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Adaptive Mesh Refinement Large Eddy Simulation of the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Round Turbulent Jet

We simulate turbulent sCO2 jets in this research in order to gain a better understanding of these physics. We use a second order finite volume method with adaptive mesh refinement, which is included in the first-principles simulation code PeleC to conduct a Large Eddy Simulation of three turbulent jets of sCO2 jets to gain a better understanding of these physics. To get a larger Eddy simulation of three turbulent jets of sCO2 jetsCO2 jets of physics. In addition, we use the Soave-Redlich-Kwong equation of state to shut the system down and explore the effect of a cubic equation of state on turbulent flow physics.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1885592


Why Terminology Matters for Successful Rollout of Carbon Dioxide Utilization Technologies

Policy is currently required for carbon dioxide recycling techniques to achieve their full sustainability potential. On the other hand, the present article reveals that terminology in the field of CO2 utilization technologies is increasingly used ineffective ways, and that different terms such as CCU, CCUS, or CDR can have different meanings and contexts. In order to start and sustain a goal-oriented and knowledge-based discussion on CO2 utilization technologies in the future, actors in the field are encouraged to question their own terms of usage and determine its accuracy.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1873663


Carbon dioxide capture system and method with mass transfer contactor

Multiple feed locations spaced along the flow axis are provided with a heat exchange feed channel. The heat exchange fluid is delivered from the heat exchange channel to multiple heat exchange channels. At least one heat exchange bypass channel can be extended beyond the multiple feed locations for the heat exchange fluids to additional heat exchange channels located downstream from the multiple feed locations for the heat exchange channels.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1860036


A combined biological and chemical flue gas utilization system towards carbon dioxide capture from coal-fired power plants (Final Report)

If algal technologies are commercially adopted, the footprint for using algae to capture CO 2 emitted from carbon-intensive industrial processes is extremely large, posing significant technological and economic challenges that must be overcome. In particular, amino acids from algal protein can be used to create amino acid salt solutions that have been shown to be very effective at trapping CO2.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1808642


Development of Oxy-fuel Combustion Turbines with CO 2 Dilution for Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (sCO 2 ) Based Power Cycles - Phase I Topical Final Report

Carbon Dioxide power cycles, as a result of the energy industry's advancing technology, providing a more efficient heat source energy conversion for traditional and alternative energy sources. The team represents world leaders in sCO 2 power generation and has received numerous Department of Energy and industry-funded grants to install pilot scale sCO 2 power cycle component and system level equipment, as well as MW scale pilot plants.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/1788074

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