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URN etd-0911108-141724 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 4137 times. Download 1887 times. Author Hsi-Yun Chen Author's Email Address No Public. Department Chemical Engineering Year 2007 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 133 Title Removal of CO2 by Continuous Carbonation/Calcination Cycle of Na2CO3 Impregnated on Supports Keyword fluidized bed fixed bed sodium carbonate activated carbon aluminum oxide carbon dioxide carbonation calcination calcination carbonation carbon dioxide aluminum oxide activated carbon sodium carbonate fixed bed fluidized bed Abstract Sodium carbonate in the fixed and fluidized beds was used as the sorbent to capture carbon dioxide and to examine the effects of carbon dioxide sorption capacity and the regeneration of sodium carbonate sorbent in different reaction conditions. Then, the supports such as activated carbon and aluminum oxide were impregnated with different concentrations of sodium carbonate solution and the repetitive carbon dioxide sorption characteristics were observed. The experimental parameters included carbonation temperature, carbonation time, calcination temperature, calcination time, carbon dioxide concentration and the kinds of support with impregnation concentrations of sodium carbonate. Conversions for the carbonation/calcination of sodium carbonate were evaluated under different operating conditions. The empirical models for the decay of the carbon dioxide capture capacity in multiple carbonation/calcination cycles were presented in comparison with the experimental results. Advisor Committee Rong-Chi Wang - advisor
none - co-chair
none - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2008-07-29 Date of Submission 2008-09-11