286499 Hydrogen Production by Reforming of Natural Gas Over Ni Based Perovskite Type Catalysts

Wednesday, October 31, 2012: 4:15 PM
305 (Convention Center )
Dong-Ju Moon1, Eun-hyeok Yang2, Su Hyun Cho3, Seung-hoon Kim4, Yun Ju Lee5, Kannapu Hari Prasad Reddy6, Sang Woo Kim6 and Byoung Sung Ahn7, (1)Clean energy research center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, South Korea, (2)Clean energy research center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, seoul, South Korea, (3)KIST(Korea Institute of Science and Technology), Seoul, South Korea, (4)Clean Energy Research Center, KIST(Korea Institute of Science and Technology), Seoul, South Korea, (5)Clean energy ressearch center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, seoul, South Korea, (6)Korea Institute of Science and Technology, seoul, South Korea, (7)Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, South Korea

Hydrogen Production by reforming of natural gas over Ni based perovskite type catalysts

Dong Ju Moona,b*, Eun-Hyeok Yanga,b, Su Hyun Cho a,c, Seung Hoon Kima,c, Yun Ju Leea, Kannapu Hari Prasad Reddya, Sang Woo Kima,b and Byong Sung Ahna

aClean Energy Research Center, KIST, Seoul , South Korea

bClean Energy & Chemical Engineering, UST, Daejeon, South Korea

cDepartment of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

Corresponding Author’s Email : djmoon@kist.re.kr

Steam CO2 reforming of methane over Ni-based perovskite type catalyst was investigated to produce hydrogen-rich gas for applications in hydrogen station and fuel cell process. Ni-based perovskites were prepared by the Pechini method and calcined in air. The catalysts before and after the reaction were characterized by N2physisoprtion, CO chemisoprtion, XRD, TPR, SEM and TEM techniques. To obtain hydrogen-rich gas, simulations for SCR and SR were carried out by commercial simulation program, and catalytic performance was evaluated in a fixed bed reactor system using feed ratio estimated by simulation. The results suggest that the hydrogen-rich syngas produced by SCR and SR of methane can be applied to SOFC and MCFC systems.

 

Keywords : SCR, Perovskite, Strontium


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