Publications and responsibilities
Study of a full scale oxy-fuel cement rotary kiln
Oxy-fuel combustion has been shown to be an attractive technology to be implemented in cement production with CO2 capture from a process point of view. Due to the market situations and future perspectives it is necessary that the technology can be retrofitted into existing plants. As part of the H20...
A novel PCM accumulator for refrigerated display cabinet : design and CFD simulations
A novel PCM accumulator for refrigerated display cabinet: design and CFD simulations
Oxy-fuel burner investigations for CO2 capture in cement plants
Oxy-fuel conditions may have a considerable influence on the cement production process. This paper presents the results of a first validation work aiming to model the combustion behavior under rich CO2 conditions. The experiments took place in a 500 kWth pulverized fuel combustion rig. A swirl burne...
Chemical Looping Combustion: New innovative CO2 capture
Chemical looping combustion at SINTEF and NTNU
Feeding a Gas Turbine with Aluminum Plant Exhaust for Increased CO2 Concentration in Capture Plant
Aluminum production contributes to global CO2 emissions both due to the production process itself and due to the generation of electric power required for aluminum production. A concept is presented for increasing the CO2 concentration in the aluminum exhaust from ∼1% to ∼5% through the feeding of a...
Reduction of Black Carbon Emissions from Residential Wood Combustion in the Arctic : Black Carbon Inventory, Abatement Instruments and Measures
Feeding a gas turbine with aluminum plant exhaust for increased CO2 concentration in capture plant
Aluminium smelting plants typically emit 1.5 tonne of CO2 per tonne of aluminium produced. However, the CO2 concentration in the exhaust is very low, typically below 1%, since large quantities of air are employed for cooling of the electrolytic cells and for cooling of the raw gas before gas treatme...