Dual Pressure Level Methanation of Co‐SOEC Syngas

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Dual Pressure Level Methanation of Co‐SOEC Syngas. / Krammer, Andreas; Medved, Ana Roza; Peham, Martin; Wolf-Zöllner, Philipp; Salbrechter, Katrin; Lehner, Markus.

In: Energy Technology, Vol. 2020, 2000746 , 24.10.2020.

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title = "Dual Pressure Level Methanation of Co‐SOEC Syngas",
abstract = "The objective of this article is to demonstrate significant efficiency and performance improvements by simple process modifications of a power to gas plant consisting of high‐temperature coelectrolysis and catalytic methanation. For the advanced process design dual step methanation with two different pressure levels including intermediate compression is proposed, leading to several advantages. By experimental investigations on a lab‐scale methanation test plant higher turnovers (increase of up to 7.1 percentage points) and lower temperature peaks (decrease by up to 130 K) can be proven. Basic energy balance calculations reveal furthermore a reduction in compressor power by 42% for this proposed system.",
keywords = "CO Methanisierung, Co-SOEC Kopplung, Co-SOEC syngas methanisierung, Zwischenverdichtung",
author = "Andreas Krammer and Medved, {Ana Roza} and Martin Peham and Philipp Wolf-Z{\"o}llner and Katrin Salbrechter and Markus Lehner",
year = "2020",
month = oct,
day = "24",
language = "English",
volume = "2020",
journal = "Energy Technology",
issn = "2194-4288",
publisher = "Wiley-VCH ",

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T1 - Dual Pressure Level Methanation of Co‐SOEC Syngas

AU - Krammer, Andreas

AU - Medved, Ana Roza

AU - Peham, Martin

AU - Wolf-Zöllner, Philipp

AU - Salbrechter, Katrin

AU - Lehner, Markus

PY - 2020/10/24

Y1 - 2020/10/24

N2 - The objective of this article is to demonstrate significant efficiency and performance improvements by simple process modifications of a power to gas plant consisting of high‐temperature coelectrolysis and catalytic methanation. For the advanced process design dual step methanation with two different pressure levels including intermediate compression is proposed, leading to several advantages. By experimental investigations on a lab‐scale methanation test plant higher turnovers (increase of up to 7.1 percentage points) and lower temperature peaks (decrease by up to 130 K) can be proven. Basic energy balance calculations reveal furthermore a reduction in compressor power by 42% for this proposed system.

AB - The objective of this article is to demonstrate significant efficiency and performance improvements by simple process modifications of a power to gas plant consisting of high‐temperature coelectrolysis and catalytic methanation. For the advanced process design dual step methanation with two different pressure levels including intermediate compression is proposed, leading to several advantages. By experimental investigations on a lab‐scale methanation test plant higher turnovers (increase of up to 7.1 percentage points) and lower temperature peaks (decrease by up to 130 K) can be proven. Basic energy balance calculations reveal furthermore a reduction in compressor power by 42% for this proposed system.

KW - CO Methanisierung

KW - Co-SOEC Kopplung

KW - Co-SOEC syngas methanisierung

KW - Zwischenverdichtung

M3 - Article

VL - 2020

JO - Energy Technology

JF - Energy Technology

SN - 2194-4288

M1 - 2000746

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