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Title Open cell foams as substrates for the design of structured catalysts, solid oxide fuel cells and supported asymmetric membranes / Oleg Smorygo, Vladislav Sadykov and Ljudmila Bobrova.
Imprint Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publisher's, Inc., [2017]

Series Biochemistry Research Trends.
Biochemistry research trends series.
Subject Membrane reactors.
Solid oxide fuel cells.
Alt Name Smorygo, Oleg,
Sadykov, Vladislav,
Bobrova, Ljudmila,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Contents Preface; References; Porous Permeable Materials as Supports for Structured Catalysts and Supported Membranes; Abstract; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Distinctive Features of Open-Cell Foams as Catalyst Supports; 1.2.1. Typical Relative Density and Pore Size Range; 1.2.2. Hydraulic Permeability of Open-Cell Foams; 1.2.3. Heat and Mass Transfer in Open-Cell Foams; 1.3. New Supporting Concept for SOFCs and Planar MIEC Membranes; Conclusion; References; Plastic Deformation as an; Approach to Design New Open Cell Metal Foam Supports; Abstract; 2.1. Introduction.
2.2. Evolution of Properties of Open-Cell Metal Foams at Plastic Deformation under Compression2.3. Performance Testing of the Compressed Foams in the Simulated Reaction Environment; Conclusion; References; Processing the Composite Foam Supports with the Graded Pore Structure and Composition; Abstract; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Tailoring Properties and Functionalities of the Composite Open Cell Foam Supports by Controlling the Ratio between Metallic and Ceramic Constituents; 3.2.1. Thermal Expansion Coefficient (TEC); 3.2.2. Thermal Conductivity; 3.2.3. Mechanical Strength.
3.2.4. Electrical Conductivity3.3. Preparation and Characterization of the Composite Foam Support with the Graded Pore Structure and Composition; Conclusion; References; Converting Hydrocarbon and Oxygenated Fuels over the Structured Foam Catalysts; Abstract; 4.1. Towards Focus and Motivation; 4.2. Analytic Issues and Operational Problems in Syngas Formation from Hydrocarbon Fuels; and Oxygenates; 4.3. Modelling and Simulation of Methane Partial Oxidation in a Foam Monolith; 4.3.1. Catalytic Reaction Mechanism; 4.3.2. One Dimensional Two-Phase Diffusion Model; The Mass Balance Equations.
The Energy Balance EquationsThe Surface Species Coverages Balance Equations; Boundary Conditions; Initial Conditions; Nomenclature; Greek Letters; Subscripts; 4.3.3. Performance Analysis of Foam Monolith Catalyst; 4.4. Diesel Partial Oxidation Experiments with Foam Monoliths; 4.4.1. Hardware Configuration and Experimental Procedure; 4.4.2. Catalyst Configuration; 4.4.3. Fuel Formulations; 4.4.4. Product Analysis; 4.4.5. Experimental Observations; 4.4.5.1. Effect of the O2/C Ratio; 4.4.5.2. Linear Velocity and Contact Time; 4.4.5.3. Effect of Additives.
4.4.5.4. Comparison of Process Performances for 20 ppiand 40 ppi Monoliths; 4.4.5.5. Reliability and Failure in the Diesel Partial Oxidation Process; 4.5. Performance of Structured Catalysts with Nanocomposite Active Components; 4.5.1. Oxygenate Fuels Reformation of over a Foam Based Structured Catalyst; 4.5.2. Natural Gas Reformation over a Foam Based; Structured Catalyst; Conclusion; References; Open Cell Foam Substrates in Supported Asymmetric Membranes and SOFCs; Abstract; 5.1. Supported Asymmetric Membranes for Hydrogen Generation; 5.1.1. Background Information.
ISBN 9781634859721 ()
1634859723
9781634854283 (hardcover)
1634854284
OCLC # 960905766
Additional Format Print version: Open cell foams as substrates for the design of structured catalysts, solid oxide fuel cells and supported asymmetric membranes Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publisher's, Inc., [2016] 9781634854283 (DLC) 2016035622.


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