Process Systems Design and Implementation Laboratory mainly targets focused research and industrial projects in the area of modeling, design, optimization and control of chemical and energy conversion processes. LPSDI has developed expertise in the design, construction and automation of chemical and power production pilot plants through numerous industrial projects.
PSDI laboratory is a key laboratory of the Chemical Process Engineering and Energy Resources Institute (CPERI) which is part of the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) located in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Areas of Research & Development
PSDI laboratory has developed state-of-the art technology in the areas:
Modeling, design and optimization of complex systems (power generation systems, renewable energy systems)
On these fields, PSDI has successfully participated and contributed in numerous competitive European and National research projects and has developed a unique infrastructure. The existence of several pilot plants in PSDI serves as the basis towards the identification and validation of the most significant research results.
PSDI has participated in numerous competitive European and national research projects and has developed unique infrastructure, at European level, and technology in the following areas.
PSDI is supported by competitive personnel of 30 employees including researchers, graduate students, control engineers, technicians and collaborative faculty members. Its infrastructure comprises of 8 pilot plant units (methanol, syngas, hydroprocessing, PEM) and 1 demonstration unit, a 230m2 machine shop and calibration room, and informatics infrastructure including 15 servers (firewall protected).
Principal Researcher, Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498354
Principal Researcher, Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498363
Research Director, Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498317, (+30) 2310 498111
Collaborating Faculty Members
Professor, Chemical Engineering Dept, DUTH
Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, AUTH
Professor, Mechanical Engineering Dept, UOWM
(+30) 2310 498120
Professor, Mechanical Engineering Dept., IHU
Professor, Industrial Engineering and Management Dept., IHU
(+30) 2310 498319
Professor, Mechanical Engineering Dept., AUTH
(+30) 2310 498169
Professor, Industrial Engineering and Management Dept., IHU
(+30) 2310 498309
Professor, Chemical Engineering Dept., AUTH
(+30) 2310 996165
Associate Professor, Chemistry Dept., AUTH
(+30) 2310 498304
Professor, Industrial Engineering and Management Dept., DUTH
Professor, Industrial Engineering and Management Dept., IHU
(+30) 2310 498366
(+30) 2310 498323
(+30) 2310 498336
Farmaki Maria Eleftheria
(+30) 2310 498378
(+30) 2310 498333
(+30) 2310 498335
(+30) 2310 498360
Industrial Informatics Engineer
(+30) 2310 498303
(+30) 2310 498298
(+30) 2310 498366
(+30) 2310 498362
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Mathematician, Automation Engineer, MSc
(+30) 2310 498298
Collaborating Researchers / PhD
Mechanical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498378
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498137
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498146
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498358
Chemical Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498252
Computer and Control Engineer, PhD
(+30) 2310 498316
Administrative And Technical Staff
(+30) 2310 498299
Pilot Plants and Demonstration Units
Synthesis Gas Production Unit (SYNGAS)
The synthesis gas production unit was designed and manufactured within PSDI, aiming to convert natural gas, hydrocarbon gases and oxygenated liquids to synthesis gas. The SYNGAS unit consists of a fixed bed and a spouted bed reactor which may operate in parallel or individually. The SYNGAS unit is a fully-automated unit.
Methanol Reforming Unit
The goal of this unit is the power production of 10 kW, using autothermal reforming steam reforming of methanol and utilizing the produced hydrogen in PEM fuel cells. The steam reforming of methanol is considered a superior methodology over the other two alternatives (partial methanol oxidation and methanol reforming), as it is a combination of the other two. The proposed methodology causes less catalyst sintering and does not require additional reactor heating.
Hydroprocessing unit (HDS)
A large pilot-scale hydroprocessing unit has been used for a variety of projects including hydrotreatment catalyst evaluation, hydrotreating and hydrocracking of heavy refinery streams, hydrocracking of Fischer-Tropsch wax, etc. It consists of two fixed bed reactors in series (D=2.8cm, L=48 cm), and is fully automated. It has capacity of ~14 lit/day processing feedstock and combines all the sections of an industrial scale hydroprocessing unit.
Regenerative PEM Fuel Cell
This unit consists of an integrated system for the operation and study of operating parameters of a regenerative PEM fuel cell (RPEMFC) system. It consists of a of PEM fuel cells’ cluster and an electrolytic assembly of PEM type for the production of hydrogen and oxygen, an integrated flow control and electrical control system of the cluster. The unit is equipped with the necessary automation to allow continuous operation for extended periods of time. The unit is at the final stage of its construction.
This includes two autonomous units. The first one involves production of membrane electrode assemblies for PEM, and it consists of a press which can operate up to 300o C. The second one is a spray printing device for catalyst deposition in the form of electrodes.
This unit enables the study of the aforementioned electro-catalytic processes and the electrochemical characterization of the solid electrolyte catalyst. The unit includes an intergraded flow control system, a gas chromatograph, a potentionstat/galvanostat and a high temperature furnace.
Stand alone power system based on solar and wind energy with hydrogen
PSDI has developed a stand alone power system which is based on solar and wind energy in order to produce hydrogen. The 10 kWp power system includes an energy storage facility which enables the autonomous power production throughout the year. This power system is part of an ongoing collaboration with a private company in Xanthi, Greece.
Machine Shop and Calibration Room
This Machine Shop includes all necessary machinery infrastructure to support the construction and maintenance of the laboratory pilot plants. The machine shop includes mechanical and electrical equipment for supporting the laboratory needs.
PSDI is further equipped with specialized infrastructure which enables the calibration of instrumentation equipment including pressure transmitters, temperature transmitters, mass flowmeters.
The PSDI employs and also develops informatics tools in order to support the needs of the affiliated laboratories and to provide third-party services. These tools include:
- Informatics infrastructure for providing various services via internet
- Infrastructure for remote monitoring and data safety via internet
- Laboratory Information Management System, (LIMS)
- Process Information Management System, (PIMS)
- Control and data management system of pilot plant units
Other facilities within CPERI
PSDI works closely with other laboratories of CPERI which provide additional services that support the research programs PSDI is involved with. Within CPERI there is a modern and fully equipped analytical laboratory involved in fuel quality control (analyses on crude oil, petroleum fractions, products and lubricants) as well as quality control of hydrocarbon gaseous mixtures. Furthermore PSDI collaborates with another independent laboratory which allows detailed physical, chemical and morphological characterization of materials.
Current Research Projects
|Novel modular stack design for high PREssure PEM water elecTrolyZer tEchnoLogy with wide operation range and reduced cost (PRETZEL)||2018-2021|
|Development of new electrode materials and understanding of degradation mechanisms on Solid Oxide High Temperature Electrolysis Cells (SElySOs)||2015-2019|
|Scale up of Electrochemically Promoted Catalytic Hydrogenation of CO2 forfuel production (CO2 TO FUELS)||2018-2021|
|Optimization of Sea Water Electrodialysis for “Athomer” Nasal Spray Production (OPTATHOMER)||2018-2021|
|Future Lithium-ion technology: Development of advanced materials & Lithium-ion cells of space batteries||2017-2019|
|Innovative High Energy Density Li-ion batteries operating at low temperature (HELT-Bat)||2018-2020|
|Development of a closed loop regenerative high temperature PEM fuel cell system||2014-2019|
|Regenerative fuel cells for Mars exploration||2013-2018|
|Systematic Design and Testing of Advanced Rotating Packed Bed Processes and Phase-Change Solvents for Intensified Post-Combustion CO2 Capture||2016-2019|
|Enhancing Programmability and boosting Performance Portability for Exascale Computing Systems||2018-2021|
|Systematic Design and Techno-Economic Evaluation of Advanced Heat-to-Cooling Systems for Upgrading the Qatari Cooling Infrastructure (COOLUP)||2018-2021|
Process Systems Design & Implementation (PSDI) has many years of experience designing and constructing bench and pilot plant scale units for various sectors of the chemical process industry. Specifically, our laboratory has wide experience in fluid and fixed-bed catalytic pilot plants and also gives cost effective, customized services for every application.
For every phase of a pilot plant construction, PSDI has highly skilled, experienced and trained staff (process, electrical, automation engineers and technicians) to provide improved control and automation and ensure safe and optimal operation of the unit.
PSDI offers the following services on this field:
- Design and detailed engineering for each application
- Mechanical and electrical construction of new pilot plant units
- Testing and operation of new pilot plants
- Modifications of existing units
- Upgrades and scale-up of existing pilot plants and control systems
- Systems integration in new and existing units
- Start-up of new pilot plants and set up of the operating procedures
- Safety management and troubleshooting in pilot plants operation
- Consulting in new applications and pilot plant unit set-ups.
Once a new pilot plant construction project has been under taken, a basic engineering phase is being assessed where all the project objectives are set and studied in a preliminary level. This phase is followed by a detailed engineering phasewhere all aspects in terms of system implementation (process and instrumentation design, bill of materials, electrical schematics, reactor design, frame and site layout, control and software configuration etc) are considered thoroughly.
The two phases provide input to the construction phase and their results are utilized for equipment procurement, mechanical and electrical set-up of the unit and final systems integration. Ultimately, a complete set of functional and control tests are provided as part of the commissioning phase. Consulting services related to the system and unit design, during the whole project, as well as after-sales support can be offered upon client’s request.
HDS is a large pilot-scale, fully automated hydroprocessing unit with a maximum capacity of ~14 lit/ day processing feedstock.
This unit has been used for a variety of projects:
- Hydrodesulfurization of fuel fractions, from naptha to heavy residues
- Hydrotreatment catalysts evaluation
- Hydrocracking of Fischer-Tropsch wax
- Hydrotreatment of various petroleum fractions for removal of nitrogen, aromatics, olefins
- Hydrocracking of waste cooking and vegetable oils
- Determination of optimum operating conditions for hydrotreating processes.
