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Estimating CO2 Emission Reduction of Non-capture CO2 Utilization (NCCU) Technology
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  • Journal title : Korean Chemical Engineering Research
  • Volume 53, Issue 5,  2015, pp.590-596
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • DOI : 10.9713/kcer.2015.53.5.590
 Title & Authors
Estimating CO2 Emission Reduction of Non-capture CO2 Utilization (NCCU) Technology
Lee, Ji Hyun; Lee, Dong Woog; Gyu, Jang Se; Kwak, No-Sang; Lee, In Young; Jang, Kyung Ryoung; Choi, Jong-shin; Shim, Jae-Goo;
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 Abstract
Estimating potential of emission reduction of non-capture utilization (NCCU) technology was evaluated. NCCU is sodium bicarbonate production technology through the carbonation reaction of contained in the flue gas. For the estimating the emission reduction, process simulation using process simulator (PRO/II) based on a chemical plant which could handle of 100 tons per day was performed, Also for the estimation of the indirect reduction, the solvay process which is a conventional technology for the production of sodium carbonate/sodium bicarbonate, was studied. The results of the analysis showed that in case of the solvay process, overall emission was estimated as 48,862 ton per year based on the energy consumption for the production of (). While for the NCCU technology, the direct reduction through the carbonation was estimated as 36,500 ton per year and the indirect reduction through the lower energy consumption was 46,885 ton per year which lead to 83,385 ton per year in total. From these results, it could be concluded that sodium bicarbonate production technology through the carbonation reaction of contained in the flue was energy efficient and could be one of the promising technology for the low emission technology.
 Keywords
Non-capture utilization(NCCU);Carbonation; Emission;Solvay process;
 Language
Korean
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