Title: Towards Tailored Column Packings for Emission Reduction of Marine Ships
Authors: Schlager, Marcus 
Triebl, Andrea 
Wolf-Zöllner, Verena 
Lehner, Markus 
Keywords: packed column; absorption; desulfurization; emission reduction; seawater
Issue Date: Dec-2020
Book Title: Proceedings of the 16th Minisymposium Verfahrenstechnik and 7th Partikelforum (TU Wien, Sept. 21/22, 2020) 
Abstract: 
With January 1st, 2020 marine ships are subject to stricter sulfur dioxide emission legislation. To reach the emission reduction goals, packed absorption columns are frequently employed for flue-gas treatment on board the ship. However, currently available column packings do not properly match the key demands for this application. The HiPaSEED project aims to provide a new packing specifically tailored towards flue-gas desulfurization on marine ships.
In the wake of preliminary studies, an existing pilot plant for the characterization of column packing hydraulics was made fit for mass-transfer measurements. Hydraulic characterization of the column packing Raschig RSP 250Y was performed and results are in good agreement with literature data. Furthermore, first mass transfer measurements using a CO2-NaOH test system were performed. It is indicated that the number of transfer units  decreases with increasing gas load. In the future, these findings will be used to derive a new geometric structure for a high-performance packing for an application in flue-gas desulfurization on marine ships.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12708/16644
http://dx.doi.org/10.34726/584
DOI: 10.34726/584
Organisation: E166-02-2 - Forschungsgruppe Fluiddynamische Simulation (CFD) 
License: CC BY 4.0 CC BY 4.0
Publication Type: Inproceedings
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