The Capture Group

  • Azar C., K.Lindgren, E.D. Larson, K. Möllersten, and J. Yan, ”Carbon Capture and Storage from Fossil Fuels and Biomass – Costs and Potential Role in Stabilizing the Atmosphere,” submitted to Climatic Change, November 2003.
  • Blouch, J.D., J.Y. Chen, and C.K. Law, “A Joint Scalar PDF Study of Nonpremixed Hydrogen Ignition,” Combustion and Flame, Vol. 135, pp. 209-225.
  • Chiesa, Paolo, Stefano Consonni, Thomas Kreutz, and Robert Williams, “Co-production of Hydrogen, Electricity, and CO2 from Coal with Commercially Ready Technology. Part A: Performance and Emissions”, submitted to the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
  • Consonni, S., F. Vigano, “Decarbonized Hydrogen and Electricity from Natural Gas,” submitted to International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.
  • DeLaquil, P., Chen Wenying, and E.D. Larson, “Modeling China’s Energy Future,” Energy for Sustainable Development, VII(4), December 2003. (Originally prepared for Workshop on Coal Gasification for Clean and Secure Energy convened by Task Force on Energy Strategies and Technologies, China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, Beijing, 25-26 August 2003).
  • Duke, R. “Clean energy technology buydowns: economic theory, analytical tools, and the photovoltaics Case,” Ph.D. thesis for WWS, Princeton University, November 2002.
  • Duke, R., R.H. Williams, and A. Payne, 2004: “Accelerating Residential PV Expansion: Demand Analysis for Competitive Electricity Markets,” to be published in Energy Policy.
  • Goldemberg, J., T.B. Johansson, A.K.N. Reddy, and R.H. Williams, 2001: “Energy for the New Millenium,” Ambio, 30 (6): 330-337, September (Volvo Environment Prize article).
  • Keith, David W., J. F. DeCarolis, D. C. Denkenberger, D.H. Lenschow, S. L. Malyshev, S. W. Pacala, and P. J. Rasch. 2003. The Influence of Large-scale Wind-power on Global Climate. (Submitted to Science. 8 October 2003). Kreutz, T.G., Robert Williams, Stefano Consonni, and Paolo Chiesa, “Co-production of Hydrogen, Electricity, and CO2 from Coal with Commercially Ready Technology. Part B: Economic Analysis”, submitted to the Int. Journal of Hydrogen Energy.
  • Kreutz, T.G., R. H. Williams, R. H. Socolow, P. Chiesa, G. Lozza, “Production of Hydrogen and Electricity of Coal with CO2 Capture,” Proceeding of the 6th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-6), September 30-October 4, 2002, Kyoto Japan.
  • Kwon, O.C. and C.K. Law, “Effects of Hydrocarbon Substitution on Atmosphere Hydrogen-Air Propagation,” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, in press.
  • Kwon, O.C., G. Rozenchan and C.K. Law, “Cellular Instabilities and Self-Acceleration of Outwardly Propagating Spherical Flames,” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 29, pp. 1775-1784 (2002).
  • Larson, E.D. (guest editor), Energy for Sustainable Development, second special issue on modernized biomass energy, V(1), March 2001, 82 pp.
  • Larson, E.D., S. Consonni, and R. Katofsky, “A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Black Liquor Gasification Combined Cycle Systems,” in Proceedings of the Fall Technical Conference, Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Atlanta, October 2003.
  • Larson, E.D., S. Consonni, and R. Katofsky, “A Cost-Benefit Assessment of Biomass Gasification Power Generation in the Pulp and Paper Industry, Final Report,” Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University, 8 October 2003, 179 pp.
  • Larson, E.D., P. DeLaquil, Wu Zongxin, Chen Wenying, and Gao Pengfei, “Exploring Implications To 2050 Of Energy-Technology Options For China,” Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Gayle and Kaya (eds), Elsevier Science, Oxford, UK, 2003, pp. 881-887.
  • Larson, E.D., R. Hosier, C. Page, “Hydrogen Fuel- Cell Buses for Megacities of Developing Countries,” Sustainable Development International, Spring 2002 edition, pp. 99-104.
  • Larson, E.D. and T.B. Johansson, “Future Demands on Forests as a Source of Energy,” chapter 9 in Forests in a Full World, G.M. Woodwell (ed.), Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 2001, pp. 111- 160.
  • Larson , E.D. and T. Ren, “Synthetic Fuels Production by Indirect Coal Liquefaction,” Energy for Sustainable Development, VII(4), December 2003. (Originally prepared for Workshop on Coal Gasification for Clean and Secure Energy convened by Task Force on Energy Strategies and Technologies, China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, Beijing, 25-26 August 2003).
  • Larson, E.D., R.H. Williams, M.R.L.V. Leal, “A Review of Biomass Integrated-Gasifier/Gas Turbine Combined Cycle Technology and its Application in Sugarcane Industries, with an Analysis for Cuba,” Energy for Sustainable Development, V(1), March 2001, pp 54-76.
  • Larson, E.D., Z. Wu, P. DeLaquil, W. Chen, and P. Gao, “Future Implications of China’s Energy- Technology Choices,” Energy Policy, 31(12): 1149- 1204, 2003.
  • Larson, E.D. and Li Zheng (guest co-editors), Energy for Sustainable Development special issue with papers from the Workshop on Coal Gasification for Clean and Secure Energy (convened by the Task Force on Energy Strategies and Technologies, China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, Beijing, 25-26 August 2003), VII(4), December 2003, 150 pp.
  • Law, R. M., Y.-H. Chen, K. R. Gurney, and TransCom 3 modellers, 2003. TransCom 3 CO2 inversion intercomparison: 2. Sensitivity of annual mean results to data choices. Tellus, 55B (2): 580- 595.
