A flameless oxycombustion route to lower cost CCS?

Malavasi, Massimo
May 2014
Modern Power Systems;May2014, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p23
The article offers the author's insights on the benefits being offered by flameless pressurised oxycombustion (FPOC) as a clean coal technology. Topics discussed include the FPOC represents an advanced combination of combustion parameters, small combustion research and development (R&D) company ITEA, and the commercial solution only policy directs to the deployment of a collection of Lego-like solutions to correspond flameless pressurised oxycombustion requirements.


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