TNO
Delft, Netherlands

CAPTURE

ATCM (NL1.6)

Aerosol Test and Counter Measure

Emission monitoring and control is now an important aspect of the technology deployment for CO2 capture. Especially formation of aerosols (mechanisms, conditions) and reduction/prevention of the aerosol formation to protect the environment is a crucial part of implementation of CCS technology. A unique infrastructure has been developed to generate H2SO4 aerosol droplets in-house, simulating the aerosols as observed in power and industrial plants. A wide range of H2SO4 concentrations and thus, particle number and size distribution can be obtained from this setup.

Areas of research

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State of the Art, uniqueness & specific advantages

Emission monitoring and control with respect to aerosols has not been studied at any large extent connected to CCS. This is a crucial aspect to address. With the infrastructure we are able to study the phenomena in detail.

Scientific Environment

The facility is successfully used for business to business projects and other research programmes such as greenhouse applications, production of gases, materials testing.

Operating by

TNO

Nederlandse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek
Netherlands
CAPTURE technologies:
Aerosol control, Solvents
Research Fields:
Physical processes

Location & Contacts

Location
Delft, Netherlands
Contacts
Peter van Os
RICC Contacts - Secondary contact
Peter van Os

Facility Availability

Availability per year (in UA)
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Quality Control / Quality Assurance (QA)

Activities / tests / data are:
Acredited To Standard: nd
Link to your institution QA webpages if available:
www.mysite.com

Operational or other constraints

Specific risks:
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Legal issues:
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