The synthesis gas production unit was designed and manufactured in CPERI, aiming to convert natural gas, hydrocarbon gases and oxygenated liquids to synthesis gas.
This unit is also fully automated and has been used for:
- Steam reforming of methane and bio-oil
- Autothermal steam reforming of methanol
- Partial oxidation of aqueous mixtures of hydrocarbons
- Evaluation of commercial and new reforming catalysts
Performance evaluation and Long-term testing of Fuel Cell and Electrolysis units
PSDI offers a range of testing facilities for various fuel cell applications both for low (polymer exchange membrane fuel cells, PEM-FCs) and high (solid oxide fuel cells, SOFCs) temperatures. Testing includes complete performance evaluation of fuel cells, single cells or stacks, under customer’s set conditions as well as stability assessment following standard accelerated stress test protocols.
Three test benches are available for:
(b) SOFC and
(c) Regenerative PEM fuel cell/electrolyser testing
The test benches can handle single cells or stacks in a power range between few W and approximately 3 kW.
All test benches integrate comprehensive solutions for reliable and precise temperature, humidity and flow rate control. They incorporate fully programmed electronic loads in order to simulate a wide range of potential fuel cell applications. All critical test inputs and outputs are automatically monitored and recorded through a PIMS data collection system. Beyond the on-line and continuous data recording, remote live view and control of the test benches operation is available through web log-in in the PIMS data collection system.
In addition to the standard systems for PEM-FCs and SOFCs, the test benches can accommodate electrolyser single cells or stacks. The regenerative PEM fuel cell/electrolyser test bench comprises all necessary instrumentation for efficient control, continuous operation and collection of data for a period of months of conventional and/or regenerative fuel cell systems. It can operate under high pressure, closed-loop system configuration with remote monitoring and surveillance.
The standard system specifications of the three fuel cell test benches are summarized below:
- PEM fuel cell and electrolyser test bench
- Low or high temperature single PEM cell or stack, up to 1kW
- High temperature test bench for SOFC button cells
- Temperatures up to 1100 °C, complete electrochemical characterization, conductivity measurements, on-line gas analysis, multi fuels and gases H2, HC, CO, CO2, H2O, etc.
- Regenerative PEM fuel cell/electrolyser test bench
- Power up to 3kW, closed-loop, pressurized operation, H2- O2 gas storage, automatic unattended operation, PIMS server-operating control and data acquisition system, remote live view.
PSDI provides a wide range of control and monitoring solutions for the process industry including, data acquisition systems using network or local data transmission (e.g. NI Fieldpoint, Beckhoff, Advantech), industrial software development ( Device drivers and OPC-based servers e.g. Matrikon, NI Labview), PLC based systems for small size and safety handling projects (e.g. IFM electronics, Beckhoff, Siemens), embedded PC solutions, Human machine interfaces (HMI) from various data acquisition sources, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems (e.g. GE Proficy iFIX) and Distributed Control Systems (DCS) (e.g. Emersson DeltaV). Each project is treated separately and has process specific automation features.
PSDI has developed a unique and scale-specific methodology for the development of integrated automation and control systems and through its experience can provide expert services related to small or large scale projects:
- Development of automation systems (analysis, design, construction and process integration) using a modular assembly approach
- Development of on-demand dedicated software interfaces to connect a multitude of products and devices (enable OPC communication and data sharing)
- Design and implementation of industrial network infrastructures (including state of the art industrial protocols such as EtherCat, CanBUS, ProfiBus etc.)
- Integration services of heterogeneous systems starting from the I/O field to the enterprise level, including LIMS and data archiving servers
- Upgrade of control systems (redesign and retrofit) of existing process units
- On-site support and training of customer’s personnel
The automation solutions are designed to assist our customers to gain the most out of their processes and to ensure that their plants are designed and constructed as efficiently and cost effectively as possible. The resulting automation and control systems are designed with data and network security considerations. PSDI’s automation solutions are easy to maintain and are delivered with a thorough documentation package.
The automation solutions are designed to assist our customers to gain the most out of their processes and to ensure that their plants are designed and constructed as efficiently and cost effectively as possible. The resulting automation and control systems are designed with data and network security considerations. PSDI’s automation solutions are easy to maintain and are delivered with a thorough documentation package.
PSDI’s experienced personnel can provide Process Information Management Systems (PIMS) that can organize and optimize the management of process data.
Based on state of the art data exploitation operation the developed PIMS can:
- Collect and analyze data from a multitude of sources and convert real time data and events into useful information
- Organize and quickly locate data for business decision optimization
- Represent visualized information provide a comprehensive view of the operational information with intuitive visual interfaces
- Perform condition based maintenance, reduce equipment downtime
- Facilitate accurate knowledge transfer by centralizing information into a single system
- Identify ways to optimize production and maximize yields with existing resources
PSDI designs and develops a wide range of monitoring solutions that enable the remote supervision of process systems. PSDI has the knowledge and the ability to design web-based solutions that:
- Integrate on-line and process-based systems with plant-wide connectivity, analysis and web-based visualization components
- Provide a common web client and reporting environment, user friendly with maximum security and redundancy
- Apply sophisticated trending, graphical presentation and statistical analysis to the on-line data
- PSDI is using platforms and tools from a variety of companies (OSISoft, General Electrics, Emerson) according to the project needs in order to result to an optimum and efficient solution
PSDI develops computer-aided technologies and tools aiming to provide venues for innovation through highly performing, practical and immediately applicable solutions in the areas of process and energy conversion systems:
MODELING AND SIMULATION
This activity involves modeling of complex static and dynamic process systems to predict process behaviour under nominal operating conditions. The models include distribution of properties in multiple dimensions (time, space and structure). Furthermore, mathematical methods are researched and developed for process model reduction to enable their use in real-time applications (control, optimization). These principles have been successfully applied in hybrid renewable power generation systems with hydrogen storage.
MATERIALS SYNTHESIS AND DESIGN
This activity involves the development of novel materials using Computer-Aided Molecular Synthesis and Design (CAMD) technologies. The developed tools enable the systematic investigation of millions of innovative pure or blended molecules that can be used as intermediate products in separation, reactive separation and power generation applications. The employed technologies facilitate the fast (few minutes), cost-efficient, automated and accurate identification of materials with desired features.
OPTIMAL DESIGN THROUGH INTEGRATION OVER DIFFERENT MODELING AND TEMPORAL SCALES
This is a horizontal activity supporting efficient decision making between different modeling and temporal scales; from the design and selection of efficient materials to the development of complex process and energy conversion flowsheets. Research focuses on the development of methods to systematically convey the effects of molecular phenomena across industrially relevant scales and levels (unit operations, process flowsheets etc.).
PSDI can provide scale-specific engineering solutions using Model Based Control (MPC) and other advanced control strategies for the process industry. The development of advanced model-based controllers covers a broad variety of processes such as fuel processors for hydrogen production, renewable energy and fuel cell systems. PSDI’s APC platform provides all the necessary tools to reach the desired product specifications taking into consideration safety and product requirements.
- Model-based engineering approach that considers process dynamics and accelerates the development of accurate single variable or multi variable controllers
- Handling of input and output plant constraints based on specific process variables
- Consider the complex interactions between different subsystems of a process including various variables
- Integrating of powerful and robust optimization algorithms for the decision making process related to the manipulated variables, able to set priorities and weights for every objective
- Disturbance rejection due to the predictive nature of the controllers that compensates processes variations
- User friendly environment that provides an interface to the tuning parameters of the MPC algorithm ensuring flexible behaviour.
The online APC platform runs on a computer based system according to the customer’s needs and requests. It can be integrated to a variety of industrial automation systems using OPC communication. Furthermore the APC platform has the ability to share data with the process information systems of the customer including data archiving servers or any OPC enabled system.
PSDI can provide reliable services on the field of integrating Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and development of hydrogen infrastructures. We offer analysis and advice on how to optimally exploit renewable energy to achieve long term energy security, energy savings and increase sustainability.
PSDI’s experienced personnel can provide a range of services including:
- Project consultancy including cost estimation, feasibility studies, pre-engineering design, project specifications, energy system sizing, selection and integration
- Analysis, design and construction of autonomous power generation stations using RES
- Implementation of hydrogen production and storage infrastructures (from the design to the commissioning stage)
- Extension or upgrade of existing facilities that already utilize RES to increase their capacities or incorporate hydrogen production and storage
- Development of remote monitoring applications for unattended long term operation
PSDI can deliver a range of turnkey solutions for power generation and hydrogen production by integrating renewable energy sources (wind generators and photovoltaic arrays):
- Small scale modular demonstration systems
- Backup power units (with fuel cell option)
- Automated fuel cell systems for small stationary applications
- Hydrogen production station through water electrolysis and long-term hydrogen storage with on site water purification
- Stand alone or grid connected power generation stations
The delivered products are fully automated and equipped with remote management capabilities, including web supervision, on demand data reporting and alarm monitoring. The foundation of each individual project is structured towards optimum operation and minimum maintenance strategies resulting in efficient solutions that deliver long term operational benefits.
Many industrial processes proceed through electrochemical oxidation and reduction reactions and, thus, several properties of materials involve the flow of electrons (current) which can be measured and controlled electronically. Therefore, controlled electrochemical experimental methods can be used to characterize the electrochemical properties of metals and metal components in combination with various electrolyte solutions.
A typical example is the corrosion characteristics, unique to each metal/solution system, since electrons are released by the metal (oxidation) and gained by elements (reduction) in the corroding solution. Corrosion represents about 30% of the causes of component failures in engineering applications. Electrochemical methods are used for comparison of raw materials (screening) for corrosion characteristics.
