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On-Demand Webinar: Integrating Carbon Capture & Storage Technology Using Simulation

Modelon teamed up with researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to prove how Modelon’s Thermal Power Library can be used to design a more flexible and decarbonized power plant. In this webinar, our presenters will walk us through their study of building a scalable plant model, using data from a large-scale pilot plant to validate their model, designing control structures, and effectively integrating Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) technology to lower power plant emissions.   

In this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • The potential for CCS technology to reduce emission levels by up to 90% and satisfy IPCC goals
  • The challenges associated with deploying CCS technology and how these can be addressed with modeling and simulation, including methods to reduce process stabilization times and designing a more flexible and future-proof power plant
  • Modelon technology for modeling and simulation of CCS systems

This webinar aired live on February 27th, 2019.

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Presenters

Dr. Stéphane Velut (PhD) is the Energy & Process Industry Director at Modelon. He holds a Masters of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble and a PhD in Automatic Control from Lund University. Stéphane has more than ten years of experience in model-based systems engineering with a focus on the optimization of energy processes and physical modeling for dynamic simulation. 

Dr. Rubén Mocholí Montañés (PhD) 

is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Chalmers University of Technology. He holds a Masters of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Polytechnic University of Valencia, a Masters of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lund University, and a PhD in Energy & Process Engineering from Norwegian University of Science and Technology. At Chalmers University of Technology, Dr. Montañés conducts and supervises Energy Technology R&D projects. 

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