High temperature corrosion and ash research
The High temperature corrosion research will during 2019 focus on increasing our knowledge about corrosion processes that today limits the production of green electricity and heat from combined heat and power boilers. A special focus will be on investigating the primary and secondary protection on stainless steels. This will be done by coupling well controlled laboratory exposures with advanced microscopy and thermo dynamical modelling. Furthermore, efforts will be made in order to strengthen the collaboration between HTC and Energy Technology, investigating potential field campaigns (focusing on combustion chemistry, ash- and corrosion related issues) in the newly upgraded Chalmers Kraftcentral. The persons involved from Chemistry will be Prof. Jan-Erik Svensson, Assoc. Prof. Jesper Liske and Assoc. Prof. Torbjörn Jonsson, Dr. Sedi Begdeli and Dr Loli Paz.
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Professor, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry 1
Head of Division
Material chemistry research is important for a sustainable society, e.g. for the development of new sustainable energy systems. In many cases the development of new, energy-saving and environmentally...
Doctor, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry
Researcher, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry
Dr. Torbjörn Jonsson is project leader at the division for inorganic environmental chemistry. His research is focused on high temperature corrosion. The aim is to prevent degradation of material at...
Associate Professor, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry
Dr. Jesper Liske is Associate Professor at the division for Energy & Materials. His research focuses on corrosion issues in biomass and waste fired boilers. The aim is to increase the knowledge of...
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