460032 Development of Novel Catalysts and Reactor Configurations for Methane Dry Reforming
Unfortunately, DRM is inevitably accompanied by catalysts deactivation due to carbon deposition and metal sintering making necessary the development of highly active and robust heterogeneous catalysts to overcome the deactivation issues. Together with efficient catalysts, the overall performance can be enhanced by using non-conventional reactor configurations. In this work, we have designed new catalysts for methane dry reforming and we have analysed the optimum reaction conditions and conceptual design of reactor configurations aiming to maximise the catalysts’ stability and the syngas production while protecting the catalyst from coke deposition.
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