CORALIS and INITIATE workshop “CCU modelling approach from micro to macro assessment”

07 September 2022 by Jürgen Ritzek
CORALIS and INITIATE workshop “CCU modelling approach from micro to macro assessment”

CORALIS and INITIATE are hosting a joint online workshop on 26th September 2022, at 10:00-11:35 am CET. The workshop aims at demonstrating industrial symbiosis by using residual carbon-rich gas from the iron and steel industry as a valuable feedstock for the chemical sector.


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CORALIS and INITIATE are hosting a joint online workshop on 26th September 2022, at 10:00-11:35 am CET to discuss methodologies for techno-economic assessments.

Techno-economic assessment is a common approach to identify innovative technologies’ potential with regards to the “business as usual” approach. Starting from the key performance indicators (KPIs) definition, the calculation of the different parameters will be described together with modelling tools that can support the analysis.

 

Workshop Agenda

 

10 – 10.15 am
The INITIATE Project: The State of the Art and the Project’s Objectives, Eric van Dijk, TNO, INITIATE Project Coordinator

10.15 – 10.30 am
KPIs and Modelling Overview: How to approach the Integration of Innovative Technologies and Define its Objectives
Q&A: Giampaolo Manzolini, Politecnico di Milano, Full Professor

10.30 – 10.50 am
Techno-economic assessment methodologies for the evaluation of industrial symbiosis actions within the CORALIS project framework
Q&A: Ignacio Julián, CIRCE, Project Manager

10.50 -11.05 am
Micro Model Reaction: How to Model the Process at Micro Level Identifying the Most Relevant Aspects
Q&A: Francesco Sebastiani, TNO, Sustainable Process Technology Researcher

11.05 – 11.20 am
Detailed Model of a CO2 Capture Process: Definition of a Capture Process Characteristics and Performance
Q&A: Navid Khallaghi, University of Manchester, Research Associate

11.20 am – 11.35 am
CO2 Capture Process Integration: Final Modelling Step to Determine the Overall Plant KPIs
Q&A: Nicola Zecca, Politecnico di Milano, PhD student

11.35 am End of the Workshop

 

Check out the agenda of the workshop here.

Register to the workshop here, and you will soon receive the link to the meeting.

 

The INITIATE project“Innovative industrial transformation of the steel and chemical industries of Europe”, started in January 2021 and aims at demonstrating industrial symbiosis by using residual carbon-rich gas from the iron and steel industry as a valuable feedstock for the chemical sector. The Technology Readiness Level (TRL) 7 piloting combines the continuous production of N2 + H2 and COstreams with the innovative ammonia production as a precursor for urea, to be used as fertilizer and AdBlue®.