The idea behind the Bifunctional catalyst/sorbent particle is to take advantage from in situ coupling multiple catalytic reactions (WGS and SRR) with the non-catalytic gas-solid reaction of CO2 uptake by means of calcium oxides carbonation. In general, natural (calcined limestone and dolomite) or purposely prepared (CaO on mayenite) are used as CO2 sorbents, and nickel is adopted as catalyst for reforming reactions.

Sorption Enhanced Reforming to produce H2. Modeling bifunctional catalyst/sorbent particles

ALOISI, ILARIA;JAND, NADER;MICHELI, FRANCESCA;FOSCOLO, Pier Ugo
2014

Abstract

The idea behind the Bifunctional catalyst/sorbent particle is to take advantage from in situ coupling multiple catalytic reactions (WGS and SRR) with the non-catalytic gas-solid reaction of CO2 uptake by means of calcium oxides carbonation. In general, natural (calcined limestone and dolomite) or purposely prepared (CaO on mayenite) are used as CO2 sorbents, and nickel is adopted as catalyst for reforming reactions.
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