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Development of a model to investigate the sustainability of Ontario’s future electricity supply through a dual life cycle lens
Since the turn of the century, greenhouse gas emissions and their climate related impacts have been studied with increased vigor. A tool that has gained popularity in supporting the reduction of emissions is life cycle ...
Modeling, simulation, and design of hybrid EV-battery charger for optimum grid utilization
The rapid recent development of electric vehicles (EVs) charging system, is changing the future of the transportation sector. Thanks to Photovoltaics solar energy (PV), the EV charging operating cost is reduced, and an ...
A study of a novel design for efficient hydrolysis reactor for the Cu-Cl thermochemical hydrogen production cycle
In this thesis, methods to optimize the Hydrolysis reactor for the Cu-Cl thermochemical Hydrogen production cycle were investigated. A simplified Hydrolysis reactor using simple off-the-shelf components was tested and found ...