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
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
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
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
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
A survey of key technological innovations for the low-carbon economy
T Napp, T Hills, SM Soltani, J Bosch, C Mazur
Imperial College London, 2017
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
Halving global CO2 emissions by 2050: technologies and costs
L Vallejo, C Mazur, A Strapasson, T Cockerill, A Gambhir, T Hills, ...
International Energy Journal 21 (1), 147-158, 2021
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
Attitudes and Barriers to Deployment of CCS from Industrial Sources in the UK
T Napp, KS Sum, T Hills, PS Fennell
London: Imperial College, 2014
Applications of CCS in the Cement Industry
TP Hills, MG Sceats, PS Fennell
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
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