Solid Sorbents for CO2 Capture from Post-Combustion and Pre-Combustion Gas Streams

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A novel liquid impregnated solid sorbent was developed for CO2 removal in the temperature range of ambient to 60 °C for both fixed bed and fluidized bed reactor applications. The sorbent is regenerable at 60-80 °C. Multi-cycle tests conducted in an atmospheric bench scale reactor with simulated flue gas demonstrated that the sorbent retains its CO2 sorption capacity with CO2 removal efficiency of about 99%. A second, novel solid sorbent containing mixture of alkali earth and alkali compounds was developed for CO2 removal at 200-315 °C from high pressure gas streams (i.e., suitable for IGCC systems). The sorbent showed very ... continued below

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Siriwardane, R.V.; Robinson, C. & Stevens, R.W. August 1, 2007.

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A novel liquid impregnated solid sorbent was developed for CO2 removal in the temperature range of ambient to 60 °C for both fixed bed and fluidized bed reactor applications. The sorbent is regenerable at 60-80 °C. Multi-cycle tests conducted in an atmospheric bench scale reactor with simulated flue gas demonstrated that the sorbent retains its CO2 sorption capacity with CO2 removal efficiency of about 99%. A second, novel solid sorbent containing mixture of alkali earth and alkali compounds was developed for CO2 removal at 200-315 °C from high pressure gas streams (i.e., suitable for IGCC systems). The sorbent showed very high capacity for CO2 removal from gas streams containing 28% CO2 at 200 °C and 11.2 atm during lab-scale flow reactor tests as well as regenerability at 375 °C.

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Publisher - in Proceedings of the International Conference on Coal Science and Technology, paper CO2-8C4, 7 pp.

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  • International Conference on Coal Science and Technology (ICCS&T), University of Nottingham, UK, Aug. 28-31, 2007

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  • Report No.: DOE/NETL-IR-2007-192
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  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 915812
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Siriwardane, R.V.; Robinson, C. & Stevens, R.W. Solid Sorbents for CO2 Capture from Post-Combustion and Pre-Combustion Gas Streams, article, August 1, 2007; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc889425/: accessed September 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.