State of art (SOTA) report on dense ceramic membranes for oxygen separation from air

Inexpensive, large scale oxygen production is crucial to the development of the next generation of integrated carbon capture and sequestration power plants based on coal gasification or oxy-fuel coal combustion technologies. As an alternative to energy-intensive cryogenic distillation for large scale, high purity oxygen production, dense ceramic membranes made from doped perovskite materials are investigated for use in the next generation of integrated CCS power plants based on gasification or oxy-fuel combustion. This report reviews the current state of the art development from various technology vendors and industrial scale demonstration plants.
Organisation 
Australian National Low Emissions Coal Research & Development (ANLEC R&D)
Topics 
Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
Inexpensive, large scale oxygen production is crucial to the development of the next generation of integrated carbon capture and sequestration power plants based on coal gasification or oxy-fuel coal combustion technologies. As an alternative to energy-intensive cryogenic distillation for large scale, high purity oxygen production, dense ceramic membranes made from doped perovskite materials are investigated for use in the next generation of integrated CCS power plants based on gasification or oxy-fuel combustion. This report reviews the current state of the art development from various technology vendors and industrial scale demonstration plants.

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