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Loredana Magistri is Associate Professor at the University of Genoa. Her field of expertise is in the analysis and simulation of high temperature fuel cells (MCFC, SOFC), innovative energy systems with carbon capture and sequestration, energy storage by Hydrogen and “chemicals” production.. She is collaborating with national and international companies and she is part of the steering committee of the Rolls-Royce LG Fuel Cell Systems UTC. She is also responsible for the development of simulation codes for the off-design and transient analysis of innovative power plants and in particular of hybrid systems with high temperature fuel cells.
She is involved in several national and European projects.
Loredana Magistri has authored more than forty papers in international scientific journals and she is reviewer of international journals.
Rivarolo M., Bogarin J., Magistri L., Massardo A.F., 2012
“Time-dependent optimization of a large size hydrogen generation plant using “spilled” water at Itaipu 14 GW hydraulic plant”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 37, Issue 6, Pages 5434–5443
M. Monteverde, L.Magistri 2012, “Hydrogen from sodium borohydride and fossil source: An
energetic and economical comparison” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy Vol. 37, pp.5452-5460.
M. Rivarolo, S. Marmi, G. Riveros Godoy, L. Magistri, “Development and assessment of a distribution network of hydro-methane, methanol, oxygen and carbon dioxide in Paraguay” Energy conversion and management Volume 77, 2014, Pages 680-689
M. Rivarolo, L. Magistri, A. Massardo “Hydrogen and methane generation from large hydraulic plant: Thermo-economic multi-level time-dependent optimization” Applied Energy Volume 113, January 2014, Pages 1737-1745
A. Sorce, A. Greco, L. Magistri, P. Costamagna “FDI oriented modeling of an experimental SOFC system, model validation and simulation of faulty states” Applied Energy 2014 In press