Her main research concerns Waste management, Calcination, Sorbent, Chemical engineering and Carbonation. Her study in Flue gas and Chemical looping combustion falls under the purview of Waste management. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fluidized bed, Fluidized bed combustion and Power station.
Her study of Sorbent brings together topics like Process engineering and Carbonate. Her Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Mineralogy and Natural gas. Her Carbonation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Thermogravimetry, Analytical chemistry, Work and Particle size.
Gemma Grasa mainly focuses on Chemical engineering, Sorbent, Calcination, Materials science and Waste management. Her Sorbent research covers fields of interest such as Carbonation, Work, Calcium oxide, Chromatography and Space velocity. Her study in the field of Carbonatation also crosses realms of Reaction rate, Carbonate and Partial pressure.
In her research, Continuous reactor is intimately related to Chemical kinetics, which falls under the overarching field of Calcination. Her Waste management research incorporates elements of Process engineering and Power station. Her study looks at the relationship between Flue gas and topics such as Coal, which overlap with Supercritical fluid.
Her primary areas of investigation include Chemical engineering, Materials science, Sorbent, Sorption and Calcination. Her work on Carbonation as part of general Chemical engineering research is often related to Methane, thus linking different fields of science. Her study in Sorbent is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Syngas and Steam reforming.
In her study, Deposition precipitation is inextricably linked to Fixed bed, which falls within the broad field of Sorption. Gemma Grasa works mostly in the field of Calcination, limiting it down to topics relating to Chemical kinetics and, in certain cases, Continuous reactor. Her Fluidized bed research includes themes of Wood gas generator, Mixing and Char.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sorbent, Materials science, Chemical engineering, Steam reforming and Sorption. Her Sorbent research focuses on Calcium looping in particular. Her Calcium looping research incorporates Efficient energy use, Environmental science, Process engineering, Flue gas and Work.
Her work deals with themes such as Fluidized bed and Wood gas generator, which intersect with Char. Fixed bed is closely attributed to Calcination in her work. Other disciplines of study, such as Reaction model, Inert, Calcium oxide, Reactivity and Carbonation, are mixed together with her Particle studies.
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Cost structure of a postcombustion CO2 capture system using CaO
J Carlos Abanades;G Grasa;M Alonso;N Rodriguez.
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
Application of the random pore model to the carbonation cyclic reaction
Gemma Grasa;Ramón Murillo;Mónica Alonso;J. Carlos Abanades.
Aiche Journal (2009)
Reactivity of highly cycled particles of CaO in a carbonation/calcination loop
Gemma S. Grasa;J. Carlos Abanades;Mónica Alonso;Belén González.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2008)
Heat requirements in a calciner of CaCO3 integrated in a CO2 capture system using CaO
N. Rodriguez;M. Alonso;G. Grasa;J. Carlos Abanades.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2008)
Carbon dioxide capture from combustion flue gases with a calcium oxide chemical loop. Experimental results and process development
M. Alonso;N. Rodríguez;B. González;G. Grasa.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2010)
Modelling of a fluidized bed carbonator reactor to capture CO2 from a combustion flue gas
M. Alonso;N. Rodríguez;G. Grasa;J.C. Abanades.
Chemical Engineering Science (2009)
New CO2 capture process for hydrogen production combining Ca and Cu chemical loops.
J. C. Abanades;R. Murillo;J. R. Fernandez;G. Grasa.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Kinetics of Calcination of Partially Carbonated Particles in a Ca-Looping System for CO2 Capture
I. Martínez;G. Grasa;R. Murillo;B. Arias.
Energy & Fuels (2012)
Conceptual design of a hydrogen production process from natural gas with CO2 capture using a Ca–Cu chemical loop
J.R. Fernández;J.C. Abanades;R. Murillo;G. Grasa.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2012)
Post-combustion calcium looping process with a highly stable sorbent activity by recarbonation
Borja Arias;Gemma S. Grasa;Mónica Alonso;J. Carlos Abanades.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
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