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Sammanfattning : Introducing materials with large interfaces to enhance process performance has become a feature of advanced chemical engineering, where the research focus has been changed from the traditional ideal isotropic fluid in the bulk phase to the highly non-ideal anisotropic confined fluid on the nano-micro interfaces, owing to the strong and asymmetric interactions between the complex fluids (supported metal nanoparticles, ionic liquids, proteins, etc.) and the sophisticated solid-surface (roughness, electrostatic effects, chemical heterogeneities, etc. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Water or steam is added into the working fluid (often air) in gas turbines to improve the performance of gas turbine cycles. A typical application is the humidified gas turbine that has the potential to give high efficiencies, high specific power output, low emissions and low specific investment. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Ionic liquids (ILs) have shown great potential to be used as absorbents for CO2 separation owing to their unique properties such as immeasurably low vapour pressure, high thermal stability, high CO2 affinity, and tunable structure. A huge amount of researches have been carried out, and most of them focused on developing novel ILs for CO2 separation. LÄS MER
4. Molecular Simulations of Microstructure, Thermodynamics, and Dynamics of Complex Liquid Mixtures at Interfaces and Confined Spaces
Sammanfattning : In modern chemical engineering, process intensification is realised by introducing a nano- or micro-interface. The introduction of such an interface breaks the homogeneous nature of the fluid and forms a unique nano- or micro-interfacial structure, which has a significant impact on the properties of fluids. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : CO2 separation plays an important role to mitigate the CO2 emissions due to burning of fossil fuels, and it is also of importance in biofuel production (e.g. biogas upgrading and bio-syngas purification and conditioning). The solvent-based absorption is the state-of-art technology for CO2 separation, where various solvents, e. LÄS MER