Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
CO2 Wetting on Pillar-Nanostructured Substrates
CO2 capture by dropwise CO2 condensation on cold solid surfaces is a promising technology. Understanding the role of the nanoscale surface and topographical features of CO2 droplet wetting characteristics is of importance for CO2 capture by this technology, but this remains unexplored as of yet. Her...
NCCS: The Norwegian CCS Research Centre
Thermal Conductivity in CCS – new measurement data in unchartered territory
Superlyophobic surfaces for efficient separation and droplet condensation of CO2
The Norwegian CCS Research Centre: Industry-Driven Innovation for Fast-Track Ccs Deployment
Efficient Liquefaction of Carbon Dioxide on Superlyophobic Surfaces
Nanostructured surfaces for efficient liquefaction of CO2
NCCS at GHGT-14: Presentations and posters
Contact angle and condensation of a CO2 droplet on a solid surface
Anthropogenic release of carbon dioxide (CO2) is a major contribution to manmade increase in global warming. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a necessary technology for lowering CO2 emissions to an acceptable level that limits global warming to below 2 °C. Liquefaction of CO2 is a key proces...