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Autothermal reforming of methane to syngas for Fischer–Tropsch synthesis with promoted palladium and a fast start-up device

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In this study, a Pd catalyst was prepared with promoters such as CeO2, BaO and SrO in a washcoated form on a metallic monolith for autothermal reforming of methane to syngas for the Fischer–Tropsch synthesis. A reactor was installed with an electric heater in the form of the metallic monolith as a start-up device instead of a burner with which stable and fast start-ups (within 4 min) were achieved. Gas hourly space velocity and O2/CH4 governed methane conversion, while H2O/CH4 controlled H2/CO ratio. A methane conversion of approx. 96%, H2 + CO selectivity of approx. 85%, and H2/CO of approx. 2.6 were obtained under the conditions of gas hourly space velocity (GHSV) at 103 000 h−1, O2/CH4 = 0.7 and H2O/CH4 = 0.35.

Affiliations: 1: Chemical Engineering Department, Yonsei University, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemun-Gu, Seoul 120-749, South Korea; 2: Fossil Energy & Environmental Research Department, Korea Institute of Energy Research, 71-2 Jang-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-343, South Korea


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