Text Low-emission fossil fuel technologies

TLF ID M008859

Find out how carbon emissions from power generation can be reduced. This is a PowerPoint presentation that deals with the contribution carbon capture and storage can make towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It explains the carbon cycle and the greenhouse effect. Techniques of carbon capture are described and their advantages and disadvantages outlined. Geosequestration is illustrated, and present as well as potential sites for carbon storage are identified. Most slides have images, flowcharts or maps. Teachers' notes are included.



Educational details

Educational value
  • Includes teachers' notes with detailed background information and some suggestions for student activities.
  • Includes diagrams illustrating the greenhouse effect and the carbon cycle.
  • Discusses pre-combustion capture, post-combustion capture, oxyfuel combustion and the integrated gasification combined cycle.
  • Can be downloaded as a Microsoft PowerPoint file.
Year level

7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 12

Learning area
  • Science

Other details

Contributors
  • Contributor
  • Name: Education Services Australia
  • Organization: Education Services Australia
  • Description: Data manager
  • Address: VIC, AUSTRALIA
  • URL: http://www.esa.edu.au/
  • Copyright Holder
  • Name: Queensland Resources Council
  • Organization: Queensland Resources Council
  • Address: QLD
  • Publisher
  • Name: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Organization: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Description: Publisher
  • Address: VIC
  • URL: http://www.esa.edu.au/
  • Name: Oresome Resources
  • Organization: Oresome Resources
  • Description: Publisher
  • Address: Queensland
  • URL: http://www.oresomeresources.com/
  • Resource metadata contributed by
  • Name: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Organisation: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Address: AUSTRALIA
  • URL: www.esa.edu.au
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  • Generic
Learning Resource Type
  • Text
Rights
  • © Queensland Resources Council (QRC) 2011 (except where otherwise indicated). You may view, copy, distribute, communicate and adapt this material for non-commercial educational purposes only, provided you retain all acknowledgements associated with the material and any derivative works to the material.