Análisis Técnico-económico de [Bmim][BF4] para la captura de CO2 de post-combustión de la planta termoeléctrica de “Termocentro”

Palabras clave: Dióxido de carbono, Líquido iónico, Etanolamina, Simulación, Aspen Plus

Resumen

En el presente trabajo, las simulaciones de estado estacionario del ciclo combinado de gas natural (NGCC) y los procesos de captura de CO2 poscombustión (PCC) se han modelado en el entorno Aspen Plus®. El modelo del plan de captura fue validado con datos de la central colombiana "Termocentro" a 300MWe. Se ha realizado un estudio de evaluación tecno-económico tanto para un ciclo combinado (gas y vapor) como para el proceso PCC. El proceso de PCC se basó en el disolvente 30% (p / p) MEA-H2O y en el disolvente H2O-30% (p / p) -MEA-5% (p / p)) - [Bmim] [Bf4]. Se llevó a cabo un análisis de sensibilidad, dando como resultado una concentración óptima del 5% (p / p) para el disolvente líquido iónico de tetrafluoroborato de 1-butil-3-metilimidazolio ([Bmim] [BF4]). El estudio indica cómo con condiciones de operación eficientes de regeneración de solventes, [Bmim] [Bf4] puede usarse para planes de captura de CO2 en el futuro.

Biografía del autor/a

Walter David Sánchez-Peinado, Universidad de Pamplona

Ingeniero Química, Universidad de Pamplona

Docente, Universidad de Pamplona

Edwin Gustavo Fuentes-Ordoñez, Universidad de Cartagena

Ingeniero Químico, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Maestría/Magister Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
Ingeniería de Procesos Químicos y Desarrollo Sostenible

Doctorado Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
Ingeniería de Procesos Químicos y Desarrollo Sostenible

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Cómo citar
Amado-González, E., Sánchez-Peinado, W. D., & Fuentes-Ordoñez, E. G. (2020). Análisis Técnico-económico de [Bmim][BF4] para la captura de CO2 de post-combustión de la planta termoeléctrica de “Termocentro” . Respuestas, 25(3). https://doi.org/10.22463/0122820X.2707

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2020-09-01
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