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Text Box: Representative technical trade journal articles itemizing the benefits of at-source carbon emissions conversion based upon the German “Chempark” system for creating self-financing employment and training “Opportunity Zones”  may be viewed here.
Text Box: First in the world:
The SaskPower Boundary Dam
carbon capture and storage
coal-fired power plant
Text Box: A practical option for addressing 
the issue of stack gas CO2 conversion:
ThyssenKrupp’s “Carbon2Chem” process

Typical  CCUS  Retrofit  Thermal  Plant Elements

Text Box: NETL 2018 Carbon Capture 
Technology Compendium  (46 MB)
Text Box: This Website provides power plant & CCS/CCUS technical archives available free of charge for downloading as a professional courtesy.   

Click here  for the full archive index. 

Please preface the desired document’s  name with this site’s URL and a forward slash then hit RETURN.
Text Box: All data on this site is available  
through Google Scholar,  SciHub (Asia),
Drexel University’s online postgraduate library
and Monash University’s online postgraduate  library in Australia


An essential facility design parameter standard for securing CCUS power plant insurability:


ISO 27919-1 CO2 capture performance evaluation standard  and ISO TC265 CCS, WG1


Source: The International CCS Knowledge Centre. Reproduced and distributed on an as is basis with the permission of the Knowledge Centre.

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Revision 1:  Taxpayer Versus Private Funding

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Editorial Section

Text Box: RESPONSE TO THE ABOVE:  Everything wrong with the  proposed  new CCS and CCUS policy which can be fixed with a little no-drama elbow grease
Text Box: U.S. Federal Carbon Capture 
and Utilization Blueprint  
Dated May 2019
Courtesy of the Carbon Capture Coalition
Text Box: Proposed New CCS/CCUS Policy
Section F., “Remaining Tasks, 
Second Tasking:”
Here are technical papers on causality, simultaneity and stellar/planetary spherical acoustic and electromagnetic resonance. These pertain directly to atmospheric turbulence mapping and to identifying direct causality chains between specific “GHG” emissions sources and presumed resultant weather events.

This process in 2D  is already routinely used analogously in X-ray & electron microspectrographic procedure to monitor licensed chemical  manufacture.   

Identifying causal links in complex fluid dynamical systems using the analysis of sequences of images dates back to the original Schlieren diagram procedures done in wind tunnels of wing profiles and aircraft stress profiles during the 1920’s.


The answer is that scientists and engineers do not like dealing with causality chains and simultaneity as until Langlands proved in 2018 that there is a direct link between geometry and math, there were not the mathematical tools to deal with either. The other reason is such work needs neural networking hardware to do the math in under one century per relevant calculation.

The following software example is provided courtesy of Ametek Corporation:        CLICK HERE

If you have gearhead buddies who can breadboard memristors, here is the basic hardware tool for doing the neural network calc’s needed courtesy of the helpful scientists of the Russian Federation. CLICK HERE

Power plant stack emission plume

mapping and tracking

Text Box: Long Range Stack Gas Dispersal

ISC3 EPA Stack Plume 
Dispersal Modeling

The U.S. Air Force likewise has empirically-derived modeling tools which indicate where emissions go and do not go. Most of that is available solely on a need-to-know basis, sadly.
Text Box: Here is where  atmospheric “greenhouse effect” can be formally proofed in laboratory environments:  

NASA Glenn Research Center

NTS, a private-sector aerospace test firm

Kirtland Air Force Base

Arnold Air Force Base