Experimental and process modelling study of integration of a micro-turbine with an amine plant
AuthorsAgbonghae, Elvis O.
Finney, Karen N.
Font Palma, Carolina
Hughes, Kevin J.
AffiliationUniversity of Leeds
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AbstractAn integrated model of a micro-turbine coupled to a CO2 capture plant has been developed with Aspen Plus, and validated with experimental data obtained from a Turbec T100 microturbine at the PACT facilities in the UKCCS Research Centre, Beighton, UK. Monoethanolamine (MEA) was used as solvent and experimental measurements from the CO2 capture plant have been used to validate the steady-state model developed with Aspen Plus®. The optimum liquid/gas ratio and the lean CO2 loading for 90% CO2 capture has been quantified for flue gases with CO2 concentrations ranging from 3 to 8 mol%.
CitationAgbonghae, E. O., Best, T., Finney, K. N., Palma, C. F., Hughes, K. J., & Pourkashanian, M. (2014). Experimental and process modelling study of integration of a micro-turbine with an amine plant. Energy Procedia, 63, 1064-1073.
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