Preparation, Characterization and Performance Evaluation of Metallic Foam Catalyst for Steam-CO2 Reforming of Methane
- Preparation, Characterization and Performance Evaluation of Metallic Foam Catalyst for Steam-CO2 Reforming of Methane
- 박대일; 문동주; 김태규
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- 10th Natural Gas Conversion Symposium
- A catalyst supported on the Ni foam was developed to improve the mass and heat transfer through the SCR reactor for GTL-FPSO applications. The metallic foam catalyst was composed of Ni active sites, a γ-Al2O3 supporting layer, and a Ni foam substrate. The Ni/γ-Al2O3/Ni foam catalyst was characterized and evaluated under a range of conditions, such as temperature The thermal dispersion of the metallic foam catalyst during the reaction was better than that of the pellet catalyst because the metallic foam catalyst had a uniform temperature distribution throughout the SCR reactor. The CH4 and CO2 conversions increased with increasing temperature.
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