The typical analytical information which can be derived includes:
- Qualitative and quantitative characterization of corrosion (corrosion rate, corrosive attack, localized corrosion, passivation behaviour, anodic and cathodic protection)
- Estimation of service life (metals, alloys, coatings etc.)
Other applications include fast and efficient screenings of materials (electrocatalysts and electrolytes) for fuel cells, electrolysers, sensors and batteries.
PSDI offers a wide range of advanced equipment and tools for electrochemical characterisations of materials and systems. Electrochemical techniques including electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), cyclic voltammetry and stationary current-voltage, current-power output can be used in electrochemical testing rigs for the investigation and deeper understanding of the electrochemical processes taking place on electrocatalyst surfaces as well as at the electrode/electrolyte interfaces, and the ageing mechanisms of the materials. Electrochemical characterisations may be supported by several analytical characterization techniques, available at CPERI/CERTH. Electrochemical test rigs can accommodate custom materials sizes and shapes in a wide range of temperatures (from room temperature up to 1200o C) for the investigation of both liquid and solid state electrochemical systems.
Electrochemical methods are associated with materials selection, degradation mechanisms, and failure analysis in a range of industries, including construction, marine, manufacturing, chemical and petrochemical, power generation, coatings and electronics.
Laboratory facilities related to electrochemical testing and evaluation include:
- Cyclic Voltammetry (CV)
- Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)
- Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)
- Chronoamperometry (CA)
- Chronocoulometry (CC)
- Linear Polarization Resistance (LPR) monitoring
- Conductivity measurements (2-point, 4-point).
For the competitive research projects PSDI is in close co-operation with many research institutes and industries
- Systems Sunlight S.A.
- CAO Hellas, Greece
- CSolutions Ltd
- APS SA
- ONEX Hellenic SA
- HELBIO SA
- HELPE – Renewables
- Advanced Energy
- Technologies S.A
- GLONATECH S.A
- Mantis Deposition LTD
- Thales Alenia Space
- NuVant Systems
- Sodruzhestvo Ltd, Ukraine
- CMR Prototech
- Process Innovativi (PI)
- European Space Agency (ESA)
- PROMTRAK, Russia
- Firth Executive Ltd, U.K.
- Process Systems Enterprise Ltd, U.K.
- Ε VECO Brno , Czech Republic
- Hydrogenics, Germany
- Phosphoric Fertilizers Industry S.A
- Tropical S.A.
- Frigoglass S.Α.
- Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki – Department of Automation
- University of Patras – Chemical Engineering Department
- Democritus University of Athens (NTUA)
- National and Kapodistrian University of Athens – Chemistry Department
- Politecnico di Torino, Italy
- Imperial College London, Department of Chemical Engineering, U.K.
- Fraunhofer Institute, Germany
- University of Salerno, University, Italy
- University Claude Bernard Lyon, France
- Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
- Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC), Spain
- Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France
- Technische Universitat Clausthal, Germany
- Institute of Electrochemistry and Energy Systems, Bulgaria
- Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
- KIT, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – Institute for Micro Process Engineering, Germany
- University of Roma (La Sapienza), Italy
- Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland
- University of Manchester – Dept of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Sciences, U.K.
- Dortmund University – Chair of Fluid Separations, Germany
- Technical University of Brno , Institute of Process Equipment, Czech Republic
- Delft University of Technology – Natural Sciences Department, Postgraduate program of planning systems, Holland
- Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology, Governmentals Department, Russia
- St Petersburg University of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, Russia
- IREA , Institute of Chemistry of pure substances, Russia
- South Kazakhstan State University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kazakhstan
- University of Loughborough – Centre for Renewable Energy Systems and Technology (CREST)
- Department of Energy, Power Engineering and Environment, University of Zagreb, Croatia
- Jingjing Wang, Tengpeng Wang, Libo Yu, Tao Wei, Xun Hu, Zhengmao Ye, Zhi Wang, C.E. Buckley, Jianfeng Yao, George E. Marnellos, Dehua Dong, “Catalytic CeO2 washcoat over microchanneled supporting cathodes of solid oxide electrolysis cells for efficient and stable CO2 reduction”, Journal of Power Sources, 412, 344-349 (2019)
- Tz. Kraia, N. Kaklidis, M. Konsolakis, G.E. Marnellos. “Hydrogen production by H2S decomposition over ceria supported transition metal (Co, Ni, Fe and Cu) catalysts”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 44(20), 9753-9762 (2019)
- N. Kaklidis, R. Strandbakke, A. Arenillas, J.A. Menendez, M. Konsolakis, G.E. Marnellos. “The synergistic catalyst-carbonates effect on the direct bituminous coal fuel cell performance”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 44(20), 10033-10042 (2019)
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- Georgios P. Georgiadis, Apostolos P. Elekidis and Michael C. Georgiadis. "Optimization-Based Scheduling for the Process Industries: From Theory to Real-Life Industrial Applications", Processes, 2019, 7(7), 438, DOI:10.3390/pr7070438
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- D. Gkouletsos, A.I. Papadopoulos*, P. Seferlis, I. Hassan (2019) "Systematic modeling under uncertainty of single, double and triple effect absorption refrigeration processes", Energy, 183, 262-278
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- F. Tzirakis, I. Tsivintzelis, A. I. Papadopoulos, P. Seferlis (2019) "Experimental measurement and assessment of equilibrium behavior for phase change solvents used in CO2 capture", Chemical Engineering Science, 199, 20-27
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- G. Shavalieva, S. Papadokonstantakis, P. Kazepidis, A. I. Papadopoulos, P. Seferlis (2019) "Sustainability analysis of phase-change solvent processes", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 76, 1045-1050
- D. Giaouris, A. I. Papadopoulos, C. Patsios, S. Walker, C. Ziogou, P. Taylor, S. Voutetakis, S. Papadopoulou, P. Seferlis (2018) "A systems approach for management of microgrids considering multiple energy carriers, stochastic loads, forecasting and demand side response", Applied Energy, 226, 546-559
- Elbashir, N.O., Chatla, A., Lemonidou, A., Spivey, J.J., “Reaction Engineering & Catalysis Issue in Honor of Professor Dragomir Bukur: Introduction and Review”, Catalysis Today, Article in Press, 2019
- A Kafetzis, C Ziogou, KD Panopoulos, S Papadopoulou, P Seferlis, "Flexible and Scalable Energy Management of Islanded Renewable Energy Sources Storage Systems", (2019) Chemical Engineering Transactions 76, 613-618
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- E Karasavvas, KD Panopoulos, S Papadopoulou, S Voutetakis, "Study of a Drop− Tube Carbonator Reactor for CSP− Calcium Looping Based on a Heterogeneous Reaction Model", 2019 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 76
- C Galatsopoulos, S Papadopoulou, C Ziogou, D Trigkas, "Optimal Planning for Introducing Hydrogen Systems in a Multi-node Smart Grid", 2019 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 76
- MA Murmura, S Cerbelli, AS Kyriakides, S Voutetakis, P Seferlis, "Preliminary Analysis of Mass Dispersion in Solid Foams: Separation of Nitrogen/Hydrogen Mixtures in a Packed Membrane Module as a Case Study", 2019 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 74
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- C Ziogou, S Papadopoulou, S Voutetakis, "Incentive-based Energy Management Strategies for Smart-grids based on an Internet of Things (IoT) Connectivity Framework", 2019 Chemical Engineering Transactions 76, 913-918
- N. Koukovinos, R. Malvezzi, I. Metaxa, M. Padula, F. Picenni, F. Stergiopoulos, S. Voutetakis, C. Ziogou: “The Evolution of Ports into Innovation Hubs: A Proposal for the Adriatic Ionian Area”, Chemical Engineering Transactions 76, pp. 1165-1170”.
- D. Giaouris, A. I. Papadopoulos, C. Patsios, S. Walker, C. Ziogou, P. Taylor, S. Voutetakis, S. Papadopoulou, P. Seferlis, "A systems approach for management of microgrids considering multiple energy carriers, stochastic loads, forecasting and demand side response", Applied Energy (2018), 226, 546-559.
- T. Damartzis, A.I. Papadopoulos, P. Seferlis, "Solvent effects on design with operability considerations in post-combustion CO2 capture plants", Chemical Engineering Research and Design (2018), 131, 414-429
- N.B.B. Etim, D. Giaouris, H. Patios, S. Gadoue, A. I. Papadopoulos, P. Seferlis, S. Voutetakis, S. Papadopoulou, "A Probabilistic Adaptive Model Predictive Power Pinch Analysis (PoPA) Energy Management Approach to Uncertainty", The Journal of Engineering (2018), 10.1049/joe.2018.8154
- Kitsiou, V., Zachariadis, G.A., Lambropoulou, D.A., Tsiplakides, D., Poulios, I. (2018) “Mineralization of the antineoplastic drug carboplatin by heterogeneous photocatalysis with simultaneous synthesis of platinum-modified TiO2 catalysts”, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 6(2), pp. 2409-2416.
- Papazisi, K.M., Farmaki, M.E., Tsiplakides, D., Balomenou, S. (2018) “High temperature electrolysis cells with the use of solid oxide fuel cell state-of-the-art electrode materials”, Materials Today: Proceedings, 5(4), pp. 27536-27542.
- Papaderakis, A., Pliatsikas, N., Patsalas, P., Tsiplakides, D., Balomenou, S., Touni, A., Sotiropoulos, S. (2018) “Hydrogen evolution at Ir-Ni bimetallic deposits prepared by galvanic replacement”, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 808, pp. 21-27.
