CARBON CAPTURE FOR MERCHANT VESSEL #2 OCEAN TECH

Carbon capture for Merchant Vessel.

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Ship Carbon Capture is a technology that captures and stores carbon dioxide (CO2) generated during ship operations.

 

Carbon capture system

1. Low-Temperature Liquid CO2 Capture:

This method involves converting CO2 generated from ships into a liquefied state at low temperature and storing it.

In order to capture CO2 generated within a ship, a system is needed to maintain the temperature and pressure at which carbon dioxide is liquefied.

This liquefied CO2 can be stored in storage tanks or other devices on board the ship and then transported to an appropriate treatment or storage facility.

2.  High-Temperature Carbon Capture:

This method involves converting CO2 generated from ships into other substances by decarbonizing them at high temperatures.

Inside the ship, CO2 is heated to high temperatures, and catalysts are used to convert CO2 into other compounds.

The converted material can be safely stored or utilized.

– CO2 carrier

A CO2 carrier is a vessel designed to capture, safely transport, and store or utilize carbon dioxide (CO2). These vessels are mainly used in projects and research related to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) or Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU).

1. Carrying function:

This vessel is responsible for safely transporting CO2. CO2 can be transported to other areas or facilities, injected into underground storage, or recycled or utilized in industrial processes.

2. Caputured CO2 uses:

(1) CO2 recycling in industrial processes: Reduce emissions through CO2 capture in various industrial fields and use it as raw materials. For example, it converts CO2 into a raw material that can be used to manufacture synthetic fuels (e.g. methanol), chemicals, limestone and cement.

(2) Biological CO2 recycling: Utilizes biological elements such as microorganisms, plants, or algae to recycle CO2. These biological systems contribute to CO2 capture and environmental improvement. For example, algae can absorb CO2 and use it as biofuel or feed for plants and animals.

(3) Optical CO2 conversion: Utilizes solar rays to convert CO2 into other chemicals through chemical reactions. These processes use solar energy to convert CO2 into useful substances, thereby reducing carbon emissions and contributing to the production of new energy and chemicals.

– Safety and regulatory:

CO2 is a substance that requires safety measures, as it liquefies at high pressure and temperature. Therefore, CO2 capture and transport vessels must comply with technologies and regulations for safe transport and storage.

In accordance with international maritime standards and regulations, the design and operation of CO2 capture and transport vessels must follow strict rules and regulations.

– conclusion

CO2 capture and transport vessels play an important role in projects and research related to carbon neutrality and climate change response. also CO2 carrier are part of carbon capture technology, contributing to reducing CO2 emissions and producing sustainable energy and chemicals.