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標題: Kinetic Developments for Ultrahigh Temperature Water-Gas Shift Reaction Catalyst Using Coal-Derived Syngases
作者: 林志彥
Jhih-Yan Lin
關鍵字: Ultrahigh temperature;water-gas shift reaction (WGSR);syngas;CO conversion;chemical reaction kinetics;超高溫;水氣轉化反應;合成氣;CO轉化率;反應動力
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In this study, catalyst performance of water-gas shift reaction (WGSR) operated in ultrahigh temperature region (750~850°C) was examined experimentally. The bimetallic Pt-Ni supported on Al2O3 spheres was prepared and used as the catalyst for the WGSR. The thermal stability of the bimetallic catalyst was examined first. Using pure CO mixed with steam to carbon ratio (S/C) of 5 as feedstock, good thermal stability of the catalyst was resulted after 72 hours operation. Using the synthetic gas (syngas) with various compositions and S/C ratios as feedstock, the chemical reaction kinetics of WGSR using 2.5wt%Pt-2.5wt%Ni/5wt%CeO2/Al2O3 as catalyst can be established. Based on the experimental data and simple power law, the chemical reaction kinetics can be expressed as,
Reaction temperature = 750°C,
R_co=1.81×?10?^(-9) P_co^0.8932 P_(H_2 O)^1.7329 P_(co_2)^(-0.2561) P_(H_2)^0.1072 (1-1/k_eq (P_(co_2 ) P_(H_2 ))/(P_co P_(H_2 O) ))
Reaction temperature = 800°C,
R_co=1.41×?10?^(-9) P_co^0.7892 P_(H_2 O)^1.8886 P_(co_2)^(-0.2111) P_(H_2)^(-0.0062) (1-1/k_eq (P_(co_2 ) P_(H_2 ))/(P_co P_(H_2 O) ))
Reaction temperature = 850°C,
R_co=4.33×?10?^(-10) P_co^0.9613 P_(H_2 O)^1.9865 P_(co_2)^(-0.2161) P_(H_2)^0.1259 (1-1/k_eq (P_(co_2 ) P_(H_2 ))/(P_co P_(H_2 O) ))

R_co=1.81×?10?^(-9) P_co^0.8932 P_(H_2 O)^1.7329 P_(co_2)^(-0.2561) P_(H_2)^0.1072 (1-1/k_eq (P_(co_2 ) P_(H_2 ))/(P_co P_(H_2 O) ))
R_co=1.41×?10?^(-9) P_co^0.7892 P_(H_2 O)^1.8886 P_(co_2)^(-0.2111) P_(H_2)^(-0.0062) (1-1/k_eq (P_(co_2 ) P_(H_2 ))/(P_co P_(H_2 O) ))
R_co=4.33×?10?^(-10) P_co^0.9613 P_(H_2 O)^1.9865 P_(co_2)^(-0.2161) P_(H_2)^0.1259 (1-1/k_eq (P_(co_2 ) P_(H_2 ))/(P_co P_(H_2 O) ))
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