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Proceedings - Advanced Coal Processing Program Project Review Meeting

  • April 26, 2021

Welcome and Introduction
Angelos Kokkinos, U.S. Department of Energy

Advanced Coal Processing Program Overview
Joseph Stoffa, National Energy Technology Laboratory

NETL’s Intramural Research Program in Advanced Coal Processing
Christopher Matranga, National Energy Technology Laboratory

C4WARD: Coal Conversion for Carbon Fibers and Composites (FWP-FEAA155)
Edgar Lara-Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Coal to Carbon Fiber (C2CF) Continuous Processing for High Value Composites (FE0031796)
Matthew Weisenberger, University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy (CAER)

Experimental Validation and Continuous Testing of an On-Purpose High-Yield Pitch Synthesis Process for Producing Carbon Fiber from US Domestic Coal (FE0031801)
Charles Hill, Ramaco Carbon, LLC

Silicon Carbide (SIC) Foam for Molten Salt Containment in CSP-GEN3 Systems (SC0018678)
Dwayne Morgan, Touchstone Research Laboratory, Ltd.

Coal Core Composites for Low Cost, Light Weight, Fire Resistant Panels and Roofing Materials (SC0018794)
Walter Sherwood, Semplastics EHC LLC

  • April 27, 2021

Coal to Carbon Fiber Novel Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (SCO2) Solvated Process (FE0031800)
Chris Yurchick, Ramaco Carbon, LLC

Direct Utilization of U.S. Coal as Feedstock for the Manufacture of High-Value Coal Plastic Composites (FE0031809)
Jason Trembly, Ohio University

Conversion of Domestic US Coal into Exceedingly High-Quality Graphene (FE0031794)
James Tour, Rice University

Production of Carbon Nanomaterials and Sorbents from Domestic U.S. Coal (FE0031798)
Seyed Dastgheib, University of Illinois

Laboratory-Scale Coal-Derived Graphene Process (FE0031881)
Alexander Azenkeng, University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center (UNDEERC)

Coal as Value-Added for Lithium Battery Anodes (FE0031879)
Kyle Marcus, Semplastics EHC LLC

Conversion of Coal to Li-Ion Battery Grade (Potato) Graphite (FE0031797)
Michael Wagner, George Washington University

Efficient Process for the Production of High Conductivity, Carbon-Rich Materials from Coal (SC0018837)
Dorin Preda, Physical Sciences, Inc.

  • April 28, 2021

U.S. Coal to Conductive Inks (SC0018694)
James Hnat, Minus 100, LLC

A Novel Process for Converting Coal to High-Value Polyurethane Products (FE0031795)
Satya Chauhan, Battelle Memorial Institute

Sub-Pilot-Scale Production of High-Value Products from U.S. Coals (FE0031880)
Eric Eddings, University of Utah

The Novel Charfuel Coal Refining Process 18 Tpd Pilot Plant Project for Co-Producing an Upgraded Coal Product and Commercially Valuable Co-Products (FE0031708)
Lee Meyer, Carbon Fuels LLC

Pilot-Scale Testing of the Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Separation Process to Produce Value-Added Products from Waste Coals (FE0031711)
James Reyher, Minerals Refining Company, LLC