Evaluation of the Performance and Economic Viability of a Novel Low Temperature Carbon Capture Process
Diego, Maria Elena
AffiliationPMW Technology Limited; University of Sheffield; University of Chester
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AbstractA novel Advanced Cryogenic Carbon Capture (A3C) process is being developed due to its potential to achieve high CO2 capture efficiencies using low cost but high intensity heat transfer to deliver a much reduced energy consumption and process equipment size. These characteristics, along with the absence of process chemicals, offer the potential for application across a range of sectors. This work presents a techno-economic evaluation for applications ranging from 3% to 30% CO2 content.
CitationLychnos, G., Clements, A., Willson, P., Font-Palma, C., Diego, M. E., Pourkashanian, M. & Howe, J. (2018). Evaluation of the Performance and Economic Viability of a Novel Low Temperature Carbon Capture Process. Paper presented at 14th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference Melbourne 21-26 October 2018 (GHGT-14)
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