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Integration of algal biofuel and biogas production

There is an increased international interest in the use of algae to sustainably produce liquid biofuels to meet future energy demands, however there are many technical challenges associated with this promising technology. Read more

Expert control systems for AD systems

AD is non-linear process which is notoriously difficult to control automatically and therefore has in the past relied on expert operators to maintain the performance and stability of AD sites. Read more

Characterisation of the porous media used in PEM fuel cells

Proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells are one of the most promising clean power conversion technology that has been increasingly adopted by several countries to reduce the emission of the greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

Molecular modelling and experimental Investigation of the oxygen reduction reaction in PEM fuel cells.

Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) fuel cells are of great promise for future energy production systems, encompassing large scale down to portable power source applications, with the promise of high efficiency and minimal pollutant emission. Read more

Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology

Fuel cells have been considered as one of the promising technologies for the next generation energy production systems, because of their high energy efficiency and low pollutant emission. Read more

Process modelling of biomass gasification systems integrated with CO2 capture

Combination of energy generation from biomass sources and CO2 capture technologies (Bio-CCS or BECCS) is already recognized as a potential option to tackle climate change in most scenarios, as it is linked to the concept of negative CO2 emissions. Read more

Integration of membranes at PACT for industrial testing with real/synthetic flue gases

A pre-pilot-scale membrane module prototype will be installed for industrial testing at the UKCCSRC PACT) Facilities, integrated with a gas turbine and a solid fuel reactor for coal/biomass to test number of fuels and operating conditions. Read more

Particle size distribution in flue gases for carbon capture

The UKCCSRC PACT Facilities are home to numerous combustion devices. natural gas-fired gas turbines and a pulverized fuel reactor burning coal and biomass, used for CCS applications either coupled with post-combustion capture or when operating under oxy-combustion conditions. Read more

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