Raman Spectroscopy for the On-Line Analysis of Oxidation States of Oxygen Carrier Particles Email Page
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Performer:  Washington State University Location:  Pullman, Washington
Project Duration:  10/01/2016 – 03/31/2019 Award Number:  FE0027840
Technology Area:  University Training and Research Total Award Value:  $400,000
Key Technology:  Sensors & Controls DOE Share:  $400,000
Performer Share:  $0

Raman setup
Raman setup

Project Description

This project will develop a sensor for on-line analysis of the oxidation state of oxygen carrier particles such as iron oxides, copper oxides, and calcium sulfates and demonstrate its feasibility, set up and test a time-gated Raman spectroscopy system in combination with a pressurized high-temperature sample chamber, and optimize operating parameters of the Raman spectroscopy system and measure the high-temperature spectra of oxygen carriers, and develop an analysis procedure, including statistical modeling and multivariate calibration, for the interpretation of the Raman spectra.

Project Benefits

Ability to utilize an on-line optical sensor system that is capable of providing the oxidation state of oxygen carriers such as iron oxides, copper oxides, calcium sulfates, etc. Knowing the oxidation states of the oxygen carriers will provide in-situ information that can be used to make required adjustments for the optimization of future power generation technologies such as chemical looping.

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Contact Information

Federal Project Manager Jessica Mullen: jessica.mullen@netl.doe.gov
Technology Manager Briggs White: briggs.white@netl.doe.gov
Principal Investigator Hergen Eilers: eilers@wsu.edu