A brief summary of ICCU-methanation

“Although DFMs with different adsorptive and catalytic components have been conducted on iCCC-Methane process, the adsorption capacity and methane yield are still relatively low, which remains a certain gap towards the industrial applications. To this end, it is urgent to develop the advanced DFM with high CO2 adsorption capacity and catalytic activity. Moreover, the concentration of O2, SOx, and NOx in flue gas should be limited to low levels in order to avoid catalyst deactivation. The heat and pressure management strategy can also play a critical role in increasing CO2 capacity as well as methane yields. More importantly, the dual-fixed-bed could be employed for achieving the continuous iCCC-Methane process although there is little research in this field yet.”

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