Steam methane reforming (SMR) as a hydrocarbon fuel processing technology accounts for a significant proportion of global hydrogen production. The SMR unit has two main modules: a combustor and a reactor. The combustor (or furnace) produces heat by the reactions of methane with oxygen in the air, whereas the reactor consumes heat and produces hydrogen. The heat transfer efficiency and thermal efficiency play important roles in the SMR design. The efficiency of the hydrogen production is determined by the thermal efficiency of the reformer. CFD technology has been successfully applied to the simulation of industrial furnace. In this project, the objectives is the following:
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