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This project continues to study mercury removal from Oxy-fuel flue gas to reduce the associated costs and risks. It aims to quantify the extent of removal and the impact of impurities (SO 3 and NO x) in the CO 2. This report focuses on removing mercury wi ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) CO2 capture
Post combustion capture of CO 2 in power generation using commercial amines results in a significant efficiency loss (25-30%). Using an aqueous ammonia solvent can reduce this loss because it has nearly double the carrying capacity and 40% lower re-genera ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) CO2 capture
The size and cost of a CO 2 capture plant will be directly related to the absorption and separation properties of the capture solvent used. For power generation purposes, commercially available post combustion capture technology is currently considered us ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) CO2 capture
This University of Newcastle study has confirmed the reactions, mechanisms and processes operating that deliver relatively clean flue-gas (carbon dioxide) for storage from the Callide Oxy-fuel Demonstration. The carbon dioxide processing unit design is sh ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) CO2 capture
With the absence of back-end cleaning Australian flue gases derived from oxy-fuel combustion are expected to have higher levels of contaminants. This report provides an assessment of NO x and NO x /SO x mixture behaviour under pressure in controlled wet a ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
This study by Newcastle University focuses on the impact of coal quality, such as coal impurities, on performance of Oxy-pulverised fuel (PF) technology for CCS. The impurities examined in detail by this research include: sulphur, mercury, nitrogen and ot ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
This Newcastle University report describes a laboratory experimental program that examines gas scrubbing prior to CO 2 compression to remove certain gas impurities. A laboratory-scale well stirred reactor (WSR) is developed to contact continuously flowing ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)