Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie

Prof. Antoni Morawski (lider WP1)

Synthesis of solid sorbents

Partners involved - WPUT, VUC

The objective of this work package is the development of optimized titania and carbon material preparation methods (including modification with amines and alkalis) for CO2 adsorption from post-combustion gases.

 
Prof. Beata Michalkiewicz (lider WP2)

CO2 and N2 sorption testing of sorbent materials

Partner involved - WPUT

The objective of this work package is to identify the best sorbent materials for post combustion CO2 capture.

Sub-objectives are:

  • To develop sorbent materials which exhibit high CO2 adsorption and low N2 adsorption
  • To develop sorbent materials with remain largely unchanged after multiple adsorption-desorption cycles
  • To determine single component adsorption equilibrium isotherms for CO2 and N2 by volumetric method at 20°C and up to 0.2 MPa.
  • To achieve a competitive adsorption of a CO2(15vol.%)/N2(85vol.%) mixture
  • To conduct long-term performance tests at 20°C under ambient pressure using the reactor built in the Project
 
dr hab. inż. Rafał Wróbel, prof. ZUT (lider WP3)

Characterisation of materials for CCS

Partner involved - WPUT

The objective of this work package is to undertake a detailed physical and chemical characterization of the sorbent materials.

 
dr inż. Daniel Sibera
 
dr inż. Janusz Ziebro
 
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dr inż. Joanna Sreńscek-Nazzal
 
kapica kozar 200
dr inż. Joanna Kapica-Kozar
 
gesikiewicz 200
mgr inż. Andżelika Gęsikiewicz
 
pirog 200
mgr inż. Ewa Piróg
 
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inż. Michał Zgrzebnicki
 
mlodzik 200
mgr inż. Jacek Młodzik
 
 
 
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Buskerud and Vestfold University College

Prof. Kaiyng WANG (WP1)

Synthesis of solid sorbents

Partners involved - WPUT, VUC

The objective of this work package is the development of optimized titania and carbon material preparation methods (including modification with amines and alkalis) for CO2 adsorption from post-combustion gases.

 
 
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Stiftelsen SINTEF

Dr Richard Blom (Senior Research Scientist, SINTEF) (WP4 leader)

Prototype moving bed reactor

Partner involved - SINTEF

The objective of this work package is to obtain enough process parameters for the best adsorbent to evaluate and benchmark a TSA Moving bed reactor concept utilizing these adsorbents against a state-of-art MEA based post combustion capture plant

Sub-objectives are:

  • Determine kinetic constants for adsorption and desorption from breakthrough measurements
  • Obtain estimates of heat transfer parameters in a moving bed reactor using hot flue gas as heat source
  • Use isotherm data, kinetic data and heat transfer data to model a TSA moving bed CO2 capture process
  • Estimate optimal design of process
  • Evaluate optimized capture process against state-of-art MEA solvent based capture processes.
Dr Andy Booth (Senior Research Scientist, SINTEF) (WP5 leader)

Environmental impact assessment of sorbent materials

Partner involved - SINTEF

The objective of this work package is to determine the potential environmental fate and effects of the best sorbents

The sub-objectives are:

  • To study available literature and conduct a preliminary environmental impact assessment of the test sorbent materials
  • To conduct dispersion stability, aggregation and sedimentation tests over time in relevant aquatic environmental test media
  • To investigate the influence of natural organic matter on the environmental fate of the sorbent materials
  • To conduct freshwater aquatic ecotoxicity tests with relevant water column (D. magna) and sediment (Chironomid sp) species
  • To conduct sublethal ecotoxicity assessment on D. magna using NMR-based metabolomics approaches.
Dr Trond R. Storseth
 
 

The research leading to these results has received funding from the Polish-Norwegian Research Programme operated by the National Centre for Research and Development under the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 in the frame of Project Contract No Pol-Nor/237761/98

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