3b  Carbon Capture Power

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Carbon Capture Power
(Pairs of 250 megaWatt(e) electricity generators, plus very high temperature steam heat is possible from the two heat recovery steam generators. Custom design them for the temperatures you need.)
Unlikely you'll want to use the steam turbine electricity generator in a Clean Energy Park environment. Just delete it and send the steam to the exhaust heat scavenger.

Good professional - not academic - introduction to the basics of carbon capture:   Carbon Capture Overview (3).pdf 


Flue gas carbon capture equipment in greater detail.



Footnotes & Links

This facility is clearly defined by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, local and national building and electrical codes, and supplemented by constraints from the relevant equipment manufacturers.

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