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URN etd-0905112-212525 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2091 times. Download 317 times. Author Wang-Chi Chuang Author's Email Address No Public. Department Chemical Engineering Year 2011 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 112 Title Experimental Studies of Modified Limestone for CO2 Capture in Multiple Calcination/Carbonation Cycles Keyword sol-gel synthesis method hydration limestone calcium oxide carbon dioxide calcination carbonation carbonation calcination carbon dioxide calcium oxide limestone hydration sol-gel synthesis method Abstract The domestic limestone, which comes from eastern Taiwan, is modified with the pyroligneous acid (PA), the sol-gel-like method and cesium-doped calcium oxide to determine the carbon dioxide capture capacity in multiple calcination/carbonation cycles. The fixed-bed operation was employed to examine the carbon dioxide capture ability. Repetitive calcination/carbonation reaction with the hydration treatment was also operated to enhance the reactivity and durability of the sorbents for carbon dioxide capture. Conversions for the repetitive calcination/carbonation reaction of modified limestone were evaluated under different operating conditions. The empirical model for the decay of the carbon dioxide capture capacity from the previous investigation was presented in comparison with the experimental results. Advisor Committee Rong-Chi Wang - advisor
Lii-Ping Leu - co-chair
Tai-Shang Chen - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2012-07-26 Date of Submission 2012-09-06