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Negative CO2 emission gas power plant

The novel approach is aiming to obtain CO2 negative emission power production by using an innovative power cycle, coupled with CCS, in order to process sewage sludge. Proposed plant does not use sorbent, but instead gasification, with steam used as an agent, is proposed, followed by oxy-combustion in the gas turbine, with addition of water for cooling processes in combustion chamber. Subsequently water will be condensed and CO2 will be compressed in new type of condenser. This CO2 can then be pumped into oil/gas reservoirs for underground storage. As sewage sludge is considered to be biomass, this will consequently make the plant CO2 negative.

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Project's acronym:
NEGATIVE-CO2-PP
Financial Program Name:
EEA and Norway grants - Polish Applied Research Programme
Organization:
Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju (NCBR) (The National Centre for Research and Development)
Agreement:
NOR/POLNORCCS/NEGATIVE-CO2-PP/0009/2019-00 z dnia 2020-11-17
Realisation period:
2020-11-01 - 2023-11-01
Project manager:
prof. dr hab. inż. Dariusz Mikielewicz
Realised in:
Instytut Energii
Project's value:
17 097 103.37 PLN
Request type:
International Research Programmes
Domestic:
International project
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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Year 2021

  • OPTIMIZATION OF THE LAST STAGE OF GAS-STEAM TURBINE USING A HYBRID METHOD
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    - Year 2021

    This paper relates to the CFD calculation of a new turbine type which is in the phase of theoretical analysis, because the working fluid is a mixture of steam and gas generated in wet combustion chamber. At first, this article concentrates on a possibility of streamlining the flow efficiency of a last stage of axial turbine working on gas-steam mixture using a hybrid of the particle swarm optimization algorithm with the Nelder-Mead...

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