Green Hydrogen (Wind & Solar) from (Alkaline) Electrolysis.

Simscape electrolyzer converting water and electricity (wind/solar renewable sources) into H2 gas. Alkaline technology included.
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This is a conceptual model representing electrolysis, the conversion of electrical energy (wind & solar) and water into hydrogen gas. In this update (4.0.3), a video illustrating the operation of an alkaline electrolyzer is showcased. Related models soon to be available.
The electrolyser consists of a water tank that can be refilled continuously upon need (conductivity increase in the solution may be accounted for). The temperature of the water is regulated by diverted current through a thermal resistor. Hydrogen generated is extracted into a storage tank modelled as a gas chamber with a constant storage temperature..

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Juan Sagarduy (2024). Green Hydrogen (Wind & Solar) from (Alkaline) Electrolysis. (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Récupéré le .

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Upgraded content to R2023B. Addition: Alkaline Electrolyser.


Update description with latest information.


Adding alkaline electrolyzer video.


Adding green hydrogen production from wind-based micro-grids. Major update.

Upgrade to R2022a.

Editing Correction (Distance anode-cathode).

Output signal for pH of the solution in the electrolyser tank now accessible.

Updated description of the content in the submission.

Upgraded material to 2021b

Adding a DC micro-grid model including solar, energy storage (battery) & electrolyzer.

Updated content - Hydrogen generation through electrolysis.

Upgrading the files to R2020a.