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F.E.M. Analysis for Carbon Dioxide Gas Entrapment into Zeolite

Author : Shanmukh Sarode 1 Jaghadeeshwaran R 2 Puneet Sharma 3 Dr. Vijay Mishra 4

Date of Publication :7th August 2016

Abstract: Carbon dioxide is one of the major gases responsible for the greenhouse effect. Extracting CO2 from various exhaust emission sources is becoming an effective way to reduce the greenhouse effect and in turn global warming. Adsorption is one of a potential method through which this can be accomplished. The following computational study quantitatively studies the adsorption of carbon dioxide gas using micro porous zeolite 5A, which is derived from aluminosilicate family of zeolites. The concentration of the gas adsorbed in the bed is plotted along its length after different time intervals. The study also gives a rough estimate of the volume of gas which can be extracted using desorption after particular time intervals. The effective life span of the adsorbent bed is estimated from the extent of adsorption for different time intervals.

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