Publications and responsibilities
Energy and cost performances baseline of MEA-based CO2 Capture
Techno-economic evaluation of technologies for CO2 capture in the cement industry
Understanding the Cost of Retrofitting CO2 Capture to an Integrated Oil Refinery
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 ...
Techno-economic evaluation of five technologies for CO2 capture from cement production
Work and heat integration—A new field in process synthesis and process systems engineering
The extension from heat integration and design of heat exchanger networks (HENs) to including heating, cooling, and power effects from pressure changing equipment has been referred to as work and heat integration and design of work and heat exchange networks (WHENs). This is an emerging research are...
Identifying optimal thermodynamic paths in work and heat exchange network synthesis
The process synthesis problem referred to as work and heat exchange networks (WHENs) is an extension of the classical heat exchanger networks problem considering only temperature and heat. In WHENs, additional properties are pressure and work, and strong interactions exist between temperature, press...
Work and Heat Exchange Networks – Opportunities and Challenges
Design and optimization of Heat Exchanger Networks (HENs) is well established and has been heavily applied in the process industries since its pioneering period in the 1970s and 1980s. While temperature and thermal energy (heat) obviously are key elements in process plants and power stations, pressu...