address : Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Soltofts Plads 229-DTU
Technical University of Denmark
DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Approval date : 11/10/2006
Center for Energy Resources Engineering (CERE) is Denmark’s leading research center in the areas of EOR, flow assurance, CCS and petroleum geoscience. With an excellent track record and international reputation CERE uniquely combines strong competences from several academic fields. Most of our many diverse research projects are conducted in collaboration with one or more members of the CERE Consortium – a group of 29 leading companies in the field.
CERE is an independent, university based, research unit with more than 30 years of expertise in the field. The CERE co-workers are a mix of internationally renowned scientists and the sharpest young talents from different scientific communities around the group. The research center unites experience with unique talent and educates tomorrow’s scientists and engineers. The education and training of MSc and doctoral students are some of the most important aspects of CERE’s activities.
CAPE-OPEN related activities:
CERE has a long history of developing CAPE-OPEN PMCs including:
- CPA – an advanced model that is an extension of the SRK equation of state
- PC-SAFT – a model that like CPA accounts for association phenomena
- PT-flash – that allows the user to choose any of the thermodynamic models of the given process simulator
- CAPCO2: a unit operation
Bjørn MARIBO-MOGENSEN attended the CAPE-OPEN 2013 Annual Meeting and presented on how CAPE-OPEN helps with dissemination of their research consortium project.
Communications in meetings not organized by CO-LaN:
Articles in scientific journals:
M. P. Breil, G. M. Kontogeorgis, N. von Solms, E. H. Stenby, CAPE-OPEN: An International Standard for Process Simulation, Chemical Engineering, December 2007, p. 52-55