Publication detail

CO2 absorption to the NaOH solution using pilot-plant wet shower scrubber

KRIŠTOF, O. SVĚRÁK, T. KEJÍK, P. BULEJKO, P. SIKOROVÁ, K.

Original Title

CO2 absorption to the NaOH solution using pilot-plant wet shower scrubber

English Title

CO2 absorption to the NaOH solution using pilot-plant wet shower scrubber

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

In recent years, reducing gaseous pollutant emissions caused by human activities has become a hotly-debated issue due to these pollutants' effect on climate change. Absorption processes are one of many possible solutions, and are attractive because of their relatively low technology requirements, financial cost, and construction impact. This paper details the separation of gaseous pollutants from a polluted gas mixture using the ZK 400 pilot-plant wet shower scrubber. The effectiveness of the chemisorption of carbon dioxide into an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide depended on flow rates of the absorbent. Winkler's volumetric acid-base titration method was used to analyse the sample due to its favourable instrumentation requirements. The data obtained from the experiment imply that using this type of scrubber for separating gaseous pollutants is appropriate and effective. The scrubber's 450 dm3/h flow rate was observed to have the most efficient carbon dioxide chemisorption efficiency.

English abstract

In recent years, reducing gaseous pollutant emissions caused by human activities has become a hotly-debated issue due to these pollutants' effect on climate change. Absorption processes are one of many possible solutions, and are attractive because of their relatively low technology requirements, financial cost, and construction impact. This paper details the separation of gaseous pollutants from a polluted gas mixture using the ZK 400 pilot-plant wet shower scrubber. The effectiveness of the chemisorption of carbon dioxide into an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide depended on flow rates of the absorbent. Winkler's volumetric acid-base titration method was used to analyse the sample due to its favourable instrumentation requirements. The data obtained from the experiment imply that using this type of scrubber for separating gaseous pollutants is appropriate and effective. The scrubber's 450 dm3/h flow rate was observed to have the most efficient carbon dioxide chemisorption efficiency.

Keywords

sprinkle head, carbon dioxide, sodium hydroxide

Released

23.08.2014

ISBN

978-80-02-02555-9

Book

21st International Congress of Chemical Engineering CHISA 2014 and 17th Conference PRES 2014, 23 - 27 August 2014, Praha, Czech Republic, Czech Society of Chemical Engineering

BibTex


@misc{BUT112532,
  author="Ondřej {Krištof} and Tomáš {Svěrák} and Pavel {Kejík} and Pavel {Bulejko} and Kateřina {Mayerová}",
  title="CO2 absorption to the NaOH solution using pilot-plant wet shower scrubber",
  annote="In recent years, reducing gaseous pollutant emissions caused by human activities has become a 
hotly-debated issue due to these pollutants' effect on climate change. Absorption processes are one of many possible solutions, and are attractive because of their relatively low technology requirements, financial cost, and construction impact.
This paper details the separation of gaseous pollutants from a polluted gas mixture using the ZK 400 
pilot-plant wet shower scrubber. The effectiveness of the chemisorption of carbon dioxide into an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide depended on flow rates of the absorbent. Winkler's volumetric acid-base titration method was used to analyse the sample due to its favourable instrumentation requirements.
The data obtained from the experiment imply that using this type of scrubber for separating gaseous pollutants is appropriate and effective.  The scrubber's 450 dm3/h flow rate was observed to have the most efficient carbon dioxide chemisorption efficiency.
",
  booktitle="21st International Congress of Chemical Engineering CHISA 2014 and 17th Conference PRES 2014, 23 - 27 August 2014, Praha, Czech Republic, Czech Society of Chemical Engineering",
  chapter="112532",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2014",
  month="august",
  type="abstract"
}