Analysis of the Influence of Post-Combustion CO2 Capture on the Performance of Fossil Power Plants
- Analysis of the Influence of Post-Combustion CO2 Capture on the Performance of Fossil Power Plants
- 탁상현; 김동섭; 장영수; 이대영; 김민성
- Post-combustion CO2capture; MEA; Coal-fired Steam Power Plant; Natural Gas-fired Combined Cycle; Power Plant
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- VOL 22, NO 8, 545-552
- Research and development efforts to reduce CO2 emission are in progress to cope with global warming. CO2 emission from fossil fuel fired power plants is a major greenhouse gas source and the post-combustion CO2 capture is considered as a short or medium term option to reduce CO2 emissions. In this study, the application of the post-combustion CO2 capture system, which is based on chemical absorption and stripping processes, to typical fossil fuel fired power plants was investigated. A coal fired plant and a natural gas fired combined cycle plant were selected. Performance of the MEA-based CO2 capture system combined with power plants was analyzed and overall plant performance including the energy consumption of the CO2 capture process was investigated.
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