Object-oriented simulation of an Endex reactor for separation of carbon dioxide from flue emissions
Endex calcium looping is a novel early-stage technology for separating CO2 from flue gases that shows great potential for reducing the high cost of the regeneration step because the calcination temperature is significantly lower. In this work an Endex calcium looping system is modelled as a train of continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) elements mass-coupled in series and thermally coupled in parallel. A novel simulator was developed that incorporates object-oriented design to describe the...[Show more]
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