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The costs of oxy-combustion capture have not been studied to the same depth because of the immaturity of the technology. Although commercial examples of the technology are K201 lecture portion not in existence it is now felt that there has been sufficient advance in knowledge to attempt a cost study of similar accuracy.
The process is applicable to both natural gas and coal fired power plant although the equipment used for the different fuels is quite different. There are many oxycombustion process variants some of which are still in early stages of development.
For example processes are proposed which use dense oxygen conducting membranes or recycle of water rather than CO 2. It would be difficult to generate firm costs for process using such novel elements. The brief given to the contractor was to select a gas fired and a coal fired process which would make use of existing designs and not represent any significant stepout beyond accepted limits.
For the coal fired case this essentially means maintaining sufficient CO 2 recirculation so as not to radically alter velocities and heat fluxes in the radiant and convective parts of a conventional pulverized coal boiler. For the gas fired case, which would be a combined cycle gas turbine with CO 2 recycle, the situation is more difficult since a new gas turbine model would have to be developed.
The brief was to base this machine on existing design limitations and practices so that the changes would be minimized. The commercial costing of this machine remains difficult since the price will be highly dependent on the size of the market.
Approach adopted The contract was awarded to a consortium consisting of Mitsui Babcock, Alstom and Air Products who collectively cover all the specialized equipment required for designing and costing state of the art oxy-combustion power plant.
The team were asked to determine the optimum oxygen supply specifications and to design and cost cryogenic oxygen plant to match the requirement.
The main considerations for the plant are minimizing parasitic power consumption, providing adequate but not excessive continuity of operation, and balancing oxygen and CO 2 purification costs.
The contractors were asked to review the options and select the most proven technology for a coal fired and a gas fired plant. The main brief for Mitsui Babcock was to select a process which would allow use of conventional coal milling and boiler components and not move into an operating regime outside currently accepted practices.
The main brief for Alstom was to evaluate a combined cycle gas turbine power plant which made maximum use of existing proven design principles and fully respected proven design parameters for gas turbine design.
The brief for Air Products was to specify and cost fit for purpose oxygen plants for the two power plants with appropriate consideration given to the trade offs between oxygen purity, cost, and parasitic power consumption and clean up processing for the captured CO 2.
The amount of CO 2 recycled in such a process has a considerable effect on conditions in the plant. Most important are the effect on flame temperature and radiation intensity on the radiant section and the mass flow and hence convective heat transfer in the convection section.
The further the recycle is reduced the more the design deviates from conventional practice. More heat has to be absorbed in the radiant section as flame temperature increases and the convection section would have to have a slimmer longer flow path to maintain suitable velocities.
There is considerable scope for reducing the recirculation further but this would require development and testing of radically altered boiler designs. The comparison was to be made on the basis of a net output of MW and this is achieved in a single train facility Gas fired process A process in which captured CO 2 is recycled was chosen.
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