Background and activities
I am currently PhD candidate at NTNU. My research area contains a wide range of topics from biogas production to thermodynamic model development. I am already working on liquefied biomethane production including process modeling and process optimization. I will extend my models to a mixture of biogas and hydrogen to evaluate potential fuels. Meanwhile I will develop a thermodynamic model for such mixture that can handle low temperature processes and two phase flows.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2019) Cryogenic vs. absorption biogas upgrading in liquefied biomethane production – An energy efficiency analysis. Fuel. vol. 245.
- (2018) Liquefied Biomethane as an Alternative Transportation Fuel. 12th ECCRIA (The European Conference on Fuel and Energy Research and its Applications) . Organised by the Fuel and Energy Research Forum www.tferf.or; Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK. 2018-09-05 - 2018-09-07.