Modeling Reactive Transport Phenomena in Gas-Liquid Contact Reactors with Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamcis


The anthropogenic emission of CO2 into the atmosphere is one of the most significant ecological, social and economic challenges, and as a measure, CCUS  (Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration) has received significant research interest recently. CCUS refers to the wide range of technologies and applications that captures CO2 from emission and bridges the gap to meet climate goals, among which absorption using falling film reactors post-combustion is an effectual and key technology due to their ability to retrofit the already existing configuration and its relatively higher Technology Readiness Level (TLR) [1].