• Materials Science
  • Published 2013

Carbon Dioxide Post-Combustion Capture: Solvent Technologies Overview, Status and Future Directions

@inproceedings{AbuZahra2013CarbonDP,
  title={Carbon Dioxide Post-Combustion Capture: Solvent Technologies Overview, Status and Future Directions},
  author={Mohammad R. M. Abu-Zahra and Zeina Abbas and Prachi Singh and Paul Feron and United Arab Emirates and Stoke Orchard and Cheltenham Gl},
  year={2013}
}
One of the most promising approaches to tackle the high emission rate of carbon dioxide is the use of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology. This technology aims at capturing carbon dioxide from power stations and other industrial facilities, compressing, and then transporting it to underground storage locations. Three technological routes for carbon capture from power plants exist: pre-combustion, post-combustion and oxycombustion. Pre-combustion is the removal of the carbon element from… CONTINUE READING

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