Carlos Adolfo Grande
Carlos Adolfo Grande
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Fast Pressure Swing Adsorption process using MOF monolith
Comparison and evaluation of agglomerated MOFs in biohydrogen purification by means of pressure swing adsorption (PSA)
In this work, the agglomeration of HKUST-1 and ZIF-8 with polyvinylalcohol (PVA) has been studied. Extrudates with very low reduction of surface area with respect to powder (less than 3% for a PVA content of 2.9%) have been obtained. The adsorption isotherms of carbon dioxide and hydrogen on HKUST-1...
Experimental Results of Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) for Pre-combustion CO2 Capture with Metal Organic Frameworks
Vacuum Pressure Swing Adsorption (VPSA) has already proved that it can be used for capture of CO2 from the tail gas of the PSA process for hydrogen purification. The demo operated in Port Arthur by Air Products has already captured more than 1 million metric tons of CO2. In this work we are evaluati...
Innovative Process Cycle with Zeolite (MS13X) for Post Combustion Adsorption
This paper reports the integration of Electric swing adsorption (ESA) Process in a Natural Gas Combined Cycle. This process was investigated in the MATESA FP7 project financed by European Commission. The ESA process is modelled through ASPEN Adsorption using both heat and electricity for regeneratin...
Life-cycle assessment as a tool for eco-design of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)
Metal-organic framework (MOF) materials are porous materials with high surface area that offer enormous flexibility of design and tailoring of its surface properties to be used in diverse chemical processes. Most of the reported properties of MOF materials were evaluated in powder materials produced...
Development of moving bed temperature swing adsorption (MBTSA) process for post-combustion CO2 capture: Initial benchmarking in a NGCC context
Conductive ZSM-5-Based Adsorbent for CO2 Capture: Active Phase vs Monolith
CO2 capture in Natural Gas Production by adsorption processes for CO2 storage, EOR and EGR
CO2 Capture in Natural Gas Production by Adsorption Processes
Natural gas (NG) is the fossil fuel with the lowest emissions of CO2 per kilowatt of energy produced. In the case of transporting the natural gas through pipelines, the CO2 specifications depend on each country but are around 2-4%, so in case that the natural gas contains more than this percentage, ...