Experimental and numerical modelling of temperature-pressure swing adsorption process for direct CO2 capture from the atmosphere and waste airflows (DAC2.0)

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Funder's project number: 329314

Funds granted by main funder (€)

  • 307 884,00

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Project timetable

Project start date: 01/01/2020

Project end date: 31/12/2023


Goal of the project is development and process design of an adsorbent-coated extended heat transfer surface (henceforth intensified sorbent) for capturing carbon dioxide directly from air. The essential role of direct air capture (DAC) is to be shown in high temporal and geo-spatial detail for a fully sustainable energy system and highly competitive carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technology. Furthermore, the aim of the life cycle assessment analysis (LCA) is to quantify the environmental impacts of the developed process by considering its climate change impacts, abiotic resource depletion impact.

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