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Black Sea Energy Resource Development and Hydrogen Energy Problems

Veziroğlu, Ayfer, Tsitskishvili, Marat (Eds.)

2013, XIV, 438 p. 156 illus., 50 illus. in color.

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  • Most recent publication on the Black Sea Region
  • Covering its ecology and energy resources
  • Including hydrogen production from H2S and other sources and its storage

NATO Advanced Research Workshop “The Black Sea: Strategy for Addressing its Energy Resource Development and Hydrogen Energy Problems” was held in order to evaluate the Black Sea Region’s environment, discuss the ways and means of protecting it, and to evaluate the methods of production of the energy carrier, hydrogen. Papers presented at the workshop, proposed various methods of hydrogen production from the hydrogen sulfide, from marine macro algae and other bacteria, storage and utilization of hydrogen, oil spills and pollutants in the Black Sea, degradation of the sea and the land around the region, and ways and means of protecting the environment.

The workshop participants unanimously expressed the need to establish close cooperation amongst the Region’s countries regarding the development of its energy resources, and at the same time protecting its environment. These recommendations have been put together in the Batumi Manifesto.

This book entitled “Black Sea Energy Resource Development and Hydrogen Energy Problems” puts together the papers presented at the workshop, starting with the Batumi Manifesto. This valuable volume should be in the libraries of all the scientists, engineers, environmentalists, economists and decision makers involved in the development of the Black Sea Region and in the introduction of clean and abundant Hydrogen Energy.

Content Level » Graduate

Keywords » Black Sea Region Development - Hydrogen from Hydrogen Sulfide - Renewable Energies

Related subjects » Energy Technology - Renewable and Green Energy - Sustainable Development

Table of contents 

Preface.- Batumi Manifesto.- Complex Investigation of Ecological State of the Black Sea and Actions for its Protection; M. Aplenidze et al.- Conclusions from 1st Black Sea Hydrogen Sulfide Workshop (BSHSW): A Review; M. Süha Yazıcı.- Hydrogen Production with Zero Emissions Footprint: Challenges and Solutions Towards Commercialization; N. Özalp.- Photolysis of Hydrogen Sulfide in Gas Mixtures; S. A. Huseynova et al.- Photochemical Decomposition of Hydrogen Sulphide in the Gas Mixtures and Generation Molecular Hydrogen; S.A. Huseynova et al.- Rational Cost-Benefit Analysis for Optimizing Future Energy Resources; J.J. Ramsden.- Novel Fuels and Materials for Nuclear Energy Generation Technologies; P. Kervalishvili.- Feasibility of H2S Production from Black Sea Waters; H.M. Ҫekirge, R. Al-Waked.- The Low Price Hydrogen Production from Hydrogen Sulfide in Black Sea; S.A. Naman, A. Veziroglu.- Traditional and Sustainable Energy Production in Southern Ukraine and Crimea: Current State and Prospects; I. Winkler et al.- Evaluation of Biohydrogen Production Potential from Marine Macro Algae; I. Şenturk, H. Büyükgüngor.- Approaches to Aquatic Ecosystems Organic Energy Assessment and Modelling; V. Moshynsky, O. Riabova.- H2 Producing Activity by Escherichia Coli During Mixed Carbon Fermentation at Slightly Alkaline and Acidic pHs: Novel Functions of Hydrogenase 4 (hyf) and Hydrogenase 2 (hyb); K. Trchounian, A. Trchounian.- Glycerol Fermentation and Molecular Hydrogen Production by Escherichia Coli Batch Cultures Affected by Some Reducing Reagents and Heavy Metal Ions; A. Poladyan et al.- The Effect of Various Metal Ions on Bio-Hydrogen Production and F0F1-ATPase Activity of Rhodobacter Sphaeroides; L. Hakobyan et al.- Hydrogen Accumulators for Various Purposes; D.V. Schur et al.- The Peculiarities of Hydrogenation of Fullerene Molecules C60 and Their Transformation; D.V. Schur et al.- The Prospects for Use of Hydrogen Accumulators on the Basis of Lanthan-Magnesium-Nickel Store Alloys; S.Yu. Zaginaichenko et al.- On the 80-th Brainstorming for Complex Research of Black Sea Ecosystem (The Restoration of the Black Sea Ecosystem: Necessary but not Sufficient Conditions for Harmonic Existence of the Region); S.C. Mavrodiev, M. Tsitskishvili.- On the FP7 BlackSeaHazNet Project and its Possible Application for Harmonic Existence of the Regions; S.C. Mavrodiev, L. Pekevski.- Serbian Efforts to Improve Environmental and Overall Security in Black Sea Regional Cooperation; V. Radovic, A. Andrejevic.- Numerical Modeling of Spilled Oil Seasonal Transport Processes into Georgian Coastal Zone of the Black Sea; D.I. Demetrashvili, T.P. Davitashvili.- The Ecological Evaluation River Basins in West Georgia; K. Verbetskaya et al.- Numerical Simulation of the Sea Pollution for the Case of Mine Waters Discharge; M.M. Biliaiev et al.- Geomining Site Ecological Assessment and Reclamation along Coastal Line of the Kerch Peninsula; M.M. Kharytonov et al.- Desulphurisation of Karaman – Ermenek Lignites of Turkey at the Accelerated Electrons Impact; F. Chichek et al.- Influence of Static and Cyclic Tensions on Corrosion – Mechanical Destruction of Steels in Hydrogen Sulfide Environments; M.S. Khoma et al.- Hydrogen and Hydrogen Containing Gas Formation at the Radiation-Thermal Clean Up of Water from Oil Pollution; I.I. Mustafayev.- Quantum Effects Based Materials for Nanosensory Systems; P.J. Kervalishvili, T.M. Berberashvili.- Physical Properties of some Metal Hydrides Applicable for Hydrogen Detectors: Brief Review; I. Ratishvili, N. Namoradze.

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