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Efficient Carbon Capture for Coal Power Plants

Uniting top academic and industry researchers in the search for commercial concepts for CCS at power plants, this reference focuses on power plant technology and ways to improve efficiency.
It details the three principal ways of capturing the CO2 produced in power plants: oxyfuel combustion, postcombustion and precombustion, with the main part concentrating on the different approaches to removing carbon dioxide. With an eye on safety, the authors explain how the three parts of the CCS chain work -- capture, transport and storage -- and how they can be performed safely.
The result is specific insights for process engineers, chemists, physicists and materials engineers in their relevant fields, as well as a sufficiently broad scope to be able to understand the opportunities and implications of the other disciplines.