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Inventor:
Mimura; Tomio
Address:
Osaka, JP
No. of patents:
22
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8231719 Absorbent liquid, and apparatus and method for removing CO.sub.2 or H.sub.2S from gas with use o July 31, 2012
An absorbent liquid according to the present invention is an absorbent liquid for absorbing CO.sub.2 or H.sub.2S or both from gas, in which the absorbent liquid includes an alkanolamine as a first compound component, and a second component including a nitrogen-containing compound having
8147593 Absorbing solution, method and device for absorbing CO.sub.2 or H.sub.2S or both April 3, 2012
An absorbing solution according to the present invention is an absorbing solution that absorbs CO.sub.2 or H.sub.2S in gas or both of CO.sub.2 and H.sub.2S. The absorbing solution is formed by adding desirably 1 to 20 weight percent of tertiary monoamine to a secondary-amine composite
7918926 CO.sub.2 recovery system and method April 5, 2011
A CO.sub.2 recovery system includes an absorption tower and a regeneration tower. CO.sub.2 rich solution is produced in the absorption tower by absorbing CO.sub.2 from CO.sub.2-containing gas. The CO.sub.2 rich solution is conveyed to the regeneration tower where lean solution is pro
7488463 Carbon dioxide recovery and power generation February 10, 2009
The carbon dioxide recovery system includes a carbon dioxide absorption tower which absorbs and removes carbon dioxide from the combustion exhaust gas of a boiler by an absorption liquid, and a regeneration tower which heats and regenerates the loaded absorption liquid with carbon di
7485274 Apparatus and method for CO.sub.2 recovery February 3, 2009
An apparatus and a method for recovering CO.sub.2 are provided in which an energy efficiency is improved. The apparatus for recovering CO.sub.2 includes a flow path for returning extracted, temperature risen semi-lean solution into a regeneration tower wherein at least a part of the
7316737 Amine recovery apparatus and decarbonation apparatus having same January 8, 2008
An amine recovery apparatus includes a carbon dioxide absorption section and plural water washing sections. The carbon dioxide absorption section brings the exhaust gas into vapor-liquid contact with an absorbing solution containing an amine compound and produces decarbonated exhaust
6784320 Amine recovery method and apparatus and decarbonation apparatus having same August 31, 2004
In a decarbonation process for removing carbon dioxide from a carbon dioxide-containing gas with the use of an amine compound-containing absorbing solution, an amine compound accompanying a decarbonated exhaust gas is efficiently recovered in the following manner: A water washing sec
6689332 Process for removing carbon dioxide from combustion gases February 10, 2004
A process for removing CO.sub.2 from a combustion gas which comprises bringing a combustion gas containing oxygen and CO.sub.2 and a CO.sub.2 absorbent solution into contact at the atmospheric pressure, thereby allowing the CO.sub.2 absorbent solution to absorb CO.sub.2 from the comb
6500397 Method for removing carbon dioxide from combustion exhaust gas December 31, 2002
There are disclosed a method for removing CO.sub.2 from a combustion exhaust gas which comprises the step of bringing the combustion exhaust gas under atmospheric pressure into contact with an aqueous solution of a hindered amine selected from the group consisting of 2-amino-2-methyl
6117404 Apparatus and process for recovering basic amine compounds in a process for removing carbon diox September 12, 2000
The present invention provides a process for recovering a basic amine compound which comprises the steps of (a) supplying a CO.sub.2 -containing gas to a carbon dioxide absorption unit in which an absorbing solution, which contains a basic amine compound, absorbs carbon dioxide; (b)
6051161 Method for the removal of carbon dioxide present in gases and absorbent April 18, 2000
This invention provides a method for the removal of carbon dioxide present in gases which comprises bringing a CO.sub.2 -containing gas into contact with an aqueous solution containing at least one amine compound of the general formula ##STR1## wherein R.sup.1 to R.sup.8 may be t
6036931 Method for removing carbon dioxide from combustion exhaust gas March 14, 2000
There are disclosed a method for removing CO.sub.2 from a combustion exhaust gas which comprises the step of bringing the combustion exhaust gas under atmospheric pressure into contact with an aqueous solution of a hindered amine selected from the group consisting of 2-amino-2-methyl
5904908 Method for the removal of carbon dioxide present in gases May 18, 1999
This invention provides a method for the removal of carbon dioxide present in gases which comprises bringing a CO.sub.2 -containing gas into contact with an aqueous solution containing at least one amine compound of the general formula [1] ##STR1## wherein R.sup.1 to R.sup.8 may
5750083 Method for the removal of hydrogen sulfide present in gases May 12, 1998
This invention relates to methods for the removal of hydrogen sulfide from various gases containing hydrogen sulfide. In order to remove hydrogen sulfide, an aqueous solution containing a di(lower alkyl)amino-(lower alkanol) or triethylenediamine is used. In order to remove hydrogen
5744110 Method for the removal of carbon dioxide from combustion exhaust gas April 28, 1998
This invention provides a method for the removal of CO.sub.2 present in combustion exhaust gas which comprises bringing combustion exhaust gas at atmospheric pressure into contact with a mixed aqueous solution containing 100 parts by weight of an amino acid metal salt (X), 1 to 25 parts
5700437 Method for removing carbon dioxide from combustion exhaust gas December 23, 1997
A method for removing carbon dioxide from a combustion exhaust gas under atmospheric pressure by the use of a mixed solution of a specific amine compound X having an alcoholic hydroxyl group and a primary amino group which is bonded to a tertiary carbon atom having two unsubstituted alky
5648053 Process for removing carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides from combustion gases July 15, 1997
A process for removing both CO.sub.2 and NO.sub.x from combustion gases consists, first, in cooling a combustion gas to 50 to 100.degree. C. and adding ozone to oxidize NO in the combustion gas to NO.sub.2. Then in a CO.sub.2 removal step, the gas is brought into contact with an aqueous
5618506 Process for removing carbon dioxide from gases April 8, 1997
This invention relates to the process for removing CO.sub.2 from CO.sub.2 -containing gas such as combustion gas. For example, it is the process for removing CO.sub.2 from combustion gas through the contact of the gas at the atmospheric pressure with an aqueous solution of an amine repre
5609840 Method for the removal of hydrogen sulfide present in gases March 11, 1997
This invention relates to methods for the removal of hydrogen sulfide from various gases containing hydrogen sulfide. In order to remove hydrogen sulfide, an aqueous solution containing a di(lower alkyl)amino-(lower alkanol) or triethylenediamine is used. In order to remove hydrogen
5603908 Process for removing carbon dioxide from combustion gases February 18, 1997
A process for removing CO.sub.2 from a combustion gas which comprises removing CO.sub.2 from the combustion gas through contact of an aqueous hindered amine solution used as a CO.sub.2 absorbent solution with the combustion gas at atmospheric pressure and then, in a regeneration column,
5603377 Heat pipe and gas-liquid contacting apparatus capable of heat exchange using the heat pipes and February 18, 1997
A heat pipe includes: a pipe barrel; and a large number of fins disposed on the peripheral surface of the pipe barrel at least on either a heat collecting section side or a radiating section side, each of the fins is attached to the pipe barrel on a plane perpendicular to the axis of the
5536454 Apparatus for gas-liquid contact July 16, 1996
An apparatus for gas-liquid contact in which tubular structure fillers having a cross section of any of various shapes and having straight tubular portions are arranged in a substantially vertical direction in the form of plural steps so that the gas-liquid contact surfaces of the fi










 
 
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