Membrane technology for carbon dioxide (CO2) capture in power plants

A. Basile, A. Gugliuzza and A. Iulianelli,     Institute on Membrane Technology of the Italian National Research Council, ITM-CNR, Italy

P. Morrone,     University of Calabria, Italy


Polymeric membranes are mainly used today for CO2 capture by membrane technology to produce clean fuel from a gas mixture (from coal gasification or steam reforming processes). Furthermore, gas separation using polymeric membranes is commercially available; nevertheless, CO2 capture in large-scale power production by means of polymeric membranes still presents an inadequate performance owing to their lack of high-temperature stability. CO2 capture using membranes is an ongoing ...

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