47 Carbon Dioxide Capture from Power Generation I

Monday, November 17, 2014: 8:30 AM
M101 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Carbon dioxide capture and sequestration are key components of all realistic climate change mitigation strategies. Fossil fuel based power generation produces large amounts of carbon dioxide at fixed locations and in relatively concentrated form. Capture of carbon dioxide from these sources is a logical first step in the process of reducing overall carbon release. The session will explore capture of carbon dioxide from conventional power generation sources as well as advance gasification systems.

Advanced Fossil Energy Utilization
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)

David Hopkinson
Email: David.Hopkinson@NETL.DOE.GOV

Ruth E. Baltus
Email: baltus@clarkson.edu

David Luebke
Email: David.Luebke@netl.doe.gov

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

8:30 AM
(47a) The Secarb Integrated CO2 Capture, Transportation and Storage Project
Gerald Hill, Richard Esposito, Richard Rhudy, Robert Trautz and George J. Koperna Jr.
File available
9:50 AM
(47e) Bench-Scale Evaluation of a Post-Combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture Process Enabled By a Combination of Low-Energy Solvents, Enzymes and Vacuum Regeneration
Sonja Salmon, Alan House, Kun Liu, Guojie Qi, Reynolds A. Frimpong, Kunlei Liu, Charles J. Freeman, Mark Bearden, David Fitzgerald and Jonathan Slater

10:10 AM
(47f) Drop Size Measurements of Loaded Amine Solvents for CO2 Capture Applications
Yash Tamhankar, Brett King, James R. Whiteley, Mike Resetarits, Tony Cai and Clint P. Aichele