includes also the measurement of the change in the composition of the flue gas in time. All obtained and collected information are then summarized and discussed in the final part of the master`s thesis.
Reduction of nitrogen oxides from the flue gas stream on catalysts under non-standard conditions
Minář, Marek ; Brummer, Vladimír (referee) ; Jecha, David (advisor)
The objective of the presented diploma thesis is reduction of nitrogen oxides from the flue gas stream on catalyst under non-standart conditions. Emphasis is places on the description of selected pollutants in flue gas (especially nitrogen oxides), legislative requirements for air protection and technologies for removal of nitrogen oxides, expecially methods of selective catalytic and non-catalytic reduction. The practical part is devoted to the reduction of nitrogen oxides by selective catalytic reduction on a pilot plant INTEQ II in the laboratory NETME Center. The subject of interest is the determination of the NOx reduction efficiency depend on the temperature for selected catalyst. The end of the practical part pursues with comparison of measurement results and their evaluation.
Integration of material and energy utilization of sewage sludge
Zakov, Tomáš ; Brummer, Vladimír (referee) ; Krišpín, Jan (advisor)
This master thesis deals in first part with options and trends on field of municipal sewage sludge management. Further thesis describes legislation in relation with sewage sludge and its incineration in European union and also in Czech republic. Second part of thesis deals with design of mechanism for material and energetic use of sludge. In design is progressively processed chioce of aparates and material and energetic balance. This data are further used for mechine technical solution of the unit. Disposition of the unit is done acording to chosen and calculated parameter of chosen aparates. Economical evaluate of project if based on investment and operation costs and capacity design of unit in the end of thesis.
Integrated technology for environmentally safe residual plastic waste and sewage sludge disposal
Kadlecová, Petra ; Jecha, David (referee) ; Brummer, Vladimír (advisor)
The existing methods of sewage sludge and non-recyclable plastic waste management turn out to be unsatisfactory in long terms. Landfilling of the high-calorific-value wastes will be lim-ited in near future and the potential soil contamination by some of the sewage sludge contents led to several legislation changes in the field of using the sewage slugde in agriculture. The presented thesis aims to find an integrated solution for sewage sludge and plastic waste with a focus on the possibility of phosphorus recovery from the resulting ash. Based on the study of the available separate solutions and relevant legislative regulations, three variants of possible integration were proposed. Subsequently, the basic energy and material balance of these vari-ants were performed using W2E software.

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