The water-steam cycle should be provisioned with a bypass mechanism to enable the capture of heat with a sufficient number of input water heaters. Process integration minimizes the area covered by flowing steam and condensed water, thus enhancing heat and mass transfers (Ding, Chen, Wang, Yang, He, Yang, Lee, Zhang, Huo, 2007).
The overall cooling effect of compressed CO2 and flue gas cooler is improved by the use of the latter two approaches despite the limitations associated with inefficient space. After capture retrofit, the LP section of the steam will experience significant reductions in the flow of steam during the extraction of amine scrubber with specific emphasis on PI principles (Larson, 1978). Two feasible alternatives gibe two feasible solutions. However, the option of emphasizing PI principles will provide a cost-effective and efficient solution. The options include condenser pressure after the capture, a strategy that reduces the flow effect on cooling water, and the next option being condenser pressure with the reduced mass flow.