Editor: Rosa Hilda Chavez

Recent Technologies in Capture of CO2

eBook: US $69 Special Offer (PDF + Printed Copy): US $153
Printed Copy: US $119
Library License: US $276
ISBN: 978-1-60805-925-6 (Print)
ISBN: 978-1-60805-924-9 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2014
DOI: 10.2174/97816080592491140101

Introduction

Recent Technologies in the capture of CO2 provides a comprehensive summary on the latest technologies available to minimize the emission of CO2 from large point sources like fossil-fuel power plants or industrial facilities. This ebook also covers various techniques that could be developed to reduce the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere.

The contents of this book include chapters on oxy-fuel combustion in fluidized beds, gas separation membrane used in post-combustion capture, minimizing energy consumption in CO2 capture processes through process integration, characterization and application of structured packing for CO2 capture, calcium looping technology for CO2 capture and many more.

Recent Technologies in capture of CO2 is a valuable resource for graduate students, process engineers and administrative staff looking for real-case analysis of pilot plants. This eBook brings together the research results and professional experiences of the most renowned work groups in the CO2 capture field.

Contributors

Editor(s):
Rosa Hilda Chavez
National Institute of Nuclear Research
Mexico




Co-Editor(s):
Javier de J. Guadarrama
Toluca Institute of Technology
Mexico




Contributor(s):
J.A. Aspiazu
Accelerators Department
National Institute of Nuclear Research
La Marquesa
Ocoyoacac, 52750
Mexico


A. Aspiazu
National Autonomous University of Mexico
Faculty of Chemistry
Av. Insurgentes Sur 4411 Ed 25-301, Tlalpan D.F.
Mexico


I. Bolea
CIRCE lnstitute
University of Zaragoza
50018-Zaragoza
Spain


F. Bustamante
Environmental Catalysis Research Group, Chemical Engineering Department
Universidad de Antioquia,
Colombia


R.H. Chavez
National Institute of Nuclear Research
Carretera Mexico-Toluca S/N, La Marquesa
Ocoyoacac, 52750
Mexico


J. Guadarrama
Toluca Institute of Technology, Metepec
Mexico, 52140
Mexico


I. Guedea
University of Zaragoza
CIRCE lnstitute
50018-Zaragoza
Spain


A.E. Hoyos
Chemical Engineering Department,
Universidad de Antioquia
Colombia


Y. Lara
CIRCE lnstitute
University of Zaragoza
C/Marino Esquillor Gomez, 15, 50018-Zaragoza
Spain


P. Lisbona
CIRCE lnstitute
University of Zaragoza
C/Marino Esquillor Gomez, 15, 50018-Zaragoza
Spain


C. Lupiañez
CIRCE lnstitute
University of Zaragoza
C/Marino Esquillor Gomez, 15, 50018-Zaragoza
Spain


A. Martínez
CIRCE lnstitute
University of Zaragoza
C/Marino Esquillor Gomez, 15, 50018-Zaragoza
Spain


A. Müller
Laboratory of Fluid Separations, Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering
TU Dortmund University
Denmark


M. Picón
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Guanajuato
Guanajuato, Gto.36050
México


L.M. Romeo
CIRCE lnstitute
University of Zaragoza
C/Marino Esquillor Gomez, 15, 50018-Zaragoza
Spain


A. Salazar
National Institute of Nuclear Research,
La Marquesa
Ocoyoacac, 52750
Mexico


A. E. Torres
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Guanajuato
Guanajuato, Gto.36050,
México


A.L. Villa
Environmental Catalysis Research Group, Chemical Engineering Department
Universidad de Antioquia
Colombia


L. Zhao
Institute of Energy and Climate Research,
Fuel Cells (IEK-3), Leo-Brandt-Straße
Forschungs zentrum Jülich, D-52425 Jülich
Germany




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