Design, Construction and Operation Of A High Pressure Flow Loop Reactor For Carbon Sequestration

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The Department of Energy’s Albany Research Center has been exploring the possibility of direct mineral carbonation as a means of sequestering carbon dioxide. As part of this research, a three-phase flow through reactor capable of operating at 200°C and 2500 psia was built. The reactor is a plug flow reactor with continuous and complete recycle. The results from this reactor may be used to design a larger and truly continuous flow reactor. This paper describes the design, construction and operation of this reactor. The extent of reaction, pressure drop across the pump and static mixers were measured at various test ... continued below

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Gerdemann, Stephen J., Penner, Larry R. November 1, 2003.

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The Department of Energy’s Albany Research Center has been exploring the possibility of direct mineral carbonation as a means of sequestering carbon dioxide. As part of this research, a three-phase flow through reactor capable of operating at 200°C and 2500 psia was built. The reactor is a plug flow reactor with continuous and complete recycle. The results from this reactor may be used to design a larger and truly continuous flow reactor. This paper describes the design, construction and operation of this reactor. The extent of reaction, pressure drop across the pump and static mixers were measured at various test conditions. The extent of reaction was then compared to the results achievable in an autoclave.

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  • Annual Meeting AIChE Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov. 16-22, 2003

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Gerdemann, Stephen J., Penner, Larry R. Design, Construction and Operation Of A High Pressure Flow Loop Reactor For Carbon Sequestration, article, November 1, 2003; Albany, Oregon. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc881590/: accessed August 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.