Quantis is leading the environmental Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) assessment to evaluate the innovative SCARABEUS technology for CSP application with the objectives to (i) inform the key environmental performance indicator of the SCARABEUS technology development; (ii) to guide the development of the technology towards a more sustainable solution; (iii) to benchmark the SCARABEUS technology against […]
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During the last months, IET concentrated on design tasks according to work package 4, where pre-tests for the design of the air-cooled condenser (ACC) and the recuperator (printed circuit heat exchanger) are planned. Therefor several modifications of the test rig are necessary, see Figure 1: Figure 1: Modifications of test rig at IET. Grey: […]
The SCARABEUS team at University of Seville keeps growing. USE is very happy to welcome Pablo Rodríguez to support the optimization and integration tasks. Find some more information about him below and follow his activities through LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pablo-enrique-rodr%C3%ADguez-de-arriba-9088b91b7/ Pablo Rodríguez standing in front of a Ljungström turbine at the lab […]
The SCARABEUS concept relies on a recuperative cycle using supercritical carbon dioxide as working fluid. Being supercritical and in order to achieve high efficiency, very high pressures and temperatures are involved and a recuperator becomes mandatory. This is a device which can improve the thermodynamic cycle efficiency by cooling the sCO2 after its expansion and […]
Researchers from City pass milestone on the route to PhD This week two researchers from the SCARABEUS research team at City, University of London, successfully completed their transfer from MPhil to PhD. This milestone, which has been completed just over a year since beginning at City, marks the successful transition from registration as a […]
In the last Open Access paper published by UNIBS and POLIMI, a new methodology for the thermal stability test of CO2 blends have been developed and tested. The method proposed relies on the study of the thermodynamic behaviour of the working fluid from the variation of the van der Waals coefficients. The comparison of the […]
This Special Issue is comprised of a selection of technical papers dealing with various aspects of supercritical Carbon Dioxide technology for power generation. The publication is published by MDPI, with Prof. Jeong Ik Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea) and Prof. David Sánchez (University of Seville, Spain) serving as Guest Editors. University […]
With a few weeks of delay due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the tubes used to determine the heat transfer coefficient to design the Air-Cooled Condenser have successfully undergone hydrostatic testing at KELVION. They will soon be installed in the test rig at TUW.
The 4th European sCO2 Conference in 2021 focusses on supercritical carbon dioxide for energy systems. Scientists and researchers from academia and industry as well as end users are kindly invited to share and discuss the latest outcomes from their sCO2 related projects. Moreover, this conference is the perfect place to establish new initiatives and cooperations […]
The 2nd Progress Meeting of SCARABEUS, hosted by University of Seville (Spain) and due to take place on April 22nd and 23rd, was held on-line on the same dates. Due to the limitations brought about by COVID-19, the meeting could not be developed face-to-face, as planned, but the commitment and hard work of all partners […]