Título Scaling-up the Calcium-Looping Process for CO2 Capture and Energy Storage
Autores ORTIZ DOMÍNGUEZ, CARLOS, Valverde Millán, José Manuel , Chacartegui, Ricardo , Perez Maqueda, Luis A. , Gimenez Gavarrel, Pau
Publicación externa No
Medio KONA Powder and Particle Journal
Alcance Article
Naturaleza Científica
Cuartil JCR 2
Cuartil SJR 2
Impacto JCR 3.91900
Impacto SJR 0.47500
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Fecha de publicacion 11/01/2021
ISI 702827000004
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85098602932
DOI 10.14356/kona.2021005
Abstract The Calcium-Looping (CaL) process has emerged in the last years as a promising technology to face two key challenges within the future energy scenario: energy storage in renewable energy-based plants and CO2 capture from fossil fuel combustion. Based on the multicycle calcination-carbonation reaction of CaCO3 for both thermochemical energy storage and post-combustion CO2 capture applications, the operating conditions for each application may involve remarkably different characteristics regarding kinetics, heat transfer and material multicycle activity performance. The novelty and urgency of developing these applications demand an important effort to overcome serious issues, most of them related to gas-solids reactions and material handling. This work reviews the latest results from international research projects including a critical assessment of the technology needed to scale up the process. A set of equipment and methods already proved as well as those requiring further demonstration are discussed. An emphasis is put on critical equipment such as gas-solids reactors for both calcination and carbonation, power block integration, gas and solids conveying systems and auxiliary equipment for both energy storage and CO2 capture CaL applications. © 2021 The Authors.
Palabras clave Auxiliary equipment; Calcination; Calcite; Calcium; Calcium carbonate; Carbon dioxide; Combustion; Fossil fuels; Fuel storage; Heat transfer performance; Heating equipment; Reaction kinetics; Carbonat
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