E3S Web Conf.
Volume 114, 2019International Conference of Young Scientists “Energy Systems Research 2019”
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Advanced Energy Technologies|
|Published online||04 September 2019|
Integration of liquid transportation fuel production into airless injection gas-steam cycle
1 PJSC “ALMAZ R&P Corp.” LEMZ DIVISION, Dmitrovskoie route 110, Moscow, Russia
2 Russian State University A.N. Kosygin, Sadovnicheskaia str. 33/1, Moscow, Russia
3 Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ijorskaia str. 13/2, Moscow, Russia
4 Bauman Moscow State Technical University, 2nd-Baumanskaia str. 5, Moscow, Russia
5 Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Krasnokazarmennaia str. 14, Moscow, Russia
Mineral fuel combustion negatively impacts on environment. Carbon dioxide (carbonic acid gas) is a danger matter obtained after combustion of such fuel. Deterioration of environment instigates society to invent new effective technologies to minimize anthropogenic emissions. There is an airless injection gas-steam cycle  for production of electricity and heat energy. Specific character of this cycle is a complete carbon capture. It is realized by liquid oxygen cooling. Also this cycle is characterized by high effectiveness of heat and electrical energy co-production and opportunity of liquid carbon dioxide production, which is convenient for transportation and usage. This diagram provides with reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, while it is impossible in other technologies. Disadvantage of such diagram is impossibility of using captured carbon dioxide in other fields. In this paper perspective method of airless injection gas-steam cycle modernization is offered for further liquefied carbon dioxide conversion into synthesis gas. Eventually, synthetic liquid transportation fuel (methanol) is obtained. Methanol refers to alternative type of fuel. It is an energy intensive, easily used and safe energy carrier. Minimal value of carbon dioxide emissions per produced energy unit of such plant essentially solves problem of anthropogenic influence on environment.
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