CO2 Capture by Sub-Ambient Membrane Operation
Project No.: DE-FE0004278/FE0013163
American Air Liquide, Inc. will develop a system for CO2 capture based on sub-ambient temperature operation of a hollow fiber membrane. The membrane will be coupled with cryogenic processing technology in a closed-loop, bench scale test system that will initially be tested on synthetic flue gas and then on actual flue gas at the National Carbon Capture Center to verify the effect of possible contaminants, such as SOx, NOx and water, on membrane performance. Experimental results will be used to refine the integrated process simulation and to design a slipstream facility. Other objectives of the project are to demonstrate high selectivity and permeance performance with a commercial scale membrane module in a bench-scale test skid, verify mechanical integrity of commercial scale membrane module structural components at sub-ambient temperatures, and demonstrate the long term operability of the sub-ambient temperature membrane skid. Cryogenic operating temperatures will be achieved through the controlled expansion of the gas across the test system valves.
Hollow Fiber Membrane
|Related Papers and Publications:
- CO2 Capture by Cold Membrane Operation with Actual Coal Fired Power Plant Flue Gas [PDF] (July 2014)
Presented by Trapti Chaubey, Air Liquide, Inc., 2014 NETL CO2 Capture Technology Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA
- CO2 Capture by Sub-Ambient Membrane Operation [PDF] (July 2012)
Presented by Sudhir Kulkarni, American Air Liquide, Inc., 2012 NETL CO2 Capture Technology Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA
- CO2 Capture by Sub-Ambient Membrane Operation [PDF] (Aug 2011)
Presented by Ed Sanders, American Air Liquide, Inc., 2011 NETL CO2 Capture Technology Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA
- CO2 Capture by Sub-Ambient Membrane Operation Fact Sheet [PDF] (Jan 2011)
- CO2 Capture by Sub-Ambient Membrane Operation [PDF] (Sept 2010)
Presented by American Air Liquide, 2010 Annual NETL CO2 Capture Technology R&D Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA
- CO2 Capture Technology Status Sheet
- For further information on this project, contact the NETL Project Manager, Andrew O’Palko.