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Title: Industrial wastewater treatment wastes used as oxygen carriers in energy generation processes
Authors: Ksepko, Ewelina
Klimontko, Joanna
Kwiecińska, Anna
Keywords: Coking wastewater; Electrocoagulation; Chemical looping combustion; Natural oxygen carrier; TG; XRD; SEM
Issue Date: 5-Apr-2019
Citation: Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 5 April 2019
Abstract: The paper contains the results of a study on a promising combustion technology known as chemical looping combustion (CLC). The main advantage of CLC is the production of a highly concentrated CO2 stream without any energy penalty for its separation, together with NOx emissions reduction. The objective of this work was to examine novel oxygen carrier (OC) materials for their practical applications with gaseous fuel/air. We report a simple, economical and environmentally friendly method for the large-scale synthesis of OCs from wastes. The reactivity tests for OCs made from wastewater from a coking plant were performed in a thermogravimetric analyser. For selected temperatures, reduction–oxidation cycles were performed. The effect of temperature on the reaction rates, the effect of waste treatment and the oxygen transport capacity were determined. The waste material demonstrated good thermal stability and maintained its redox behaviour over cycling. ICP-OES and XRD data revealed these materials that contained beneficial amounts of Fe species and silicon oxide, which improved stability. The study showed that these waste materials are excellent examples of raw materials that can enable a decrease in OC production costs with the additional benefit of the practical management of post-wastewater sediments from coke oven wastewater plants.
DOI: 10.1007/s10973-019-08214-8
ISSN: 1388-6150
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