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Reforming parowy glicerolu na katalizatorach Ni-Re/α-Al2O3

Autorzy Cichy, M.  Borowiecki, T. 
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Warianty tytułu
EN Glycerol steam reforming over Ni-Re/α -Al2O3catalysts
Języki publikacji PL, EN
Abstrakty
PL W reakcji transestryfikacji otrzymywania tzw. biodiesla powstają duże ilości odpadowej frakcji glicerynowej. Jednym z możliwych sposobów jej zagospodarowania jest konwersja do gazów syntezowych. Zbadano możliwość wykorzystania katalizatorów niklowych modyfikowanych renem w reakcji reformingu parowego glicerolu. Katalizatory te okazały się aktywne i stabilne w procesie reformingu parowego metanu oraz reformingu metanu z dwutlenkiem węgla. Zawartość renu w katalizatorach wynosiła maksymalnie 4% wag., temperatura reakcji mieściła się w zakresie 650–800°C, a stosunek molowy pary do węgla w mieszaninie glicerol-woda wynosił S/C = 3. Dodatek renu wpłynął pozytywnie na właściwości katalizatora, takie jak aktywność w konwersji glicerolu i produkcja wodoru. Najbardziej obiecujące wyniki uzyskano dla układu zawierającego 1% wag. Re. Wykazano, że katalizatory Ni-Re mogą być użyteczne w produkcji gazu syntezowego o wysokim stosunku CO:H2.
EN Large amount of glycerol waste fraction is still produced during biodiesel synthesis through the transesterification reaction. One of possible ways of its utilization seems to be conversion to synthesis gas. A steam reforming of glycerol on the rhenium doped nickel catalysts, supported on the commercial alumina oxide, was evaluated. The catalysts previously show good activity and stability in the methane steam reforming and CO2methane reforming. Rhenium content was changed up to 4 wt.%, temperatures range of the reforming reaction was 650-800°C with S/C = 3. Rhenium addition show significant influence on catalysts properties, such as activity in glycerol conversion and hydrogen production. The most promising results were obtained for Ni/Al2O3catalyst with 1 wt.% rhenium addition. Ni-Re catalyst proved to be useful in syngas generation with high CO: H2ratio.
Słowa kluczowe
PL glicerol   reforming parowy   katalizatory Ni-Re   gaz syntezowy  
EN glycerol   steam reforming   Ni-Re catalysts   syngas  
Wydawca Stowarzyszenie Inżynierów i Techników Przemysłu Chemicznego, ZW CHEMPRESS-SITPChem
Czasopismo Chemik
Rocznik 2016
Tom Vol. 70, nr 5
Strony 261--269
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 49 poz., rys., tab.
Twórcy
autor Cichy, M.
  • Zakład Technologii Chemicznej, Wydział Chemii, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Lublin, marcin.cichy@umcs.pl
autor Borowiecki, T.
  • Zakład Technologii Chemicznej, Wydział Chemii, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Lublin
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