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Conversion of CO2 in Atmospheric Plasma Sustained in a Surfaguide with Ultra-fast Microwave Pulsations

Soldatov, Sergey 1; Silberer, Lucas 1; Link, Guido 1; Navarrete, Alexander 2; Dittmeyer, Roland 2; Jelonnek, John 1
1 Institut für Hochleistungsimpuls- und Mikrowellentechnik (IHM), Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
2 Institut für Mikroverfahrenstechnik (IMVT), Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)

Abstract (englisch):

The increasing availability of renewable sources of electrical energy based on wind and solar power, paves the way for a gradual replacement of fossil fuels and the decarbonization of the industry. Yet, the intermittency of those sources necessitates the development of technologies capable of storing excess energy produced during one period for use it in another. Utilizing surplus electrical energy for synthesizing liquid fuels is the energy storage method with the largest storage capacities and longest storage times. as compared to other energy storage technologies such as flywheels, batteries, or compressed air storage. One of the most promising pathways is the endothermic reduction of carbon dioxide, captured from industrial exhausts, which also could help to mitigate the greenhouse effect on the earth.

Zugehörige Institution(en) am KIT Institut für Hochleistungsimpuls- und Mikrowellentechnik (IHM)
Institut für Mikroverfahrenstechnik (IMVT)
Publikationstyp Vortrag
Publikationsmonat/-jahr 09.2023
Sprache Englisch
Identifikator KITopen-ID: 1000162111
HGF-Programm 38.03.02 (POF IV, LK 01) Power-based Fuels and Chemicals
Veranstaltung 19th International Conference on Microwave and High-Frequency Applications (AMPERE 2023), Cardiff, Vereinigtes Königreich, 11.09.2023 – 14.09.2023
Schlagwörter CO2 conversion, microwave plasma, pulsed microwave, energy efficiency
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