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Improvement of Post-combustion CO2 Capture Process using Mechanical Vapor Recompression
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 Title & Authors
Improvement of Post-combustion CO2 Capture Process using Mechanical Vapor Recompression
Jeong, Yeong Su; Jung, Jaeheum; Han, Chonghun;
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 Abstract
In order to reduce the anthropogenic emission of greenhouse gases, CCS technology has emerged as the most promising and practical solution. Among CCS technology, post-combustion capture is known as the most mature and effective process to remove from power plant, but its energy consumption for chemical solvent regeneration still remains as an obstacle for commercialization. In this study, a process alternative integrating capture with compression process is proposed which not only reduces the amount of thermal energy required for solvent regeneration but also produces at an elevated pressure.
 Keywords
post-combustion capture;mechanical vapor recompression;carbon capture and storage;process integration;
 Language
Korean
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