Analysis Procedure of Heat Modes for the Oxygen Generation System 972536

The paper reviews one of the possible approaches to developing an analysis technique of Oxygen Generation System (OGS) thermal conditions.
As an object of simulation a 30% KOH water electrolysis system with forced electrolyte circulation through the both electrolyzer chamber followed by separation of a gas/liqiud mixture using hydrophobic porous membranes.
A formalized description of the key system components (an electrolyzer, set of coolers, separator, canister) is presented. A mathematical model simulating stationary and non-stationary thermal conditions of the system is constructed and its programming is reviewed.
Some results of computational and operational experiments obtained for checking the model adecuacy are presented.


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