- Karasavvas, E., Panopoulos, K.D., Papadopoulou, S., Voutetakis, S. "Design of an integrated CSP-calcium looping for uninterrupted power production through energy storage", (2018) Chemical Engineering Transactions 70, pp. 2131-2136
- Gkizas, G., Yfoulis, C., Amanatidis, C., Stergiopoulos, F., Giaouris, D., Ziogou, C., Voutetakis, S., Papadopoulou, S., "Digital state-feedback control of an interleaved DC–DC boost converter with bifurcation analysis", (2018) Control Engineering Practice, 73, pp. 100-111
- Ziogou, C., Voutetakis, S., Georgiadis, M.C., Papadopoulou, S, "Model predictive control (MPC) strategies for PEM fuel cell systems – A comparative experimental demonstration", (2018) Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 131, pp. 656-670
- M. Konsolakis, N. Kaklidis, V. Kyriakou, I. Garagounis, Tz. Kraia, A. Arenillas, J.A. Menendez, R. Strandbakke, G.E. Marnellos. “The combined impact of carbon type and catalyst-aided gasification process on the performance of a Direct Carbon Solid Oxide Fuel Cell”, Solid State Ionics, 317, 268-275 (2018).
- V. Kyriakou, I. Garagounis, A. Vourros, G.E. Marnellos, M. Stoukides. “A protonic ceramic membrane reactor for the production of hydrogen from coal steam gasification”, Journal of Membrane Science, 553, 163-170 (2018).
- D. Ipsakis, Tz. Kraia, M. Konsolakis, G.E. Marnellos. “Remediation of Black Sea ecosystem and pure H2 generation via H2S-H2O co-electrolysis in a proton-conducting membrane cell stack reactor: A feasibility study of the integrated and autonomous approach”, Renewable Energy, 125, 806-818 (2018).
- L. Yu, J. Wang, Z. Ye, X. Hu, C. Buckley, G. Marnellos, D. Dong. “Electrochemical conversion of CO2 over microchanneled cathode supports of solid oxide electrolysis cells”, Journal of CO2 Utilization, 26, 179-183 (2018).
- T. Wang, J. Wang, L. Yu, Z. Ye, X. Hu, G.E. Marnellos, D. Dong. “Effect of NiO/YSZ cathode support pore structure on CO2 electrolysis via solid oxide electrolysis cells”, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 36(15), 5051-5057 (2018).
- Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P., Linke P. (2017) “A framework for the integration of solvent and process design with controllability assessment”, Chemical Engineering Science, 157, pp. 154-176.
- Stijepovic M., Papadopoulos A.I., Linke P., Stijepovic V., Grujic A., Kijevčanin M., Seferlis P. (2017) “Organic Rankine cycle system performance targeting and design for multiple heat sources with simultaneous working fluid selection”, 142 (4), 1950–1970.
- Ipsakis D., M. Ouzounidou, S. Papadopoulou, P. Seferlis, and S. Voutetakis, (2017) “Dynamic Modeling and Control Analysis of a Methanol Autothermal Reforming and PEM Fuel Cell Power System”, Applied Energy, 208, 703-718.
- Paloukis F., Papazisi, K.M., Balomenou, S.P., Tsiplakides, D., Bournel, F., Gallet, J.J., Zafeiratos, S. (2017) “In situ X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of complex oxides under gas and vacuum environments”, Applied Surface Science, 423, pp. 1176-1181
- Paloukis, F., Papazisi, K.M., Dintzer, T., Papaefthimiou, V., Saveleva, V.A., Balomenou, S.P., Tsiplakides, D., Bournel, F., Gallet, J.J., Zafeiratos, S. (2017) “Insights into the Surface Reactivity of Cermet and Perovskite Electrodes in Oxidizing, Reducing, and Humid Environments”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 9, pp. 25265-25277
- Papazisi, K.M., Tsiplakides, D., Balomenou, S. (2017) “High temperature Co-electrolysis of CO2 and water on doped lanthanum chromites”, ECS Transactions, 78, pp. 3197-3204
- Balomenou, S., Papazisi, K.M., Tsiplakides, D. (2017) “Ceramic fuel electrodes for reversible solid oxide cells operating on carbon dioxide”, ECS Transactions, 78, pp. 3237-3245
- Papaderakis, A., Tsiplakides, D., Balomenou, S., Sotiropoulos, S. (2017) “Probing the hydrogen adsorption affinity of Pt and Ir by surface interrogation scanning electrochemical microscopy (SI-SECM)”, Electrochemistry Communications, 83, pp. 77-80
- Kechagiopoulos, P.N., Angeli, S.D., Lemonidou, A.A., "Low temperature steam reforming of methane: A combined isotopic and microkinetic study", 2017, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 205, pp. 238-253
- Papaderakis, A., Pliatsikas, N., Prochaska, C., Vourlias, G., Patsalas, P., Tsiplakides, D., Balomenou, S., Sotiropoulos, S. “Oxygen Evolution at IrO2 Shell-Ir-Ni Core Electrodes Prepared by Galvanic Replacement”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 120(36), pp.19995-20005
- Vanrenterghem, B. , Papaderakis, A., Sotiropoulos, S., Tsiplakides, D., Balomenou, S., Bals, S., Breugelmans, T. “The reduction of benzylbromide at Ag-Ni deposits prepared by galvanic replacement”, Electrochimica Acta, 196, pp. 756-768
- Damartzis, T., Papadopoulos, A.I., Seferlis, P. “Process flowsheet design optimization for various amine-based solvents in post-combustion CO2 capture plants”, Journal of Cleaner Production, 111, pp. 204-216
- Zarogiannis, T., Papadopoulos, A.I., Seferlis, P. “Systematic selection of amine mixtures as post-combustion CO2 capture solvent candidates”, Journal of Cleaner Production, 136, pp. 159-175
- Giaouris, D., Papadopoulos, A.I., Seferlis, P., Voutetakis, S., Papadopoulou, S. “Power grand composite curves shaping for adaptive energy management of hybrid microgrids”, Renewable Energy, 95, pp. 433-448
- Limleamthong, P., Gonzalez-Miquel, M., Papadokonstantakis, S., Papadopoulos, A.I., Seferlis, P., Guillén-Gosálbez, G. “Multi-criteria screening of chemicals considering thermodynamic and life cycle assessment metrics via data envelopment analysis: Application to CO2 capture”, Green Chemistry, 18, pp. 6468-6481
- Papadopoulos, A.I., Badr, S., Chremos, A., Forte, E., Zarogiannis, T., Seferlis, P., Papadokonstantakis, S., Adjiman, C.S., Galindo, A., Jackson, G., “Computer-aided molecular design and selection of CO2 capture solvents considering thermodynamics, reactivity and sustainability”, Molecular Systems Design and Engineering, 1, pp. 313-334.
- Chatziagorakis, P., Ziogou, C., Elmasides, C., Sirakoulis, G., Karafyllidis, I., Andreadis, I., Georgoulas, N., Giaouris, D., Papadopoulos, A. I., Ipsakis, D., Papadopoulou, S., Seferlis, P., Stergiopoulos, F., Voutetakis, S., "Enhancement of hybrid renewable energy systems control with neural networks applied to weather forecasting: The case of Olvio", Neural Computing and Applications, 27(5), pp. 1093-1118.
- Ziogou, C., Krinidis, S., Ioannidis, D., Papadopoulou, S., Tzovaras, D., Voutetakis, S. “An intelligent decision making and notification system based on a knowledge-enabled supervisory monitoring platform” Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 38, pp. 1353-1358
- Ziogou, C., Krinidis, S., Ioannidis, D., Tzovaras, D, Papadopoulou, S., Voutetakis, S. “Design of a knowledge-enabled supervisory framework for the detection of abnormal conditions at process pilot plants” Chemical Engineering Transactions 52, pp. 1015-1020
- Ziogou, C., Giaouris, D., Papadopoulou, S., Voutetakis, S. “Supervisory control and monitoring of a hybrid high temperature PEM fuel cell system with li-ion batteries and an LPG reformer”, Chemical Engineering Transactions 52, pp. 1021-1026
- Ziogou, C., Giaouris, D., Papadopoulou, S., Voutetakis, S. “Integrated design and operation assessment of an embedded supervisory automation framework for a hybrid hydrogen-enabled power generation system”, Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 38, pp. 1359-1364
- Kyriakides, A.-S., Seferlis, P., Voutetakis, S., Papadopoulou, S., “Model predictive control for hydrogen production in a membrane methane steam reforming reactor”, Chemical Engineering Transactions, 52, pp. 991-996
- Kyriakides, A.-S., Voutetakis, S., Papadopoulou, S., Seferlis, P. “Optimization of an experimental membrane reactor for low-temperature methane steam reforming”, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 18 (7), pp. 2065-2075
- Papadopoulos, A.I., Seferlis, P., Linke, P. “A framework for the integration of solvent and process design with controllability assessment”, Chemical Engineering Science, 159, pp. 154-176
- E. Vasileiou, V. Kyriakou, I.Garagounis, A. Vourros, A. Manerbino, W. G. Coors, M. Stoukides, “Electrochemical Enhancement of Ammonia Synthesis in a BaZr0.7Ce0.2Y0.1O2.9 Solid Electrolyte Cell”, Solid State Ionics, 288 (2016) pp. 357-362.
- V. Kyriakou, I.Garagounis, A. Vourros, A. Manerbino, E. Vasileiou, W. G. Coors, M. Stoukides, “Methane Steam Reforming at Low Temperatures in a BaZr0.7Ce0.2Y0.1O2.9 Proton Conducting Membrane Reactor”, Appl. Catal. B:Environ., 186 (2016), pp. 1-9.
