||Mangano, E. and Brandani, S. CCS Benchmark Refresh - CO2 separation using a rotary wheel adsorber, ETI, 2015. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000115. Cite this using DataCite
||Mangano, E. and Brandani, S.
||University of Edinburgh
||This report presents the results of an independent assessment (by University of Edinburgh, UoE) of the likely achievable separation performance from a rotary wheel adsorber using carbon monolith adsorbents. UoE selected what it considered the best available grade of carbon, measured adsorption isotherms for N2 and CO2 and modelled the performance of a rotary adsorber for two alternative cycles. The simulation results showed that 90% recovery and 97% purity could be achieved.
||ETI-CC2015: CO2 Capture Technologies Benchmark Refresh
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