Max Biermann

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Energy Technology, Energy Technology 2

Max Biermann (M.Sc.) works with CO2 emission reduction in carbon-intensive process industry – predominantly iron & steel. He uses process simulation tools to study cost-efficient designs for CO2 absorption processes in order to facilitate (partial) carbon capture and storage. Carbon capture and storage is a necessary technology to meet the 2°C goal of the 2015 Paris Agreement (COP21). With the help of CCS Sweden even has the potential to become the first country with net-negative CO2 emissions. As a PhD student Max assists in the undergraduate course Thermodynamics and Energy Technology (MTF042).

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Showing 15 publications

2019

Operation of Carbon-Capture Integrated into Industrial Combined-Heat-and-Power Plants - Dependency on Hourly to Seasonal Load Changes

Guillermo Martinez Castilla, Max Biermann, Rubén Mocholí Montañés et al
GHGT-14
Paper in proceedings
2019

Excess heat-driven carbon capture at an integrated steel mill – Considerations for capture cost optimization

Max Biermann, Hassan Ali, Maria Sundqvist et al
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Vol. 91
Journal article
2019

Cost Efficient Partial CO2 Capture at an Integrated Iron and Steel Mill

Maria Sundqvist, Max Biermann, Hassan Ali et al
Paper in proceedings
2019

Integrating carbon capture into an industrial combined-heat-and-power plant: performance with hourly and seasonal load changes.

Guillermo Martinez Castilla, Max Biermann, Rubén Mocholí Montañés et al
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Vol. 82, p. 192-203
Journal article
2019

Webinar: The CO2stCap project and overall results

Ragnhild Skagestad, Max Biermann, Anette Mathisen et al
Other
2019

CO2stCap - Reducing the Cost of Carbon Capture in Process Industry

Fredrik Normann, Ragnhild Skagestad, Max Biermann et al
Report
2018

Chemical-Looping Combustion of Kerosene and Gaseous Fuels with a Natural and a Manufactured Mn–Fe-Based Oxygen Carrier

Patrick Moldenhauer, Ana Serrano Olivan, Francisco Garcia-Labiano et al
Energy & Fuels. Vol. 32 (8), p. 8803-8816
Journal article
2018

Partial Carbon Capture by Absorption Cycle for Reduced Specific Capture Cost

Max Biermann, Fredrik Normann, Filip Johnsson et al
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 57 (45), p. 15411-15422
Journal article
2018

Evaluation of low and high level integration options for carbon capture at an integrated iron and steel mill

Maria Sundqvist, Max Biermann, Fredrik Normann et al
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Vol. 77, p. 27-36
Journal article
2018

Evaluation of Steel Mills as Carbon Sinks

Max Biermann, Alberto Alamia, Fredrik Normann et al
Conference contribution
2017

CO2 Capture from Combustion of Biomass Volatiles with a Chemical-Looping Combustion Process

Patrick Moldenhauer, Max Biermann, Tobias Mattisson et al
EUBCE 2017 - 25th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, Stockholm, Sweden, June 12-15, 2017
Conference poster
2017

Oxygen carrier development of calcium manganite-based materials with perovskite structure for chemical looping combustion of methane

Patrick Moldenhauer, Peter Hallberg, Max Biermann et al
Proceedings of the 42nd International Technical Conference on Clean Energy, Clearwater, FL, USA, June 11-15, 2017, p. 12-
Conference contribution
2017

Chemical-looping combustion of solid fuel in a 100 kW unit using sintered manganese ore as oxygen carrier

Carl Johan Linderholm, Matthias Schmitz, Max Biermann et al
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Vol. 65, p. 170-181
Journal article

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