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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium REWAS 2022: Energy Technologies and CO2 Management
Presentation Title Review on Hydrotalcite-derived Material from Waste Metal Dust, a Solid Adsorbent for CO2 Capture: Challenges and Opportunities in South African Coal Fired Thermal Plant
Author(s) Daniel Ogochukwu Okanigbe, Olawale M Popoola, Abimbola PI Popoola
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Daniel Ogochukwu Okanigbe
Abstract Scope CO2 is a major greenhouse gas contributing to global warming; future projections portray CO2 emissions will gradually grow unless there is counter progress in the formation of carbon-neutral technologies. These technologies are however, linked with a number of shortcomings: high cost, high energy requirement and release of hazardous by-products. Hence, the need for cost-effective and energy efficient carbon capture and separation (CCS) technologies. This paper aimed at determining the gap of knowledge in this area of research. This was achieved by conducting a review of publications under the following sub-themes: CCS technologies; CO2 adsorbent potential of hydrotalcite derived material (HDM) from metallurgical dusts, amongst others. It was concluded that a gap of knowledge exist in the area of using metallurgical dusts to prepare HDM for CO2 capture. As recommendation, future research in line with review should focus on study of HDM from metallurgical dusts for CO2 capture from power plants.
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Keywords Energy Conversion and Storage, Recycling and Secondary Recovery, Sustainability


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