Evaluation of the Performance and Economic Viability of a Novel Low Temperature Carbon Capture Process

4 Pages Posted: 15 Apr 2019 Last revised: 27 Oct 2020

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George Lychnos

PMW Technology Limited

Alastair Clements

University of Sheffield - Faculty of Engineering

Paul Willson

PMW Technology LTD

Carolina Font-Palma

University of Chester

Maria Elena Diego

University of Sheffield

Mohamed Pourkashanian

University of Sheffield - Department fo Mechanical Engineering

Joseph Howe

University of Chester - Department of Chemical Engineering

Abstract

A novel Advanced Cryogenic Carbon Capture (A3C) process is being developed due to its potential to achieve high CO2 capture efficiencies using low cost but high intensity heat transfer to deliver a much reduced energy consumption and process equipment size. These characteristics, along with the absence of process chemicals, offer the potential for application across a range of sectors. This work presents a techno-economic evaluation for applications ranging from 3% to 30% CO2 content.

Keywords: Alternative gas seperation principles, GHGT-14

Suggested Citation

Lychnos, George and Clements, Alastair and Willson, Paul and Font Palma, Carolina and Diego, Maria Elena and Pourkashanian, Mohamed and Howe, Joseph, Evaluation of the Performance and Economic Viability of a Novel Low Temperature Carbon Capture Process. 14th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference Melbourne 21-26 October 2018 (GHGT-14) , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3365852 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3365852

George Lychnos

PMW Technology Limited ( email )

PMW Technology Limited, Thornton Science Park, Gat
Pool Lane
Ince, CH2 4NU
United Kingdom

Alastair Clements

University of Sheffield - Faculty of Engineering ( email )

17 Mappin Street
Sheffield
United Kingdom

Paul Willson

PMW Technology LTD

PMW Technology Limited, Thornton Science Park, Gat
Pool Lane
Ince, CH2 4NU
United Kingdom

Carolina Font Palma (Contact Author)

University of Chester ( email )

Chester, CH2 4NU
United Kingdom

Maria Elena Diego

University of Sheffield ( email )

17 Mappin Street
Sheffield, Sheffield S1 4DT
United Kingdom

Mohamed Pourkashanian

University of Sheffield - Department fo Mechanical Engineering ( email )

Sir Frederick Mappin Building
Mappin Street
Sheffield, S1 3JD
United Kingdom

Joseph Howe

University of Chester - Department of Chemical Engineering

Parkgate Road
Chester, CH1 4BJ
United Kingdom

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