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標題: 後燃燒捕獲二氧化碳再利用於藻類培養之研究
Utilization of carbon dioxide from post-combustion capture on the microalgae cultivation
作者: 曾毓翎
Tseng, Yu-Ling
關鍵字: 生物質能
Biomass energy
二氧化碳再利用
固碳率
微藻
全球暖化
Carbon dioxide reuse
Carbon fixation
Microalgae
Global warming
出版社: 環境工程學系所
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摘要: 本研究是以微藻對後煙道氣中之二氧化碳進行固碳培養之研究,模擬煙道氣中CO2吸收條件,探討微藻培養下CO2之吸收率及微藻生產率。針對兩部分進行探討:1. 小球藻最佳生長曲線條件求取,小球藻初步培養以求取最佳生長曲線之條件。2. 以CO2培養之藻類再利用評估,本研究配合實場研究計畫,於煙道氣環境下進行微藻培養,並且求取生長曲線,探討CO2再利用於藻類之評估。將小球藻以管柱型光反應器進行批次式培養,模擬煙道氣環境,以CO2作為碳源,並且針對不同實驗參數,探討微藻之生長情形。 本研究之小球藻於pH值為6有最大藻密度與比生長速率分別為235 mg/L與0.077 d-1;而小球藻之生長於溫度條件於25 oC時,可得最大藻密度與比生長速率分別為1006 mg/L與 0.102 d-1。煙道氣環境中皆偏酸,常見之煙道氣CO2濃度約為14%,而本研究之小球藻可生長於20~30% CO2環境下,30% CO2環境下可得到最大藻密度為1070 mg/L,共可生長約76.3 ± 14 mg/L/day之生長量,單位時間內的最大生長量約為 309 mg/L/day,比生長速率約為0.17 d-1;實場操作期間,總生長量約為66.2 g/L/Day,經由實廠生長曲線對照理論生長係數,可看出生長量皆符合。本研究之藻類於對數生長期時,對於CO2之吸收可達到最高值,其生長量可達到122 g/L/Day,平均CO2利用率為93.9±2.76%。本小球藻反應器固碳率經由計算過後,以第一支管柱之固碳量為188.6噸/m3/年為最高,其小球藻之總固碳率可達到52.9 噸/m3/年。以此推估此小球藻可應用於煙道氣後端環境之培養及CO2再利用。
The purposes of this study. First, to obtain the optimal algae growth curve conditions, which contains the algal species selection and the design of the reactor, in algae species we choose to use a higher amount of oil containing and applies to higher acidity and high CO2 concentration in the flue gas environment to operate, and designed a photobioreactor for the cultivation of algae, and thus began preliminary cultured in order to obtain the best growth curve conditions. Second, to evaluate the CO2 utilization with microalages, including the effect of different CO2 concentration simulated flue gas environment microalgae culture growth curve. Biomass fuel, improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas effect, therefore producing bio-energy has become the attention of the world. The Chlorella sp. have the maximum density and specific growth rate were 235 mg / L and 0.077 d-1 at pH6, and grown in temperature 25 oC, we can get the maximum density and specific growth rate was 1006 mg / L and 0.102 d-1. Flue gas CO2 concentration of about 14%, and Chlorella sp. was cultivated in the 20 to 30% CO2 environment. A maximum algal density of 1070 mg/L, total growth of about 76.3 � 14 mg/L/day, the maximum growth is about 309 mg/L/day, the specific growth rate of about 0.17 d-1; Actual field operation, the algae in the logarithmic growth could reach 122 g/L/Day, and average CO2 utilization was 93.9�2.76%. The Chlorella sp. carbon fixation in the first column was 188.6 t/m3/years, and the total carbon fixation rate reached 52.9 t/m3/years. This Chlorella sp. can be used in order to estimate the flue gas back to the culture environment and recycling CO2.
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