|App. No. Original||IN201711004806|
|Inventor(s)||DR BIKRAMPAL KAUR, ER AMANDEEP SINGH BAINS, SHUBHAM MAHAJAN, SAKSHAM BHAGI|
|Assignee Norm.||CHANDIGARH GROUP OF COLLEGES CGC (LANDRAN KHARAR BANUR HIGHWAY SECTOR 112 LANDRAN SAHIBZADA AJIT SINGH NAGAR PUNJAB 140307 PUNJAB INDIA, IN)|
|Current Assignee||CHANDIGARH GROUP OF COLLEGES CGC (LANDRAN KHARAR BANUR HIGHWAY SECTOR 112 LANDRAN SAHIBZADA AJIT SINGH NAGAR PUNJAB 140307 PUNJAB INDIA, IN)|
|Current Owner||CHANDIGARH GROUP OF COLLEGES CGC|
1. A system for separating or capturing carbon dioxide from exhaust gases stream of vehicles, comprising ; - a muffler 5 for allowing exhaust gases to enter; - a catalytic converter, wherein said convertor converts harmful gases(carbon monoxide; hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxide ) to CO2, H2O and NO2 respectively; - at least two cylinders associated to said catalytic convertor, wherein said cylinders separate carbon dioxide from other gases and at least one cylinder for storing said carbon dioxide under pressure; and - an artificial green house 7 installed at a fuel filling station, wherein said house aloows conversion of said stored carbon dioxide to oxygen.
2. The system as claimed in Claim 1, wherein said exhaust gases after passing through said muffler comes down to a temperature of 500-550 degree Celsius.
3. The system as claimed in Claim 1, wherein said exhaust gases and after passing through the cooling chamber 2 cools down to a temperature of 10-20 degree Celsius.
4. The system as claimed in Claim 1, wherein said system also comprises of a coolant chamber 3 , wherein various coolants are mixed to cool the air; a pressure adjusting valve 4 used to pressurized the air at a high pressure upto 3MPa and fed it into the chamber; a mixing chamber 5 that allows mixing of high pressure gas and water takes place; a Second chamber 7 in which the carbonates are distorted and Co2 is released.
5. The system as claimed in Claim 1, wherein the separated CO2 is stored in a 10 litre cylinder attached at the bottom of the cars with a safety valve.
6. The system as claimed in Claim 1, wherein the electrochemical-catalytic converter comprises a cell module (10), wherein nitrogen oxides are decomposed to form nitrogen through electrochemical promotion, and carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and particulate matter are catalyzed to form carbon dioxide and water by an oxidation catalyst.
7. The method for separating or capturing carbon dioxide from exhaust gases stream of vehicles using catalytic convertor as claimed in Claims 1-5, comprising the steps of : a. allowing exhaust gases (carbon monoxide; hydro carbons and nitrogen oxide) released from vehicular emission to enter said muffler and reduce the noise intensity of said gases; b. converting said gases of step a to CO2, H2O and NO2 respectively using a catalytic convertor resulting in a mixture of gases; c. passing the resultant mixture of step b through at least two cylinders; d. separating carbon dioxide from gases (N2 and H2O) through hydrate separation method; e. storing carbon dioxide retrieved in step d in at least one cylinder; and f. dumping stored carbon dioxide into said artificial green house for converting CO2 to O2.