Advanced Power Generation

Advanced Power Generation

The focus of this research is to accelerate the deployment of low cost, low CO2 emission power generation technologies. One, we are demonstrating exascale computing with V&V/UQ to predict performance in a novel 350 MWe oxy-fired boiler. Two, we are developing a simulation tool for an industrial entrained flow integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) gasifier with quantified uncertainty. Three, we are conducting experiments in chemical-looping combustion as a solution to CO2 capture.

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Philip Smith

V & V/UQ

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Eric Eddings

Combustion

 Engineering

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Kevin Whitty

Chemical Looping

Combustion

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Andrew Fry

IGCC Director

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Mission

The mission of ICSE is education through interdisciplinary research on high-temperature fuel utilization processes for energy generation, and associated environmental, health, policy, and performance issues.