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Cogeneration with Carbon Capture: PSE Meets Power Engineering - Professor Alexander Mitsos - Recording available

Date From: 18 May 2015
Description: A one-hour webinar organised by the Catalysis Special Interest Group, and presented by Professor Alexander Mitsos of the Laboratory for Process Systems Engineering at RWTH Aachen, covering the optimal design and operation of zero and partial emission cycles for power generation and water desalination. Members of the Catalysis Special Interest Group can replay a recording of this webinar, and view the slides, free of charge. Visit the group's Resources area and log in with your membership number and PIN / password to access the webinar archive.
Event Type: Special Interest Groups
Venue: Online
Organiser: Catalysis Special Interest Group

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Topic

The presentation covers the optimal design and operation of zero and partial emission cycles for power generation and water desalination. In the first part of the talk a semi-commercial pressurised oxy-coal combustion process is considered. In the second part, oxy-fuel combustion using ion transport membranes is discussed.

The webinar is aimed at chemical and mechanical engineers with an interest in: carbon capture, reactor design, process design, power generation.

Presenter

Alexander MitsosAlexander Mitsos is a full professor in RWTH Aachen University and the Director of the Laboratory for Process Systems Engineering (AVT.SVT) comprising 40 research and administrative staff. 

 

 

 

 

Format

A one-hour online session: 40 minutes' presentation + 20 minutes' Q&A.
Duration (for CPD recording purposes): up to one hour.

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