Guidelines for techno-economic analysis of adsorption processes

David Danaci, Paul A. Webley, Camille Petit

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Abstract

Techno-economic analyses (TEAs) of CO2 capture technologies have risen in popularity, due to growing interest in meeting CO2 emissions reduction targets. Adsorption processes are one of the technologies proposed for CO2 capture, and although difficult, standardization of TEAs for adsorption should be attempted. The reason is that TEAs are often referred to as input data to other forms of modeling, to guide policy, and to act as summaries for those unfamiliar with adsorption processes. Herein, we discuss the aspects that should be considered when conducting TEAs for CO2 adsorption processes, and we present the implications of choices made at the TEA stage and offer guidance on best practice. our aim is to make TEAs of adsorption processes widely accessible to the adsorption community, and more generally to communities engaged in the evaluation of CCS technologies.

Original languageEnglish
Article number602430
Number of pages11
JournalFrontiers in Chemical Engineering
Volume2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jan 2021

Keywords

  • adsorption
  • CO capture
  • costing
  • process design
  • separation
  • techno-economic analysis

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