A comparison of the process integration of shockwave CO2 compression with conventional turbo machinery into PCC power station design

Trent Harkin, Andrew Hoadley, Barry Hooper

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Abstract

This paper discusses the energy penalty of solvent based post combustion capture for three different power stations and includes a comparison of shockwave CO2 compression versus conventional turbo machinery on the energy penalty associated with carbon capture and storage. This study uses pinch analysis to determine targets for the energy penalty of three different power stations that include a brown coal power plant with no reheat stage, a more efficient brown coal power station and a black coal power station. Heat integration can be used to reduce the energy penalty of all power stations combined with CCS. It is also found that when heat integration is considered, the heat that can be recovered in shockwave compressor inter/after-coolers reduces the amount of steam that needs to be extracted from the steam turbine. Hence, the net power output from the power station will be higher when shockwave compressors are used for CO2 compression compared to conventional turbo-machinery.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication10th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies
Subtitle of host publication19-23 September, 2010, Amsterdam, Netherlands
EditorsJohn Gale, Chris Hendriks, Wim Turkenberg
PublisherElsevier
Pages1339-1346
Number of pages8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventInternational Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) 2010 - RAI, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 19 Sep 201023 Sep 2010

Publication series

NameEnergy Procedia
PublisherElsevier BV
Volume4
ISSN (Electronic)1876-6102

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) 2010
Abbreviated titleGHGT 2010
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period19/09/1023/09/10

Keywords

  • CCS
  • Compression
  • Heat integration
  • Post combustion

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