Membranes for Advanced Fossil Energy Systems

Chair(s):
Dong, J., University of Cincinnati
Co-chair(s):
Cooper, C. A., Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

High temperature gas separation membranes are important for future near-zero-emission fossil fuel- and biomass-based power generation and chemical co-production. This session focus on experimental and theoretical work on membranes and membrane reactors for high temperature separation of H2, CO2, O2, and other gases relevant to syngas and hydrogen production, CO2 capture, and O2 enrichment in advanced clean powder systems.

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