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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
Abstract: Wet electrostatic precipitators (WESPs) are considered to be a possible technology for the control of sulfuric acid mist. The performance of a lab-scale WESP was investigated as a precipitator for sulfuric acid aerosol droplets produced under controlled conditions in a pilot plant. It was found that for higher levels of residual SO2 in the flue gas, WESP collection efficiencies were greatly reduced due to aerosol formation inside the WESP. Investigations showed a strong correlation of aerosol emission from the WESP with incoming SO2 concentration and operating voltage. It is suspected that the reactive species produced in the nonthermal plasma of the corona discharge oxidize the SO2 to SO3 which forms sulfuric acid. This causes supersaturation with subsequent homogeneous nucleation and thus aerosol formation.
Laborelec has won a public tender for measuring the efficiency of the back-up diesel engine catalysts of the Port of Antwerp tuck boats. To do so, our experts will perform various emission measurements (NOX, CO, fine dust, NH3, and carbon hydrogen) before and after the catalyst systems. And this at seven different loads of the tuck boats’ backup diesel engines.
The critical factor in winning the public tender was our strong experience with emission measurements and catalyst systems, for instance in power plants.
- Solving distilled water flow instability in Saudi Arabia
- Helping optimize the sustainability of power generation
- Developing and testing a dynamic model for PCCC units (Post-Combustion Carbon Capture
- Study on PCCC emission measurements published in the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
- Measuring gas turbine emissions during start-up and shutdown
- Assisting in the design and commissioning of the first-ever deNOX catalyst for a 100% biomass-fired power plant
- Testing nitrosamine measurement methods for PCCC pilot plants
- Pathogen risk management in water systems