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Publications Database - List of capture publications

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type    July, 2020

CCP Project Factsheet

Testing Piperazine solvent for capturing CO2 from flue gas

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type    January, 2019

CCP Project Factsheet

3D-Printed materials for boosting sorbent-based CO2 capture

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type    October, 2018

Capture programme poster

GHGT-14 Overview poster

Provides an overview of the work conducted by the Capture team. Presented at GHGT-14, Melbourne, Australia.

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type    April, 2016

CCP Project Factsheet

Oxy-Fuel Once Through Steam Generators (OTSG) Pilot Test

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type    September, 2013

CCP Project Factsheet

Oxy-Combustion Fluid Catalytic Cracking Demonstration Field Testing of CO2 Capture Technology for Oil Refineries

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type    November, 2012

Oxy-combustion Technology Development for Fluid Catalytic Crackers (FCC) – Large pilot scale demonstration

Leonardo F. de Mello (Petrobras), Rodrigo Gobbo (Petrobras), Gustavo T. Moure (Petrobras), Ivano Miracca (eni)

Provides a summary of the technical aspects of the CCP FCC field demonstration.

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type    November, 2012

Capture programme poster

GHGT-11 Overview poster

Provides an overview of the status and prospects of the Capture programme. Presented at GHGT-11, Kyoto, Japan.

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type    October, 2010

Oxy Fuel Poster

GHGT-10 Technical poster

Provides an overview of Oxy-Fuel CO2 Capture for In-Situ Bitumen Extraction from Canada’s Oil Sands. Presented at GHGT-10, Amsterdam.

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type    January, 2009

Operating experience with chemical looping combustion in a 120kW dual circulating fluidized bed (DCFB) unit

Philipp Kolbitsch, Tobias Pröll, Johannes Bolhar-Nordenkampf, Hermann Hofbauer

In this study, first operating experience with a 120kW chemical looping pilot rig is presented. The dual circulating fluidized bed reactor system and its auxiliary units are discussed. Two different oxygen carries, i.e. ilmenite, which is a natural iron titanium ore and a designed Ni-based particle, are tested in the CLC unit. The pilot rig is fueled with H2, CO and CH4 respectively at a fuel power of 65-145kW. High solids circulation, very low solids residence time and low solids inventory are observed during operation. Due to the scalability of the design concept, these characteristics should be quite similar to those of commercial CLC power plants. Ilmenite shows a high potential for the combustion of H2 rich gases (e.g. from coal gasification with steam). The H2 conversion is quite high but there is still a high potential for further improvement. The Ni-based oxygen carrier achieves the thermodynamic maximum H2 and CO conversion and also very high CH4 conversion. A variation of the air/fuel ratio and the reaction temperature indicates that the Ni/NiO ratio of the particle has a high influence on the performance of the chemical looping combustor.

© 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Keywords: Carbon capture; Chemical Looping; Scale-Up; Gas-Solids Reactor; Fluidized Bed Systems.

Source: Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conference, 16-20 November 2008

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type    January, 2009

Synthesis gas generation by chemical-looping reforming using a Ni-based oxygen carrier

Luis F. de Diego, María Ortiz, Francisco García-Labiano, Juan Adánez, Alberto Abad, and Pilar Gayán

This work presents the experimental results obtained during auto-thermal chemical looping reforming (CLR) in a 900 Wth circulating fluidized bed reactor using methane as fuel. An oxygen carrier based on NiO and supported on γ-Al2O3 was used during more than 50 hours of operation and the effect of different operating variables, like fuel reactor temperature, H2O/CH4 molar ratio and solid circulation rate, on CH4 conversion and gas product distribution was analyzed. It was found that in all operating conditions CH4 conversion was very high (>98%) and the most important variable affecting to the gas product distribution was the solid circulation rate, that is, NiO/CH4 molar ratio. During operation the oxygen carrier particles maintained their physical and chemical properties. These results suggest that this oxygen carrier could have a high durability, being a suitable oxygen carrier for a CLR system.

© 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Keywords: Chemical looping; Oxygen carrier; Nickel Oxide; Fluidized bed.

Source: Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conference, 16-20 November 2008

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