  • Li, Y. Penn State, fall 2002, M.S. thesis “International burden sharing of carbon control as the purchase of a global public good”, Department of Energy, Environmental and Mineral Economics
  • Li , J., X. Zhuang, P. DeLaquil, and E.D. Larson, “Biomass Energy in China and its Potential,” Energy for Sustainable Development, V(4), December 2001, pp. 66-80.
  • Ming, Y., “Influence of health-based policy on climate”, part of Ph.D. thesis for Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
  • Ogden , J.M. and E.D. Larson, “Buying Down the Cost of Fuel Cells with Hydrogen Fueled Fleet Vehicles,” poster paper presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of the National Hydrogen Association, Washington, DC, 6-8 March, 2001.
  • Ogden, J.M., R.H. Williams, and E.D. Larson, “Societal Lifecycle Costs of Cars with Alternative Fuels/Engines,” Energy Policy, 32: 7-27, 2004 (forthcoming).
  • Ogden, J.M., Thomas G. Kreutz, Margaret M. Steinbugler, “Fuels For Fuel Cell Vehicles ,” chapter in Technology, Humans and Society, edited by Richard Dorf, Academic Press, 2001.
  • Payne, A., R. Duke, and R.H. Williams, 2001: “Accelerating Residential PV Expansion: Supply Analysis for Competitive Electricity Markets: Supply Analysis, Energy Policy, 29: 787-800. Schneider, L.C., A.P. Kinzig, E.D. Larson, and S.A. Solorzano, “Method for Spatially-Explicit Calculations of Potential Biomass Yields and Assessment of Land Availability for Biomass Energy Production in Northeastern Brazil,” Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment, 84(3):207-226, 2001.
  • TFEST (Task Force on Energy Strategies and Technologies), 2003: “Transforming Coal for Sustainability: a Strategy for China,” Energy for Sustainable Development, VII (4): 21-30.
  • Wang, G., P. DeLaquil, T. Yin, and E.D. Larson, “Biomass Gasification for Combined Heat And Power in Jilin Province, People’s Republic of China,” prepared for the 10th Biennial Bioenergy Conference, Boise, Idaho, 22-26 Sept. 2002.
  • Williams, R.H., 2001: “Addressing Challenges to Sustainable Development with Innovative Energy Technologies in a Competitive Electric Industry,” Energy for Sustainable Development, V (2): 48-73, June.
  • Willams, R.H., 2001: “Toward Zero Emissions from Coal in China,” Energy for Sustainable Development, V (4): 39-65, December.
  • Williams, R.H., 2002: “Nuclear and Alternative Energy Supply Options for an Environmentally Constrained World: a Long-Term Perspective,” Chapter 6, pp. 85-122, in Nuclear Power and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons: Can We Have One Without the Other?, P. Leventhal, S. Tanzer, and S. Dolley, eds., Brassey’s, Washington, DC, 340 pp.
  • Willams, R.H., 2002: “Facilitating Widespread Deployment of Wind and Photovoltaic Technologies,” pp. 19-30, 2001 Annual Report of the Energy Foundation (available at www.ef.org)]
  • Williams, R.H., 2003: “Toward Zero Emissions for Transportation Using Fossil Fuels,” pp. 63-103, in Proceedings of the VIII Biennial Asilomar Conference on Transportation, Energy, and Environmental Policy: Managing Transitions, K.S. Kurani and D. Sperling (eds.), Transportation Research Board: Washington, DC, 284 pp.
  • Williams, R.H., 2003: “Decarbonized Fossil Energy Carriers and Their Energy Technological Competitors,” pp. 119-135, in Proceedings of the Workshop on Carbon Capture and Storage of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, published by ECN (Energy Research Center of The Netherlands), 18-21 November, 178 pp.
  • Williams, R.H. and E.D. Larson, “A Comparison of Direct and Indirect Liquefaction Technologies for Making Fluid Fuels from Coal,” Energy for Sustainable Development, VII(4), December 2003. (Originally prepared for Workshop on Coal Gasification for Clean and Secure Energy convened by Task Force on Energy Strategies and Technologies, China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, Beijing, 25-26 August 2003).
  • Wu, Z., P. DeLaquil, E.D. Larson, W. Chen, and P. Gao, “Future Implications of China’s Energy- Technology Choices: Summary of a Report to the Working Group on Energy Strategies and Technologies,” Energy for Sustainable Development, V(4), December 2001, pp. 19-31.
  • Wu, Z., P. DeLaquil, E.D. Larson, W. Chen, and P. Gao, Future Implications of China’s Energy- Technology Choices, prepared for the Working Group on Energy Strategies and Technologies of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, 24 July 2001, 50 pp.
  • Yuan , J., S.D. Tse and C.K. Law, “Dynamics of Flame Ball Formation from Localized Ignition: Effects of Elevated Pressure and Temperature,”Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 29, pp. 2501-2508, (2002).
  • Zheng, H., Li, Z., Ni, W., Larson, E.D., and Ren, T., “Case Study of a Coal Gasification-Based Energy Supply System for China,” Energy for Sustainable Development, VII(4), December 2003. (Originally prepared for Workshop on Coal Gasification for Clean and Secure Energy convened by Task Force on Energy Strategies and Technologies, China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, Beijing, 25-26 August 2003).
  • Zheng, X.L., J.D. Blouch, D.L. Zhu, T.G. Kreutz, and C.K. Law, “Ignition of Premixed Hydrogen/Air in Heated Counterflow,” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 29, pp. 1637-1644 (2002).
  • Zheng, X.L. and C.K. Law, “Ignition of Premixed Hydrogen/Air by Heated Counterflow under Reduced and Elevated Pressures,” Combustion and Flame, in press.