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Title: Influence of catalytic mass content in catalytic combustion of isopropyl alcohol using aerosol nanocatalysis technology
Authors: Philips, T. C.
Kudryavtsev, S. A.
Glikina, I. M.
Korol, D.
Affiliation: Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Influence of catalytic mass content in catalytic combustion of isopropyl alcohol using aerosol nanocatalysis technology / T. C. Philips, S. A. Kudryavtsev, I. M. Glikina, D. Korol // Econtechmod. — Lviv : University of Engineering and Economics in Rzeszow, 2019. — Vol 8. — No 3. — P. 3–9.
Bibliographic description (International): Influence of catalytic mass content in catalytic combustion of isopropyl alcohol using aerosol nanocatalysis technology / T. C. Philips, S. A. Kudryavtsev, I. M. Glikina, D. Korol // Econtechmod. — Lviv : University of Engineering and Economics in Rzeszow, 2019. — Vol 8. — No 3. — P. 3–9.
Is part of: Econtechmod, 3 (8), 2019
Econtechmod, 3 (8), 2019
Journal/Collection: Econtechmod
Issue: 3
Volume: 8
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2019
Publisher: University of Engineering and Economics in Rzeszow
Place of the edition/event: Львів
Lviv
Keywords: MCA
combustion
in-situ
vibrating fluidized bed reactor
inert material
Number of pages: 7
Page range: 3-9
Start page: 3
End page: 9
Abstract: This paper studies the effect of catalytic combustion of isopropyl alcohol according to the principles of aerosol nanocatalysis technology on a vibrating fluidized bed reactor. using a metal oxide catalyst in the form of Fe2O3 Catalytic reactions under this technology eliminate the need for catalytic supports, while implementing in situ a continuous mechanical and chemical activation (MCA) of the catalyst surface by the mobile inert material. The effect of catalytic mass concentration in the reactor was analyzed to ascertain the best mass content of catalyst needed to achieve complete high % volume content of CO2 in the combustion gases product. This study revealed that under this technology, complete combustion can be achieved at a catalytic mass content of 0.0002 grams and 0.0004 grams, as results of the experiment showed that there needs to be a full saturation of the inert material with the catalytic component, for the combustion reaction to be favorable towards CO2 generation. This experiment was conducted by varying the amount of catalytic content being introduced into the reactor, by altering the mass of the catalyst from 0.0001 grams – 0.0005 grams, while using a temperature of 400 oC and MCA frequency of 3 Hz, the MCA frequency of 3Hz provides the reactant the opportunity to fully interact with the pores of the catalytic surface under mild reactor bed vibrations while under the impact of atmospheric pressure.
URI: http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/49584
Copyright owner: © Copyright by Lviv Polytechnic National University
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URL for reference material: https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/5e/ea/63/c8ded378c28694/RU2626043C1.pdf
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References (International): 1. Dziubinski M., Czarnigowski J. 2011. Modeling and verification failures of a combustion engine injection system. TEKA. Commission of Motorization and Power Industry in Agriculture, OL PAN. 11, pp. 38–52.
2. Kociszewski A. 2011. Modeling of the thermal cycle of SI-engine fueled by liquid and gaseous fuel fuelled by liquid and gaseous fuel. TEKA. Commission of Motorization and Power Industry in Agriculture, OL PAN 11, pp. 109–117.
3. Kozak M. 2011. An application of butanol as a diesel fuel component and its influence on exhaust emissions. TEKA. Commission of Motorization and Power Industry in Agriculture, OL PAN 11, pp. 126–133.
4. Baranov V. 2012. The methanol conversion automobile reactor laboratory test results. TEKA. Commission of Motorization and Energetics in Agriculture, 3(12), pp. 3–7.
5. Eriksson S. 2006. Development of catalyst for natural gas fired gas turbine combustors:KTH Chemical Engineering and Technology,Thesis Dissertation for obtaining the sciences of degree candidate technological sciences: pp. 1–44.
6. Vereschagin S. N., Solovev L. A., Rabchecski E. V., Dudnikov V. A., Ovchinnikov S. G., Anshits A. G. 2015. New method for regulating the activity of AB03 Perovslate catalytsts.Kinetics and Catalysis, 56: pp. 640–645.
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8. Alahmad K. Almou. 2016. Developing computer integrated control system for reactor of nanocatalytic petroleum products refining. TEKA. Commission of Motorization and Power Industry in Agriculture, 2(16): pp. 61–64.
9. Glikina I., Novitskiy V., Tiupalo N. and Glikin M. 2003. Research of aerosol nanocatalysis in vibro liquefied layer. Chemical industry of Ukraine. No. 3, pp. 24–29. (in Ukrainian)
10. Porkuian O., Prokaza O. and Alahmad Almou K. 2014. Modelling of diffusion processes in cracking reactor with aerosol nanocatalysis. Scientific journal of Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University. No. 9 (216), pp. 132–136. (In Ukrainian).
11. Alahmad Almou K. 2015. Modeling of catalytic cracking process with aerosol nanocatalysis. Materials of XVIII International Scientific Conference "Technology 2015". Severodonetsk, 17–18 April 2015. P. II, pp. 36–37. (In Ukrainian).
12. Kudryavtsev S. A. 2004. Fundamentals of technology of gasoline fraction and ethylene using aerosol nanocatalysis.Thesis dissertation for obtaining the sciences of degree candidate technological sciences
13. McCarthy J. G., Chang Y. F., Wong V. L., Johansson E. M. 1997. Kinetics of high temperature methane combustion by metal oxide catalysts,symposium catalytic combustion,San Francisco,Am.Chem Soc,Div Petrol Chem, 42 pp. 158–165.
14. Vayenas, C. G, S. Bebelis et al. 2001. Electrochemical Activation of Catalysis-promotion, Electrochemical promotion and metal-support interactions Springer-Verlag. pp. 1–25.
15. Jia, C. G., Jing F.-Y. et al. 1994. Liquid-phase oxidation of alcohols by dioxygen using oxidesupported platinum catalysts. Journal of molecular catalysis 91(1), pp. 139–147.
16. Enache, D. I, Edwards J. K. et al. 2006. Solvent free oxidation of primary alcohols to aldehydes using Au-Pd/TiO2 catalysts 10.1126/Sciences 1120560.Science 311(5759), pp. 362–365.
17. GOST 8.010 Methods for performing measurements.
18. Kisieliov A., Yashin Ya. 1969. Gas-adsorption chromatography, Moscow, Mir.
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