Experimental and modelling study of advanced aqueous ammonia based post combustion capture process
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The present thesis focuses on the development of a rigorous, rate-based model for CO2 capture and SO2 removal by aqueous NH3. Using the model, an advanced process design is proposed to realise the NH3 recycling and simultaneous capture of CO2 and SO2. Technical and economic assessment are conducted to evaluate the techno-economic performance of the NH3 process and its process improvements integrated with a 650 MW coal fired power station.
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