Catalytic Hydrogen Generation - General III

Thursday, November 11, 2010: 3:15 PM
251 D Room (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Catalysts have an important role in generation of hydrogen from fossil fuels, such as natural gas and coal, as well as biorenewable feedstocks for applications which include methanol/ammonia synthesis, fuel upgrading in refineries, production of Fischer-Tropsch fuels, vehicles (fuel cells and internal combustion engines) and electricity generation. This session addresses fundamentals, challenges and technology advances in catalysis related to all aspects of hydrogen generation including reforming, gasification, water gas shift and clean-up. Papers address theory, kinetics, catalyst preparation, characterization, testing, lifetime evaluation and optimization of operational limits.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Fuels and Petrochemicals Division (16)

James B. Miller

Dady Dadyburjor

3:15 PM

3:36 PM
(683b) Molybdenum- Zeolite Catalysts for Conversion of Light Hydrocarbons to Fuels and Chemicals
Lucia M. Petkovic, Daniel M. Ginosar, Kyle C. Burch and Harry W. Rollins

4:18 PM
(683d) Cluster-Expansion-Based Modeling of the Coverage Dependence of Adsorbate Binding at a Metal Surface
David J. Schmidt, William F. Schneider, Wei Chen and Christopher M. Wolverton

4:39 PM
(683e) H2 Generation On Low Content Pt Supported Over Nano Size Mesoporous TiO2
Wei Shao, Luzheng Zhang, Robert L. Lee and Xiaohua Lu

5:00 PM
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