Carbon Geo-Sequestration: Equilibar used in Supercritical CO2 research

Carbon Geo-Sequestration Research

Equilibar used in Supercritical CO2 Application

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Researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra are using an Equilibar® Back Pressure Regulator to study granular materials, complex networks, and rock or natural porous media with the goal of developing better ways to sequester carbon dioxide emissions. The research focuses on deciphering the complexity of these materials by understanding the relationships between geometry/topology and the underlying laws of physics working at the micro-scale.

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