125 Carbon Dioxide Capture from Power Generation II

Monday, November 9, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
250E (Salt Palace Convention Center)

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.

Advances in Fossil Energy R&D
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)
David Hopkinson Email: David.Hopkinson@NETL.DOE.GOV
Kathryn A. Berchtold Email: berchtold@lanl.gov

12:30 PM
(125a) Lessons Learned from the Secarb Integrated CO2 Capture and Storage Project
Gerald Hill, Kimberly Sams, Jerrad Thomas and Richard Esposito

12:51 PM
(125b) New Advanced Aqueous Amine Solvents for CO2 Capture
Jason E. Bara, David A. Wallace and Max Mittenthal

1:12 PM
(125c) Aminosilicone Carbon Capture Process Development
Tiffany Westendorf, Benjamin Wood and Irina Spiry

1:33 PM
(125d) Anti-Foaming Study for Physical Solvents for Pre-Combustion CO2 Capture
Fan Shi, Jeffrey Culp, Nicholas Siefert and David Hopkinson

1:54 PM
(125e) Molecular Modeling of Non-Aqueous CO2 Capture Solvents
David C. Cantu, Deepika Malhotra, Phillip K. Koech, David J. Heldebrant, Roger Rousseau and Vassiliki-Alexandra Glezakou

2:15 PM

2:36 PM
(125g) Dynamics of Absorption of CO2 into Sprayed Solvents
Yash Tamhankar, Brett King, James R. Whiteley, Tony Cai, Ken C. McCarley, Mike Resetarits and Clint P. Aichele
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