Thermochemical Conversion Processes for Solid Fuels and Renewable Energies
Alobaid, Falah (editor)
Ströhle, Jochen (editor)
It is widely believed that a large proportion of greenhouse gas emissions originated anthropogenically from the use of fossil fuels with additional contributions coming from manufactured materials, deforestation, soil erosion, and agriculture (including livestock). The global society actively supports measures to create a flexible and low-carbon energy economy to attenuate climate change and its devastating environmental consequences. In this Special Issue, the recent advancements in the next-generation thermochemical conversion processes for solid fuels and renewable energies (e.g., the operational flexibility of co-combustion of biomass and lignite, integrated solar combined cycle power plants, and advanced gasification systems such as the sorption-enhanced gasification and the chemical looping gasification) were shown.
Keywordshydrochar; hydrothermal carbonization; biogas upgrading; CO2 capture; pressure swing adsorption; gasification; kinetic model; conversion model; reaction model; low-rank coal; tar absorption; process simulation; validation study; sensitivity analyses; lignite; lignite gasification; fluidized-bed gasifier; olivine; solar cooling; solar cooling system; TRNSYS; absorption chiller; performance and analysis; solar energy; chemical looping; biomass gasification; process control; CO2 absorption; experimental study; energy analysis; exergy analysis; CSP; PTC; ISCC; power plant; CFB combustion; operational flexibility; load transients; fluctuating electricity generation; renewables; one-dimensional SEG model; dual fluidized bed; sorbent deactivation; hydrodynamics; kinetics; fuel feeding rate; biomass; thermochemical conversion technologies; combustion; carbon capture and storage/utilization; solar-driven air-conditioning; integrated solar combined cycle; energy and exergy analyses; thermodynamic modeling; dynamic process simulation
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
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