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Removal of multiple contaminants from flue gas streams in a single process step offers the potential to lower the cost of emissions reduction technologies. An example is the CS-Cap process, developed by CSIRO, which removes both the SO2 and CO2 from combustion flue gases. In order to further develop this process, a rate based simulation is required of not only the CO2 capture section, but also the absorption of SO2 into aqueous amine absorbents. ProTreat® simulation software was used todoi:10.3303/cet1869137 doaj:28d4d89e7d6846188b86b70134bae3b6 fatcat:gre6nptjfvaoxfjzxq2eirumm4