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Engineering Solutions for CO2 Conversion. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5178898
  • Book
  • March 2021
  • 512 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
A comprehensive guide that offers a review of the current technologies that tackle CO2 emissions

The race to reduce CO2 emissions continues to be an urgent global challenge. "Engineering Solutions for CO2 Conversion" offers a thorough guide to the most current technologies designed to mitigate CO2 emissions ranging from CO2 capture to CO2 utilization approaches. With contributions from an international panel representing a wide range of expertise, this book contains a multidisciplinary toolkit that covers the myriad aspects of CO2 conversion strategies. Comprehensive in scope, it explores the chemical, physical, engineering and economical facets of CO2 conversion.
"Engineering Solutions for CO2 Conversion" explores a broad range of topics including linking CFD and process simulations, membranes technologies for efficient CO2 capture-conversion, biogas sweetening technologies, plasma-assisted conversion of CO2, and much more.

This important resource:

Addresses a pressing concern of global environmental damage, caused by the greenhouse gases emissions from fossil fuels

Contains a review of the most current developments on the various aspects of CO2 capture and utilization strategies

Incldues information on chemical, physical, engineering and economical facets of CO2 capture and utilization

Offers in-depth insight into materials design, processing characterization, and computer modeling with respect to CO2 capture and conversion

Written for catalytic chemists, electrochemists, process engineers, chemical engineers, chemists in industry, photochemists, environmental chemists, theoretical chemists, environmental officers, "Engineering Solutions for CO2 Conversion" provides the most current and expert information on the many aspects and challenges of CO2 conversion.
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Block 1: Fundamental aspects of Carbon Capture and Utilization
1) Contributor: Professor Mercedes Maroto -Director of the Energy Academy at Heriot-Wat University and Director of the Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage (CICCS) (UK)
Tentative chapter title: Overview of CO2 capture/conversion technologies: Technical and economic aspects
2) Contributor: Dr Monica Garcia, International Energy Agency (UK)
Tentative chapter title: CO2 Capture emerging technologies
3) Contributor: Professor Flavio Manenti Politecnico di Milano (Italy)
Tentative chapter title: An Integrated process-modelling approach for CO2 capture-utilization technologies.
4) Contributor: Damien Dellamagne CO2 Value Europe (Belgium)
Tentative book chapter title -
The current EU vison on CO2 to chemicals

Block 2: Catalytic Solutions for CO2 utilization
2.1 Chemical Conversion
5) Contributor: Prof. Xu Jing State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, East China University of Sciences and Technology (China)
Tentative Chapter: Kinetics and mechanism study of catalytic CO2 conversion reactions
6) Contributor: Prof. Yi-Fan Han School of Chemical Engineering and Energy, Zhengzhou University (China)
Tentative chapter title: CO2 to olefins: catalysts design and mechanistic aspects
7) Contributor: Prof Jose A. Odriozola, University of Seville (Spain)
Tentative chapter title: CO2 utilisation enabled by microchannel reactors
8) Contributor: Dr Andrea Alvarez -
University of Boyaca (Colombia)
Tentative chapter title: High pressure Advantages in the CO2 hydrogenation to methanol
9) Contributor: Dr Tomas Ramirez Reina, University of Surrey (UK)
Tentative chapter title: Catalytic Conversion of CO2 to syngas
10) Contributor: Prof Antonio Sepulveda, Dr Enrique Ramos, University of Alicante (Spain)
Tentative chapter title: Metal Organic Frameworks for CO2 conversion reactions
11) Contributor: Dr Svetlana Ivanova, Materials Science Institute of Seville (Spain)
Tentative chapter title: CO2 reduction to CO via reverse water gas shift: catalytic design and optimisation of the reaction conditions
12) Contributor: Prof. Javier Fernandez Sanz (University of Seville, Spain) and Prof Jose A Rodriguez (Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA)
Tentative chapter title: Approaches to catalysts design for CO2 conversion by ab initio and operando studies
13) Contributor: Prof Maria Goula -
Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences (Greece)
Tentative chapter title: biogas sweetening technologies
14) Contributors: Prof. Harvey-Arellano Garcia, Dr Tomas Ramirez Reina (University of Surrey, UK)
Tentative chapter title: Reducing CO2 emissions in steel industry: Process and Catalysis engineering approaches.
15) Contributor: Prof Gunter Kolbe, TU Eindhoven (Netherland)
Tentative chapter title: Microchannel reactors for power to gas
16) Contributor: Dr Pablo Beato Aldor-Topsoe (Denmark)
Tentative chapter title: Catalytic industrial perspective of CO2 conversion technologies
2.2 Electrochemical and Photochemical Conversion of CO2
17) Contributors: Prof. Jose Luis Valverde, Dr Antonio de Lucas-Consuegra University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain)
Tentative Chapter title: Gas phase electrocatalytic conversion of CO2 to syn-fuels
18) Contributors: Professor C.G. Vayenas, University of Patras (Greece)
Tentative title: Electrochemical Promotion of CO2 hydrogenation reactions
19) Contributor: Dr Jian Liu (State Key Laboratory of Catalysis ( SKLC ), Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (China)
Tentative Title: Nanoreactors for efficient photocatalytic reduction of CO2

Block 3: Non-conventional CO2 conversion technologies: approaches based on membranes, fuel cells, plasma, microwave and bio-technology
20) Contributor: Professor Leon Lefferts and Dr Nuria Garcia University of Twente (Netherlands)
Tentative title: Plasma driven CO2 conversion to fuels and chemicals.
21) Contributor: Dr Xin Tu, University of Liverpool (UK).
Plasma catalysis for the direct conversion of CO2 to acetic acid and syngas
22) Contributor: Prof Alan Weimer and Prof Ibraheam Al-Shankiti (University of Colorado, USA and KAUST, Saudi Arabia)
Tentative chapter title: Thermosolar conversion of water and carbon dioxide to produce hydrogen rich syngas
23) Contributor: Claudio Avignone -
University of Surrey (UK)
Tentative chapter title: Microbial electrosynthesis for the capture and transformation of CO2 into multicarbon organic compounds
24) Contributor Prof. V. Parvulescu University of Bucharest (Romania)
Tentative chapter title: Enzymatic processes for CO2 conversion
25) Contributor: Prof J.M. Serra, Institute of Chemical Technology, Valencia (Spain)
Tentative chapter title: Membranes technologies for efficient CO2 capture-conversion
25) Contributor: Dr Marcos Millan, Imperial College London (UK)
Tentative chapter title: CO2 gasification technologies
26) Contributor: Dr Horri University of Surrey (UK)
Tentative chapter title: SOFCs as CO2 coversion devices
27) Contributor: Dr Tiancun Xiao -
Oxford University (UK)
Tentative chapter title: Decarbonization of Fossil Fuel with Novel Catalytic Process using Microwaves.
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Tomas Ramirez Reina
Jose A Odriozola
Harvey Arellano-Garcia
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