Characteristics of CO 2 gas permeability and adsorption of coal samples for CO 2 sequestration into Japanese coal seams

Kyuro Sasaki, Takashi Fujii

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Abstract

This chapter describes adsorption capacity of CO2 on coal matrix and gas permeability necessary for a numerical modeling were measured with two sizes of core specimens and four sizes of coal specimens including crushed specimens, respectively. The effects of coal specimen sizes on CO2 gas absorption capacity and permeability are investigated. Coal seams have a significant ability of CO2 adsorption more than CH4 as approximately double based on some experiments reported. By utilizing this property, coal bed methane gas can be replaced with CO2 injected and produced as a clean energy. Furthermore, adsorption behaviors against saturated CO2 water have been measured to simulate CO2 adsorption in a coal seam with high water saturation.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGreenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7
Place of PublicationCanada
PublisherElsevier Ltd
Pages2257-2261
Number of pages5
VolumeII-Part2
ISBN (Print)9780080447049
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2005
EventGreenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7 - Vancouver, Canada
Duration: Sep 5 2004Sep 8 2004

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ConferenceGreenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7
CountryCanada
City Vancouver
Period9/5/049/8/04

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Gas adsorption
Gas permeability
coal seam
carbon sequestration
Coal
permeability
coal
adsorption
Adsorption
gas
Gas absorption
methane
saturation
Water
water
matrix
modeling
energy
Gases
experiment

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Global and Planetary Change
  • Fuel Technology
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Characteristics of CO 2 gas permeability and adsorption of coal samples for CO 2 sequestration into Japanese coal seams . / Sasaki, Kyuro; Fujii, Takashi.

Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7. Vol. II-Part2 Canada : Elsevier Ltd, 2005. p. 2257-2261.

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Sasaki, K & Fujii, T 2005, Characteristics of CO 2 gas permeability and adsorption of coal samples for CO 2 sequestration into Japanese coal seams in Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7. vol. II-Part2, Elsevier Ltd, Canada, pp. 2257-2261, Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7, Vancouver, Canada, 9/5/04. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-008044704-9/50313-X
Sasaki, Kyuro ; Fujii, Takashi. / Characteristics of CO 2 gas permeability and adsorption of coal samples for CO 2 sequestration into Japanese coal seams Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies 7. Vol. II-Part2 Canada : Elsevier Ltd, 2005. pp. 2257-2261
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