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Decarbonizing the energy sector is critical to addressing climate change and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. While the transportation and power generation sectors receive a lot of attention, it is important to remember that the industrial sector also plays a significant role in emissions. That’s why more efficient systems and waste heat recovery solutions, such as supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2), are crucial in the decarbonization efforts across all sectors. With the ability to capture waste heat and transform it into useful energy, sCO2 is a game changer for reducing carbon emissions from cement, aluminum, and steel plants. Join us in this critical work towards a cleaner, greener future for all.


CATER is one of the worldwide leading research groups on sCO2 power cycles and heat transfer. The high pressure and high temperature test capabilities supplement analytical and numerical simulation, such as the effect of Buoyancy and secondary flows on circumferential heat transfer.