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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010The Thermal Protection of a Specific Experimental Instrument for Monitoring of Combustion Conditions on the Grate of Municipal Solid Waste IncineratorsMARTINEC Jiri; SEN Hugo; SVOBODA Karel; MARTINCOVA Jana Victoria; BAXTER DavidArticles in Journals
2008Thermodynamic Possibilities and Constraints for Pure Hydrogen Production by a Nickel and Cobalt-based Chemical Looping Process at Lower TemperaturesSVOBODA Karel; SIEWIOREK ALEKSANDRA; BAXTER DAVID; ROGUT Jan; POHORELY MichaelArticles in Journals
2007Thermodynamic Possibilities and Constraints for Pure Hydrogen Production by Iron-based Chemical Looping Process at Low TemperatureSVOBODA Karel; SLOWINSKI G.; ROGUT Jan; BAXTER DAVIDArticles in Journals
2007Thermodynamic Possibilities and Constraints of Pure Hydrogen Production by a Chromium, Nickel, and Manganese-Based Chemical Looping Process at Lower TemperaturesSVOBODA Karel; SIEWIOREK Aleksandra; BAXTER DAVID; ROGUT Jan; PUNCOCHAR MichaelArticles in Journals
2007Thermodynamic Possibilities of Pure Hydrogen Production by a Nickel or Cobalt - based Redox Chemical Looping Process at Lower TemperaturesSVOBODA KAREL; POHORELY MICHAEL; WIECZOREK KAMILA; BAXTER DAVID; SCHOSGER JEAN-PIERREContributions to Conferences
2006Thermodynamic Possibilities of Pure Hydrogen Production by Chromium, Nickel and Manganese-based Chemical Looping Process at Lower TemperaturesSIEWIOREK ALEKSANDRA; SVOBODA Karel; ROGUT JanContributions to Conferences
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