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AMINE EMISSIONS

July 13, 20152 years ago

Effect of a gas–gas-heater on H2SO4 aerosol formation: Implications for mist formation in amine based carbon capture

Authors: Jan Mertens, R. Bruns, B. Schallert, N. Faniel, P. Khakharia, W. Albrecht, E. Goetheer, J. Blondeau, K. Schaber

This study presents the potential of a gas–gas-heater (GGH) to minimise amine emissions.

  • A GGH removes up to 70% of sulphuric acid from the flue gas.
  • A GGH prevents the homogenous nucleation of sulphuric acid into aerosols.
  • Information will serve designing future aerosol emission countermeasures.

More information:

Effect of a gas–gas-heater on H2SO4 aerosol formation: Implications for mist formation in amine based carbon capture

International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control Volume 39, August 2015, Pages 470–477