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標題: 以瑞士捲型燃燒器供熱之微型甲醇-水蒸汽產氫重組噐之性能測試
Experimental Study on the Performance of Hydrogen Production from Miniature Methanol-Steam Reformer Integrated with Swiss-Roll Type Combustors
作者: 張哲銘
Chang, Che-Ming
關鍵字: 微型產氫反應器;miniature hydrogen production reactor;甲醇-水蒸汽重組;觸媒反應;瑞士捲型燃燒器;methanol-steam reforming;catalytic reaction;swiss-roll type combustor
出版社: 機械工程學系所
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然而,較高的甲醇轉化率會產生較高的CO濃度。在本研究中,採用CO甲烷化做為CO移除之方式,CO甲烷化之實驗結果顯示:在較低的甲烷化反應溫度下,可以得到較高的CO轉化率與較低的H2消耗率,使用較高的重組器之反應物進料率與較低的燃燒器之反應物進料率,也許有可能將CO濃度降至10-100 ppm (Parts Per Million)以下,然而,在這種條件下,甲醇的轉化率將會是比較低的。而在較高的甲烷化反應溫度下,會同時發生CO甲烷化、CO2甲烷化及逆向水氣轉移反應,導致較低的CO轉化率與較高的H2消耗率。進一步反應器之設計與性能測試將著重於適當的熱管理機制與更精細的觸媒製備方式,以實現高甲醇轉化率、高CO轉化率與低H2消耗率之目的。

  In this study, a plate-type quartz-made miniature hydrogen (H2) production reactor based on methanol-steam reforming reaction was built and tested. The reactor was composed of four units: vaporizer for liquid methanol-water mixture vaporization, reformer for methanol-steam reforming catalyzed by CuO/ZnO/Al2O3 catalyst, methanator for carbon monoxide (CO) removal catalyzed by Ru/Al2O3 catalyst, and Swiss-roll type combustor catalyzed by Pt/Al2O3 catalyst. Methanol was used as the single fuel for both combustion and reforming reactions that simplified the reactor design. The experimental results showed that the reactor can be operated successfully started from room temperature and the reactor performance depended on the feed rates to combustor and reformer. High methanol conversion can be achieved by using low feed rate to the reformer and high feed rate to the combustor.

  However, the high methanol conversion produced high CO concentration and CO methanation was applied for the CO removal in this study. The CO methanation test results indicated that high CO conversion and low H2 consumption can be obtained at low reaction temperature. With high feed rate to the reformer and low feed rate to the combustor, CO concentration can be possibly reduced to the level of below 10-100 ppm. With this case, however, the methanol conversion would be low. The simultaneous CO methanation, CO2 methanation and reversed water gas shift reactions were found when the methanation reaction temperature was high. This resulted in low CO conversion and high H2 consumption. Further reactor design and test with suitable heat management and refinement in catalyst preparation that yielding high methanol conversion, high CO conversion and low H2 consumption are required.
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