publication . Article . 2015

A systematic investigation of the performance of copper-, cobalt-, iron-, manganese- and nickel-based oxygen carriers for chemical looping combustion technology through simulation models

Aidong Yang; Sanjay Mukherjee; Prashant Kumar; Paul S. Fennell;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2015 Journal: Chemical Engineering Science (issn: 00092509, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.
  • Country: United Kingdom
AbstractThe Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle coupled with chemical looping combustion (IGCC-CLC) is one of the most promising technologies that allow generation of cleaner energy from coal by capturing carbon dioxide (CO2). It is essential to compare and evaluate the performances of various oxygen carriers (OC), used in the CLC system; these are crucial for the success of IGCC-CLC technology. Research on OCs has hitherto been restricted to small laboratory and pilot scale experiments. It is therefore necessary to examine the performance of OCs in large-scale systems with more extensive analysis. This study compares the performance of five different OCs – c...
free text keywords: IGCC-CLC process, CO2 capture, Oxygen carriers, Reaction enthalpy, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Applied Mathematics, General Chemistry, General Chemical Engineering, Chemistry(all), Chemical Engineering(all), Cobalt, chemistry.chemical_element, chemistry, Integrated gasification combined cycle, Copper, Waste management, Chemical engineering, Electrical efficiency, Air separation, Chemical looping combustion, Coal, business.industry, business, Manganese
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