Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Exhaust gas treatment system using polymer membrane for carbon dioxide capture processResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have developed a carbon dioxide (CO2) capture process for treating exhausts gas using a polymer membrane. Carbon sequestration requires a multi-step procedure whereby waste CO2 from large point sources, is captured, transported to storage sites and deposited. Carbon capture is a critical step in this process and represents a significant portion of the overall cost. This newly developed exhaust gas treatment system for CO2 capture offers numerous advantages over existing technology including: reduction in environmental harmful exhaust gases from carbon capture process; minimisation of installation space requirements; and a significant reduction in installation costs. In recent years there has been an accelerated development of technology focused on the reduction of CO2 emissions, due in part to the increase of climate change mitigation focused regulations. Advanced carbon capture technology is at the forefront of research centred on the reduction of CO2 emissions. Prior commercialised carbon capture technologies have neglected to incorporate methods for handling the unavoidable harmful exhaust gasses present in the carbon capture process. Consequently, there is a need for methods of managing these gasses within the carbon capture process. Researchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research have met this challenge and designed a sophisticated polymer membrane process capable of treating the harmful exhaust gasses present during common carbon capture method. This advanced technology addresses the necessity of managing these gasses and their known negative environmental implications. This newly developed exhaust gas treatment system for carbon capture offers numerous advantages over existing technology. Specifically, harmful exhaust gasses can be removed; installation space, of the desulfurization facility, can be minimized and process costs reduced through the application of exhaust gas treatment device using the polymer separator.
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NDI Foundation posted this:NEW FLUORINATED CARBON MATERIALS FOR FUEL CELLS AND BATTERIESOur project is the solution for sorting out rechargeable batteries enchanted anode and fuel cells Proton Exchange Membranes (PEM) efficiency issues. We propose to start mass production and sales of the products based on the new technology of Soft Fluorination for Carbon Materials and products derived by this technology. Our product is globally prospective and ready for industrial use. The product is targeted to the following segments of clients: - fuel cells producers - proton exchange membranes (PEM); - energy storage systems - batteries and super-capacitors electrodes; - Super-acid Catalysts for numerous uses; - Fillers for fluorinated resins; - Biologically indifferent sorbents (e.g. for blood purification); - Hydro-isolation of resins adhesion of construction composite materials and pigments. As so far in the fuel still not realized their potential as a cost efficient, environmentally friendly and productive in converting available chemical energy into electric energy.
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Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Electrode materials on the basis of carbon nanostructures, electrically conductive polimers and transition metal oxides for supercapacitorsRussian Laboratory of Academic Novosibirsk University, specializing in the area of electrode materials research, developed a technology of hybrid nanostructures, having high electrical capacity, for supercapacitors creation. Usage of this technology allows to increase the capacity of capacitors up to 400 F/g (calculated using electrode material). Authors are looking for partners for joint research projects and creation of a production prototype.
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Renewable Clean EnergyRenewable energy sources such as solar and wind energy, and bio-mass for bio-fuels. Solar energy, MEMS energy converters, thermal energy storage, combined heat and power, biofuel production, water disinfection/ desalination, and cogeneration of power and biofuels. Project ID : 12-2011-234
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UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE posted this:How to get high added value products for industrial applications from agricultural wastes• The use of cocoa shell as a new lignocelulosic precursor to preparate activated carbon (monoliths) for industrial applications. • In contrast with current procedures used to synthesize activated carbon monoliths, in the present invention, the mounding of precursor is made before the carbonization and activation steps. • Raw material shows self-binder properties, so it is not necessary additional binders or additional steps for consolidation.
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Energy Conversion and TransmissionPower electronics, including high efficiency conversion, photovoltaic systems, and piezoelectric sensors and transmitters enabling energy transmission to human tissue via, for example, implanted medical devices. Project ID : 12-2011-233
RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd. posted this:Laboratory of Environmental Bioengineeringenergy efficiency, energy savings, process development Carbohydrate analysis, amino acid analysis. Fermentation processes development Non-thermal extraction on biomolecules process development Non-thermal food and pharmaceutical disinfection with pulsed electric fields Dionex ICS-5000 + Reagent-Free HPIC System for Carbohydrates, Organic Acid and Amino Acid Analysis. Tecan 200M spectrophotometer with gas modules for microfermentation Project ID : 12-2015-918
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