Chapter 7 Laboratory carbonation methods: testing and evaluation
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Sustainable Utilization of Carbon Dioxide in Waste Management
This chapter is concerned with the carbonation methods, which are used in laboratory studies for mineral carbonations as well as the experimental methods that are used to calculate the carbon uptakes. In addition, the maximum theoretical uptake, carbonation efficiency, and ratio are discussed. Carbonation reactors such as fluidized bed, spouted bed, high gravity rotating bed, ultrasound, and autoclave are presented and discussed. Also, the calcium looping reactor for both calcination and carbonation is included. For all the reactors, the basic operating principles, as well as the carbonation controlling parameters, are highlighted and evaluated.
Environmental Engineering | Environmental Sciences
Autoclave, Calcium looping reactor, Carbonation controlling parameters, Carbonation efficiency, Fluidizedbed, High gravity rotating bed, Maximum theoretical uptake, Operating principles, Sequestration potential, Sequestration potential. fluidized bed, Spouted bed, Ultrasound
Mohamed, Abdel-Mohsen O.; Gamal, Maisa M. El; Hameedi, Suhaib M.; and Paleologos, Evan K., "Chapter 7 Laboratory carbonation methods: testing and evaluation" (2023). All Works. 5611.
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