- S. Angeli, Giulia Μonteleone, Luca Turcetti, A.A. Lemonidou, “Catalyst development for steam reforming of methane and model biogas at low temperature”, Applied Catalysis B 181 2016 34–46
- L. Turchetti, M.A. Murmura, G. Monteleone, A. Giaconia, A.A. Lemonidou, S.D. Angeli, V. Palma, C. Ruocco, M.C. Annesini, “Kinetic assessment of Ni-based catalysts in low-temperature methane/biogas steam reforming”, Int J. Hydrogen Energy 41 (2016), 16865-16877
- Mavrou P., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P., Linke P., Voutetakis S. (2015) "Selection of working fluid mixtures for flexible organic Rankine cycles under operating variability through a systematic nonlinear sensitivity analysis approach", Applied Thermal Engineering, 89, pp. 1054-1067
- Giaouris D. , Papadopoulos A. I., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S., Seferlis P. (2015) "A Power grand composite curves approach for analysis and adaptive operation of renewable energy Smart Grids", Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 17 (5), pp. 1171-1193.
- Mavrou P., Papadopoulos A.I., Stijepovic M., Seferlis P., Linke P., Voutetakis S. (2015) "Novel and Conventional Working Fluid Mixtures for Solar Rankine Cycles: Performance assessment and multi-criteria selection", Applied Thermal Engineering, 75, pp.384-396.
- Linke P., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P. (2015) "Systematic methods for working fluid selection and the design, integration and control of organic Rankine cycles—A Review", Energies, 8, pp. 4755-4801.
- Papadokonstantakis S., Badr S., Hugerbuhler K., Papadopoulos A.I., Damartzis T., Seferlis P., Forte E., Chremos A., Galindo A., Adjiman C.S., Jackson G. (2015) "Towards sustainable solvent-based post combustion CO2 capture: From molecules to conceptual flowsheet design", Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 36, pp. 279-305 (Book chapter in Edited Volume)
- Papaderakis, A., Tsiplakides, D., Balomenou, S., Sotiropoulos, S. (2015), “Electrochemical impedance studies of IrO2 catalysts for oxygen evolution”, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 757, pp 216-224.
- Balomenou, S., Papazisi, K.M., Tsiplakides, D. (2015), “Electrochemical Promotion of Ir0.5Pt0.5O2/YSZ”, Topics in Catalysis, 58 (18-20) pp. 1270-1275.
- Petrakopoulou, Ioanna; Tsiplakides, Dimitrios; Balomenou, Stella (2015), “Enhanced Carbon Deposition Tolerance of SOFC Anodes Under Triode Operation”, Topics in Catalysis, 58 (18-20) pp. 1303-1310.
- Garcia-Garcia, F.J., Yubero, F., González-Elipe, A.R., Balomenou, S.P., Tsiplakides, D., Petrakopoulou, I., Lambert, R.M. (2015), “Porous, robust highly conducting Ni-YSZ thin film anodes prepared by magnetron sputtering at oblique angles for application as anodes and buffer layers in solid oxide fuel cells”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 40 (23), pp 7382-7387.
- Niakolas, D.K., Neofytidis, C., Neophytides, S.G., Tsiplakides, D., Papazisi, K.M., Balomenou, S. (2015), “Carbon tolerant electrodes for SOFC and reversible SOFC (RSOFC) cells operating on carbon containing fuels”, ECS Transactions, 68 (1), pp 3439-3437.
- Yfoulis C., Giaouris D., Stergiopoulos F., Ziogou C., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S. (2015)“Robust constrained stabilization of boost DC–DC converters through bifurcation analysis” Control Engineering Practice, 35, pp.67-82
- E. Vasileiou, V. Kyriakou, I.Garagounis, A. Vourros, M. Stoukides, “Ammonia Synthesis at Atmospheric Pressure in a BaCe0.2Zr0.7Y0.1O2.9 Solid Electrolyte Cell”, Solid State Ionics, 275 (2015) 110-116.
- E. Vasileiou, V. Kyriakou, I.Garagounis, A. Vourros, A. Manerbino, W. G. Coors, M. Stoukides, “Reaction Rate Enhancement During the Electrocatalytic Synthesis of Ammonia in a BaCe0.2Zr0.7Y0.1O2.9 Solid Electrolyte Cell ”, Topics in Catalysis, 58(18), pp. 1193-120, (2015) .
- Mavrou P., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P., Linke P., S Voutetakis S.(2015), “Selection of working fluid mixtures for flexible Organic Rankine Cycles under operating variability through a systematic nonlinear sensitivity analysis approach”, Applied Thermal Engineering, 89, pp 1054-1067
- Ipsakis D., Kraia Tz., Marnellos GE, Ouzounidou M., Voutetakis S., Dittmeyer R., Dubbe A., Haas-Santo K., Konsolakis M, HE Figen, NO Güldal, SZ Baykara (2015), ”An electrocatalytic membrane-assisted process for hydrogen production from H 2 S in Black Sea: Preliminary results”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 40(24), pp. 7530-7538
- Giaconia, A., Monteleone, G., Morico, B., Salladini, A., Shabtai, K., Sheintuch, M., Boettge, D., Adler, J., Palma, V., Voutetakis, S. and Lemonidou, A., 2015, ”Multi-fuelled Solar Steam Reforming for Pure Hydrogen Production Using Solar Salts as Heat Transfer Fluid”, Energy Procedia, 69, pp.1750-1758.
- Giaouris, D., Papadopoulos, A.I., Voutetakis, S., Papadopoulou, S. and Seferlis, P.,( 2015), “A power grand composite curves approach for analysis and adaptive operation of renewable energy smart grids”, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 17(5), pp.1171-1193.
- Yfoulis C., Giaouris D., Stergiopoulos F., Ziogou C., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S. (2015), “Robust constrained stabilization of boost DC–DC converters through bifurcation analysis”, Control Engineering Practice, 35, pp.67-82
- Mavrou P., Papadopoulos AI, Stijepovic M.Z., Seferlis P., Linke P., Voutetakis S. (2015), “Novel and conventional working fluid mixtures for solar Rankine cycles: Performance assessment and multi-criteria selection”, Applied Thermal Engineering, 75 pp.384-396
- Kyriakides A.S., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S.,Seferlis P.,(2015), “Optimization of a Membrane Reactor for Low Temperature Methane Steam Reforming”, Chemical Engineering, 45
- Al-Musa A., Al-Saleh M., Ioakeimidis Z.C., Ouzounidou M., Yentekakis I.V., Konsolakis M.,Marnellos G.E. (2014), "Hydrogen production by iso-octane steam reforming over Cu catalysts supported on rare earth oxides (REOs)", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39 (3), pp 1350-1363.
- Al-Musa A.A., Ioakeimidis Z.S., Al-Saleh M.S., Al-Zahrany A., Marnellos G.E.,Konsolakis M. (2014), "Steam reforming of iso-octane toward hydrogen production over mono- And bi-metallic CueCo/ CeO2 catalysts: Structure-activity correlations", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39 (34), pp 19541-19554.
- Chatziagorakis P., Elmasides C., Sirakoulis G.C., Karafyllidis I., Andreadis I., Georgoulas N., Giaouris D., Papadopoulos A.I., Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Papadopoulou S., Seferlis P., Stergiopoulos F.,Voutetakis P. (2014), "Cellular automata model with game theory for power management of hybrid renewable energy smart grids", Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 8751, pp 248-257.
- Chatziagorakis P., Elmasides C., Sirakoulis G.C., Karafyllidis I., Andreadis I., Georgoulas N., Giaouris D., Papadopoulos A.I., Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Papadopoulou S., Seferlis P., Stergiopoulos F.,Voutetakis S. (2014), "Application of Neural Networks Solar Radiation Prediction for Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems", Communications in Computer and Information Science, 459 CCIS, pp 133-144.
- Damartzis T., Kouneli A., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P., Dimitriadis G.,Vlachopoulos G. (2014), "Optimal design of solvent based post combustion CO2 capture processes in quicklime plants", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 39, pp 1327-1332.
- Damartzis T., Papadopoulos A.I.,Seferlis P. (2014) "Optimum synthesis of solvent-based post-combustion CO2 capture flowsheets through a generalized modeling framework", Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 16 (7), pp 1363-1380.
- Giaouris D., Banerjee S., Stergiopoulos F., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., Zahawi B., Pickert V., Abusorrah A., Al Hindawi M.,Al-Turki Y. (2014), "Foldings and grazings of tori in current controlled interleaved boost converters", International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications 42 (10), pp 1080-1091.
- Giaouris D., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., Stergiopoulos F.,Elmasides C. (2014), "Optimum energy management in smart grids based on power pinch analysis", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 39, pp 55-60.
- Garagounis I. , Kyriakou V., Skodra A. , Vasileiou E. , Stoukides M. (2014), "Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia in Solid Electrolyte Cells", Frontiers in Energy Research, 2, pp. 1-10.
- Ipsakis D., Kraia T., Marnellos G.E., Ouzounidou M., Voutetakis S., Dittmeyer R., Dubbe A., Haas-Santo K., Konsolakis M., Figen H.E., Güldal N.O.,Baykara S.Z. (2014), "An electrocatalytic membrane-assisted process for hydrogen production from H2S in Black Sea: Preliminary results", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, In Press.
- Kaklidis N., Garagounis I., Kyriakou V., Besikiotis V., Arenillas A., Menéndez J.A., Marnellos G.E.,Konsolakis M. (2014), "Direct utilization of lignite coal in a Co-CeO2/YSZ/Ag solid oxide fuel cell", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, In Press.
