Thomas Peter Hills
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A review of the technologies, economics and policy instruments for decarbonising energy-intensive manufacturing industries
TA Napp, A Gambhir, TP Hills, N Florin, PS Fennell
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 30, 616-640, 2014
Carbon capture in the cement industry: technologies, progress, and retrofitting
T Hills, D Leeson, N Florin, P Fennell
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (1), 368-377, 2016
LEILAC: Low cost CO2 capture for the cement and lime industries
TP Hills, M Sceats, D Rennie, P Fennell
Energy Procedia 114, 6166-6170, 2017
Statistical analysis of the carbonation rate of concrete
TP Hills, F Gordon, NH Florin, PS Fennell
Cement and Concrete Research 72, 98-107, 2015
Decarbonising the cement sector: a bottom-up model for optimising carbon capture application in the UK
T Hills, N Florin, PS Fennell
Journal of cleaner production 139, 1351-1361, 2016
Integrating calcium looping CO2 capture with the manufacture of cement
C Dean, T Hills, N Florin, D Dugwell, PS Fennell
Energy Procedia 37, 7078-7090, 2013
Spouted bed reactor for kinetic measurements of reduction of Fe2O3 in a CO2/CO atmosphere Part I: Atmospheric pressure measurements and equipment commissioning
Z Zhang, TP Hills, SA Scott, PS Fennell
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 114, 307-320, 2016
CCS from industrial sources
PS Fennell, N Florin, T Napp, T Hills
Sustainable Technologies, Systems and Policies 2012 (2), 17, 2012
Energy consumption minimization for a solar lime calciner operating in a concentrated solar power plant for thermal energy storage
P Lisbona, M Bailera, T Hills, M Sceats, LI Díez, LM Romeo
Renewable Energy 156, 1019-1027, 2020
Phase evolution, characterisation, and performance of cement prepared in an oxy-fuel atmosphere
L Zheng, TP Hills, P Fennell
Faraday discussions 192, 113-124, 2016
Halving global CO2 by 2050: technologies and costs
N Shah, L Vallejo, T Cockerill, A Gambhir, A Heyes, T Hills, M Jennings, ...
Imperial College London, Executive Report. 28p. Retrieved from the World …, 2013
A survey of key technological innovations for the low-carbon economy
T Napp, T Hills, SM Soltani, J Bosch, C Mazur
Imperial College London: London, UK, 2017
Direct separation calcination technology for carbon capture: demonstrating a low cost solution for the lime and cement industries in the LEILAC project
P Hodgson, M Sceats, A Vincent, D Rennie, P Fennell, T Hills
14th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference Melbourne, 21-26, 2018
Attitudes and Barriers to Deployment of CCS from Industrial Sources in the UK
T Napp, KS Sum, T Hills, PS Fennell
Imperial College London, 2014
Halving global CO2 emissions by 2050: technologies and costs
L Vallejo, C Mazur, A Strapasson, T Cockerill, A Gambhir, T Hills, ...
Regional Energy Resources Information Center, 2020
CCS–A technology for now: general discussion
JSM Lee, G Rochelle, P Styring, P Fennell, G Wilson, M Trusler, P Clough, ...
Faraday Discussions 192, 125-151, 2016
Simulation of direct separation technology for carbon capture and storage in the cement industry
JG Driver, T Hills, P Hodgson, M Sceats, PS Fennell
Chemical Engineering Journal 449, 137721, 2022
Investigations of the use of spent sorbent from the Ca looping process in cement manufacture and investigation of long-term CO2 uptake in cement and concrete
TP Hills
Imperial College London, 2016
CCS–A technology for the future: general discussion
B Smit, R Graham, P Styring, J Yao, P Clough, JSM Lee, N MacDowell, ...
Faraday Discussions 192, 303-335, 2016
Applications of CCS in the Cement Industry
TP Hills, MG Sceats, PS Fennell
Carbon Capture and Storage, 315-352, 2019
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