A Remotely-Operated Facility for Evaluation of Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Technologies on Industrial Sites

Roger James Watson, Chih-Wei Lin, Bill David Buschle, Jon Gibbins, Mathieu Serge Lucquiaud

Abstract


Abstract—ACTTROM (Advanced Capture Testing in a Transportable Remotely-Operated Minilab) is a transportable test facility for bench-scale evaluation of post-combustion CO2 capture technologies using real industrial flue gases. It is designed to be remote-operable, requiring visits only once per month for maintenance and sample collection. ACTTROM is the first facility of its kind, owned and operated by academia for collaborative research in an industrial environment, and this has resulted in a number of unique developments to facilitate remote operation at an industrial host site. Specifically, it has been necessary to design the unit to automatically correct or mitigate the effects of fault conditions, and to be remotely-monitored via a user interface at 24 hour intervals.


Keywords


CCS, Environmental, Industrial, Remote-operated, Research and Development, Emissions.

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