Originaly published on 11/19/2015 - reformated for online publishing on 01/19/2016. Part 4 released 01/19/2017.
Carbon capture refers to the process of collecting waste carbons and other by-products of fuel power cycle systems. The separation of waste gases can be performed in a variety of ways including chemical seperation, heat, pressure, centrifigual motion, and electrostatic means. The ultimate goal of a waste carbon capture system is to remove any element in an exhaust stack that is deamed toxic or harmful. Automobiles will be designed with this technology both adding efficiency to the engine and removing tailpipes.