DeNOx Abatement Modelling over Sonically Prepared Copper USY and ZSM5 Structured Catalysts
AbstractMetallic supports play an important role as structured reactor internals. Due to their specific properties including enhanced heat and mass transport, high mechanical resistivity and elimination of local hot-spots, they are commonly used in gas exhaust abatement from stationary and automotive industries. In this study, the performance of three structured supports with deposited Cu/USY (Ultrastabilised Y—zeolite) for deNOx abatement were modelled. Based on kinetic and flow resistance experimental results, the one-dimensional (1D) model of structured reactor was developed. The performance of the structured reactors was compared by the length of the reactor necessary to achieve an arbitrary 90% NOx conversion. The performed simulations showed that the sonochemically prepared copper USY and ZSM-5 zeolites deposited on metallic supports may be successfully used as catalysts for deNOx process. View Full-Text
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Jodłowski, P.J.; Kuterasiński, Ł.; Jędrzejczyk, R.J.; Chlebda, D.; Gancarczyk, A.; Basąg, S.; Chmielarz, L. DeNOx Abatement Modelling over Sonically Prepared Copper USY and ZSM5 Structured Catalysts. Catalysts 2017, 7, 205.
Jodłowski PJ, Kuterasiński Ł, Jędrzejczyk RJ, Chlebda D, Gancarczyk A, Basąg S, Chmielarz L. DeNOx Abatement Modelling over Sonically Prepared Copper USY and ZSM5 Structured Catalysts. Catalysts. 2017; 7(7):205.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jodłowski, Przemysław J.; Kuterasiński, Łukasz; Jędrzejczyk, Roman J.; Chlebda, Damian; Gancarczyk, Anna; Basąg, Sylwia; Chmielarz, Lucjan. 2017. "DeNOx Abatement Modelling over Sonically Prepared Copper USY and ZSM5 Structured Catalysts." Catalysts 7, no. 7: 205.
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