Carbon Dioxide Disposal Presentation Help

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would you please do a six slides of the report regarding the co2 disposal.

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School: UIUC

Attached.

Report Regarding Carbon Dioxide
Disposal
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 There are alternatives to CO2 extraction
 The alternatives are cost effective and

friendly
 One of the Alternative is Direct Air Capture
 It requires significant water and energy
input
 Most of the DAC technologies use Sodium
Hydroxide

INTRODUCTION
 DAC captures CO2 from the air directly.
 DAC technology works at an affordable price

point.
 The technology gives Carbon dioxide that is
pure.
 The CO2 that is obtained is also pure.
 The obtained CO2 is kept underground.
 This is to ensure that the costly emissions
are compensated for.

DIRECT AIR CAPTURE PROCESS
 Direct Air Capture technologies mostly uses sodium





hydroxide
Use of sodium hydroxide is termed as Carbon
Engineering
sodium hydroxide is a highly dangerous and caustic
substance
The major hindrance to the use Carbon Engineering is
cost
Sodium hydroxide is however a caustic and highly
dangerous substance

IMPACTS OF DAC
 The DAC technology affects climate stabilization
 Reduction of emissions means the use of prolonged oil
 This affects countries positively regarding energy

exportation.
 The impacts are similar for many geoengineering
technologies.
 This is however an aspect that is alarming

HINDRANCES TO DAC
 The major hindrance is cost
 The costs of extracting CO2 range from $94 to $232
 However, the cost of the captured CO2 will be high
 CO2 concentration in the air is more dilute
 This is compared to the fuel gas that is in a coal plant.
 Therefore, DAC works to overcome the Sherwood rule
 The Rule states that the separation price balances

linearly with dilution.
 The costs are inclusive of separation prices

Conclusion
 Prices can be reduced through a couple of

ways
 Improvements can be made on longevity
 Recovery of heat can be effective in cost
reduction
 Sherwood rule can be overcome

REFERENCES
 Ishimoto, Y., Sugiyama, M., Kato, E., Moriyama, R.,

Tsuzuki, K., & Kurosawa, A. (20...

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