Modelling the low temperature shift reaction
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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English

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StatementH.W. Mpande ; supervised by K.C. Waugh.
ContributionsWaugh, K. C., Chemistry.
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Open LibraryOL19176417M

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2. The water gas shift reaction kinetic rate expression The water gas shift reaction (reaction 2) is a heterogeneous reaction (gas/solid). According to (Smith et al., ) in this kind of application, there are two options in the WGSR step. Using a high temperature shift (HTS) catalyst based reactor or a series of HTSFile Size: KB. According to the reaction temperature, the WGSR can be categorized into the high-temperature shift reaction (HTSR) and the low-temperature shift reaction (LTSR). The reaction temperature of the former usually ranges from to °C, whereas the latter is approximately operated at the temperature between and °C [3].Cited by: Multi-physics and multi-phase flow models for a proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) are developed in this book. The models represent different mathematical approaches for model development based on PEMFCs, which fully couple majority of physical and electrochemical processes occurred during PEMFC operation, and the models are developed from simple to Author: Lei Xing, Keith Scott. Kinetic, experimental, modeling, and simulation studies of a catalytic high temperature (− K) water−gas shift reaction (WGSR) were performed in a packed bed tubular reactor (PBTR) at several values of W/FA0 (ratio of the mass of the catalyst to the mass flow rate of CO, g(cat)h/mol of CO) over a new Ni−Cu/CeO2−ZrO2 (UFR-C) catalyst.

Electrode structure plays an important role on performance of the proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell. A two-dimensional, two-phase flow model is presented to simulate the performance of PEM. The reaction temperature on the design of the WGSR, varies according with the type of catalyst used e HTC (high temperature catalysts, FeOeCrO . [24] P. Giunta, N. Amadeo, M. Laborde, Simulation of a low temperature water gas shift reactor using the heterogeneous model/application to a PEM fuel cell, Journal of Power Sources, (2) () DOI: /urAuthor: Idowu Iyabo Olateju, Crowei Gibson-Dick, Steve Chidinma Oluwatomi Egede, Abdulwahab Giwa. Water Gas Shift Reaction: Research Developments and Applications. outlines the importance of hydrogen as a future fuel, along with the various hydrogen production methods.. The book explains the development of catalysts for Water Gas Shift (WGS) reaction at different temperatures and steam/CO ratios, and also discussing the effect of different dopants on the .

Importance of T and P range: Suppose the process occurs at very low temperature ( Pa). Go to the wizard and enter a T range of to K and a P range of to 1e+06 Pa. Notice how the temperature and pressure range affects the selection. CHEMCAD now selects Peng-Robinson (PR) Size: KB. The water gas shift reaction plays an important role in manufacturing hydrogen, ammonia, methanol and other chemicals [1]. There has recently been renewed interest in studying water gas shift catalysts due to their importance in PEM fuel cell application [2, 3]. Since water-gas-shift is an exothermic reaction, low temperature. out the water-gas shift reaction in two distinct stages with two types of catalyst. One is a high-temperature shift catalyst based on iron oxide promoted with chromium oxide, while the other is a low-temperature shift catalyst composed of copper, zinc oxide and alumina [4]. Binary CuO–ZnO and ternary CuO–ZnO–Al 2O3.   High Temperature Shift Chromium (VI) Issues Cr6+ content must be low • Cr6+ can form during manufacture means less Cr2O3 so affects stability • Cr6+ is a Category 1 carcinogen • Cr6+ is water soluble can be washed out of catalyst into condensate system (particularly during start-ups) loss of catalyst strength • upon reduction, Cr6.