Ultra-lean and low NOx Hydrogen Combustion Ultra-lean and low NOx Hydrogen Combustion The Research Group led by Professor Manosh C Paul in the James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow is using ARCHIE-WeSt to investigate a novel catalytic stabilisation technique for ultra-lean hydrogen combustion applications. Hydrogen combustion generally causes several stability issues with NOx emissions, limiting its prospect for energy decarbonisation. The project is addressing these issues with the goal of achieving ultra-low NOx combustion applications of hydrogen energy. The preliminary studies provided a comprehensive understanding of the roles of catalysts in the hydrogen combustion process, which is a stepping stone for the development and deployment of ultra-low NOx hydrogen combustion technology with the potential to meet the “net-zero” target. For further information about the project please contact Professor Manosh C Paul (Manosh.Paul@glasgow.ac.uk), Systems Power and Energy, James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow and for a list of the research areas in which ARCHIE-WeSt users are active please click here.