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Process evaluation of use of High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactors to an ironmaking system based on Active Carbon Recycling Energy System

高温ガス炉を適用した炭素循環製鉄のプロセス評価

林 健太郎*; 笠原 清司; 栗原 孝平*; 中垣 隆雄*; Yan, X.; 稲垣 嘉之; 小川 益郎

Hayashi, Kentaro*; Kasahara, Seiji; Kurihara, Kohei*; Nakagaki, Takao*; Yan, X.; Inagaki, Yoshiyuki; Ogawa, Masuro

炭素循環製鉄(iACRES)のフローモデルによるプロセス評価により、iACRESへの高温ガス炉(HTGR)の適用性を評価した。高温電解で高炉ガス中のCO$$_{2}$$をCOに還元して高炉にリサイクルするSOECシステムと、ISプロセスで製造したH$$_{2}$$による逆シフト反応でCO$$_{2}$$をCOに還元して高炉にリサイクルするRWGSシステムを検討し、通常の高炉製鉄と比較した。逆シフト反応で消費されない分のH$$_{2}$$が高炉で鉄源の還元に使われたことが、RWGSシステムの方が原料炭節約とCO$$_{2}$$排出削減への効果が大きくなった原因であった。どの機器の改良がHTGR熱の効率的利用のために有用化を示すために、HTGR, SOEC, RWGSの熱収支解析を行った。SOECについては、ジュール熱の削減のためにCO$$_{2}$$電解温度の最適化が求められ、RWGSについては高いISプロセス水素製造効率が要求された。HTGR単位熱量当たりCO$$_{2}$$排出削減量の比較から、SOECシステムの方がより効率よくHTGR熱を利用できることが示された。

Reducing coking coal consumption and CO$$_{2}$$ emissions by application of iACRES (ironmaking system based on active carbon recycling energy system) was investigated using process flow modeling to show effectiveness of HTGRs (high temperature gas-cooled reactors) adoption to iACRES. Two systems were evaluated: a SOEC (solid oxide electrolysis cell) system using CO$$_{2}$$ electrolysis and a RWGS (reverse water-gas shift reaction) system using RWGS reaction with H$$_{2}$$ produced by IS (iodine-sulfur) process. Both the effects on saving of the coking coal and reduction of CO$$_{2}$$ emissions were greater in the RWGS system. It was the reason of the result that excess H$$_{2}$$ which was not consumed in the RWGS reaction was used as reducing agent in the BF as well as CO. Heat balance in the HTGR, SOEC and RWGS modules were evaluated to clarify process components to be improved. Optimization of the SOEC temperature was desired to reduce Joule heat input for high efficiency operation of the SOEC system. Higher H$$_{2}$$ production thermal efficiency in the IS process for the RWGS system is effective for more efficient HTGR heat utilization. The SOEC system was able to utilize HTGR heat to reduce CO$$_{2}$$ emissions more efficiently by comparing CO$$_{2}$$ emissions reduction per unit heat of HTGR.

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