Simon Roussanaly
Simon Roussanaly
SINTEF Energy Research
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Membrane properties required for post-combustion CO2 capture at coal-fired power plants
S Roussanaly, R Anantharaman, K Lindqvist, H Zhai, E Rubin
Journal of Membrane Science 511, 250-264, 2016
722016
A techno-economic case study of CO2 capture, transport and storage chain from a cement plant in Norway
J Jakobsen, S Roussanaly, R Anantharaman
Journal of cleaner production 144, 523-539, 2017
632017
Benchmarking of CO2 transport technologies: Part II–Offshore pipeline and shipping to an offshore site
S Roussanaly, AL Brunsvold, ES Hognes
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 28, 283-299, 2014
552014
Benchmarking of CO2 transport technologies: Part I—Onshore pipeline and shipping between two onshore areas
S Roussanaly, JP Jakobsen, EH Hognes, AL Brunsvold
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 19, 584-594, 2013
482013
Costs benchmark of CO2 transport technologies for a group of various size industries
S Roussanaly, G Bureau-Cauchois, J Husebye
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 12, 341-350, 2013
442013
Techno economic evaluation of amine based CO2 capture: impact of CO2 concentration and steam supply
J Husebye, A Brunsvold, S Roussanaly, X Zhang
Elsevier, 2012
422012
Techno-economic evaluation of the effects of impurities on conditioning and transport of CO2 by pipeline
G Skaugen, S Roussanaly, J Jakobsen, A Brunsvold
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 54, 627-639, 2016
362016
The economic value of CO2 for EOR applications
S Roussanaly, AA Grimstad
Energy Procedia 63, 7836-7843, 2014
282014
Comparison of technologies for CO2 capture from cement production—Part 2: Cost analysis
SO Gardarsdottir, E De Lena, M Romano, S Roussanaly, M Voldsund, ...
Energies 12 (3), 542, 2019
272019
Cost-optimal CO2 capture ratio for membrane-based capture from different CO2 sources
S Roussanaly, R Anantharaman
Chemical Engineering Journal 327, 618-628, 2017
272017
Multi-stage membrane processes for CO2 capture from cement industry
K Lindqvist, S Roussanaly, R Anantharaman
242014
Comparison of technologies for CO2 capture from cement production—Part 1: Technical evaluation
M Voldsund, SO Gardarsdottir, E De Lena, JF Pérez-Calvo, A Jamali, ...
Energies 12 (3), 559, 2019
232019
Carbon chain analysis on a coal IGCC—CCS system with flexible multi-products
X Zhang, T Gundersen, S Roussanaly, AL Brunsvold, S Zhang
Fuel processing technology 108, 146-153, 2013
222013
Techno-economic performance of a hybrid membrane–liquefaction process for post-combustion CO2 capture
R Anantharaman, D Berstad, S Roussanaly
Energy Procedia 61, 1244-1247, 2014
212014
A standardized Approach to Multi-criteria Assessment of CCS Chains
JP Jakobsen, S Roussanaly, MJ Mřlnvik, G Tangen
Energy Procedia 37, 2765-2774, 2013
202013
Integrated techno-economic and environmental assessment of an amine-based capture
S Roussanaly, AL Brunsvold, ES Hognes, JP Jakobsen, X Zhang
Energy Procedia 37, 2453-2461, 2013
192013
Techno-economic analysis of MEA CO2 capture from a cement kiln–impact of steam supply scenario
S Roussanaly, C Fu, M Voldsund, R Anantharaman, M Spinelli, ...
Energy Procedia 114, 6229-6239, 2017
182017
Best practices and recent advances in CCS cost engineering and economic analysis
M van der Spek, S Roussanaly, ES Rubin
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 83, 91-104, 2019
172019
CO2 capture in natural gas production by adsorption processes
CA Grande, S Roussanaly, R Anantharaman, K Lindqvist, P Singh, ...
Energy Procedia 114, 2259-2264, 2017
172017
A systematic method for membrane CO2 capture modeling and analysis
S Roussanaly, K Lindqvist, R Anantharaman, J Jakobsen
Energy Procedia 63, 217-224, 2014
162014
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