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Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1. Why CCS in fossil fuel based power plants
1.2. Thesis motivation and objectives
1.3. Structure of the thesis
Chapter 2: CCS technologies
2.1. Brief description of CO2 capture and storage
2.2. Capture
2.2.1 Post-combustion
2.2.2 Pre-combustion
2.2.3 Oxyfuel
2.3. Transport
2.4. Storage
Chapter 3: Fossil fuel based power plants
3.1. Pulverized Coal (PC)
3.1.1. PC without CO2 capture
3.1.1.1. Subcritical operation
3.1.1.2. Supercritical operation
3.1.2. PC with CO2 capture
3.1.2.1. Post combustion
3.1.2.2. Oxyfuel pulverized coal combustion
3.1.3. Effect of coal type on PC plants
3.1.4. Emission control for pulverized coal combustion5
3.1.4.1. Particulate control
3.1.4.2. SOX control
3.1.4.3. NOX control
3.1.4.4. Mercury control
3.1.4.5. Solid waste management
3.2. Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC)
3.2.1. IGCC Process description
3.2.2. IGCC major components6
3.2.3. IGCC without CO2 capture
3.2.4. IGCC with CO2 capture
3.2.5. Effect of coal type on IGCC plants
3.2.6. Emission control for IGCC8
3.2.6.1. Particulate control
3.2.6.2. SOX control
3.2.6.3. NOX control
3.2.6.4. Mercury control
3.2.6.5. Solid waste management
3.3. Natural Gas Combined Cycle (NGCC)
3.3.1. NGCC without CO2 capture
3.3.2. NGCC with CO2 capture
Chapter 4: Engineering analysis
4.1. Modeling the power plants
4.2. Base plant configuration
4.2.1. Pulverized Coal plant without CCS
4.2.2. Pulverized Coal combustion with post combustion CCS
4.2.3. Pulverized Coal combustion with oxyfuel CCS
4.2.4. Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle without CCS
4.2.5. Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle with pre-combustion CCS
4.2.6. Natural Gas Combined Cycle without CCS
4.2.7. Natural Gas Combined Cycle with post combustion CCS
4.3. Results of the base plant configuration
4.3.1. Plant performance
4.3.2. CO2 emissions and captured CO2
4.3.3. Costs
4.3.4. Multi pollutant emissions
4.3.4.1. Multi- pollutant constraint comparison
4.4. Uncertainty study
4.4.1. Monte Carlo Analysis (MCA)
4.4.2. Uncertain parameters
4.5. Results of uncertainty analysis
4.5.1. Capacity factor
4.5.2. Plant size
(Coal: Appalachian medium sulfur)
4.5.3. Turbine inlet temperature
Chapter 5: Energy-economics analysis
5.1. Introduction to REMIND model
5.1.3. The electricity sector in REMIND
in REMIND
5.2.1. Gas power plants parameters
Table 5.1: NGCC and NGCCC Techno-economic parameters in REMIND
5.2.2. Coal power plants parameters
5.3. Case studies
5.3.1. Base case study
5.3.1.1. BAU Scenario experiments and results
5.3.1.2. 450 ppm Policy Scenario experiments and results
5.3.2. Sensitivity study
learning
5.3.2.2. Investment costs of PCC vs. IGCCC
5.3.2.3. Investment costs of PCC vs. PCO
6.2. Recommendations
Bibliography
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
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Thesis Techno-Economic Assessment of Carbon Capture

Thesis Techno-Economic Assessment of Carbon Capture

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