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Last Updated: 28 April 2022

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Midstream on a chip: ensuring safe carbon dioxide transportation for carbon capture and storage.

To prevent pipeline blockages, more research into the carbon dioxide water content must be conducted in order to increase throughput and confidence in the hydrate phase equilibria results. Both model predictions and published literature data in the gas region were consistent with this research, as well as sample and archive data; however, after carbon dioxide was converted to liquid, the results from this research showed a poor function of pressure, similar to model predictions and other existing data sets. Literature discrepancies among literature results can be traced to metastable phases present in the equilibrium cells, as the results are typically collected in the carbon dioxide near the dew point and near the hydrate phase transition.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35315861


Carbonic anhydrase to boost CO 2 sequestration: Improving carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS).

Capture Utilization and Storage is a fundamental tool to combat climate change, and absorption, which may be one of the key goals toward achieving this target. In nature, carbonic anhydrase converts the CO 2 hydration to bicarbonates. CA utilization has shown a potential to rise as a promising catalyst for CCUS applications, with the creation of novel biotechnological routes that can compete with traditional CO 2 absorption techniques. CA increases both kinetics and CO 2 absorption yields under different absorption techniques, as well as reduced energy consumption. Additionally, new solvents analysis has found potential candidates for integration with CA in CO 2 capture, and technology-economic evaluations have revealed that CA can be a way to increase the competitiveness of alternative CO 2 absorption methods with lower environmental costs, as shown by the same results.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35364080


An optimization approach for designing carbon capture utilization and storage supply chain infrastructure with a multi-criterion decision making problem

While considering the true geographic locations of CO 2 sources, use/storage sinks, and various CO 2-based products, the goal is to establish the highest CCUS configuration pathways. The target is a multi-objective mixed-integer linear programming problem in which two goals are balanced. Implementing the -constraint technique, a two-dimensional Pareto front is constructed.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR468690

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