Research into CO2 technology is receiving increased attention due to the rapid increase in concentration the last 100 years, and the problems that it may cause for our environment. This technology is developed to clean biogas to reach fuel quality, but can be used for virtually any CO2 separation process. The membrane is able to regenerate, i.e. burn off contamination.
DESCRIPTION NTNU researchers have investigated carbon membranes for use in biogas applications. This membrane is composed of carbon made from a novel precursor and configured so that contaminates can be burned off using a small amount of power. The technology developed also includes the manufacturing process.
UNIQUE SELLING POINTS
• High stability and durability
• No contamination of gas flow
• New class of hollow fibre membrane
• Biogas treatment to reach fuel quality
• CO2 separation
STATE OF DEVELOPMENT
• Ready for licensing on exclusive or non-exclusive basis within various fields of use (due to sponsors rights)
, PUBLICATIONS Carbon membranes from cellulose: Synthesis, performance and regeneration Journal of Membrane Science, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 7 July 2006, Jon Arvid Lie and May-Britt Hägg Carbon membranes from cellulose and metal loaded cellulose Carbon, Volume 43, Issue 12, October 2005, Pages 2600-2607 Jon Arvid Lie and May-Britt Hägg
Trond Gifstad E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: +47 91 77 78 08 01102006
May-Britt Hägg, Jon A. Lie
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