Ngozi Claribelle Nwogu
Validation of a novel approach for CO2/N2 gas separations by means of a hybrid ceramic membrane.
Nwogu, Ngozi Claribelle; Kajama, Mohammed Nasir; Gobina, Edward
Mohammed Nasir Kajama
Global warming has been documented as one of the world's foremost ecological concerns. Although it is difficult to totally end human related global warming, there is a possibility to alleviate these effects through a wide spectrum of options. One such possibility is the reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide emissions, a major greenhouse gas widely thought to be responsible for global warming. This paper therefore looks at an experimental validation of gas separation by means of a high selective membrane for CO2 recovery applications. Analysis of the results obtained is in good agreement with literature experimental data. Additional results show that CO2 selectivity factor is reasonable for capture of CO2 from N2 as a key constituent in a flue gas stream.
|Journal Article Type||Conference Paper|
|Start Date||Jan 24, 2015|
|Publication Date||May 1, 2015|
|Journal||Advanced materials research|
|Publisher||Trans Tech Publications|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Institution Citation||NWOGU, N.C, KAJAMA, M.N. and GOBINA, E. 2015. Validation of a novel approach for CO2/N2 gas separations by means of a hybrid ceramic membrane. Advanced materials research: metal, ceramic and composite materials; selected papers from the 2015 International conference on metal, ceramic and composite materials (ICMCCM-2015), 24-25 January 2015, Shanghai, China [online], 1102, pages 73-76. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4028...ntific.net/AMR.1102.73.|
|Keywords||Carbon dioxide; Gas separation; Global warming; Inorganic ceramic membrane; Separation factor|
NWOGU 2015 Validation of a novel approach
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