Current Industry Practice in Carbon Capture Corrosion, and the Knowledge Gap it Produces
Our recent paper, “Current Industry Practice in Carbon Capture Corrosion, and the Knowledge Gap it Produces,” examines the current methodologies used to mitigate corrosion risks in supercritical CO₂ streams saturated with impurities.
Abstract: Leveraging their background in industry and working on large carbon capture projects in the UK, Netherlands, Australia, and Canada, the authors examine the methodologies currently used to mitigate corrosion risks in supercritical CO₂ streams saturated with impurities, highlighting areas of conservatism, and produce the next steps necessary to address the knowledge gap.
The authors will also propose work to address this gap, through an early-stage concept for a mesoscale experimental project which seeks to categorise the effect impurities have on supercritical CO₂ transport. The project aims to reduce conservatism and allow greater uptake of carbon capture across industries.
Keywords: Supercritical, Dense, Liquid, CO₂, corrosion, dehydration, impurities, thermodynamics
Paper Reference: McLeod, M., Kurtulan, T., Healey, B., & Gutierrez, I. (2023). Current Industry Practice In Carbon Capture Corrosion, And The Knowledge Gap It Produces. AMPP 2023 Annual Conference + Expo Corrosion in Supercritical Systems, C2023-19539.
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