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ME 498 JHO - Carbon Capture and Storage

Last offered Spring 2022

Official Description

Subject offerings of new and developing areas of knowledge in mechanical engineering intended to augment the existing curriculum. See Class Schedule or departmental course information for topics and prerequisites. Course Information: 0 to 4 undergraduate hours. 0 to 4 graduate hours. May be repeated in the same or separate terms if topics vary to a maximum of 9 hours.

Section Description

Carbon capture and storage is an important technology for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating global warming. This course will cover fundamentals for CO2 separation from syngas and post-combustion flue gas, the most advanced CO2 capture technologies including absorption, adsorption and membranes, CO2 compression and transportation, and CO2 sequestration in deep underground geological formations. The course will have regular lecture sessions, combined with reading and discussion sessions as well as the writing of a short research paper. This course will cover fundamentals for CO2 separation from syngas and post-combustion flue gas, CO2 capture technologies including absorption, adsorption and membranes, CO2 compression and transportation, and CO2 sequestration in deep underground geological formations. The course will have regular lecture sessions, combined with reading and discussion sessions as well as the writing of a 5-7 page research paper.

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Course Description

Carbon capture and storage is an important technology for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating global warming. This course will cover fundamentals for CO2 separation from syngas and post-combustion flue gas, the most advanced CO2 capture technologies including absorption, adsorption and membranes, CO2 compression and transportation, and CO2 sequestration in deep underground geological formations. The course will have regular lecture sessions, combined with reading and discussion sessions as well as the writing of a short research paper. This course will cover fundamentals for CO2 separation from syngas and post-combustion flue gas, CO2 capture technologies including absorption, adsorption and membranes, CO2 compression and transportation, and CO2 sequestration in deep underground geological formations. The course will have regular lecture sessions, combined with reading and discussion sessions as well as the writing of a 5-7 page research paper.

Credit Hours

3 hours

TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Carbon Capture and StorageJHO40912ONL3 -    Jiajun He