Various Technologies used in Capturing CO2 and Manufacturing Cost of Microalgae


  • Govind Yadav
  • Prof. Pankaj Badgaiyan



CO2 Capture, Direct Air Capture process, Temperature swing adsorption (TSA), pressure swing adsorption (PSA), and vacuum swing adsorption (VSA).


The main goal of this paper is to investigate a variety of promising techniques for carbon capture from a variety of sources, as well as carbon capture from the atmosphere employing direct air capture (DAC) methods. Afterwards carbon dioxide has been recorded, it is used to grow micro algae. The evaluation is broken down into three sections: direct air capturing with liquid solvent systems, direct air capturing with solid sorbent systems, and microalgae manufacturing costs.


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Author Biography

Govind Yadav

M. Tech Scholar

Department of Energy Technology

Truba Institute of Engineering & Information Technology

 Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India


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How to Cite

Yadav, G. ., & Badgaiyan, P. P. . (2022). Various Technologies used in Capturing CO2 and Manufacturing Cost of Microalgae. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 8(2), 9–16.