Multi-objective optimisation of a hybrid vacuum swing adsorption and low-temperature post-combustion CO2 capture
Jean Christophe Li Yuen Fong, Clare J Anderson, Gongkui Xiao, Paul A Webley, Andrew FA Hoadley
Journal of Cleaner Production | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2016
In practice, carbon capture processes in CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) consist of two main units: the carbon dioxide (CO ) capture plant and the CO compression unit. This study considered a hybrid capture system that combined both the capture and the compression units. In doing so, the conventional multi-stage CO compression unit was replaced with a low-temperature carbon capture separation and pressurising step. The advantages of replacing the compression unit are two-folds: firstly, the low-temperature separation unit can further purify the CO stream and secondly, it produces liquid CO that can be pumped to the supercritical state required for transportation and sequestration. In or..View full abstract
The author would like to thank the Australian Government for funding this CO<INF>2</INF>CRC program through the CRC program as well as all the CO<INF>2</INF>CRC partners for their support.