Philip Loldrup Fosbøl

Philip Loldrup Fosbøl

Associate Professor

DTU CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

AT-CERE

Technical University of Denmark

Søltofts Plads

Building 229, room 212

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax +45 45 88 22 58
E-mail plf@kt.dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0003-1067-2348
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Keywords Carbon Dioxide CO2 | Carbon Capture and Storage | Energy Reduction | CO2 Corrosion | CCS | CO2 Transport | Biogas upgrading | Properties of Electrolytes | Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibrium | Flow sheet design, simulation, and optimisation | Biogas Cleaning

Participating as faculty at the Department of Chemical Engineering (KT - building 229) at CERE (Center for Energy Resources Engineering). Typical projects work involves CO2 also known as carbon dioxide.

 

Please have a look at the DTU Chemical Engineering job site for open PhD and Post Doc positions.

 

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CO2 is a greenhouse gas. There is a great need to reduce its presence, emission, and production. The use, storage, and transport of CO2 creates a number of interesting process challenges.  

My work entails:

  • CO2 absorption for emissions reduction. 
  • Energy optimal solvent based CO2 desorption in relation to reboiling in stripping or rectification
  • CO2 corrosion in energy production and transport in flow assurance
  • CO2 compression with impurities focus

This is performed in close contact to Kaj Thomsen, Nicolas von Solms, Georgios Kontogeorgis, Ida Fabricius, Alexander Shapiro, and Erling H. Stenby.

The research topics are mathematical models for

  • Process design, simulation, validation, and optimisation with respect to process flow sheets
  • Properties of salt solutions and aqueous electrolytes precipitation
  • Experimental method development and pilot facilities
  • Predictive thermodynamic models on a basis of the above

Laboratory measurements of

  • Thermodynamic equilibrium VLE, SLE, heat capacity, and heat of absorption by DSC
  • Physico-chemical properties like density, viscosity, surface tension etc.
  • Corrosion related issues like protective scales
  • Oil and gas reservoir core flooding enhanced oil recovery (EOR)

Industrial funded projects in collaboration with

  • DONG Energy
  • Vattenfall
  • Maersk Oil and Gas
  • Shell
  • Statoil
  • Novozymes
  • GASSNOVA
  • ENEL
  • E-On
  • RWE
  • CPKelco
  • NTNU, SINTEF, TNO, IFP, TUHH
  • Lioyds Register
  • DTI
  • GEO
  • GEUS
  • BWSC

Active participation in the formulation, creation, and fulfilment of the EU projects

  • CASTOR (as observer in colaboration with DONG)
  • EU FP7 CLEO/CESAR
  • EU FP7 iCap
  • EU FP7 OCTAVIUS