Carbon Dioxide Sequestration with Steelmaking Slag: Process Feasibility and Reactor Design
The goal of this research is to develop a functional sequestration process using steelmaking slag for permanent capture of carbon dioxide emitted from steelmaking offgas. A parallel benefit of this process is rapid chemical stabilization of the slag minerals with reduced swelling or leaching potential. This paper summarizes the results of the project including mineralogical features of carbonate formation in steelmaking slag, study of the reaction mechanisms, thermogravimetric analysis of the reaction between solid-state slag and CO2, design and testing of a two-stage lab scale reactor system, METSIM modeling of possible reactor designs, and exploration of the economic feasibility of the process based on operating costs, metals recovery and credit for CO2 sequestration.
K. D. Peaslee et al., "Carbon Dioxide Sequestration with Steelmaking Slag: Process Feasibility and Reactor Design," AISTech Proceedings, Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), May 2008.
Materials Science and Engineering
Peaslee Steel Manufacturing Research Center
American Iron and Steel Institute
United States. Department of Energy
Keywords and Phrases
CO2; Metal Recovery; Metallurgy; Reactor
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