Results of a European interlaboratory comparison on CO2 sorption on coals and activated carbon

Abstract : For the assessment of CO2 storage in coal seams or enhanced coalbed methane production (ECBM), the sorption properties of natural coals are important parameters. Since more and more laboratories worldwide are concerned with measurements of gas sorption on coal it is indispensable to establish quality standards for such experiments. The first two interlaboratory studies on CO2 sorption on coal (Goodman et al. 2004, 2007) revealed a poor agreement of sorption isotherms among the participating laboratories, particularly in the high-pressure range. During the MOVECBM (http://www.movecbm.eu/) project funded by the European Commission (6th framework), an interlaboratory comparison of CO2 sorption on selected coals and activated carbon was initiated. Measurements were performed on dry samples at 45° C using the manometric and the gravimetric method. up to a final pressure of 15 MPa.
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Yves Gensterblum, Andreas Busch, Bernd Krooss, Guy de Weireld, Pierre Billemont, et al.. Results of a European interlaboratory comparison on CO2 sorption on coals and activated carbon. EGU General Assembly 2011, Apr 2011, Vienne, Austria. ⟨ineris-00970860⟩

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