The paper discusses both ngcc and coal flue gas. While the concentration of CO2 of NGCC exhaust gas is less than Coal flue gas, both are well below the level of CO2 needed to optimally operate the Fool Cell. To compensate for the lower concentration, increased fuel is added which reduces electrical efficiency and increases heat in the stack. This is what Captainondeck said and what Dag unsuccessfully tried to discredit. We don't know what the degree of the problem is with the lab scale experiment run by FoolCell, because all we have is a brief PR. What we do know is that after almost 4 months since the PR nobody and I mean nobody has touted this as any kind of a significant break through and in fact the PR indicates the cost seems to be higher than what FoolCell earlier estimated it would be in their white paper, so it is reasonable to think that some problems have been encountered. I have proved the backup for what I said and I stand by it. Now that you have had a taste of what real due diligence is, and what others know that you do not know, perhaps you should invest in companies your are able to understand, McDonalds maybe. Read it and weep jimbob, Apologies are in order. LOL
OMG do I have to read it to you too?
"However, Greppi et al. (2013) pointed out that too high values of fuel and CO2 utilization in the fuel cell in practice would result in stack temperatures higher than operational limits"
Clearly this is over your pretty little head. Just weep. LOL
Todd you illiterate twit it is hey, not hay. You feed hay to ruminants. Your tiny insect mind is just not up to the task. SWAT! LOL
Oldie but a goodie,
toddmcrussell1 is feeling the "urge" and decides to visit his favorite GĀY bar.
He scopes out the landscape upon arrival and spies a very handsome man standing at the bar.
toddmcrussell1 squirms up to the man and decides to use his favorite pickup line on him.
He casually leans towards the man and softly says to the man
"Excuse me sir, may I push in your stool"?
BWAAHAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Credit Jonas) SWAT!
Building inventory for contracts you don't have is just a way to stick cost into inventory to cover a shortfall in current period revenue and to fool the financially illiterate baggies. Another back door boys pink chaps club hummer. SWAT!
What else have you got in your hand Chippy?
Just one problem, NBC said nothing about distributed generation or Fool Cells as a solution, just beefed up security. No soup for FoolCell. Swat! LOL
Molten carbonate fuel cells for CO2 separation and segregation by retrofitting existing plants – An analysis of feasible operating windows and first experimental findings -- International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 35 (2015) 120–130. Read it if you can and weep, or just weep. LOL