216 Future Automotive Catalysis: Automotive Emissions Control

Monday, November 14, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Franciscan A (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
The three-way automotive catalyst technology has been one of the greatest successes in heterogeneous catalysis over the last 35 years. However, there is a recognized need for big steps in catalyst development paring with advanced combustion technologies that have offered significant improvement in fuel economy and lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Contributions in this session will include expertise in automotive exhaust catalysis, computational catalysis, and catalyst characterization. The outcome will simultaneously advance both the science of a novel class of catalysts and their engineering for timely and critical energy- and environment-related applications.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)

Padmanabha Reddy Ettireddy
Email: PEttireddy@Tenneco.Com

Eleni A. Kyriakidou
Email: kyriakidoue@ornl.gov

Andrea Strzelec
Email: astrzelec@tamu.edu

Di Wang
Email: di.wang@cummins.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on the online proceeding.

3:15 PM

3:30 PM
(216b) Insights into the Deactivation of Cu/SAPO-34 By Low- and High-Temperature Hydrothermal Treatment
Yang Zheng, Aiyong Wang, Eric D. Walter, Feng Gao, James Song, Yilin Wang, Janos Szanyi and Charles H. F. Peden

3:45 PM
(216c) Lean-Rich Switching over a Modified Three-Way Catalyst:  Experiments and Modeling
Mengmeng Li, Sam Malamis, Michael P Harold and William S. Epling

4:45 PM
(216g) Effects of Cu Density in Cu-SSZ-13 Zeolites on Low-Temperature NOx Selective Catalytic Reduction with NH3
Ishant Khurana, Atish A. Parekh, Jonatan Albarracin, Christopher Paolucci, Arthur Shih, John R. Di Iorio, W. Nicholas Delgass, Jeffrey T. Miller, William Schneider, Rajamani Gounder and Fabio H. Ribeiro

5:15 PM
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