Energy Reports | VOL. 6

Simulation of carbon dioxide capture for industrial applications

Publication Date Feb 1, 2020


Abstract Carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere are drastically increased due to fossil fuel-based power plants and different kinds of industrial processes. Carbon capture is essential to maintain a better environment. Flue gas emissions from the coal-fired power plant, gas-fired power plant, cement manufacturing industry as well as the aluminium production industry are considered for the present study. Carbon dioxide capture model is developed and implemented in Aspen Plus to calculate the regeneration energy requirement. The regeneration energy requirement in the stripping process in the carbon capture is calculated as 3634, 3781, 3229 and 3085 kJ/kg respectively for coal, gas, cement, and aluminium production process flue gas treating.

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Kinds Of Industrial Processes
Cement Manufacturing Industry
Carbon Capture
Flue Gas Emissions
Gas-fired Power Plant
Carbon Dioxide Capture
Coal-fired Power Plant
Power Plant
Stripping Process
Aspen Plus

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