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Carbon Sequestration Technology using for Removal of Carbon Dioxide via Fly Ash | Original Article

Indrajit N. Yadav*, in Journal of Advances in Science and Technology | Science & Technology


The use of fly ash in the concrete industry continues to grow. Over 15 million metric tons of fly ash was added to Portland cement concrete. Its use is beneficial for a number of reasons. Since it is a byproduct material, using it as a concrete ingredient provides economic advantages and frees up landfill space. In addition, fly ash promotes concrete workability, especially useful for pumped concrete mixtures. Fly ash reduces concretes permeability and increases its resistance to sulfate attack and alkali-silica reaction. Various CO2 scrubbing process removes CO2 from the air. As carbon sequestration describes long term storage of CO2 in the form of either mitigate or defer global warming. CO2 is naturally captured from the atmosphere through biological, chemical or physical processes while some use entirely artificial process. This research paper mainly focus on traditional cement manufacture releases large amount of CO2 a technique in which fly ash generated by sugar factory could be used as sorbents for CO2 mineral sequestration. The amount of CO2captures average 60-65 of the carbonaceous CO2 10-11 of the total CO2 emission which is removal from using chemical scrubber.