517 Chemical Looping Processes II - Processes

Wednesday, November 11, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
257A (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Chemical Looping processes involve cycling a solid between two reactors to selectively transport a chemical such as oxygen (for combustion) or carbon dioxide (for CO2 removal). The successful Chemical Looping Processes session is being held for the seventh year in a row to addresses advances in development of chemical looping processes such as combustion, reforming, systems for CO2 capture, hydrogen production, and other novel chemical looping technologies. Technical presentations that address the following issues are requested: - Carrier materials for chemical looping systems - Chemical looping combustion - Chemical looping reforming - Chemical looping systems for capture of CO2 (pre/post combustion) - Hybrid combustion-gasification using chemical looping - Chemical looping reactor design - Material and energy or exergy balances for chemical looping systems - Experience from operation of chemical looping systems - Modeling of chemical looping systems - Techno-economic feasibility analysis for chemical looping systems - Novel chemical looping processes.

Innovations of Green Process Engineering for Sustainable Energy and Environment
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)
Kevin Whitty Email: kevin.whitty@utah.edu
Shwetha Ramkumar Email: shwetha.ramkumar@exxonmobil.com
JoAnn Lighty Email: jlighty@nsf.gov
Douglas Straub Email: douglas.straub@netl.doe.gov
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

1:20 PM
(517c) Chemical-Looping with Oxygen Uncoupling (CLOU): A Process Development Perspective
Asad H. Sahir, James K. Dansie, Matthew A. Hamilton, Kevin Whitty and JoAnn S. Lighty

1:45 PM
(517d) Autothermic Chemical Looping Process for Hydrogen Production Using Activated Carbon As a Catalyst
Fang Liu, Liangyong Chen, Li Yang, Zhen Fan, Heather Nikolic and Kunlei Liu

File available
2:10 PM
(517e) Advanced Solids Flow Sensor Technology for Chemical Looping
Benajmin T. Chorpening, David W. Greve, Jared Charley, Justin Weber and Douglas Straub