Design of nanoporous materials for gas separation (TA or FA only)

Natural gas meets around 20-25% of world energy demands. Overall the world has around 200 trillion cubic meters of natural gas reserve and new reservoirs are being found. Methane gas constitutes around 80-90% of natural gas and for economical utilization of methane as fuel, efficient separation technology is required. The aim of this project is to design new nanoporous materials for methane separation and storage from natural gas.

Proposing Faculty
Research Area
  • Energy Integration
  • Green Engineering
  • Molecular Simulations
  • Nano-composites
  • Nanoparticles
  • Pollution
  • Statistical Themodynamics