Publications and responsibilities
Comparison of Technologies for CO2 Capture from Cement Production—Part 1: Technical Evaluation
A technical evaluation of CO2 capture technologies when retrofitted to a cement plant is performed. The investigated technologies are the oxyfuel process, the chilled ammonia process, membrane-assisted CO2 liquefaction, and the calcium looping process with tail-end and integrated configurations. For...
Comparison of Technologies for CO2 Capture from Cement Production—Part 2: Cost Analysis
This paper presents an assessment of the cost performance of CO2 capture technologies when retrofitted to a cement plant: MEA-based absorption, oxyfuel, chilled ammonia-based absorption (Chilled Ammonia Process), membrane-assisted CO2 liquefaction, and calcium looping. While the technical basis for ...
CCUS scenarios for the cement industry: is CO2 utilization economically feasible?
Large-scale co-production of liquid hydrogen from fossil and renewable energy
An overview of CO2 capture for power and industry
Energy efficiency in the process industry: Learning from nature
Techno-economic analysis of MEA CO2 capture from a cement kiln – impact of steam supply scenario
This paper present the techno-economic assessment of an MEA-based CO2 capture from a cement plant and the importance of the steam supply on the costs. The evaluations present the energy performances of the CO2 capture process based on a cement plant with a clinker capacity of 3,000 t/d. The cost eva...
CEMCAP – Making CO2 Capture Retrofittable to Cement Plants
CEMCAP (http://www.sintef.no/cemcap/) is an EU Horizon 2020 project that aims at maturing CO2 capture technologies suitable for retrofitting to existing cement plants by undertaking pilot-scale demonstration under industrially relevant conditions. Four capture technologies are being tested, analyzed...