- Kaklidis N., Kyriakou V., Garagounis I., Arenillas A., Menéndez J.A., Marnellos G.E.,Konsolakis M. (2014), "Effect of carbon type on the performance of a direct or hybrid carbon solid oxide fuel cell", RSC Advances 4 (36), pp 18792-18800.
- Kechagiopoulos P.N., Voutetakis S.S.,Lemonidou A.A. (2014), "Cold flow experimental study and computer simulations of a compact spouted bed reactor", Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 82, pp 137-149.
- Kyriakides A.S., Rodríguez-García L., Voutetakis S., Ipsakis D., Seferlis P.,Papadopoulou S. (2014), "Enhancement of pure hydrogen production through the use of a membrane reactor", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39 (9), pp 4749-4760.
- Mavrou P., Papadopoulos A.I., Stijepovic M., Seferlis P., Linke P.,Voutetakis S. (2014), "Assessment of working fluid mixtures for solar organic rankine cycles", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 39, pp 283-288.
- Papadopoulos A.I., Badr S., Chremos A., Forte E., Zarogiannis T., Seferlis P., Papadokonstantakis S., Adjiman C.S., Galindo A.,Jackson G. (2014), "Efficient screening and selection of post-combustion CO2 capture solvents", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 39, pp 211-216.
- Stijepovic M.Z., Papadopoulos A.I., Linke P., Grujic A.S.,Seferlis P. (2014), "An exergy composite curves approach for the design of optimum multi-pressure organic Rankine cycle processes", Energy 69, pp 285-298.
- Stijepovic M.Z., Papadopoulos A.I., Linke P., Grujic A.S.,Seferlis P. (2014), "Design of multi-pressure organic rankine cycles for waste heat recovery in site utility systems", Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 33, pp 109-114.
- Angeli Sophia D., Monteleone Giulia, Alberto Giaconia, Lemonidou Angeliki A. "Low Temperature Methane Steam Reforming: Catalytic Activity and Coke Deposition Study", Chemical Engineering Transactions, (2013) 35, 1201-1206
- Turchetti L., Monteleone G., Giaconia A., Sau S., Palma V., Castaldo F., Lemonidou A.A., Angeli S.D., "Time-on-Stream Stability of New Catalysts for Low-Temperature Steam Reforming of Biogas", Chem Eng. Transactions 33 (2013) 685-690
- Vernoux P., Lizarraga L., Tsampas M.N., Sapountzi F.M., De Lucas-Consuegra A., Valverde J.-L., Souentie S., Vayenas C.G., Tsiplakides D., Balomenou S., Baranova E.A. (2013), “Ionically conducting ceramics as active catalyst supports”, Chemical Reviews, 113 (10), pp 8192-8260.
- Mintsouli I., Georgieva J., Armyanov S., Valova E., Avdeev G., Hubin A., Steenhaut O., Dille J., Tsiplakides D., Balomenou S., Sotiropoulos S. (2013), “Pt-Cu electrocatalysts for methanol oxidation prepared by partial galvanic replacement of Cu/carbon powder precursors”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 136, pp 160-167
- Abusorrah A., Al-Hindawi M.M., Al-Turki Y., Mandal K., Giaouris D., Banerjee S., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S. "Stability of a boost converter fed from photovoltaic source" Solar Energy,98 (PC), pp 458-471
- Giaouris D., Papadopoulos A.I., Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S., Seferlis P., Stergiopoulos F., Elmasides C. "Performance investigation of a hybrid renewable power generation and storage system using system" Energy, 61, pp 621-635
- Ziogou C., Elmasides C., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., "Supervisory control and unattended operation of an off-grid hybrid power generation station with hydrogen storage", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 529-534
- Ipsakis D., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., Seferlis P., "Analysis and implementation of a plant-wide control system for an LPG reforming-fuel cell power system", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 955-960
- Giaouris D., Papadopoulos A.I., Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Seferlis P., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., Elmasides C., "Optimization of hybrid renewable power generation flowsheets using generic structural and temporal models", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 115-120
- Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Seferlis P., Bezergianni S., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., "Performance assessment and afficiency of a renewable hydrogen production station based on a supervisory control methodology", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 163-168
- Damartzis T., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P., "Generalized framework for the optimal design of solvent-based post-combustion CO2 capture flowsheets", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 1177-1182
- Tarabsheh A.A., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlis P., Etier I., Saraereh O., "Investigation of temperature effects in efficiency improvement of non-uniformly cooled photovoltaic cells", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 1387-1392
- Giaconia A., Turchetti L., Monteleone G., Morico B., Iaquaniello G., Shabtai K., Sheintuch M., Boettge D., Adler J., Palma V., Voutetakis S., Lemonidou A., Annesini M.C., Den Exter M., Balzer H., "Development of a solar-powered, fuel-flexible compact steam reformer: The CoMETHy project", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 433-438
- Kyriakides A.-S., Ipsakis D., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S., Seferlis P., "Modelling and simulation of a membrane reactor for the low temperature methane steam reforming", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 109-114
- Ziogou C., Georgiadis M.C., Pistikopoulos E.N., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., "Combining multi-parametric programming and NMPC for the efficient operation of a PEM fuel cell", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 913-918
- Ved O.V., Seferlis P., Kapustenko P.O., "A multi-level mathematical model of the co catalytic conversion process", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 35, pp 691-696
- Vernoux P., Lizarraga L., Tsampas M.N., Sapountzi F.M., De Lucas-Consuegra A., Valverde J.-L., Souentie S., Vayenas C.G., Tsiplakides D., Balomenou S., Baranova E.A., "Ionically conducting ceramics as active catalyst supports",Chemical Reviews, 113(10), pp 8192-8260
- Gadoue S.M., Giaouris D., Finch J.W., "Stator current model reference adaptive systems speed estimator for regenerating-mode low-speed operation of sensorless induction motor drives", IET Electric Power Applications, 7(7), pp 597-606
- Hodgson D., Mecrow B.C., Gadoue S.M., Slater H.J., Barrass P.G., Giaouris D., "Effect of vehicle mass changes on the accuracy of Kalman filter estimation of electric vehicle speed", IET Electrical Systems in Transportation, 3(3), pp 67-68
- Papadopoulos A.I., Stijepovic M., Linke P., Seferlis P., Voutetakis S., "Toward optimum working fluid mixtures for Organic Rankine Cycles using molecular design and sensitivity analysis", Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(34), pp 12116-12133
- Konsolakis M., Yentekakis I.V., Pekridis G., Kaklidis N., Psarras A.C., Marnellos G.E., "Insights into the role of SO2 and H2O on the surface characteristics and de-N2O efficiency of Pd/Al2O3 catalysts during N2O decomposition in the presence of CH4 and O2 excess", Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 138-139, pp 191-198
- Papadopoulos A.I., Stijepovic M., Linke P., Seferlis P., Voutetakis S., "Molecular design of working fluid mixtures for organic rankine cycles", Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 32, pp 289-294
- Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Seferlis P., Bezergianni S., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., "Optimal production of renewable hydrogen based on an efficient energy management strategy", Energy, 55, pp 58-67
- Ziogou C., Pistikopoulos E.N., Georgiadis M.C., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S., "Empowering the performance of advanced NMPC by multiparametric programming - An application to a PEM fuel cell system", Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 52(13), pp 4863-4873
- Ziogou C., Papadopoulou S., Georgiadis M.C., Voutetakis S., "On-line nonlinear model predictive control of a PEM fuel cell system", Journal of Process Control, 23(4), pp 483-492
- Garagounis I., Kyriakou V., Stoukides M., "Electrochemical promotion of catalytic reactions: Thermodynamic analysis and calculation of the limits in Faradaic Efficiency", Solid State Ionics, 231, pp 58-62
- Giaouris D., Banerjee S., Stergiopoulos F., Papadopoulou S., Voutetakis S., Zahawi B., Pickert V., Abusorrah A., Al Hindawi M., Al-Turki Y., "Foldings and grazings of tori in current controlled interleaved boost converters", Early View
- Kyriakou V., Garagounis I., Stoukides M., “Steam Electrolysis with Simultaneous Production of C2 Hydrocarbons in a Solid Electrolyte Cell”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39 (2014) 675-683
- Garagounis I., Kyriakou V., Skodra A., Vasileiou D., Stoukides M., “Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia in Solid Electrolyte Cells", Frontiers in Energy Research, doi: 10.33389/fenng.2014.00001
- Gkementzoglou C., Kotrotsiou o., Stoukides M., Kiparissides C., “On the synthesis of molecularly imprinted polymers for analytical and sensor applications”, Macromolecular Symposia, 331-332 (2014) 26-33.
- Konsolakis M., Yentekakis I.V., Pekridis G., Kaklidis N., Psarras A.C., Marnellos G.E., “Insights into the role of SO2 and H2O on the surface characteristics and de-N2O efficiency of Pd/Al2O3 catalysts during N2O decomposition in the presence of CH4 and O2 excess”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 138-139, 191-198 (2013).
- Sapountzi F.M., Brosda S., Papazisi K.M., Balomenou S.P., Tsiplakides D. (2012), “Electrochemical performance of La0.75Sr0.25Cr0.9M0.1O3 perovskites as SOFC anodes in CO/CO2 mixtures”, Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, 42, pp 727-735
- Papazisi K.M., Siokou A., Balomenou S., Tsiplakides D (2012), “Preparation and characterization of IrxPt1−xO2 anode electrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution reaction”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37, pp 16642-16648
- Papadopoulos A.I., Giannakoudis G., Seferlis P., Voutetakis S. (2012), “Efficient design under uncertainty of renewable power generation systems using partitioning and regression in the course of optimization”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 51, pp. 12862−12876.
