Matteo Carmelo Romano mostly deals with Waste management, Process engineering, Power station, Natural gas and Chemical looping combustion. His Waste management research includes elements of Integrated gasification combined cycle, Syngas and Combined cycle. He interconnects Nuclear engineering and Packed bed in the investigation of issues within Syngas.
In his research, Post-combustion capture is intimately related to Efficient energy use, which falls under the overarching field of Process engineering. His research in Power station intersects with topics in Base load power plant, Process integration, Intermittent energy source and Coal gasification. The study incorporates disciplines such as Heat recovery ventilation and Steam reforming in addition to Natural gas.
Process engineering, Waste management, Power station, Chemical looping combustion and Integrated gasification combined cycle are his primary areas of study. His Process engineering study incorporates themes from Electricity generation, Electricity and Natural gas. The Waste management study combines topics in areas such as Combined cycle, Rankine cycle and Syngas.
His Power station research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental engineering, Cost of electricity by source and Capital cost. His Chemical looping combustion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nuclear engineering and Packed bed, Chemical engineering. His Integrated gasification combined cycle study combines topics in areas such as Fuel gas, Flue-gas desulfurization, Plant efficiency, Staged combustion cycle and Turbine.
His primary areas of study are Process engineering, Calcium looping, Cement, Power station and Electricity. His Process engineering research includes themes of Electricity generation, Chemical looping combustion and Swing. His Chemical looping combustion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Integrated gasification combined cycle and Packed bed.
His work carried out in the field of Cement brings together such families of science as Waste management, Kiln, Rotary kiln and Fluidized bed combustion. His Waste management research is mostly focused on the topic Flue gas. His Power station research incorporates elements of Natural gas, Coal and Capital cost.
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Power-to-gas plants and gas turbines for improved wind energy dispatchability: Energy and economic assessment
Giulio Guandalini;Stefano Campanari;Matteo Carmelo Romano.
Applied Energy (2015)
Three-reactors chemical looping process for hydrogen production
Paolo Chiesa;Giovanni Lozza;Alberto Malandrino;Matteo Romano.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2008)
Binary ORC (Organic Rankine Cycles) power plants for the exploitation of medium–low temperature geothermal sources – Part B: Techno-economic optimization
Marco Astolfi;Matteo Carmelo Romano;Paola Angela Bombarda;Ennio Macchi.
Technical and economical analysis of a solar–geothermal hybrid plant based on an Organic Rankine Cycle
Marco Astolfi;Luca Giancarlo Xodo;Matteo Carmelo Romano;Ennio Macchi.
Modeling the carbonator of a Ca-looping process for CO2 capture from power plant flue gas
Matteo C. Romano.
Chemical Engineering Science (2012)
Thermodynamic analysis of air-blown gasification for IGCC applications
Antonio Giuffrida;Matteo C. Romano;Giovanni Lozza.
Applied Energy (2011)
Techno-economic assessment of membrane assisted fluidized bed reactors for pure H2 production with CO2 capture
V Vincenzo Spallina;D Pandolfo;A Alessandro Battistella;MC Romano.
Energy Conversion and Management (2016)
Thermodynamic assessment of IGCC power plants with hot fuel gas desulfurization
Antonio Giuffrida;Matteo C. Romano;Giovanni G. Lozza.
Applied Energy (2010)
Review and research needs of Ca-Looping systems modelling for post-combustion CO2 capture applications
Isabel Martinez;Gemma Grasa;Jarno Parkkinen;Tero Tynjälä.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2016)
Process design of a hydrogen production plant from natural gas with CO2 capture based on a novel Ca/Cu chemical loop
I. Martínez;M.C. Romano;J.R. Fernández;P. Chiesa.
Applied Energy (2014)
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