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Kinetics of the reactive absorption of carbon dioxide in high CO2-loaded, concentrated aqueous monoethanolamine solutions
The kinetics ofthe reaction between carbon dioxide and high CO 2-loaded, concentrated aqueous solutions ofmonoethanolamine (MEA) were investigated over the temperature range from 293 to 333 K, MEAExpand
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Pilot Plant Studies of the CO2 Capture Performance of Aqueous MEA and Mixed MEA/MDEA Solvents at the University of Regina CO2 Capture Technology Development Plant and the Boundary Dam CO2 Capture
Evaluations of the benefits of using a mixed MEA/MDEA solvent for CO2 capture in terms of the heat requirement for solvent regeneration, lean and rich loadings, CO2 production, and solvent stabilityExpand
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Analysis of Monoethanolamine and Its Oxidative Degradation Products during CO2 Absorption from Flue Gases: A Comparative Study of GC-MS, HPLC-RID, and CE-DAD Analytical Techniques and Possible
A comparative study of gas chromatography−mass spectrometry (GC-MS), high-performance liquid chromatography−refractive index detection (HPLC-RID), and capillary electrophoresis−diode array detectionExpand
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Kinetics of sulfur dioxide- and oxygen-induced degradation of aqueous monoethanolamine solution during CO2 absorption from power plant flue gas streams
Abstract Studies of the kinetics of sulfur dioxide (SO2)- and oxygen (O2)-induced degradation of aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) during the absorption of carbon dioxide (CO2) from flue gases derivedExpand
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Crude Oil Chemistry
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Kinetics of the oxidative degradation of aqueous monoethanolamine in a flue gas treating unit
An investigation of the kinetics of the oxidative degradation of aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) was conducted in a 300-mL autoclave in the temperature range 393−443 K and MEA concentration range 2−11Expand
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Integration of post-combustion capture and storage into a pulverized coal-fired power plant
Abstract Post-combustion CO 2 capture and storage (CCS) presents a promising strategy to capture, compress, transport and store CO 2 from a high volume–low pressure flue gas stream emitted from aExpand
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Pathways for the Formation of Products of the Oxidative Degradation of CO2-Loaded Concentrated Aqueous Monoethanolamine Solutions during CO2 Absorption from Flue Gases
Oxidative degradation experiments involving CO2-loaded monoethanolamine (MEA) were performed in a stainless steel rotary-type autoclave with MEA concentrations of 5 and 7 mol/L, O2 pressures of 250Expand
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The genetic algorithm based back propagation neural network for MMP prediction in CO2-EOR process
In this study, a genetic algorithm based back propagation artificial neural network model was developed and used to predict the minimum miscibility pressure, i.e. MMP, for both pure and impure CO2Expand
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Studies of SO2- and O2-Induced Degradation of Aqueous MEA during CO2 Capture from Power Plant Flue Gas Streams
A comprehensive study was conducted to evaluate the contributions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) and oxygen (O2) to the degradation of monoethanolamine (MEA) during CO2 capture from power-plant flue gasExpand
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