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Coverage encompasses advances in catalysis, chemistry, and processes for steam reforming and catalytic partial oxidation of gaseous and liquid fuels, as well as processes for gasification of solid fuels for the production, separation, and purification of hydrogen and syngas, including water-gas-shift, pressure swing adsorption, membrane separations, and desulfurization technologies.
Delphi's approach utilizes an on-board fuel reformer that converts diesel fuel into hydrogen-rich reformate using air in a catalytic partial oxidation process.
According to HydrogenSource, the reformer, which is based on the company's patented catalytic partial oxidation (CPO) technology for generating hydrogen on board vehicles, converts a "small" portion of diesel fuel into hydrogen-rich gas that can be utilized for regenerating lean NOx traps (LNTs), which capture the pollutant on a catalyst surface.
The development of this power plant in just over a year was due to a combination of DaimlerChrysler and Xcellsis' expertise in designing fuel processors and complete fuel cell systems along with Shell's proprietary Catalytic Partial Oxidation (CPO) technology.