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Recurrent water from slag and fly ash disposal ponds as a medium for carbon capture and storage

Jelena Bršadinac ; Faculty of Technology, University of Tuzla
Franc Andrejaš ; Faculty of Technology, University of Tuzla
Zoran Iličković ; Faculty of Technology, University of Tuzla
Vedran Stuhli ; Faculty of Technology, University of Tuzla
Mirnesa Zohorović ; Faculty of Technology, University of Tuzla

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 2.560 Kb

str. 21-24

preuzimanja: 198



Due to the increased use of fossil fuels and industrial production, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases, causing greenhouse effect and, consequently, climate change. Stationary CO2 sources like coal power plants produce the bulk of the world’s CO2 emissions. Electricity and heat plants and other fuel transformation activities account for 40% of total global CO2 emissions. Therefore, great interest in the possibilities of CCS systems to reduce CO2 emission is evident, either through removal or reduction measures. The experimental part of this paper deals with the determination of the potential of alternative media for use in CCS technologies, describing the lab-scale investigation. The role of alternative media in that context has been as-signed to recurrent water from fly ash and slag disposal pond Jezero II of Power Plant Tuzla. When choosing an alternative medium for CCS applications, the following features were considered: that the medium currently has a negative impact on the environment; that the medium is available in sufficient quantities; that the medium has a low price and that its final disposal causes costs. Hence, the ability of the selected media (recurrent water) for CO2 capture has been confirmed and its capacity in that context roughly determined.

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carbon dioxide; CCS technologies; recurrent water; power plant

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