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CEMCAP Final Webinar 1

CEMCAP Final Webinar 1

The webinar will present final results from CEMCAP

Start
29/10/2018 10:00 Add to calendar
End
29/10/2018 11:30

The CEMCAP project ends on October 31, 2018. Our final public dissemination event, the Workshop in Brussels on October 17 (organised by ECRA and co-hosted with H2020 project CLEANKER) is already fully booked.

In order to share the CEMCAP results with a wider audience we arrange two webinars on October 29. During these webinars, four of the CEMCAP papers from the GHGT-14 conference will be presented, and it will be possible for participants to ask questions. The webinars will be recorded and made accessible from the CEMCAP website.

Webinar 1, Monday October 29, 10.00 CET

  • Progress made in the CEMCAP project presented by Kristin Jordal, SINTEF
  • Retrofitability of CO2 capture technologies to cement plants presented by Mari Voldsund, SINTEF

In this webinar, you will first be given an overview of the CEMCAP project and the main progress and achievements. The second presentation will focus on the retrofitability of the CO2 capture technologies investigated in CEMCAP. There will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions after each presentation.

Register for Webinar 1


There will also be a Final Webinar 2 on the same day, registration and information on Webinar 2.


 

In addition to the Final Webinars 1 + 2, CEMCAP presentations will be recorded and made available on the CEMCAP website of the following topics (list may be expanded):

  • Oxyfuel clinker cooler prototype: operation and clinker analysis by Marco Lino, VDZ
  • Demonstration of Calcium Looping CO2 capture for cement plants at semi industrial scale by Matthias Hornberger, IFK, University of Stuttgart
  • Simulation, modelling and optimization of different chilled ammonia-based process configurations for CO2 capture applied to cement plants by Jose-Francisco Perez-Calvo, ETH Z├╝rich

  • Membrane and membrane assisted liquefaction processes for CO2 capture from cement plants by Rahul Anantharaman, SINTEF