Paul Inge Dahl
Paul Inge Dahl
Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
V2O5-Based Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Mg-Ion Batteries
Scaling-up of oxygen transport membranes for oxy-combustion
Pt catalyst supported on tin oxides by flame spray pyrolysis for PEM fuel cells
FLAME SPRAY PYROLYSIS OF NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS, Supported Pt cathode catalysts for PEM fuel cells
Enhanced O2 flux of CaTi0.85Fe0.15O3 – d based membranes by Mn doping
Regenerative copper–alumina H2S sorbent for hot gas cleaning through chemical swing adsorption
This article focuses on desulfurization, of hot syngas from gasification of solid fossil fuels, in the temperature range of 300–500 °C via copper-based adsorbents. The slip of H2S above the developed adsorbent materials for hot cleaning of syngas has been studied together with the regeneration mecha...
Optimal Particle Parameters for CLC and CLR Processes – Predictions by Intra-Particle Transport Models and Experimental Validation
Validated models for predicting oxidation and reduction kinetics of multi-component porous particles in chemical looping combustion (CLC) and chemical looping reforming (CLR) processes are of key importance to identify the rate limiting step in these processes. Since particle properties (i.e., their...
Hydrogen permeability of SrCe0.7Zr0.25Ln0.05O3−δ membranes (Ln=Tm and Yb)
Zr substituted acceptor doped SrCeO3 materials were synthesized by citric acid route and characterized by XRD and SEM. The hydrogen flux of the materials was measured as a function of temperature and hydrogen partial pressure on the feed side. The hydrogen permeability for SrCe0.7Zr0.25Tm0.05O3−δ an...
Doping strategies for increased oxygen permeability of CaTiO3 based membranes
Oxygen permeation measurements are performed on dense samples of CaTi0.85Fe0.15O3−δ, CaTi0.75Fe0.15Mg0.05O3−δ and CaTi0.75Fe0.15Mn0.10O3−δ in combination with density functional theory (DFT) calculations and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) in order to assess Mg and Mn as dopants for improving...