- Stijepovic M., Linke P., Papadopoulos A.I., Grujic A. (2012), “On the role of working fluid properties in Organic Rankine Cycle performance”, Applied Thermal Engineering 36, pp. 406-413.
- Giaouris D., Stergiopoulos F., Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Banerjee S., Zahawi B., Pickert V., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S, (2012), “Nonlinear Stability Analysis and a New Design Methodology for a PEM Fuel Cell Fed DC-DC Boost Converter”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37(23), pp 18205-18215
- Ziogou C., Ipsakis D., Stergiopoulos F., Papadopoulou S., Bezergianni S., Voutetakis S., (2012), “Infrastructure, automation and model-based operation strategy in a stand-alone hydrolytic solar hydrogen production unit”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37(21), pp. 16591-16603
- Ipsakis D., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S., Seferlis P., (2012), “Optimal Operability by Design in a Methanol Reforming-PEM Fuel Cell Autonomous Power System”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37(21), pp 16697-16710
- Kyriakou V., Athanasiou C., Garagounis I., Skodra A., Stoukides M., (2012), “Production of C2 Hydrocarbons and H2 from CH4 in a Proton Conducting Cell”, Solid State Ionics, 225m pp 219–222.
- Kyriakou V., Athanasiou C., Garagounis I., Skodra A., Stoukides M., (2012), “Production of C2 Hydrocarbons and H2 from CH4 in a Proton Conducting Solid Electrolyte Cell Using a Au-5Ce-5Na2WO4/SiO2 Anode”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37 pp.16636-16641.
- Banerjee S., Giaouris D., and Missailidis P., Imrayed O., (2012), “Local bifurcations of a quasiperiodic orbit” , International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 22 (12), Published online.
- Α. Αγγελή, Χ. Καλπάκης, G. Monteleone, A. Giaconia, Α.Α. Λεμονίδου, “Αποτελεσματικοί Καταλύτες Ni και Rh στην Αναμόρφωση Μεθανίου σε Χαμηλή Θερμοκρασία “, 12ο Πανελλήνιο Συμπόσιο Κατάλυσης, Οκτώβριος 25-27, Χανιά, Κρήτη, 2012
- Ipsakis D, Voutetakis S, Papadopoulou S, Seferlis P, Elmasides C, Papadaki K, Mastrogeorgopoulos S, Kyriakides A. (2012), "Dynamic modeling and control of a steam reformer-fuel cell power system operating on LPG for vehicular applications", Chemical Engineering Transactions, 29 pp 49-54.
- Tzanetis Κ., Martavaltzi C.S., Lemonidou A.A., (2012), “Exergy analysis in sorption enhanced and conventional steam methane reforming”, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 37 pp 16308-16320
- Ziogou C., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S., Georgiadis M. (2011), “Modeling, simulation and experimental validation of a PEM fuel cell system”, Computers & Chemical Engineering, 35 (9), pp 1886-1900
- Papadopoulou S., Seferlis P., Voutetakis S. (2011), “Automation Infrastructure and Operation Control Strategy in a Stand-Alone Power System Based on Renewable Energy Sources”, Journal of Power Sources, 196 (22), pp 9488-9499
- Pekridis G., Kaklidis N., Konsolakis M., Athanasiou C., Yentekakis I.V., Marnellos G.E. (2011), “A comparison between electrochemical and conventional catalyst promotion: the case of N2O reduction by alkanes or alkenes over K-modified Pd Catalysts”, Solid State Ionics, 192(1), pp 653-658.
- Vakouftsi E., Marnellos G.E., Athanasiou C., Coutelieris F.A. (2011), “A detailed model for transport processes in a methane fed planar SOFC”, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 89(2), pp 224-229.
- Vakouftsi E., Marnellos G.E., Athanasiou C., Coutelieris F. (2011), “CFD modeling of a biogas fuelled SOFC”, Solid State Ionics, 192(1), pp 458-463.
- Kaklidis N., Pekridis G., Athanasiou C., Marnellos G.E. (2011), “Direct electro-oxidation of iso-octane in a solid electrolyte fuel cell”, Solid State Ionics, 192(1), pp 435-443.
- Pekridis G., Kaklidis N., Konsolakis M., Iliopoulou E.F., Yentekakis I.V., Marnellos G.E. (2011), “Correlation of surface characteristics with catalytic performance of potassium promoted Pd/Al2O3 catalysts: The case of N2O reduction by alkanes or alkenes”, Topics in Catalysis, 54(16-18), pp 1135-1142.
- Hammad A., Souentie S., Papaioannou E.I., Balomenou S., Tsiplakides D., Figueroa J.C., Cavalca C., Pereira C.J. (2011), “Electrochemical promotion of the SO2 oxidation over thin Pt films interfaced with YSZ in a monolithic electropromoted reactor”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 103, pp 336-342.
- Martavaltzi C.S., Pefkos T., Lemonidou A.A. (2011), “Operational window of sorption enhanced steam reforming of methane over CaO-Ca12Al14O33“, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research , 50(2), pp 539-545.
- Chen Zhao, Jiayue He, Angeliki A. Lemonidou, Xuebing Li, Johannes A. Lercher (2011), “Aqueous‐phase hydrodeoxygenation of bio‐derived phenols to cycloalkanes”, Journal of Catalysis, 280, pp 8-16.
- Voutetakis S.S., Seferlis P., Stergiopoulos F., Papadopoulou S., Papadopoulos A.I., Ipsakis D., Ziogou C., Elmasides C. (2011), “Design, Optimization and Control of Stand-Alone Power Systems using Renewable Energy Sources and Hydrogen Production”, Nova Science Publishers Inc.
- Garagounis I., Kyriakou V., Anagnostou C., Bourganis V. , Papachristou I., Stoukides M. (2011), "Solid Electrolytes: Applications in Heterogeneous Catalysis and Chemical Cogeneration", Ind. & Eng. Chem. Res. 50, pp 431–472.
- Giannakoudis G., Papadopoulos A. I., Seferlis P., Voutetakis S., “Optimum design and operation under uncertainty of power systems using renewable energy sources and hydrogen storage” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY V: 35 ( 3 ) P: 872-891 2010
- Ziogou C., Voutetakis S., Papadopoulou S., Georgiadis M. “Modeling and Experimental Validation of a PEM Fuel Cell System” COMPUTER AIDED CHEMICAL ENGINEERIGN V:28 P: 721-726 2010
- Giannakoudis G., Papadopoulos A.I., Seferlisa, P., Voutetakis, S., “On the systematic design and optimization under uncertainty of a hybrid power generation system using renewable energy sources and hydrogen storage” COMPUTER AIDED CHEMICAL ENGINEERIGN V: 28 ( C ) P: 907 – 912 2010
- E., Kalimeri K., Athanasiou C., “Electro-reduction of nitrogen oxides using steam electrolysis in a proton conducting solid electrolyte membrane reactor (H+-SEMR)”,. SOLID STATE IONICS V: 181(3-4) P:223-229 2010
- Marnellos G., Vakouftsi E., Athanasiou C., Coutelieris F.A., “Theoretical investigation of the relation between the output of a methane internal reforming SOFC and the composition of the feedstream”, DEFECT AND DIFFUSION FORUM V: 297-301 P:838-843 2010
- Marnellos G.E., Pekridis G., Kaklidis N., Komvokis V., Athanasiou C., Konsolakis M., Yentekakis I.V. “Surface and catalytic elucidation of Rh/γ-Al2O3 catalysts during NO reduction by C3H8 in the presence of excess O2, H2O and SO2”,. THE JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A V: 114(11) P:3969-3980 2010
- M. Papazisi, S. Balomenou and D. Tsiplakides, “Synthesis and characterization of La0.75Sr0.25Cr0.9M0.1O3 perovskites as anodes for CO‐fuelled solid oxide fuel cells”, JOURNAL OF APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY, V:40 P:1875–1881 2010
- Damartzis T., Seferlis P., “Optimal design of staged three-phase reactive distillation columns using nonqeuilibrium and orthogonal collocation models”, INDUSTRIAL AND ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH, P:3275-3285 2010.
- Papadopoulos A.I., Stijepovic M., Linke P., Seferlis P., Voutetakis S., “Power Generation from Low Enthalpy Geothermal Fields by Design and Selection of Efficient Working Fluids for OrganicRankineCycles”, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TRANSACTIONS V: 21 P: 61-66 2010.
