Development of chemical CO2 solvent for high-pressure CO 2 capture

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To develop high performance chemical CO2 solvents for high-pressure CO2 capture, we have evaluated several tertiary amine solutions on CO2 absorption and desorption rates and CO2 loading-differences under high-pressure conditions, and also their CO 2 absorption heats have been measured. High performance CO 2 solvents, RH-1, RH-2 series, and RH-3 series, that are regenerable under high CO2 partial pressure conditions have been developed. These developed CO2 solvents are able to recover CO2 under higher pressure than that of supplied CO2. RH-3c is estimated to reduce the total energy for CO2 capture process, including compression process, to 1.2 GJ/t-CO2. © 2013 The Author.




Yamamoto, S., Machida, H., Fujioka, Y., & Higashii, T. (2013). Development of chemical CO2 solvent for high-pressure CO 2 capture. In Energy Procedia (Vol. 37, pp. 505–517). Elsevier Ltd.

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