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Petrov, K.V. (author)
As a response to climate change, substantial efforts are being made to achieve global net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year of 2050, as established by the Paris agreement. To decrease reliance on fossil fuels, we are transitioning to renewable energies and electrifying various sectors. However, certain segments of the global supply chain...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Yska, Stijn (author)
As global climate change concerns intensify, the search for renewable-based alternatives to products and processes that rely on fossil fuels becomes ever more important. A process that has been championed is the co-electrolysis of carbon dioxide and water, under the supply of renewable energy, via high-temperature solid oxide electrolyser...
master thesis 2022
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KAROUNTZOS, JOHN (author)
The urgency of taking actions against climate crisis is unprecedented. The human-produced CO2 is the largest contributor to global warming, which drives the climate change. Many countries around the world have committed to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in the next coming decades. Power-to-X (PtX) technologies in combination with carbon...
master thesis 2021
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van der Maas, Jos (author)
The worlds energy demand is rising as a result of industrial activity and advances in countries around the world. Fossil fuel sources are used to meet this demand for much of the world [1]. The way in which energy is handled causes pollution e.g., CO2 emissions, inducing climate change, therefore a more sustainable industry is desired [2, 3]....
master thesis 2021
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Al-Gariri, Hesham (author)
The global concern of the increasing levels of CO2 is growing quickly in the recent years. Therefore, a lot of research is currently underway with respect to closing the carbon cycle. The electrochemical reduction of CO2 is a promising technology that could help utilize the CO2 as a feedstock to produce chemicals and fuels, while storing the...
master thesis 2021
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Bhatraju, Chaitanya (author)
Electrochemical reduction of CO2 using renewable energy sources is one of the promising avenues to pursue towards mitigating the emissions of the notorious CO2. However, the CO2 electrolysis in aqueous systems, due to the low solubility of CO2, are severely limited by mass transfer. State of the art review shows that a significant amount of the...
master thesis 2021
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Borisov√°, Stanislava (author)
This thesis examines the production of an alternative liquid hydrocarbon fuel, namely CO2-methanol, produced utilising DAC, CO2 electrolysis, H2O electrolysis and thermo-catalytic synthesis. The reason for such research lies in a persistent growth in global energy demand, a significant share of which comes from liquid fuels, in the present...
master thesis 2019
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