- Papadopoulos A.I., Stijepovic M., Linke P. “On the systematic design and selection of optimal working fluids for Organic Rankine Cycles”, APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING, doi 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2009.12.006, 2010
- Vagia E., Lemonidou A.A. *, “Ceria-Zirconia supported Ni and Rh catalysts for the effective steam reforming of bio-oil components”, JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS V:269 P:388–396, 2010
- Martavaltzi C.S., Pampaka E.P., Korkakaki E.S., Lemonidou A.A.,* “Hydrogen production via steam reforming of methane with simultaneous CO2 capture over CaO-Ca12Al14O33” , ENERGY AND FUELS V: 24 Issue:4 P: 2589–2595, 2010
- Martavaltzi C.S., Lemonidou A.A., * “Hydrogen Production via Sorption Enhanced Reforming of Methane: Development of a novel hybrid material -reforming catalyst and CO2 sorbent”, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE V:65 Issue: 14 P:4134-4140, 2010
- Dimitris Ipsakis, Spyros Voutetakis, Panos Seferlis, Fotis Stergiopoulos, Costas Elmasides, "Power Management Strategies on a Stand-Alone Power System Using Renewable Energy Sources and Hydrogen Storage", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 34, 2009, 7081–7095
- Martha Ouzounidou; Dimitrios Ipsakis; Panos Seferlis; Spyros Voutetakis; Simira Papadopoulou, "A combined methanol autothermal steam reforming and PEM fuel cell pilot plant unit: Experimental and simulation studies", Energy, Volume 34, 2009, 1733–1743
- Stella Bezergianni, Spyros Voutetakis, and Aggeliki Kalogianni, "Catalytic Hydrocracking of Fresh and Used Cooking Oil", Eng. Chem. Res. 2009, 48(18), 8402–8406, 2009
- Garyfallos Giannakoudis, Athanasios I. Papadopoulos, Panos Seferlis, Spyros Voutetakis, "Optimum design and operation under uncertainty of power systems using renewable energy sources and hydrogen storage", International Journal Of Hydrogen Energy, 2009 pp. 1-20
- I. Papadopoulos, P. Linke, "A decision support grid for integrated molecular solvent design and chemical process selection", Computers and Chemical Engineering, 33(1), 72-87 (2009)
- Ι. Papadopoulos, P. Seferlis, "Generic modeling, design and optimization of industrial phosphoric acid production processes", Chemical Engineering and Processing,48(1), 493-506 (2009)
- I. Papadopoulos, P. Linke, "Integrated solvent and process selection for separation and reaction-separation processes", Chemical Engineering and Processing, 48(5), 1047-1060 (2009)
- de Lucas-Consuegra, A. Caravaca, M.J.M. de Vidales, F. Dorado, S. Balomenou, D. Tsiplakides, P. Vernoux, J.L. Valverde, "An electrochemically assisted NOx storage/reduction catalyst operating under fixed lean burn conditions", Catalysis Communications 11 (2009) 247.
- Ioannidou, A. Zabaniotou, E.V. Antonakou, K.M. Papazisi, A.A. Lappas, C. Athanassiou, "Investigating the potential for energy, fuel, materials and chemicals production from corn residues (cobs and stalks) by non-catalytic and catalytic pyrolysis in two reactor configurations", Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 13 (2009) 750.
- Tsiplakides, S. Balomenou, "Milestones and perspectives in electrochemically promoted catalysis”, Catalysis Today 146 (2009) 312.
- Tzimpilis, N. Moschoudis, M. Stoukides, P. Bekiaroglou, “Ageing and SO2 resistance of Pd containing perovskite type oxides”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 87 (2009)9-17.
- Skodra, M. Stoukides, “Electrocatalytic Synthesis of Ammonia from Steam and Nitrogen at Atmospheric Pressure”, Solid State Ionics 180 (2009)1332-1336.
- Athanasiou, E. Vakouftsi, F.A. Coutelieris, G. Marnellos, A. Zampaniotou, "Efficiencies of olive kernel gasification combined cycle with Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 149(1-3), 183-190 (2009).
- G. Komvokis, G.E. Marnellos, I.A. Vasalos and K.S. Triantifyllidis “Effect of pretreatment and regeneraton conditions of Ru/Al2O3 catalysts for N2O decomposition and/or reduction in O2 rich atmospheres and in the presence of NOX, SO2 and H2O”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 89(3-4), 627-634 (2009).
- Kalimeri, C. Athanasiou and G.E. Marnellos, “Electro-reduction of nitrogen oxides using steam electrolysis in a proton conducting solid electrolyte membrane reactor (H+-SEMR)”, Solid State Ionics, (2009), doi:10.1016/j.ssi.2009.03.002.
- Pekridis, C. Athanasiou, M. Konsolakis, I.V. Yentekakis and G.E. Marnellos, “N2O abatement over γ-Αl2O3 supported catalysts: Effect of reducing agent and active phase nature”,. Topics in Catalysis, 52(13), 1880-1887 (2009).
- Pekridis, N. Kaklidis, V. Komvokis, C. Athanasiou, M. Konsolakis, I.V. Yentekakis and G.E. Marnellos, “Surface and catalytic elucidation of Rh/γ-Al2O3 catalysts during NO reduction by C3H8 in the presence of excess O2, H2O and SO2“,The Journal of Physic
- Kenig E. Y., and P. Seferlis, “Modeling Reactive Absorption”, Chemical Engineering Progress, January, 65-71, 2009.
- Theodoros Damartzis, Margaritis Kostoglou and Anastasia Zabaniotou, “Simulation of the agro-biomass (olive kernel) fast pyrolysis in a wire mesh reactor considering intra-particle radial and temporal distribution of products”, International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, 7(A1), 2009.
- N. Kechagiopoulos, S.S. Voutetakis, A.A. Lemonidou, I.A. Vasalos, "Hydrogen production via reforming of bio-oil over Ni/Olivine catalysts in a spouted bed reactor", Ind. Eng. Chem. Res 48 (3) (2009) 1400-1408
- Chen Zhao, Yuan Kou, Angeliki A. Lemonidou, Xuebing Li, and Johannes A. Lercher, "Selective Catalytic Conversion of Bio-oil Phenol Fraction to Alkanes", Angewandte Chemie, International Edition, 48 (22) (2009) 3987-3990
- Elvira Peringer, Michael Salzinger, Markus Hutt, Angeliki A. Lemonidou and Johannes A. Lercher, "Modified lanthanum catalysts for oxidative chlorination of methane", Topics in Catalysis 52(9) (2009) 1220-1231
Doctoral Dissertations and Diploma Thesis
- Bampaou Michael
- Kafetzis Alexandros
- Kazepidis Panagiotis
- Mpimpiri Naouma
- Vourros Anastasios
- Ipsakis D., ”Dynamic simulation and control analysis in innovative power production systems with the use of renewable and alternative energy sources”, (2006)
- Papazisi K., “Regenerative PEM Fuel Cells (RPEMFC)”, (2007)
- Kechagiopoulos P., “Design of an innovative reactor for hydrogen production through biofuels”, (2003)
- Pekridis G., “Εκλεκτική καταλυτική αναγωγή των οξειδίων του αζώτου με υδρογονάνθρακες σε συμβατικούς καταλυτικούς αντιδραστήρες σταθερήε κλίνης και σε αντιδραστήρες μεμβράνης στερεών ηλεκτρολυτών αγωγών ιόντων νατρίου”, (2009)
In Progress or Completed
- Ναζαριάν Δ., “Μοντελοποίηση συστήματος ελέγχου κυψέλης καυσίμου”, (2009)
- Παπά Γ., “Ανάπτυξη συστήματος απομακρυσμένης διαδυκτιακής παρακολούθησης μονάδας βιοκαυσίμων και επέκταση συστήματος αυτοματισμού”, (2009)
- Ζιώγου Χ., “Ρύθμιση συστήματος κυψέλης καυσίμου βασισμένη σε μαθηματικό μοντέλο προβλεπτικού ελέγχου και ανίχνευση βέλτιστου σημείου λειτουργίας”, (2009)
- Πεύκος Τ., “Ρόφηση διοφειδίου του άνθρακα σε συνθήκες υψηλής θερμοκρασίας: προσδιορισμός ρυθμού ρόφησης στο υλικό CaO-Cal2AL14O33”, (2009)
- Κορκακάκη Ε., Πάμπακα Ε., “Έλεγχος καταλυτικής δραστηριότητας και ροφητικής ικανότητας του υλικού NiO-CaO-Cal2AL14O33”, (2009)
Δημητρακάκης Νίκος, “Αντιδραστήρες μεμβράνης στερεού ηλεκτρολύτη: Τρέχουσα εμπειρία και μελλοντικές προοπτικές”, (2009)
- Παπαρίσβας Ν., Γκαραγκούνης Γ., “Καταλυτική οξείδωση μονοξειδίου του Άνθρακα”, (2009)
- Τζιράκης Φρ., “Χρήση εναλλακτικών βιοκαυσίμων στην αλλοθερμική αεριοποίηση με υδρατμό”, (2009)
- Γιαννακούδης Γ., “Βέλτιστος σχεδιασμός αυτόνομου συστήματος ανανεώσιμων πηγών ενέργειας συνδυασμένο με χρήση υδρογόνου με τεχνικές στοχαστικού προγραμματισμού”, (2009)
- Αλμπάνης-Λέκας Ο., “Ανάλυση και βελτιστοποίηση ολοκληρωμένης μονάδας παραγωγής ηλεκτρικής ισχύος μέσω αναμόρφωσης μεθανόλης και κυψελίδων καυσίμου υδρογόνου”, (2009)
- Βαρδής Π., “Βασικές θερμοχημικές και βιοχημικές μέθοδοι για την μετατροπή της βιομάζας σε βιοκαύσιμα”, (2009)
- Μόνα Α., Τσιμικλή Σ., “Εκλεκτική καταλυτική και ηλεκτροκαταλυτική αναγωγή του ΝΟ με τη χρήση άκαυστων υδρογονανθράκων (C3H8, C3H6) σε τροποποιημένο καταλύτη 1%Rh/γ-Al2O3 με αλκάλια (Na+, K+)”, (2009)
- Καλογερόπουλος Σ., “Καταλυτική και ηλεκτροκαταλυτική αναγωγή/διάσπαση του Ν2Ο παρουσία /απουσία Ο2 σε τροποποιημένο Παλλάδιο με ιόντα καλίου”, (2009)
- Διψής Ι., “Μελέτη βιωσιμότητας μιας μονάδας συμπαραγωγής θερμότητας και ηλεκτρισμού με καύση βιοαερίου που παράγεται από την αναερόβια χώνευση των ζωικών απορριμάτων στην πτηνοτροφική μονάδα σφαγείο ΓΑΛΑΝΟΣ Α.Ε.”, (2009)