• 0 Coal and gas fired power plants are the main contributors of CO2 emissions. CAPSOL technology offers a competitive solution for the efficient post-combustion CO2 capture. (Public Power Corporation, Agios Dimitrios Power Plant)…
  • 1 CAPSOL incorporates state-of-the-art thermodynamic property prediction and Computer Aided Molecular Design for advanced solvents and blends. (Source : Imperial College - London)…
  • 2 CAPSOL technology utilizes multi-level design and selection of validated solvent-process schemes with optimum economic and controllability features. (Papadopoulos A.I., and P. Seferlis, “A framework for solvent selection based on optimum separation process design and controllability properties”,Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 26, 177-182, 2009.)…
  • 3 CAPSOL aims at optimum design of absorption/desorption equipment and column internals through advanced modelling and experimentation (Kenig, E.Y. (2008), Chem. Eng. Res. Des. 86, Part A, 1059–1072)…
  • 4 CAPSOL aims at sustainable CO2 capture technology through the Environmental Performance Strategy Map (De Benedetto L., Klemeš J., 2009. J. Clean. Prod., 17(10), 900-906)…
  • 5 CAPSOL targets plant level (resources) integration of CO2 emitting and capture plants through total-site and plant-wide optimization analysis (Varbanov, P., Perry, S., Klemeš J.,Smith, R., (2005), Applied Thermal Engineering, 25, 985-1001)…
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Upcoming events

 

 

PSE2015
  • 12th PSE and 25th ESCAPE Joint Event to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark 31 May - 4 June 2015

http://www.pse2015escape25.dk/

Submitted CAPSOL articles for inclusion in the technical program:

An Integrated Framework for Controllability Assessment and Solvent Selection in Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Processes

Theodoros Damartzis, Athanasios I. Papadopoulosa, Panos Seferlis

   
pres2015
  • PRES’15, KUCHING MALAYSIA, 23-27 AUG 2015

http://www.presconference.com/official/

CAPSOL papers submitted for inclusion in the technical program:

Systematic selection of mixtures as post-combustion CO2
capture solvent candidates

Theodoros Zarogiannis, Athanasios Papadopoulos, Panos Seferlis

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